The path of a degenerative disease leading to gradual loss of vision is very difficult.
There are no proven, one-size-fits-all tools to help cope with this deeply individual, lonely and unique situation. Read
Loss of sight is a grief for those who experience it. We must then be able to escape from the gloomy clutches of depression. Read
Yesterday I decided to try not to read news, articles, numbers.
It is difficult because the situation evolves rapidly and differently depending on the city, region, country in which you are located. Read
Facts about Low Vision
Most surveys and studies indicate that the majority of people in the United States with vision loss are adults who are not totally blind; instead, they have what is referred to as low vision. Read
Translated from Italian by Elisabetta Vianello.
Here is another one story. They all look the same and are all different. Read
How many times have we found ourselves mistaken for impostors or feeling unrecognized in our potential or difficulties? It happens to everyone, but if you are visually impaired, it could happen more often. Read
These days, on many websites, there are articles like this one taken from Indipendent.
“‘High likelihood of human civilization coming to end’ by 2050, report finds”
We refer you to the article itself to read the details of the apocalyptic scenario that lies ahead for all of humanity if something is not done within a decade. Read
On the morning of Thursday 2nd May 2019 the Primary School Elena Lucrezia Cornaro Piscopia in Volparo (province of Padua, Italy) was dyed yellow. Read
Following the success (hundreds of visits in a few days) of the post Ten tips to guiding a person with sight loss the community of the visually impaired asked to draw up a list of specific advice on how to help a person who may have restricted field of vision, reduced night vision and reduced visual acuity. Read