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Two-and-a-half year old Kia has suffered frequent seizures since birth and was eventually diagnosed with the rare Migrating Partial Epilepsy of Infancy Syndrome.
Stephanie heard about Visibility at a Brain Injury event, and the family are now regular attenders at our Glasgow Little Explorer Toddlers Group.
Tam, who is in his 50’s, has glaucoma and his deteriorating sight found him slipping into a depression last year, which was having an impact on family life.
Tam’s remaining vision allows him to walk unaided, but he needs someone close by to check for sudden and random obstacles. His wife contacted us for help and we matched Tam with a guide through our OPALS project, so he could go out for a few hours each week while his wife had some time to herself.
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