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



Living with Sight Loss

London Vision runs Living with Sight Loss workshops and courses throughout the year, giving people skills for coping with sight loss


Author: Rosalind Duignan-Pearson


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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  • Games for lockdown!

    Now it's half term, and without schoolwork to distract them, children need more ideas for in-home entertainment. Here, Liam O'Carroll recommends some of the best board games for staving off boredom. Read more

  • Got to keep moving

    Need some ideas about how to keep fit during lockdown? Andy Law has been exploring all the different options - from HIIT workouts to gentle stretching exercises. Read more

  • Coping on my own as a blind person during lockdown

    Graham Page is TPT's Access Technology Adviser and he's got some tips on how he's been coping with lock down - including some for shopping when you can't get delivery. Read more

  • Online shopping: VI people need priority access

    Blind and partially sighted people are currently left out of the Government's classification system for priority access to online delivery. This needs to change. Read more

  • Downtime – my first restricted weekend

    As many of us discovered this first weekend practising 'social distancing', our Development Manager Andy Law found that actually, video conference calls aren't just for work meetings - they're actually a boon during quarantine. Read more