25 Jan 2019

The Computer Says No – EyeCare Conference 2018

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Once again myself and Mared were asked to create performances for the Annual Eye Care Conference. It was an exciting year as both WCB and the NHS were celebrating big birthdays and so we were given the themes of “Celebrating NHS 70th Birthday” and “The Future”.   When we first got these themes we had […]

25 Jan 2019

National Eisteddfod Genedlaethol 2018

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We’ve had a very busy few months over the summer with Storm this year.  The National Eisteddfod was held in Cardiff Bay and we as Storm took full advantage of this to make some noise and spread the word about Wales Council, eye health and the Storm project. So for the week of the 4th […]

25 Jan 2019

Footfalls through history

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During the summer I spent a week in the character-filled and rustically charming city of Naples, Italy. Or as I referred to it throughout the holiday, as a city comparable to a loveable rogue.   On one of the days, my brother Mike and I decided to visit the Roman city of Pompeii. A place […]

25 Jan 2019

Bar work bamboozles me sometimes…

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I live above a pub and so I spend many evenings sat with people who are usually far drunker than I. On top of this, my grandparents own the pub so as a result I often end up pouring the pints. Every once in a while my visual impairment becomes the topic of conversation and […]

25 Jan 2019

Independent Living and Direct Payment

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Once again we had a really successful turn out for our most recent Cardiff Storm event covering the South East at the end of June.  We’d like to say a massive thank you to all those who attended the event and to our wonderful speakers. Despite it being the hottest day of the year and […]

12 Apr 2018

Cardiff Storm Event – Health and Wellbeing

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Our most recent Storm Event happened in February in Cardiff.  We hosted the event at Chapter Arts Centre and it focused around the theme of Health and Wellbeing.   Mared and i felt this was a really important theme to cover and inform young people about.  We firstly had Marcia Morgan from Public Health Wales […]

12 Apr 2018

Top Apps for Everyday Use

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Top Apps for Everyday Use So as Visually Impaired people ourselves Mared and i thought we’d share with you our top apps that we use for our everyday use.  These apps make it possible for us to do those annoying everyday activities as simply as anyone else would. From reading, to travelling and doing your […]

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 […]