Young people from Pembrokeshire perform Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales at Torch Theatre, Milford Haven
10 Dec 2013
A new project brought together young people from Milford Haven School, Greenhill School in Tenby,...
UCAN Focus Photography Project
07 Nov 2013
Following a number of requests from UCAN members, we are delighted to announce that...
UCAN Lead graduates lecture at Cardiff Univeristy, School of Optometry and Vision Sciences
07 Nov 2013
UCAN members Megan John and Mared Jarman graduated from the UCAN Lead workshop leader training...
Dylan Thomas’ A Child’s Christmas in Wales
03 Sep 2013
Like many organisations in Wales, we are excitedly preparing to celebrate the 2014 centenary of...
Members & Parents Comments
Eleanor, joined aged 8
“The main thing I have gained from UCAN is confidence – to accept my visual impairment and not feel like I have to hide it or worry about it because I’ve done so much despite my visual impairment.”
Megan J, joined aged 12
“I’ve had the experience of acting and recording through UCAN but it’s opened up so many more options. With the experience you have in UCAN you’re able to do anything you want to do. You don’t need to do UCAN just to do drama; you could come to UCAN and become a lawyer. Just because [...]
Jake, joined aged 12
“It’s nice to be around other visually impaired people, because I find it’s nice to be around people who you have a connection like that with because you can just laugh about it – you don’t feel different.”
Mared, joined aged 10
“What amazes me is the amount of time we actually spend talking about our visual impairment to each other. It’s hardly ever mentioned – not because we don’t like to talk about it just because we don’t find it necessary to talk about it and we get on with each other as friends despite anything [...]