A new e-learning course to develop knowledge, skills and confidence when assisting people with a visual impairment has been launched by award-winning social businessman and Nystagmus Network trustee, Dan Williams of Visualise Training and Consultancy. ‘Visual Impairment Awareness for All’ is ideal for anyone who regularly interacts with people living with visual impairment as it … Continue reading New e-learning course enhances skills when assisting people with sight loss
A man from Cardiff is taking Uber to court over claims they refused to pick him up with his guide dog on more than 100 occasions. Cardiff-based entrepreneur, Dan Williams is bringing a case against the company after he claims they regularly refuse to pick him up with his dog, Zodiac. Dan, who is registered blind … Continue reading ‘Rip Off Britain’ air Dan’s story of Uber refusals
Dan Williams takes a look back over the past 6 years and how his business has evolved. I can’t believe it’s been 6 years since I founded Visualise and as with all new ventures, it’s been a rollercoaster but my positivity and love for what I do has kept me moving forward. When I was … Continue reading Happy Anniversary, Visualise!
The Nystagmus Network has appointed Daniel Williams, sight loss campaigner and founder of Visualise Training and Consultancy, to its committee of Trustees. Chair of the charity’s trustees, Tim Cuddeford said: “We are delighted to welcome Daniel to the committee as he brings a comprehensive overview of the sight loss and optical sectors and first-hand knowledge … Continue reading Daniel joins the Nystagmus Network
GUEST POST: Founder of Visualise Training and Consultancy and Seeing Beyond the Eyes CET roadshow lead, Daniel Williams has retinitis pigmentosa. In this article, he asks if it is time for a change when it comes to Certification of Vision Impairment (CVI). Whilst recognition that you have low vision is an advantage, when it becomes … Continue reading Is it time to review partially sighted or blind certification?
The Nystagmus Network is delighted to share news of the success of Visualise Training’s Seeing Beyond the Eyes Project. Visualise Training’s, Founder, Daniel Williams, was our keynote speaker at Open Day 2019. Vision UK, the umbrella organisation which leads collaboration with partners across the eye health and sight loss sector recognised the ground-breaking work being … Continue reading Seeing Beyond the Eyes project wins Vision UK John Thompson Award for Excellence in Services, Support and Care 2019
A guest post from our Open Day 2019 keynote speaker, Daniel Williams, founder of Visualise Training and Consultancy: Losing eyesight is both challenging and difficult, scary and disconcerting. Having to change the way you do things, adapting to new challenges and learn new skills can be exhausting. Perhaps one of the most difficult aspects of … Continue reading “I’m struggling to see at work”
In a recent article published by Vision UK, Founder of Visualise Training and Consultancy, Daniel Williams, discusses the importance of referring patients from the hospital eye clinic or High Street optician’s on to local or national services offering condition specific support and information. It’s time for your regular appointment at your local high street optician. … Continue reading Referrals change lives
Man on a Mission with Low Vision, visually impaired entrepreneur Daniel Williams is working to raise awareness of the value to business of meeting the needs of visually impaired customers and employees. Founder of Visualise Training, Daniel is working hard to convince the business world one company at a time. Members of the Nystagmus Network … Continue reading Daniel’s a man on a mission
Daniel Williams is our keynote speaker at Open Day 2019. Daniel is the founder of Visualise Training and Consultancy, a company which delivers sight loss awareness to employers. Daniel, who is gradually losing his own sight due to Retinitis Pigmentosa, says: “I am passionate about disability rights and making mainstream services accessible to all, enabling … Continue reading Introducing Daniel