What can blind people see?

Just because someone is blind, doesn't mean they can't see anything. In fact, 93 per cent of people who are registered blind or partially sighted can see something.

Sight loss is a spectrum and every eye condition affects someone's sight differently. For example, glaucoma affects peripheral vision and cataracts cause cloudy vision.

Further information including a poster with examples of how the four main eye conditions Glaucoma, AMD, Cataracts and Diabetic retinopathy effect vision can be found on the How I see pages of RNIB's website.

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