Hi Map. I have an uncle who is both partially blind and Deaf. He was born deaf but he can hear to an extent and can speak although with some impediment. He was fitted with a cochlear implant a few years ago and that has helped matters but he is still deaf. As far as his eye site goes, he was diagnosed with Retinitis pigmentosa about 20 years ago and has been classed as legally blind for the last 10. Retinitis pigmentosa is a condition that worsens slowly over time, first loosing night vision and peripheral vision until eventual blindness. He has had a guide dog for the past 5 years and insists on remaining active, going for long walks with his dog which is good but he doesn't live in the best area. He has been robbed of his phone, threatened abused and followed and thugs are rife in the area. He is a fairly stubborn old bugger and often walks quite late at night which makes him very vulnerable. Now to the point, the other day he said he was threatened by some men again and he has been feeling very vulnerable of late. I train in taekwondo and he was asking me if my instructor would be ok with giving him some one on one training. He says he doesn't want to train in a group or gain ranks, just pick up some self defense skills. I told him that I don't think taekwondo would have much to offer him considering that it is primarily a striking style as striking without vision would be a bit difficult I imagine. I suggested maybe he should look at a grappling style like jujitsu or judo or possibly look for a self defense course specifically for the disabled. I'm just after some advice from you fine people on this and if anyone knows a good school or style I could direct him to. He lives in Adelaide, South Australia. Thankyou.