For those with visual impairments, or hidden disabilities, getting out and about, while trying to social distance, can be difficult and challenging.
In response to calls for some kind of wearable identifiers, to help the public recognise that someone may have difficulty social distancing, RNIB and the Hidden Disabilities Store have teamed up to launch some new products.
RNIB Connect Radio's Allan Russell spoke to Gareth Davies, from RNIB, and Chantal Boyle, from Hidden Disabilities Store, to talk about the wearables and how they are getting the message out there, to the public and business sector.
If you'd like more information on the wearables, please go to www.pleasegivemespace.uk
Image is the Please Give Me Space logo: a yellow circle with a person in the middle and arrows pointing on either side.