As children across Wales have been reading notes or letters from Father Christmas this year, children who are blind or partially sighted have been enjoying an audio letter instead.
It's part of a project by the charity RNIB Cymru.
The charity also says many people aren't necessarily aware of how most tablet computers have built-in functions to make themselves more usable for people with sight problems.
A lot of them you can find on the high street. What we're finding is people don't know that the accessibility functions are already built in, so it's a case of showing them, delivering a bit of training.
Training is done through staff and volunteers, and it really is a case of changing your day to day life and making things a lot easier.
Alexandra McMillan, from RNIB Cymru, said Disability Living Allowance is vital to allowing someone to live independently. She criticised the idea of simply cutting it if a person doesn't use a guide dog.
"You have to look at the individual circumstances" she said.
"An awful lot of blind and partially-sighted people rely on their DLA to do basic things that sighted people take for granted - going to the shops or going to a doctor's appointment"
A spokesperson for the Department of Work & Pensions said the proposals mean "support will be focused on those who need it most", and that they "will look at an individual's needs, rather than labelling them by their health condition or impairment".