A blind woman has spoken out about the abuse she has suffered on the streets of Stevenage, Hertfordshire.
Siobhan Meade moved from Norfolk last year, and says she has been regularly sworn at and even threatened with physical violence.
On one occasion, she with her fiancee - who's also blind.
They walked past a group of young people, and thought they were going to be mugged.
It got so bad, Siobhan decided to record her experiences with a body camera so police could see what was happening.
Disability hate crimes are widely under-reported and the Royal National Institute of Blind People says some people are suffering in silence.
Hugh Huddy from the RNIB said:
Siobhan has now started the Respect Campaign in local schools and youth groups.
It teaches teenagers to respect people with disabilities. She says it is already making a big difference; the abuse has now stopped and she feels confident going out again.
She now hopes to take her campaign to other parts of the Anglia region and says she is committed to changing attitudes towards disabilities.
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