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A-Z of sports adapted for VI


Visual impairment or sight loss shouldn’t be a barrier to being active and thousands of people with sight loss regularly participate in a wide variety of leisure and sports activities. This handy A-Z explains which activities are VI accessible and how this is achieved – for example via adapted rules, special equipment, or using a different setting.


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A whole range of sports is accessible to individuals with sight loss or visual impairment

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    Amanda Benzecry graduated from Cambridge University with a degree in Classics and, after abandoning plans to become a professional actress, her first career was in advertising. She worked for a number of leading international agencies. After an employment hiatus in order to bring up her two sons, Amanda returned to the workplace – as an Estate Agent. She has continued to act on an amateur basis with local drama groups and has performed across a variety of different theatrical genres, as well as in film and on radio. Amanda lives in southwest London and owns two Romanian rescue dogs, four cats and a variety of fish. She very much enjoys writing and reading - out loud!

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