Frapp & Capp Café in Bankstown is changing the lives of people with a disability, by championing the cause for inclusivity.
The museum experience mostly benefits people with sight, where objects exist behind glass or barriers. But that’s hopefully set to change.
When David turned five, his mother made the heart wrenching decision to send him to a boarding school for the blind, almost three hours away.
The overwhelmingly positive impact that a ‘Miracle’ of sight can have on a family is seen in the stories of people like Raoul, Margil and Aljon.
By saving her pocket money for two months and wearing an eye patch, 12-year-old Caitie hopes to motivate others to donate to Miracles Day.