In 2002, the world that Stevens Chan knew came to an end. As an active businessman, Stevens was living a regular life, just like any normal person. However, disaster struck, as he found out that he had Glaucoma, an eye disease that can cause blindness. Even after nine eye surgeries, he gradually lost all of his vision in 2007. With the loss of sight, came the loss of hope. He was forced to face with daunting challenges. Hospitals bills, loss of income and the effort to adapt himself to his new environment are some of the most difficult things a person can go through..
“ No one should be left behind in this exciting times of Digital Age which is transforming every aspects of life…More so for the often marginalised and oppressed communities globally i.e the PWDs and medically discriminated children and youths. Previously Blind and Visually Impaired students have to often depend on the availabilities of Braille Books and the kindness of volunteers to read text books to them which is more often than not a barrier to their interest to achieve higher Academic qualifications that can enhance their employability opportunities.... more ”
Stevens Chan Founder