Human Interest

Talking gadgets help visually impaired to cook

Talking gadgets help visually impaired to cook - The Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind (NNAB) is running monthly classes to teach people with poor sight how to prepare hot meals safely when they can longer use a conventional oven.

London Marathon 2014: Ilford man running 30th marathon with visually impaired Paralympian

London Marathon 2014: Ilford man running 30th marathon with visually impaired Paralympian - Harmander Singh is running his 30th consecutive London Marathon; this year he has worked with Louise Simpson, who was born blind and is raising money for a visually impaired children’s charity.

Grail To The Thief to offer adventure to visually impaired

Grail To The Thief to offer adventure to visually impaired - Read about a Kickstarter campaign to fund “Grail to the Thief”; the interactive audio adventure is designed to be accessible to blind and visually impaired players as well as non-impaired gamers.

Visually impaired golfers swarm Dan Nicholas for annual tournament

Visually impaired golfers swarm Dan Nicholas for annual tournament - More than 80 golfers turned out for the 26th annual Statewide VIP Putt-Putt Golf Tournament.

Artist offers sculpting class for visually impaired

Artist offers sculpting class for visually impaired - Bruce Brown believes everyone should have a chance to enjoy producing art, too; he offers classes for people of all ages and abilities, one of which is CNIB’s “Hands of Fire” clay sculpting program.

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