New Youth Council elected.

The Blind Foundation congratulates the members of the newly elected youth council. They are: Dakota Kingi – Kaitaia Amanda Beaver...

Auckland Disability Law (ADL) works with disabled people around their disability related legal issues, and provides legal education and law...

We’re delighted to report that Internet NZ have given us funding to build a prototype that demonstrates how the use...

Upcoming trips and camps

If you want to get out into the great outdoors and enjoy some of the most beautiful parts of New...

Ocean is chasing her dreams

28-year-old Ocean was born with an eye condition called Optic Nerve Hypoplasia. She has only five per cent sight and...

Laura has started school

Five-year-old Laura might not be able to see very well – but that doesn’t mean she can’t play, learn and...

At 80, Patricia isn’t letting her low vision slow her down. Since retiring, she has got back into art –...

Harris continues to do really well in his development. Before Christmas he went on an assessment walk with the team...

The latest episode of 'Perspectives' is now live. This month, we're talking about all kinds of new experiences. You can...

Leyna Coleman is a Braille Proof Reader based at Auckland's Awhina House. This week, we met up with her to...

Many of you who live in the South Island may know the smiling face of Joy who works out of...