A lady is using magnifier to read a book

My name is Lyneen and I am Deaf. I work at Blind Low Vision NZ at Braille House in Wellington...

From left to right: Kapiti Mayor K Gurunathan, Gail Mann, Sue Emirali and Debra Duncan.

In honour of White Cane Day on 15 October, Sue Emirali writes about an epiphany her and her friend Gail...

We'd love to catch up over a cuppa, a bite to eat and have a chat. Join us for a...

Talking books will always have a place at Blind Low Vision NZ – but the way we are delivering them...

Woman on the phone ready to help

General information regarding masks in the community New information and community recommendations and requirements are currently evolving relating to the...

People who are blind or have low vision can cast a secret vote

Have you ever wondered how you vote when you can’t see a ballot paper? At this time, telephone voting is...

Thomas Bryan, National Technology Advisor, explores the benefits of smart technology – smart rooms, smart speakers and devices that can...

Woman walking with a white cane.

Blind Low Vision NZ equipment services has refreshed the products we have available for our clients, to better reflect the...

Judy Small with her guide dog

With the advance of technology, new solutions are becoming available for people who are blind or have low vision to...

Thomas Bryan, National Technology Advisor, gives some tips on how to use the Blind Low Vision NZ library app Dolphin...

Jackson Paraha is smiling

Blind Low Vision NZ was founded on 9 July 1890., To celebrate this our  130th birthday  we talk to Jackson...