Ein Llais – Ein Storm

Our Voice – Our Storm

A new opportunity has emerged for young adults with sight loss across Wales to have their voices heard.

Between 2016 – 2019 we are looking to discover all the services provided locally and nationally that could benefit you. We aim to give all young adults across Wales the opportunity to have their voices and opinions heard. Through setting up regional groups we hope to get everyone involved in helping us create better signposting for local services, shaping and advising on the services that are needed and ensuring that every individual has access to the same services.

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Wales Council of the Blind Wales Council of the Blind

Promoting the welfare of blind and partially sighted people.

From the Blog

Updates, events & general project musings...

27 Apr 2020

15 ways to keep busy in lockdown

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Ok so, the country is now in lockdown. There are only a few reasons why you can be out and about still. But for most of the time, we’re stuck at home – there’s nothing to do, absolutely nothing! … Woah now! Yes, there are people. Be lucky that if it’s had to happen, it’s […]

27 Apr 2020

How to access Zoom with Voiceover on the iPhone

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Find and Install ‘Zoom’ from the App Store 1. Using Voice Over, locate the App Store. 2. Once you are in the ‘App Store’ Voice Over will say ‘App Store Search Heading’. 3. Swipe to the right once and you will hear Voice Over say ‘Games, Apps, Stories and More Search Field double tap to […]

27 Apr 2020

Keen on Karate

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Possibly two words you never thought you’d see in the same sentence? Sightlife and Karate – but YES it’s true. SightLife (formerly known as Cardiff Institute for the Blind) are holding Karate taster sessions. Which should hopefully restart at some point after the lockdown. For reference, it usually took place on a Thursday between 10am […]