My name is Glen, and I am a visually impaired blogger based in London. I’m a university graduate who has been working as an IT developer in the printing department of a local authority since 2004 – though due to cutbacks I’ve been made redundant from September 2022 and am currently on the lookout for new career opportunities.
I started this blog in 2016, although it has since expanded massively and even includes a lot of my old journal posts dating back several years. And I discuss a wide variety of topics, in particular:
- My life with sight loss, including the importance of accessibility & assistive technology.
- The things I enjoy doing in London and beyond, including socialising, theatre, concerts, museums, stand-up comedy, travel, walks, games & quizzes, etc.
- My favourite TV programmes, radio shows, films, music, books, etc.
- Related content on Youtube & Instagram, plus updates on new content via Twitter & Facebook. Subscribers to this blog can also get notifications via email.
I have often been told that my posts give welcome reassurance to disabled people and parents of disabled children, by showing that it is possible to live a full life with a visual impairment, and it helps to educate and raise awareness amongst non-disabled people.
To get you started, here are some of my favourite posts and adventures that you might want to check out:
- Living With Aniridia & Nystagmus – An insight (pun intended) into my eye conditions.
- What Is Normal? – Documentary made by students of Met Film School.
- Media Appearances & Public Speaking – TV, radio, podcasts, speeches & more.
- iPhone 13 Accessibility & Apps – One of the major ways I use assistive technology.
- Guest Posts & Interviews – Articles that I have written or contributed to.
- Nystagmus Charity Abseil – Descending the Orbit Tower in aid of Moorfields.
- London Helicopter Ride – Soaring over the city for a friend’s birthday.
- Theatres & Concerts – Reviews of audio described performances and other shows.
- Museums & Galleries – Reviews of audio described tours and other exhibitions.
- My Monthly Favourites – Regular roundups of my activities and adventures.
So please enjoy looking around, there should be something for everyone. I hope you find my disability content educational, interesting and supportive, and you find things that appeal to you within my adventures and entertainment genres.
You’re also welcome to leave respectful comments, questions and suggestions on my content, or you can contact me directly via social media and email. I look forward to hearing from you! 🙂
- I, Glen Turner, am the creator and owner of the Well Eye Never name, branding, blog site, Youtube channel, Facebook page, Twitter feed, Instagram profile & Bloglovin’ page, including all of the content I have personally created on all of those sites (text, images, audio, video, etc). Please do not use any of my information and content without my permission and without crediting me as the source.
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