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Cyclops Cyclops Circle is an email support group for individuals with a prosthetic eye, their family and support circle.

If you have questions about the impact of an artificial eye on your life, please join the group and meet our members. Many people are willing to share their experiences. To subscribe, just send an email, or alternatively go to the group homepage and click the ‘Join this Group’ button. If you are having difficulty subscribing to Cyclops Circle, send an email to the moderator Jo Oosterhoff.

Once your membership is approved, you will be able to send a message introducing yourself to everyone, and post questions to the group.

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    One of the boys brought his 16-year-old girl friend to meet us. I said to her, “ I can’t see you but I can use Braille”. I made a gesture in her direction with my hands – I didn’t touch her. It was a joke. It was several years before she would speak to me. Now we laugh about it.
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    Halfway through the story, Mum covered my left eye with her hand and asked if I could see how many fingers she was holding up. I replied of course I couldn’t, moved her hand and then supplied her with the correct answer. She tried again, just to receive the same answer from me. ... This was the catalyst that made her question the sight in my right eye.

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