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From hockey to electric guitar
A cream colored electric guitar rests on a burgundy clothJared Hara went blind when he was 11 years old. He had been an avid hockey player, but after losing his vision, his parents looked for other avenues in which he could excel. He stumbled upon music and the electric guitar became his new passion.
Now a part of Symmetry, a rock band based in California, touring in the UK, Jared is speaking out to encourage other people with visual impairments to follow their dreams because “nothing in this world is impossible.”
Read more about what Jared has to say and watch a music video produced by his band in this article.
To learn more about how we can help people with vision loss adjust, visit our First Steps After Vision Loss page.
Life as a blind guitarist: nothing in this world is impossible

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