Hayley went to meet Hannah. She is partially sighted but unlike other children she's been taught how to use a cane to get up stairs and get around school.
She reckons life can still be tough but she is glad that she had help and learned to get around by herself.
But Hannah is one of the lucky ones. One in ten youngsters with sight difficulties don't leave the house at all because they have not been taught the skills they need to go out alone and be independent.
More help needed
Blind charities are worried that this is having a really bad effect on children living with sight problems. They don't go out and make friends and so are stuck living like 'mini-grannies'.
Now a big campaign is asking the government to give help to all children with sight problems, so that more children can be like Hannah and get the help they need.