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Everything changed - all for the better
A cut lemon sits on a glass citrus juicerSteph Cutler was in her 20s when her vision started to change and she was told she likely had only months before she was completely blind.

As a fashion designer, she didn’t feel able to continue her job without sight. She quit her job and had to learn to do tasks she had always taken for granted. But her upbeat attitude helped her push through and gave her the drive to start her own business to train people in disability awareness in the workplace and making the recruitment process open to people with disabilities. Making Lemonade was opened and Steph continues to use her experience and skills to help others.

Read more about Steph and why she says “everything changed, all for the better” here.

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Going blind in your 20s: When life sends lemons, make lemonade

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