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Acceptance and Understanding

We need to break the ice and make change when it comes to our vision loss.

Some people may experience a little fear of the unknown, making them uncomfortable. This can stop them from engaging with us.

Social inclusion

This is where you, the sighted folk, can help.

Vision loss can be very socially isolating, and this needs to change.

Simple gestures can make such a difference.

If you know someone with vision loss, a neighbour, a parent at school, a co-worker, a classmate, a friend of a friend, or even a person you don't really know, but may see them often.

If you could introduce yourself and try to include them somehow.

A connection service...

We think a connection service is really important to have.

Vision loss can be very socially isolating. It would be great to connect with each other, for support, sharing ideas and creating friendships.

We don't always want to rely on family or friends to talk with all the time.

Not all of us have family or friends to talk with anyway.

Here are more reasons for us wanting to start this idea.

  • Great social gatherings
  • Fundraising events.
  • Trying to assist small, legitimate sight loss inspired concepts.
  • Trying to assist those wanting to travel.
  • Encouraging sighted and non-sighted people to connect, and create social inclusion.

We would really like to hear from you, regarding your bucket list items, or any ideas regarding what's written above.

Please get in touch if you would like to get involved, and help make positive change.

  • You can volunteer your time for helping with bucket list items, connecting to create friendships, fundraising events and social gatherings.
  • You can offer your products or services that your business offers.
  • You can donate to See With Me.