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.

Employment

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

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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

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Author: Rosalind Duignan-Pearson

Technology

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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News & Blog

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  • E-scooters: London Vision's response

    London Vision's response to the imminent and rushed legalisation of rented e-scooters in the capital. Read more

  • Advice for travelling on public transport

    With the type of support available and guidance and information being updated regularly, we have put together a few points on what you need to bear in mind when travelling on public transport. Read more

  • Me and my mask - a hook up

    Jacqui Thomas, Development Manager, joins us on the London Vision blog to write about her dalliance with the world of face masks in the post-COVID19 world. Read more

  • Tribute to Dickon Bowling - longstanding volunteer

    Bhavini Makwana remembers Dickon Bowling, a longstanding volunteer with a number of east London sight loss organisations and groups, who sadly passed away on 16 May, aged 82. Read more

  • Early lessons in social distancing

    Right at the beginning of lockdown, Development Manager Andy Law wrote about a less than pleasant experience trying to shop. Now, he's back, and talking about the unique experience of shopping while trying to observe social distancing. Read more

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