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...

15 Feb 2018

The Queen’s New Website

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Once upon a time in a land far, far away, there lived a Queen who was visually impaired. She was very kind and caring – for a Queen at least. She never had anyone’s head cut off and only occasionally had evil-doers thrown in the castle dungeon.   One day, the Queen had a very […]

6 Dec 2017

Employment Sketch

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  Check out our employment Sketch we made for the 2016 Welsh Eye Care Conference.  It utilises the experiences young visually impaired people have had in their attempts at gaining employment. Performers Megan John Mared Jarman Jake Sawyers Benjamin Richards

6 Dec 2017

Verbatim Stories – Outcomes

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Verbatim 1   Ok, well so i was born obviously with OC1 Albinism, so it affects everything, so when i was born, diagnosed at six months old i was literally always went to the health clinic, i was there every six months until i was sixteen.   Now, got to be honest the whole way […]