Susan Williams

Susan Williams, 27, is functionally blind and co-director of the accessible show 'Stories of the Darkest Night' at the NZ...

Loren's family

Sometimes life rips the rug out from underneath your feet. And that’s how Loren felt when she lost most of...

Thank you to everyone who took part in a survey about the Guide Dogs service in August. We surveyed guide...

2018 world sight day poster, 253 million are visually impaired

Why regular eye checks are important To mark World Sight Day on 11 October, the Blind Foundation reminds people to...

Close up of hands touching a tactile bird picture

Halina Thurlow is on track to achieving her goals, helped by the support of her mentor Celine Tonkin. The pair...

Brianna reading a talking book

Make life more magical for children like Brianna The gift you give this Blind Week can help ensure that Brianna...

Dr Marjorie Barclay Trust members with Blind Foundation representatives checking out the technology

Joy McClintock and guide dog Molly at smart room opening Our Dunedin office opened a smart room in July demonstrating...

Vicki Hilliam at her local bus stop.

Love it or hate it, public transport is an everyday feature for many Kiwis who are blind or have low...

George stand with his trucks

Former truck driver George finds a way to remain in the cab after sight loss. People can be surprised to...

Mother Dawn Coleman and daughter Leyna Coleman with their orbit readers.

By Chantelle Griffiths, Blind Foundation Braille Awareness Coordinator Until recently, it's been difficult to get electronic braille into the hands...

John Hinchcliff, in his office, surrounded by books

“Don’t dwell on the negative, find ways to accentuate the positive.” This is Dr John Hinchcliff’s philosophy. He has applied...