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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 ...

Building a Better Britain

Economists and politicians need to realise that the UK people have changed. They are now the highest educated people we have ever had. They are the ....

Adur Disrtrict Council Disability and Access group – my notes

Topics: Next time: – Nick’s role as Advisor, and really the purpose of the group and it’s terms off reference – New members to be invited specifically the Police – Pedestrian safety at island at entrance to ‘NEXT’ car park. – Refuges at road junctions along Old Shoreham road 9, ...

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 ...

Oil and Water. Sighted and unsighted meeting

OIL and WATER? Sighted and the Unsighted. ​I think there is a natural collision which makes it difficult for non-sighted people to join and work with sighted people.The differences that need to be circumvented:

Umpire for an hour or two once a month, trial basis, coaching provided

Shoreham Soundball Tennis. Umpire and two player volunteers needed. Coaching provided. an hour or two, once a month. On a Monday evening

Shoreham Soundball Tennis

Join us at Shoreham Soundball Tennis. Tennis for Visually Impaired people. Visually Impaired (VI) people of all ages, abilities and circumstances are made very welcome. We provide the opportunity to to learn and to play Soundball Tennis. We provide both the equipment and the training.
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