Telling the Story of the Blind Community
blindFran Underhill is a volunteer carer for Guide Dogs Queensland; along with her husband, she tends to service dogs when their person is away. But, Fran is also an author who recently penned a series of children's books about a blind teddy bear named Edward and his guide dog Tuesday. Sally Balwin, is the general manager of Braille House, a 121-year-old organization providing reading material to people who are blind. She says that there are not enough authors writing from the perspective of persons living with a disability.

"The blind community, or anybody with a disability, their story is important," says Balwin.

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“Edward and Tuesday, a sightless teddy and his trusty guide dog, show blindness is no barrier to adventure”

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