70 Best Visually Impaired Blogs and Websites
Visually Impaired Blogs
Here are 70 Best Visually Impaired Blogs you should follow in 2023
Arlington, Washington, US
The Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness is an essential professional resource for information about visual impairment. The international peer-reviewed journal of record in the field, it delivers current research and best practice information, commentary from experts on critical topics, news, and events.
15.1K⋅ 12.6K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Chicago, Illinois, US
We provide practical ways for people to improve the quality of their lives and relieve the emotional trauma that often accompanies low vision. This site offers up-to-date information and free materials for people living with low vision.
24.4K⋅ 9.7K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Pleasanton, California, US
IrisVision is revolutionizing VR technology to help low vision patients actually see. Get the latest news, tips and so much more, carefully curated from credible sources and industry veterans to help the visually impaired people.
3.8K⋅ 594 ⋅23 posts / year ⋅ Jan 2018 Get Email Contact
VisionAware is a free, easy-to-use informational service for adults with vision loss, their families, caregivers, healthcare providers, and social service professionals.
6.3K⋅ 13.5K ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
5. IBVI Blog
Milwaukee, Wisconsin, US
IBVI provides the best, most cost effective industrial supplies and services for all government supply needs while creating jobs for the blind and visually impaired. Subscribe to get the latest IBVI news, tutorials and events happening in the community.
13K⋅ 1.6K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
New York, US
Lighthouse Guild is the leading organization dedicated to addressing and preventing vision loss. We do this by coordinating care for eye health, vision rehabilitation, behavioral health and related services. Our goal is to reduce the burden of living with vision loss, it is the cornerstone of what we do.
4.7K⋅ 4.4K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Flowery Branch, Georgia, US
The Blind Guide includes resources for people who are blind or visually-impaired and friends who support them, ensuring better outcomes. The posts will focus on strategies and techniques to improve the quality of life and employability of individuals with compromised vision.
21 ⋅1 post / week ⋅ Jun 2015 Get Email Contact
San Francisco, California, US
The LightHouse promotes the independence, equality and self-reliance of people who are blind or visually impaired through rehabilitation training and relevant services, such as access to employment, education, government, information, recreation, transportation and the environment.
5K⋅ 3.8K ⋅18 posts / month ⋅ Jan 2008 Get Email Contact
Holly created Life of a Blind Girl as a way of sharing her experiences of living with a visual impairment in a predominantly sighted world. She wants her blog to be a platform that provides people with advice and support on all things visual impairment and disability. She also aims to tackle the stigma surrounding disability; She tries her best to educate people on visual impairment and disability.
1K⋅ 6.2K ⋅1 post / quarter ⋅ Jan 2015 Get Email Contact
Los Angeles, California, US
Braille Institute is a non-profit organization whose mission is to positively transform the lives of those with vision loss. We offer a broad range of free programs, classes and services serving thousands of students of all ages helping to demonstrate that vision rehabilitation is a beginning, not an end.
8.7K⋅ 6.5K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Manchester, England, UK
News-Medical.Net aims to segment, profile and distribute medical news to the widest possible audience of potential beneficiaries worldwide and to provide a forum for ideas, debate and learning, and to facilitate interaction between all parts of the medical health sciences community worldwide. Stay up to date with the latest research in Visual Impairment,, information, therapies and treatments and more!
260K⋅ 15.4K ⋅9 posts / day Get Email Contact
Since 1921, AFB has been a leader in addressing the most pressing needs of people with visual impairments and their families, breaking down societal barriers and promoting broad systemic change. The mission of the American Foundation for the Blind is to create a world of no limits for people who are blind or visually impaired. We mobilize leaders, advance understanding, and champion impactful policies and practices using research and data. Get all the latest news and updates on our activities, programs and more!
21.4K⋅ 13.4K ⋅9 posts / day Get Email Contact
Louisville, Kentucky, US
The APH Blog contains a catalog of articles on R&D, tools for teachers, accessible textbooks, and more. Check out all the posts on what we do. Since 1858, The American Printing House for the Blind has operated as the world's largest nonprofit organization creating accessible learning experiences through educational, workplace, and independent living products and services for people who are blind and visually impaired.
11.6K⋅ 13.6K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
FamilyConnect is a service offered by the American Printing House for the Blind (APH) to give parents and other family members of children who are visually impaired - and professionals who work with them - a supportive place for sharing and finding resources on raising their children from birth to adulthood. Our blog is a resource for all the tips and advice to help visually impaired children live normal life without facing too many difficulties.
