At London Vision we feel strongly about the value of networking.
Whether professional or social, there is a lot to gain from having relevant conversations with a group of people you can relate to. We have set up a number of networking platforms for those living with a visual impairment or working in the sight loss sector in London to engage in.
Find out more about our networks below:
Are you a visually impaired Londoner with a passion for your community?
Would you like to meet more like minded people who have similar interests and who you can relate to?
If so why not set up a network in your part of London and start doing just that!
Our Student Network is here to offer support and tips if you’re at university in London, or if you’re about to start. We also aim to connect visually impaired students by hosting networking events across the capital. At these events you can make friends, learn from each other, and network.
The Working Age Forum (WAF) is a London network for those with sight loss who’d like to meet new people, share experiences, develop skills and hear from inspiring relatable people.
London Vision hosts the LVIF on a quarterly basis at Pocklington Hub.