AMD update September 2017

I have decided that I stay positive, proactive and happy, everything else is looked after by my patron saint “San Fairy Anne”

So I try to be sociable, I try to help people at the AMD support group, I do speaking engagements for the macular Society.

I play tennis or rather I try to play […]

AMD Support – YES WE CAN

Yes we can. A long term programme of ideas. […]

AMD support – Got poor sight? Join us.

 

Got Poor Sight ?

 

We know Reading is difficult.

We know crossing the road is difficult.

We know even just enjoying life is difficult.

 

So join us and learn how

to get the best […]

Adur and Worthing Disability and Access working Group.Notes 2.

Topics: Next time:

England v EU: dragging us down to their standards(?), the maximum width of a path, clear of  hedges, now seems to be 1.2m, “though vegetation may have to be cleared frequently.”                   This may be fine for “one powered wheelchair” but visually impaired people work from a wall not from the hedge and […]

Shoreham Sound Tennis, SCLTC

I’m visually impaired and I play tennis at Sussex County Lawn Tennis Club in Kingston Land, Southwick (Shoreham.) We actually play Sound Tennis and welcome others to come and try it

Come and join us. We have a trained coach and volunteers to help.

We’re there most Tuesdays from half past two until half past […]

Soundball Tennis at Shoreham is special

Soundball Tennis at Shoreham is special. The normal arrangements are that it is an indoor sport, whereas we can enjoy it as an outdoor sport with fresh air, none of the noise associated with sports halls […]

AMD & Cliff’s Action Plan for AMD

 

Well seven months later, 11th January 2197 update.

My wet AMD hid the attack by Dry AMD in my left eye. “Both of your eyes have extensive damage from DRYy AMD so we don’t see any benefit of continuing the injections in your left eye.”

I know the extra sight I get after […]

LUTEIN – The Macular Society’s Comments

LUTEIN is crucial to healthy eyes. […]

My notes for talk about AMD – Macular

Getting to grips with AMD Macular Degeneration. […]

My “Please Help” Card, It’s wonderful

My “Please Help” Card says “Please help. I’m visually impaired.” and it’s wonderful.

I no longer have to say anything about my situation, I show the card and ask my query as if I was completely normal.

Absolutely Adult to Adult – “I’m OK, you’re OK.”

I must give you my example from yesterday. I […]