The Gambia’s success in eliminating trachoma means that resources previously allocated to combating the disease can now be reallocated to other public health conditions
A curious kid asks: what do blind people experience in their dreams?
Perception is multisensory.
There is an increase in physical and psychological barriers to accessibility for service dog users in the COVID-19 era. However, solutions exist.
After nearly 30 years of advocacy, audio description services have finally arrived on the ABC and SBS.
People who are blind have made great strides in the workplace in the 55 years since the US first observed White Cane Day. Yet discrimination in employment still remains, two experts explain.
Audio description began as an accessibility aid but has developed into an art form.
Simply closing your eyes will protect your eyes from sunlight. But looking straight at it can cause serious damage.
A new study has been examining what holds back sight-impaired users from using smartphones, computers and the internet.
Blind people don’t have superhuman ears but their brains can rewire themselves to give them an edge over those who can see.
Some thought technology would make braille redundant – but the real threat is a lack of education and resources.
A proposed tweak to the copyright laws should make it easier to reversion protected works for people with disabilities.
A blind academic says a new campaign by the RNIB is offensive.
Why is it still so common that blind people are presumed to be unemployed?
With the emergence of online technologies, the visually impaired can no longer depend on braille alone for their learning needs. App developers are stepping up to the challenge.