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Guest Blog: Eyelander goes mobile


Our guest blogger is by Professor Timothy Hodgson (Professor of Psychology at the University of Lincoln) and first appeared on his own blog, and you can read the original post The Eyelander game for children with homonymous visual field loss is no...

7 Most Asked Skydive Questions


Skydiving is probably one of the most common bucket list items. It’s also one of the least likely items to be crossed off the list because it involves, well… jumping out of a plane. But a skydive can be an unbelievably unforgettable experience. S...

Devon talks about what it means to be non-binary


This is Devon. Devon is an 18-year-old college student at the WESC Foundation. A fan of all kinds of music, a lover of drawing, and an avid gamer. Devon is also non-binary, and recently sat down with me to talk about their experience of sharing this...

The Who, What and Why of the WESC Foundation Discovery Garden


Find out more about the WESC Foundation discovery garden. Why is it important for our young people, and how can you help us keep it going?   What is our discovery garden? The discovery garden is an outside area used by our young people and maintaine...

The Story of WESC Foundation


Once upon a time… … in the city of Exeter in the year 1838, The Blind Institute was founded. Blind children and adults came from all over the south west to learn and be cared for. They were taught academics and trade skills, like piano tuning...