Chloe says: it’s OK to have a bad day


The pressure to be positive as a disabled person In her latest post, award-winning blogger, Chloe shares her thoughts on the strain of staying positive and being an ‘inspiration’. The pressure to act a certain way is unfortunately more common than we care to admit. This might be pressure from social media, society or the … Continue reading Chloe says: it’s OK to have a bad day

SIGHT LOSS: MY UNSPOKEN REALITY


GUEST POST by Elin I’ve always had an honest approach when it comes to writing about sight loss. If you scour through my blog’s archives, you’ll find posts on anxiety, loneliness, bullying and the misconceptions, just to name a few. I think that the fact I’ve offered a window view into these strands of my … Continue reading SIGHT LOSS: MY UNSPOKEN REALITY

Visual impairment and mental health


Children aged between 8 and 11 years old who live with a visual impairment are three times more likely to develop a mental health problem than children with no visual impairment, according to new research. The Nystagmus Network has been aware of this for a long time and always highlights the social and emotional aspects … Continue reading Visual impairment and mental health