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What does the world look like when you have Macular Degeneration? Or Diabetic Retinopathy?

What do people living with Albinism need to be aware of? And what gives them their snowy white hair and pale skin?

What are the challenges that people living with an Acquired Brain Injury face? And how do they use technology to help them with everyday life?

What’s it like having a child with Autism or Oculo Dental Digital Dysplasia? How do these parents empower their children?

These are the kinds of topics we will begin to explore in ‘Step Into My Shoes’. This is a place you can visit to understand what life it like through the eyes of those living disability, their carers, families and friends.