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    Elise Heron is studying at university, working out at the gym and living her best life - all while coping with the impact Stargardt's disease has on her vision.

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    Managing Sight Loss sessions helped me learn new skills

    Robin Davies explains how London Vision's online Managing Sight Loss sessions helped him learn new skills for living with sight loss.

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    Paralympic Games – my story

    As well as being London Vision's Development Manager, Jonathan Ward is a Paralympic athlete, having attended four Paralympic Games. Learn more about Jonathan and his experiences of the Paralympics in this new piece!

  • access refusals accessibility Guide Dogs personal stories

    Access refusal: a problem that’s not going away

    Bhavini pursued legal action for one of her most recent access refusals - the day it was settled, she experienced two more refusals. We are calling on sight loss sector organisations to pressure the government to make all access refusals illegal.

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    One year of the Managing Sight Loss course

    We've been delivering Managing Sight Loss for over a year! Read this new piece to learn about the impact of the course, how many attendees have taken part and the most successful sessions.

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