I haven't worn a watch for years because I can't see a regular watch and a talking watch doesn't appeal to me. I like the idea of a watch, I think they can complete an outfit and as punctuality doesn't run on my family, I need all the help I can get. My husband recently... Continue Reading →
10 newborn baby tips for visually impaired Mums
Having a baby is the most wonderful thing, but it turns your world upside down and there's so much to learn that quite frankly, it's mind boggling. If you have a visual impairment, the usual advice that's doled out at every turn, by every grandmother, aunt, friend, neighbour, woman behind you in the queue at... Continue Reading →
My favourite app for visually impaired people
There are a number great apps out there designed specifically to help visually impaired people, but let me tell you why Seeing AI is my absolute favourite.