Around one person in 30 in the UK is living with sight loss
Different canes explained
The guide cane is used to find obstacles such as kerbs or steps.
The way I see it: living with partial blindness
Of all those registered blind or partially sighted, 93% retain some useful vision - often enough to read a book or watch a film. But this can lead to misunderstanding and confusion
I ran my first marathon after going blind
Every year I would watch the London Marathon and feel a thrill as the runners crossed Tower Bridge.
'My mother once thought of killing us both, life was so hard'
The only blind broadcast journalist in Britain talks about life as a child, and in the media
Don't lose your bottle
Personal account of a blind father and the prejudice he faced raising his baby daughter
The latest assistance animal: a seeing eye horse
Would you mind a horse in your local supermarket?