We hold events throughout the year that offer a relaxed and sociable environment for people of a working age who are visually impaired. Whether you are working, job seeking, or running your own business, the WAF is intended to provide a place for you to engage with others, and to allow you to discuss issues and interests whilst learning from and being inspired by your peers.
At our events we invite guest speakers to talk about inspiring and relevant topics such as public speaking, networking as a VIP, tech tips, motivational talks, and much more.
At London Vision we aim to keep our members at the heart of everything we do, so we have designed our WAF content around ideas and suggestions made by our community that is ever growing.
To see a list of dates for the Working Age Forum in 2019, please click here.
If you’d like to find out more, or to register to receive information about events, then please contact us on [email protected]
Bexley event: Join us for the Bexley VI Working Age Forum: Be Your Most Confident Self, on 30 May
WAF event: For the 6 June edition of the Working Age Forum we will be partnering with our friends at the Working Age Macular group and welcoming Professor Pete Coffey, Director of the London Project ‘Cure for Blindness’
Join us for the first Working Age Forum in Wandsworth, held at the Balham Resource Centre on 20 June, and meet other blind and partially sighted working age people in your area