Weʼve raised £1,510 to help me purchase a Roger Pen plus the necessary equipment needed, and the software to help me with my writing to continue to raise awareness
- Funded on Monday, 11th February 2019
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My non-visual struggles
Thank you for reading my story and all your generous donations.
To be able to have the opportunity to purchase a Roger Pen, equipment and software will enable me to understand speech clearly, boost and increase directional hearing to my hearing aid, following the spoken word from a single speaker or multiple speakers, detect where the sound is coming from indoors and outdoors. I can also use it with a hearing loop to better amplify what is being said around me to follow information in various environments.
In order for me to continue writing to raise awarness i need specific software to make it easier for me to plan and structure my writing. Having multiple disabilites can be extremely tiring,restrictive and debilitating. Without the equipment needed i will continue living in my isolated world.
Once the target reached all the additional money would be donated to Meningitis Now to help further their research. You can read my full story using the link provided below.
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I truly hope you reach the target. You are the most inspiring person I know and I’m so proud of you!! X
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Deaf blogger from London, trying to maximise deaf awareness, and non visual disabilities. I struggle daily hence my story title. I’m all for disability rights and equality. I strongly believe in change for disabled people.