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Update #2 On ‘Join Me In Prayer For Sarah’

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Hi, sorry it’s been a little over two week since the last update, but we’ve been waiting for this mornings appointment before we could bring you more news.

Sarah’s had a few complications in the last couple of weeks, so we’ve been back and forward to the hospital to try and narrow down whats causing them. Sarah’s cornea developed a scratch and an infection which was causing her a lot of pain and irritation. (understatement!)  They first gave her more eye drops and said to come back in a couple of days.

We returned with more irritation, sleep depravation (the pain has been keeping Sarah awake) and Sarah’s eyesight had become very poor, Sarah said “it’s like trying to look through a frosted glass window”. Another doctor said that Sarah maybe allergic to the preservatives in the eye drops, and prescribed “preservative free” eye drops. We then had to wait 10 day’s before this mornings appointment.

The doctor said that he could see no sign of infection, and the scratch had healed and disappeared. Yay! But the reason that the eye is healing so slowly and continues to be very sensitive is the Diabetes. The nuropathy is slowing the healing, making the eye feel like it’s about to burst and maintaing the extremely itchy painful irritation that’s driving Sarah crazy, which, is making her really fed up. 😦

We have another appointment in two weeks time and i’ll keep you lovely friends updated. Sarah was really hoping to be back at work this week and is trying her best not to feel too inpatient! 

We both thank you all so much for the love, kindness, prayers and support as you journey through this with us. Can’t thank you enough! 🙂

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Welcome to the March edition of Outlook

Hi all! Please take a few minutes to read about what amazing work is being done for blind & partially sighted people. My lovely wife Sarah has just finished the latest edition of Outlook.

Please help us by sharing on your social networks!

Many Blessings, Steve 😀

RNIB supporting blind and partially sighted people  
 

Dear Reader,

Welcome to the March edition of Outlook.

In this issue we want to bring you up-to-date with our new and existing services, so you can see the sort of help and support you are helping us provide. 

We cover how RNIB schools and colleges ensure children with sight loss are not excluded from education. We show how RNIB helps young adults prepare to overcome the barriers they face in finding employment and we also feature Charlotte’s story – how she has changed since enrolling at RNIB College Loughborough.

Learn about our exciting initiative, Digital Eyes which aims to enable older people regain their independence and feel less isolated when using new technology. 

And lastly, don’t forget to check out our latest news, which includes an update on talking cash machines.

Thank you for your continued support.

 

 

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In this issue

 
Schools and colleges
 
The Eye Pod tour
 
Employment help
 
 

Other news

Just a reminder that we hold events for our supporters across the UK.

If you would like the opportunity to find out more about our work and the

people we help, please join us at one of our supporter receptions.

Or, to find out more about our free supporter events,

simply email us at legacyservices@rnib.org.uk

(Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm). 


Best wishes,

Sarah Rebus, Editor of Outlook Magazine

Sarah Rebus
Editor

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