5.4K⋅ 13.5K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
Colorado Springs, Colorado, US
The United States Association of Blind Athletes empowers Americans who are blind and visually impaired to experience life-changing opportunities in sports, recreation and physical activities, thereby educating and inspiring the nation.
10.2K⋅ 2.6K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
BlindNewWorld empowers the blind and visually impaired community while demystifying blindness and breaking down the barriers to inclusion. Check out the personal stories of our community.
67.9K⋅ 9.2K ⋅4 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
Houston, Texas, US
The Blind Blogger - a blind entrepreneur sharing his inspiring story of transformation. Follow his blog as he shares more of his personal journey, struggles and triumphs.
732⋅ 28.9K ⋅4 posts / quarter ⋅ Jun 2014 Get Email Contact
18. Even Grounds
Blog speaks more about the Inclusive and accessible travel for blind people. Even Grounds is a blog by author Tom Babinszki, who was born completely blind in Hungary and is passionate to make travel more accessible and more enjoyable for blind people.
916 ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
Leeds, England, UK
I'm Connor Scott-Gardner, a disability rights activist, book blogger, and postgraduate student from the United Kingdom. I've been blind since birth due to Leber's Congenital Amaurosis and became involved with activism because so much of the world was inaccessible to me. Follow along as I write about my journey and experiences, thoughts and musings and more!
11.8K ⋅7 posts / year Get Email Contact
London, England, UK
I'm Emily, I'm 28 years old and live in London with my guide dog Rosie. I'm a writer, blogger, content creator and disability advocate. I began 'Fashioneyesta' in 2012 with the aim to create and online space to challenge negative perceptions of sight loss and to show others what I'm about. I use my blog to share my journey and all the things I love including fashion, travel and lifestyle.
1.7K⋅ 4.5K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Wellington, New Zealand
Mosen At Large is the personal home of Jonathan Mosen MNZM on the web. Jonathan has been blind since birth. He was elected twice as national president of the consumer organisation, the Association of Blind Citizens of New Zealand, the youngest person to have ever been elected to this position and now serves as Treasurer of the World Blind Union Asia Pacific Region and as one of new Zealand's delegates to the WBU General Assembly. Check out the blog to know more about his podcasts, shows, work as a blind advocate and musings.
5.2K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
22. My Blurred World
Hello! I'm Elin, a 22-year-old Welsh girl who you'll most likely find writing, listening to music or curled up with a good book. My blog began as a platform with a focus on accessible beauty but I've since expanded my written roster, covering everything from confidence to concert experiences. But my main focus lies in sharing honest accounts of my experiences of living as a vision-impaired person in a world that wasn't designed for those of us who can't see.
891⋅ 3.9K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
23. Chloe Tear
Leeds, England, UK
I have been writing a blog for 7 years which has followed my journey from GCSE's to graduating university. I now continue to write about disability content and I work full-time as a content creator and moderator on a disability forum within the charity sector.
2K⋅ 7.2K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
San Diego, California, US
San Diego Center for the Blind provides vision rehabilitation services and products for visually impaired or blind individuals. It also includes helping them return to an independent lifestyle. Our blog features insights into the life of blind and visually impaired people, tips and ways to enjoy life fullest as blind, feats of our community and more!
1.3K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
25. Well Eye Never
London, England, UK
My name is Glen, and I am a visually impaired blogger and YouTuber loving life with Aniridia & Nystagmus. On my blog I post about my experiences as a disabled person, my adventures when out and about, and other things that I enjoy. Subscribe to get more updates.
130⋅ 1.1K ⋅1 post / day ⋅ Feb 2016 Get Email Contact
26. Sight Scotland
Articles feature the latest news, insights, updates and, inspiring stories of people with sight loss. Sight Scotland provides care and support that empowers people affected by sight loss in Scotland.
8.1K⋅ 6.9K ⋅3 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
27. Blind Motherhood
Staten Island, New York, US
Blind Motherhood's mission is to demonstrate members of the blind & visually impaired community can parent safely, independently and effectively. The stories we share seek to diminish any negative perceptions of parenting without sight; educating and enlightening both the sighted and the blind. Blind Motherhood will help prospective blind parents learn the in's and out's for all things baby.
