Here’s my most recent guest post to share with you all. This time I was interviewed by Chelsey from VI Blind Resources about what it’s like for me to have visually impaired parents. I hope you enjoy reading it! This brings me up to date at the moment, but I have another interview with another blogger coming soon, so keep an eye out for that.
by Chelsey Zumpano
Glin is a fellow Blogger and YouTuber, he’s also visionally impaired, but unlike me he has been raised by parents who also happend to be visionally impaired. So I asked him some questions about what it was like growing up.
1 Do you have the same visual impairment as your parents and either way what is the name/names of it?
I have the same conditions as my mother – aniridia and nystagmus. Aniridia means I don’t have an iris (the coloured circle) in my eye, so my eyes don’t adjust to changes in light properly. As a result, I’m very sensitive to glare and I find it hard to adjust in the dark. Nystagmus means my eyes shake and wobble all the time. This makes it harder for me to focus on things, unless they’re close up or enlarged.
My mother’s sight got a lot worse over…
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