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British Wireless for the Blind Fund Video page

15.08.2017

Welcome to our video page.

We'll be bringing you lots of videos containing news, reviews, uplifting recipient stories, latest product development, how to guides, general information, a peak behind-the-scenes videos of how the charity continues to change lives of our visually impaired recipients and a whole lot more.

You can find all of our videos on our YouTube channel and from time to time you'll also catch us live on Facebook.

Matthew Scott Kent Police Crime Commissioner takes a few minutes to experience what being visually impaired is like.

Global Radio's Senior Account Manager Rebecca Ditton took time to talk to us about her experience using the Macular Degeneration simulation specs.

Alison Parma from The Federation of Small Businesses takes a few minutes to talk about her experience wearing the Diabetic Retinopathy simulation spectacles.

Paul Andrews of Business Bunker radio takes half an hour out of his afternoon to try on Cataract simulation glasses.

Jo James, of the Kent Invicta Chamber of Commerce took half an hour out of her day to try on the Diabetic Retinopathy simulation glasses.

Bumblebee - powered by British Wireless for the Blind Fund
Bumblebee is an easy to use app specially designed to give visually impaired listeners simple, portable access to a huge range of internet audio content.

See what happened when we launched Bumblebee at Birmingham Sight Village

More from Sight Village...It was so good, it turned our world upside down.



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