25.1K⋅ 1.3K Get Email Contact
28. BeSpecular Blog
BeSpecular is an app that lets you help blind & deafblind people identify objects or situations. Using the BeSpecular app, the visually impaired person takes a photo of what he or she needs help with and attaches a voice message. Check out the blog to know more about our app, people's reviews and experiences, updates from our teams and more!
1.6K⋅ 3.9K ⋅8 posts / day Get Email Contact
My name is Harriet Smith and I am interested in eating healthy food. The aim of my blog is to post simple, healthy recipes with up to five ingredients that visually impaired people can cook easily, whatever their ability. I'll also throw in some interesting health facts along the way about why the food is good for you. The blog isn't just geared towards visually impaired people though: I hope it will be as useful for sighted people too!
4 posts / month Get Email Contact
Assistive Technology Blog was started in late 2020 with the idea to educate readers about the latest and greatest in assistive technology - not the bulky, outdated and expensive machines we are used to seeing everywhere, but affordable, state-of-the-art technology that would change the future of people with disabilities drastically in the near future. Check out the latest news and updates on assistive technology for the visually impaired or blind, reviews, innovations and more!
4.5K⋅ 1.3K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
31. Luke Sam Sowden
Hi, I'm Luke Sam Sowden. I ramble about everything, from Skincare and Fashion to Food & Drink, and of course my life as someone who's Visually Impaired.
1 post / day Get Email Contact
Little Rock, Arkansas, US
World Services for the Blind provides comprehensive life skills and vocational training to the blind and visually impaired.
3.9K⋅ 1.3K ⋅1 post / day Get Email Contact
Shreveport, Louisiana, US
Founded by the Lions Club as Shreveport Association for the Blind, L.A.B. has evolved from its original operation - training and employing the blind to make and sell brooms - to a multidimensional powerhouse for those with visual impairments. Check out our blog for stories and experiences of people we have rehabilitated, news on our events and services and more!
3.1K⋅ 800 ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
Chicago, Illinois, US
Explore tips, product reviews, stories and opinions on living independently with vision loss. Second Sense works with our community of volunteers, clients and partners to effectively deliver our training to the most people while emphasizing an individual, client-centered service approach. Each year, we teach over 400 adults with vision loss skills that increase their independence.
917⋅ 893 ⋅2 posts / quarter Get Email Contact
British Columbia, Canada
The Limitless Blog was created as we wanted to give our youth and program participants a chance to provide content and to give voice to the things that they see as important and relevant to being someone who is blind or partially sighted. Blind Beginnings' mission is to inspire children and youth who are blind or partially sighted and their families through diverse programs, experiences, counseling and peer support, and opportunities to create fulfilling lives.
898⋅ 1.5K ⋅1 post / month Get Email Contact
36. Tim Dixon Blog
Grimsby, England, UK
A blog by Tim Dixon discussing his thoughts and mumblings. Topics cover IT, Enterprise Architecture, being a dad and sight loss. With over 20 years of experience working in the IT Industry, Tim is partially sighted.
1.2K ⋅1 post / week Get Email Contact
Albinism Up Close (AUC) began in 2010 as a project to spread awareness about albinism and the visual impairments that accompany it. AUC aims to showcase the diversity that exists within the albinism community and emphasize the capabilities of the blind and visually impaired community. My name is Dani. I have albinism and have been legally blind since birth. My writings are a culmination of my experiences and that of others with albinism.
258⋅ 527 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
Bold Blind Beauty is an advocacy platform that shares uplifting stories from around the globe through lived experiences about navigating the world while on the blindness spectrum. This brand was created to celebrate our diverse and inclusive community through empowerment, connection, and barrier-breaking. Here you will meet some of the most fascinating people on the blindness spectrum or allies who support A.I.R.
1 post / day Get Email Contact
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US
The mission of Insight for the Blind is to improve the quality of life for blind and visually impaired children and adults. It promotes their literacy and learning and aiding in the appreciation for reading through our production of audio books, magazines and articles.
620⋅ 41 ⋅2 posts / year Get Email Contact
The purpose of Empish's Blog is to Educate, Empower and Enlighten you with news, stories and info about the blind and visually impaired community using my life as a focal point. Empish has a journalism degree but lost her eyesight to Uveitis six months after graduation. She is a freelance writer and disability blogger and accessibility advocate.
