I knew I wanted to help out. So, I decided on a triathlon – I don’t make things easy for myself! At this point, I didn’t even own a bike and hadn’t run for years, so I knew this would be a huge challenge.
Jim, a retired children’s books author, still enjoys creative writing to keep his grandchildren entertained. However, sight and hearing loss have made it increasingly difficult for Jim to enjoy in his retirement. Read on to find out how we helped.
Deafblind UK member, Mick is no stranger to high-adrenaline fundraising challenges. From skydives to zipwires and wing walks, find out how Mick has raised an incredible £1,100 for Deafblind UK.
Dorothy from North Wales has been living with age-related deafblindness for a number of years so coming along to the Deafblind Cymru social group once a month is one of Dorothy’s few chances to leave her house and meet other people.
Roger didn’t let sight and hearing loss stop his ambitions to help others. Read how he has boosted his confidence and made a difference to others by volunteering.
John misses the opportunity to do what he wants, when he wants. He said: “A lot of services in our society are just not easy for me to access which is really frustrating.” Luckily, we were able to help.