London Vision supports blind and partially sighted people who live, work and study in London. 

Our vision is that blind and partially sighted people are an equal part of the London community.


London Vision supports blind and partially people find and stay in employment. Find out more about our Works for Me programme on this page




Click here to find reviews of useful assistive technology on the market that can make a difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people



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Want to find something to do in London? Here you can find out about the kinds of events and activities happening in your area


Author: Rosalind Duignan-Pearson

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  • Living with Sight Loss - what could a course do for you?

    Want to know a bit more about the Living with Sight Loss course, and how it might help you or someone you know cope with sight loss? Check out this blog with personal perspectives Read more

  • Farewell blog from Jess Beal

    After nearly four years with SELVis and London Vision, our Activities Project Coordinator, Jessica Beal is bidding farewell! In this final blog, she talks about some of the things she got to do with London Vision, and what she's looking forward to in her new role. Read more

  • International Day of People with Disabilities

    December 3 is International Day of People with Disabilities. Our CEO, Cathy Low, has written a blog about the work London Vision is doing to achieve equality for blind and partially sighted people in the capital. Read more

  • Four recommendations for increasing voting accessibility

    With another General Election coming up, blind and partially sighted voters will again struggle to vote independently and private. However, while we wait for truly accessible and private voting, we have put together four recommendations to help polling stations increase their accessibility. Read more

  • Hurtling into the future at 10mph with Blind Veterans' autonomous vehicle

    The idea of self-driving cars has been around almost as long as normal cars have been, but how close are we to actually having autonomous vehicles on the road? We travelled to Brighton to visit Blind Veterans and try out their own autonomous vehicle named Arthur! Read more

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