I’m happy to share this incredibly educational video by YouTuber “Cayla with a C” that I think parents of children who are blind and visually impaired will appreciate. Her topics of acceptance, understanding, compassion, independence, and community are spot on. Continue reading “Video Spotlight: YouTuber “Cayla with a C””
Hi there Navigating Blindness followers, this is Victoria Claire from www.victoriaclaire-beyondvision.com and I’m excited to share how creativity has helped me cope, grow and find joy with vision loss.
“Disability is not an impairment to creativity.” This is one of my statements when engaging with the public while speaking as a sight loss awareness advocate.
As a professional artist in contemporary sculpture, with a career spanning 25 years, I would like to share with you the importance of my creativity whilst traveling along my pathway of sight loss. Creativity became my first port of call when I was at my lowest point after being diagnosed with RP at the age of 19 in 1994. I was a young art student studying graphic design at art college when I found out I was going to go blind. Initially, I didn’t know how to take in what I had been told. For a while, I tried to ignore it and carry on with my life as an art student. Continue reading “KnowledgeABLE Featuring Victoria Claire: Seeing Through My Creativity”