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Our vision is a society and a capital city where blind and partially sighted people can participate fully
Bridging the gap
Tackling inequalities faced by blind and partially sighted people living, working and studying in London
Communities and connections
Working to support communities and sight loss organisations
Campaigning to effect change in the capital for blind and partially sighted people
Our latest news
The third Monday in January is Blue Monday - the most depressing day of the year (apparently). To counteract the gloom, we've put together some suggestions to make it a bit jollier!
Braille Awareness Day – my life with braille
Guest blogger Sarah Matthews writes about her experience of learning braille as an adult, and the useful role it plays in her life.
Have you had a poor experience visiting your eye hospital?
Bhavini Makwana sits on Moorfields Eye Hospital's stakeholder group which works to improve patient experiences at the hospital.
Stairs and visual perception
Jonathan Ward has a long and eventful history with stairs, and has found that wearing a mask has complicated things further.
International Day for People with Disabilities
For International Day for People with Disabilities, London Vision has put together some ideas for engaging with disability rights around the world.
The joy of listening to the spoken word
Want to start listening to audiobooks but don't know where to start or which providers to choose? Jonathan Ward has been listening to audio books since the 70s - let him point you in the right direction!
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