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A matter of White Canes

Created by the Americans, White Cane Day is now firmly embedded in the UK Disability Awareness calendar. Celebrated annually on October 15th, its aim is to increase public awareness, acknowledge and celebrate the abilities and achievements of people who are blind or visually impaired. I have a vision Far too often there’s still the misconception...
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I can be sexy too! Just like you! – October Blog

A recent set of portraits doing the rounds of social media did a bang-up job of causing a storm in a virtual teacup. One was of a twenty-something woman in a yellow bikini. There was one of a drop dead gorgeous young guy with an elegant sartorial style…in a crisp city smart suit and tie....
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Guest Blogger – My Experience as a Blind Customer

My name is Callum Russell. I am blind since birth and make use of a long cane. I suffer from a condition called Lebers Congenital Amaurosis, which means that I have no light or colour perception. In other words, I don’t see anything. However, I have never allowed my disability to hold me back. I...
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Looking after your eyes: top 10 tips

It’s National Eye Health Week from the 19 to 25 September, a campaign to promote looking after your eyes. More than half of all sight loss is due to preventable or treatable causes, so here are some tips on looking after your eyes. Top 10 tips for looking after your eyes Eye Health Week has...
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Cardiff Business Club Award

I have decided to write this blog to express my gratitude to Cardiff Business Club and the Prince’s Trust for awarding me with a special bursary to develop my business. I have now been running my company for two years and The Prince’s Trust has been a great supporter from the beginning. I am amazed...
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Visual Impairment Awareness Day

  In partnership with The Royal National College for the Blind (RNC), Visualise Training and Consultancy are holding a Visual Impairment Awareness day to build confidence and empower you to support your customers with visual impairments. You will tour the college and experience how the UK’s leading specialist college for people with  visual impairments, empowers...
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Visualise join forces with The RNC

Good news from us today. Visualise and The Royal National College for the Blind are now joining forces. Visualise will now be delivering visual awareness training on behalf of the RNC.  The Royal National College for the Blind are a specialist college providing a range of courses to blind and partially sighted people up and down the country....
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Dining In The Dark 2015 Press Release

Miller and Carter Steakhouse in Bath teamed up with young local entrepreneur, Daniel Williams, to host a sensational ‘Dining in the Dark’ experience, where all diners were blindfolded for the duration of the event so they could understand the challenges of having a visual impairment. Daniel, who is visually impaired himself, also aimed to dispel...
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Dining In The Dark 2015

We are proud to announce that Visualise are putting on our second Dining In The Dark Event on the 8th of April to raise funds to support the Prince’s Trust. We are also celebrating the 1 year Anniversary of the company so we are very excited to ensure this evening is something special. We have very...
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BBC Saints and Scroungers

Director of Visualise Training and Consultancy, Daniel Williams features on BBC Saints and Scroungers. Daniel talks about his sight loss journey and the motivation behind him setting up his own business. Watch now
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