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A black cat and a dog (King Charles Spaniel) side by side on a path. The dog is looking at the cat and the cat is looking at the camera.
Pets or not?
Today is National Pet Day! If you’re living with sight loss and have ever wondered if getting a pet would
April 11, 2022
Gemma smiling and holding a copy of her book "Half a Head"
World Book Day: Half a Head
To celebrate World Book Day, Gemma Bromley, author of “Half a Head”, shares her experience of life after a traumatic
March 3, 2022
A goldfinch sitting on a fence. It has brown, black and white feathers with colourful splashes of red and yellow.
My view of nature
The last two years have seen many of us having to spend long periods of time indoors during various lockdowns.
February 10, 2022
Hand moving over a text in braille.
Dot, dot, dot
January the 4th is World Braille Day. To mark this annual event, one of our volunteers, Charlotte, has written a
January 4, 2022
A person walking along a snow-covered pavement at night. Snow is falling and the image is dark despite some lighting on the path.
The dark side
The dark winter nights are well and truly on us. Below, a visually impaired friend of Visibility Scotland shares their
December 3, 2021
Arlene Croall, Chairman of the Board at Visibility Scotland
Being a trustee for Visibility Scotland
Trustees’ Week is an annual celebration of the vital role trustees play in governing charities and voluntary organisations. To celebrate
November 5, 2021
Zee in London with her white cane. She is wearing a summer dress and looking back at the camera.
Lessons learnt travelling with a visual impairment: part two
In the second part of her blog post on travelling with a visual impairment, Zein shares the benefits of travelling with friends, the need to be adaptable and why sometimes unexpected adventures are the best!
October 21, 2021
Zee wearing a pink bobble hat, standing at railings with the Forth rail bridge in the background
Lessons learnt travelling with a visual impairment: part one
Zein Al-Maha Oweis is a Jordanian PhD student at the University of Glasgow. She is visually impaired and uses a white cane. In part one of her blog on travelling with a visual impairment, she shares some of the lessons she has learnt whilst adventuring around Scotland. 
October 14, 2021
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