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Youth Mental Health Day - 7 September 2021

Picture of Tahnee smiling at camera. Tahnee has dark straight shoulder length hair, rectangle framed glasses,and wearing black polo neck and blazer. On the collar of her blazer is a rose shaped glittery brooch.By Tahnee Campbell

I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa when I was very young. I’m now 36, living alone in a privately rented flat, and working part-time as a receptionist and part-time as an independent author. My eye condition has just always been in the background of my life...read more.

Top Tips for caring for your eyes - August 2021

Woman holding a sunflower in front of her faceFamily eye health, Talk to your family members about their eye health history as some eye conditions have genetic links which increase your risk of developing them...read more.

Cataracts - July 2021

Kevin smiling at the cameraBy Kevin Clarke, Social Media Volunteer 

I’ve only recently started volunteering for BucksVision. I'm discovering I’m not very familiar with many of the eye conditions that we can all develop...read more.

Using Tesco's shopping app - 4 September 2020

App icon showing white outline of basket on blue background and Tesco logoBy Lisa Redford, BucksVision Volunteer Supervisor

As someone who is severely sight impaired, I have always been a little unsure about shopping online. So many times I have got so close to ordering something and then an inaccessible captcha popped up causing me to abandon the whole exercise. However...read more.

MACs Awareness Week July 2019

Image of MAC logo - different coloured balloons and text MACSBy Lisa Redford, BucksVision Volunteer Supervisor

I only recently became aware of MACs Charity. They support people born with MACs conditions (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia and Coloboma) and their families...read more.