1 post / week Get Email Contact
Ontario, California, US
My name is Xin (Carol) Sun and I am Visually Impaired. I am an active and passionate Disability and Social Justice Activist, Blogger, and Motivational Speaker. I wish to share my story with all of you, and hopefully to inspire and help others who are also struggling with vision loss. More importantly, I wish to challenge the social stigma and prejudice on people with disabilities (like being visually impaired) and to emphasize on the idea that disability should never be a barrier in achieving happiness in life.
141⋅ 922 ⋅8 posts / year Get Email Contact
Littleton, Colorado, US
Grounded in the National Federation of the Blind's positive philosophy of blindness, the Colorado Center for the Blind provides innovative teaching techniques, daily challenges and self-confidence that are the building blocks of independence, opportunity and success. Check out our blog to know moe about our teaching techniques, activities, our students and more!
1 post / week Get Email Contact
43. Insight Out
Leicester, England, UK
This is an insight, on my out of sight world. Subscribe and find out what barriers and challenges I face due to my visual impairment, my dreams and aspirations despite being disabled and anything else I feel like blogging about.
795 ⋅2 posts / year ⋅ Aug 2008 Get Email Contact
44. Blindy Blog
Colorado Springs, Colorado, US
I created Blindy Blog to provide our community with candid and helpful articles and resources to help you live the most independent and self-sustaining life you can live. I write articles on topics including the latest technology tips and tricks and living life with a guide dog. I even have resource pages for using ride shares and accessing employment.
276 ⋅1 post / year Get Email Contact
Jalapeños in the Oatmeal is the Guild for the Blind's new blog. Jeff Flodin, a published writer and Guild member, will be writing about his quarter century of trials and tribulations associated with losing his vision. His goal is to have the blog be a conversation where thoughts and feelings about vision loss can be shared. Twice a month, Jeff will focus on a facet of the issue that is both helpful and humorous.
1 post / month Get Email Contact
Seeing Sadie and CVI was created by Sadie's mom and teacher to help educate, advocate, and bring awareness to brain-based visual impairments. It is our desire to use the knowledge and tools that we possess to assist others through inspiration, support, education, and instructional videos. All in an effort to not only help children with CVI reach their greatest potential but also put concrete facts into our community regarding cortical vision impairment.
10 posts / day Get Email Contact
47. My Eye My Way
London, England, UK
My name's Nanjiba, I'm a visually impaired young adult who graduated from university with a 2.1 in a BA Sociology degree and have been working at the RNIB for a little over 2 years now. This blog is about how I live my life and is sort of an eye-opener for people who want to know what it's like living with sight-loss. On this blog, I write about my life, my experiences and my thoughts on things that happen around me. Lately, I've been writing about what it's like being visually impaired, my life as a student, outings I've been on and a few other things too.
1 post / month Get Email Contact
48. A Blinding Light
Hi, I'm Ming. I'm a blogger and freelance writer. I focus on diversity and inclusion, accessibility and visual impairment. I've been visually impaired since birth and became legally blind as an adult. This motivated me to learn all I could about vision loss and how it affects so many people. I wanted to advocate for those people and raise awareness of the issues surrounding blindness and visual impairment. So I started writing about it.
4 posts / year Get Email Contact
Tacoma, Washington, US
Hope Vision Foundation serves over 40,000 people suffering from low vision. We are here to help by providing individualized resource connections and education services for visually impaired patients and their care partners. Our blog features people's stories on visual imparity, information and research on low vision and blindness and more!
138⋅ 34 ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
It was during the depression years of the 1930s that the blind of South Australia formed their own organization - The Blind Welfare Association also known as Beyond Blindness. For over 75 years the organization has continued to provide a range of services for people who are blind or vision impaired. Beyond Blindness Blog is providing useful information to BWA members along with the latest news about support services.
135 ⋅2 posts / week Get Email Contact
My name is Roqayah Ajaj, and I am a PhD candidate. I want to empower people with disabilities to reach their full potential, to feel included and welcomed in their society. I started my blog, Diversely Blind - to share academic and non-academic stories about the blind experience, to raise awareness and to empower blind individuals.
2 posts / year Get Email Contact
My Blind Coach provides insight, exercises, tips, and resources that will radically change reality for blind individuals across the world. My Blind Coach offers a positive, take-charge approach to living with declining sight, regardless of the cause, mentally preparing individuals for the internal and external challenges they will face in life. My Blind Coach provides Blindness and Vision Loss Coaching, Echolocation Training, how to ride a non-tandem bike - riding solo, and more resources.
