Ruben goes shopping

Not being able to see or having very low vision is not a homogeneous experience.  The word ‘blindness’ refers to a very diverse group of people who have either suddenly or gradually, completely or almost completely, lost one of their most important senses, their sight, either at birth or due to illness, an accident or trauma.

Not being able to see causes many stumbling blocks in everyday life: personal care, access to information, hobbies and social contact, doing your shopping etc. Elderly who become blind after a long illness are often even more vulnerable.  For example, learning braille is often too big a challenge later in life. Luckily there are many aids that can support blind people in every phase of their lives and ensure that they experience the maximum level of independence and self-confidence.


"I was so impressed at the open house: the highly professional approach, the team spirit, the kindness and gentleness. The very clear and honest information and explanations that we received made a strong impression, not to mention the hearty welcome with pancakes and a cup of coffee. I'll be happy to spread the word! Great job! Keep it up!"
sr Liesbeth Foulon,
“I want to thank you all for the untold patience and the many hours of support during the countless phone calls on behalf of my patients. I found you all very friendly, always willing to help and advise. Many thanks."
Liesbet, occupational therapist
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Gert, visually impaired
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