The documentary Silence in the night, made by Lisanne van Spronsen and Milou op ten Berg, is ready. The premiere has been postponed due to the COVID-9 measures. The trailer […]
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story of ophthalmologist Dr. Ingeborg van den Born A natural development study for people diagnosed for Usher Syndrome type 1B was started already some time ago. This study is conducted in preparation […]
Despite the corona crisis, which has dominated our country for some time and as a result of which the research laboratory of Erwin van Wijk in the Radboud UMC for […]
As a result of Usher Syndrome, Sander Koomen’s world is shrinking in terms of hearing and sight loss. Sander still has big dreams and prefers to inspire others and set […]
Would you rather be deaf or blind? Joyce de Ruiter (36) from the Netherlands can’t choose, she eventually will be deaf and blind because of Usher syndrome. Her path to […]
Michael John shares his experiences and sorrow with a lot of humour in his charming writing style – open and honest – which makes him vulnerable for the world. Michael […]
‘A silent death’ is situated in the south of Spain and it is the newest thriller of the globally best-selling author of The Lewis Trilogy, Cast Iron and I’ll Keep […]
Agie used to be a man. Now she has opened her heart for someone who wants to accept her as she is. However, her fate has other plans and Agie […]
‘Shine brighter’ is a book about handicap and diversity and it was written with the purpose to bring Usher Syndrome to the attention of people and to collect money for […]
‘Walk in my shoes’ is a unique collection of 28 stories of people who lose not one but two senses, being hearing and eyesight. Instead of giving up, these people […]