Today we’re launching our ‘Easing into nature with sight impairment’ resource, intended for anyone whose lives have been touched or shaped by sight impairment.
The booklet is designed for people with an eye condition, close friends or family, and anyone keen to facilitate more inclusive nature experiences.
By sharing the experiences of a range of people with sight impairment, this resource aims to highlight opportunities for engaging with nature in pleasurable and meaningful ways.
It will be of interest to those who run walking and other recreational groups; outdoor activity providers; environmental conservation, wildlife and gardening groups; outdoor learning and education charities; and local sight support groups.
It can be downloaded using the links below, either as a pdf document or as a plain text word file.
Alternatively, please get in touch via email (Sarah.Bell@exeter.ac.uk) if you would like a hard copy of the resource.
A series of narrated audio files for each section of the booklet have also been created, which you can access here: