“She’s the Lewis Capaldi of the art world”: the young visually impaired artist transforming creativity
Hannah Evans (17) from Linlithgow, has been creating art since she was three years old and has three group exhibitions and three large solo shows under her belt. She is also partially sighted, autistic, and has specific learning and communication disabilities.
Glasgow-based poet Nuala Watt (39) aims to show that disabled people “have important things to say” in her latest book of poems, ‘The Department of Work and Pensions Assesses a Jade Fish’.
Children and Young People’s Commissioner commends Sight Scotland for leading the way in inclusive education
Nicola Killean, Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, has praised Sight Scotland for not only upholding the rights of visually impaired children and young people, but also empowering them to know their own rights so they can shape their own educational journey.
It’s nearly that time of year again when Santa Claus and his elves at the North Pole are busy getting ready to spread festive joy to all children.
Charity launches new Customer Service Guide for bars and restaurants during National Braille Week.
Sight Scotland awarded contract to help improve education services for visually impaired young people in West Lothian
School pupils in West Lothian are set to benefit from a new and improved education support service.
Imagine being a keen hillwalker who loves the outdoors but then being unable to enjoy it because of sight loss. Fortunately, many veterans of the Armed Forces who have visual impairment can climb their favourite mountains again, thanks to Sight Scotland Veterans.