Free eBook on Stories of Eye Loss

Losing an eye can be a daunting and lonely experience. It raises many questions, such as “How will I cope with one eye?”, “What’s it like to live with only one eye?”, “What is an artificial eye?” and “Will I be the same person after losing my eye?”.

We’ve found the best form of support for people living with eye loss is to hear from others who have been down the same track. In recognition of this, we’ve compiled an eBook of our clients’ stories, relating their experiences of eye loss. The stories are uplifting, sometimes humourous, but most of all, affirming of the fact that life goes on beyond eye loss.

“Stories of Eye Loss”, the eBook, is now available free of charge to individuals. To get your copy, click here

We’d love to hear your feedback, so drop us a line and tell us what you thought of the book.

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  • Stories of Eye Loss - Adults

    Ailsa Maley - A One-Eyed Life

    .. so I became one of those who have a “One-Eyed View of Life" ... everyone who sees it after hearing my story is amazed. I used to say “It’s a dollar to guess, if you get it right, I’ll return the $1 - I never ever carried out this little quiz but I always spoke the words. I could have made a lot of money! Funny thing is that so many people would ask, “Can you see in that eye OK now?”
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    Nicole Abbott - Seeing Better

    Jayde (my daughter) can see colours and make out some shapes. She loves dancing, swimming, and has lots of nice friends at school. Jayde gets around with Miss Candy, her pink and green cane.
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