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Martin Southam

Martin has always been interested in sport, a Leeds United football fan who enjoys trips to the gym and swimming.
Always a positive attitude to life, especially after being matched with his beloved Guidedog Kean who now helps make getting around much easier.
Martin now spends much of his time volunteering and fundraising for Guidedogs for the Blind.

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Recent Blogs

The Reality of Usher Syndrome

The Reality of Usher Syndrome

Well folks today so far for me has been a real rollercoaster of emotions. To be honest I’m usually very straight forward and generally a get up and go sort of...

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Smart Hearing the Catalyst to my Acc…

Smart Hearing the Catalyst to my Accessibility Toolkit

Having Usher Syndrome is a rollercoaster of emotions as your vision ebbs away. Going blind is all consuming so much so we almost lose sight of the real importance of access...

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A Decade of Progress

A Decade of Progress

Well it’s the year of 2020 everyone!  It certainly has been a time of reflection for me, as a result I wanted to share my last decade in a blog that...

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Ultimately we can all be winners

Ultimately we can all be winners

This year saw me nominated for three awards, Young Digital Leader for Digital Leaders for the second time (Too old for that one again) Positive Role Model for Disability, National...

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