433 ⋅8 posts / year Get Email Contact
Hello, I'm David. Boldly Blind speaks to both the blindness and mainstream sighted public as we navigate life's contours. While I raise awareness among our sighted peers regarding our livelihood as blind and visually impaired people, I also desire to instill joy and confidence as we daily do blindness ourselves. Nothing ever is one-size-fits-all, so I address orientation and mobility, blind sports, legislation, web access, and other matters whereby we can learn and grow from each others' experiences.
5 posts / month Get Email Contact
Baltimore, Maryland, US
The Federation for the Blind and Visually Impaired is one of the leading nationwide organizations for blind Americans. It has been a decade since it has been founded and currently situated in Baltimore, the Federation of the Blind and Visually Impaired consists of affiliates, chapters, and divisions in all 50 states. We work tirelessly to boost blind people's expectations. Explore our blog to know more about our work, initiatives, life of blind or virtually impaired people and more!
9 posts / month Get Email Contact
Watertown, Massachusetts, US
Perkins School for the Blind has been a leader in the field of blindness education since its founding in 1829. Perkins eLearning strives to share the insights and expertise of Perkins educators as well as the valuable expertise of our colleagues across the country with teachers, families and professionals around the globe.
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36.3K⋅ 9.6K ⋅30 posts / year Get Email Contact
Farmingdale, New York, US
Discover the latest innovations in the low-vision, low-hearing, and mobility industry, as well as those must-have products to enhance your day-to-day life. Our Independent-Living Blog will help inspire you and make your daily life a little less of a struggle and a bit more pleasurable with assistive products, suggestions, motivational stories and advice.
5.4K⋅ 2.4K ⋅15 posts / year ⋅ May 2013 Get Email Contact
BlindNewWorld is the first-ever blind awareness social change campaign, sponsored by Perkins School for the Blind, to demystify blindness and break down the barriers to inclusion - discomfort, pity, fear and stigma.
67.9K⋅ 9.2K ⋅12 posts / year ⋅ Jan 2016 Get Email Contact
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Welcome to CVI's SightSeeing Blog! The information posted here includes personal stories from CVI clients, perspectives from CVI's expert staff, hot topic issues in government, the latest trends in technology for the visually impaired, and much more.
2.6K⋅ 1K Get Email Contact
San Diego, California, US
The official blog of The Vision of Children Foundation where you can find information on topics ranging from the latest and greatest assistive tech devices in the market for the visually impaired to inspirational stories about our Vision Heroes. Subscribe now to know more and get the updates.
1.2K ⋅1 post / quarter Get Email Contact
60. Blind Spot
Oxford, England, UK
The Blind Spot blog maps my place as a partially-blind academic in a resolutely sighted world. It looks at blindness in history, literature, art, film and society through my out-of-focus gaze. Follow and get to know more.
2K ⋅1 post / year ⋅ Feb 2012 Get Email Contact
61. The OrCam Blog
OrCam is changing the lives of tens of thousands of people around the world with breakthrough assistive technology that enables people who are blind or partially sighted to read text, recognize faces, identify products, and more. Learn more about Orcam technology, features, peoples' stories and more!
63.8K Get Email Contact
Ocala, Florida, US
Florida Center for the Blind's mission is to build hope, confidence, and independence in individuals with visual impairments and educate the community about preventing vision loss. Our Blog provides additional information and support for blind and visually impaired individuals, their families & caretakers.
660⋅ 49 Get Email Contact
Vips Guide is created for blind and visually impaired persons to provide them easy access to knowledge and entertainment in the form of audio books, tutorials, walkthroughs and informative videos on different topics, ranging from education to entertainment, health to technological advancements, fiction to current affairs and disability awareness to general knowledge etc.
69 ⋅ Jan 2015 Get Email Contact
Visually Impaired Bloggers
|Blogger Name||Blog Link||Total Blog Posts|
|Braille Institute Staff||brailleinstitute.org||35|
|Empish J. Thomas||visionaware.org||7|
|It's My Job||perkinselearning.org||5|
Visually Impaired Blog Topics
|Topic||Number of posts|
|Out & About||42|
|DVD & Blu-Ray||32|
|Vision & Health Blog||27|
|Food & Drink||25|
|Arts & Culture||21|
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Visually Impaired Blogs By Category
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