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Molly Watt - Speaker at Camp Digital March 2016

Molly Watt - Speaker at Camp Digital March 2016
Job Title:    Spearheading The Molly Watt Trust,                    Ambassador for Deafblind Charity Sense                  Advocate for those living with Usher Syndrome, Sensory                  Impairments and Hidden disabilities.                   Published author and illustrator of 2 children’s books.                  Keynote and Motivational Speaker and keen Blogger.                   www.mollywatt.com                   www.molly-watt-trust.org                  twitter @mollywatttrust              I am 21 years old and registered deafblind as a result of Usher Syndrome.  Usher Syndrome is varying deafness and blindness.  The blindness is retinitis pigmentosa.  There is no cure. Usher Syndrome is not just...
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The future will be bright if the future is Accessible!

The future will be bright if the future is Accessible!
I didn't like to think too far ahead, however I was determined to make something of my life. Thanks to amazing support at Primary School and later at College I made it through my A levels and to University. Sadly University turned out to be very similar to senior school - something of a non event, big promises of support but failure to follow through. Again let down by a system that failed in their duty of care, failed to provide accessibility or inclusion and enough really is enough. Enough fighting, of feeling anxious, misunderstood, unimportant time to move on and do something different. I spent two months soul searching could I physically and mentally deal with another two and a half years of fighting for support, fighting to be given access to a course I had for the first three months been denied. This time my GP was to...
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