A Man’s Best Friend

A vision impairment diagnosis doesn’t have to hold you back. Ken Fernald is 52-year-old New York man, and he’s been blind since childhood. But that doesn’t keep him from being active. His impairment has changed over time, forcing him to switch from biking to running, and eventually to move from running alone to running tethered Read more about A Man’s Best Friend[…]

Ride Stories

Every day at Rides in Sight we help people nationwide find transportation. Our free database is the most complete listing of ride service providers anywhere: 15,000 organizations coast-to-coast, continuously updated. All it takes is one phone call (1-855-607-4337) or a visit to our website to find the transportation you’ve been looking for. Need a ride? Call us. This week Read more about Ride Stories[…]

Two Brothers, in Business to End Blindness

Sometimes solving big challenges requires new thinking. That’s the idea behind the tee-shirt company Two Blind Brothers. TBB make ultra-soft designer clothes using natural fibers — trendy cuts in bright colors, built with the sole purpose of funding blindness research. “Our shirts feel seriously good,” they say on their website. “Curing blindness feels even better.” Read more about Two Brothers, in Business to End Blindness[…]