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Facebook allows visually impaired to ‘see’ pictures

If you’ve scrolled through your Facebook feed recently, you may have noticed, like me, that your screen is filled with video after video, or pictures. Long gone are the days where your newsfeed read just as status updates from friends and pages – now almost everything is communicated visually. Read more

Travel company offers worldwide adventures to visually impaired travellers

A blind man has had amazing initiative and set up a holiday company catering specifically to visually-impaired customers who dream of travelling the world. Read more

Scope’s End The Awkward campaign raises awareness during Deaf Awareness Week

This week (19th-25th May) is Deaf Awareness Week and as part of their famous End The Awkward campaign, disability charity Scope are taking advantage of the opportunity to raise awareness of many issues that disabled people face on a daily basis, be it at home, out and about, at school or in the workplace. Read more

Quadricycle mountain bike could allow people with disabilities compete in ‘gravity biking’ races

A team of researchers and engineers in Swansea, Wales, have designed a four-wheeled bike in order to allow people with mobility issues to enjoy downhill racing. Read more

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