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London Vision community engagement survey

Eye health and sight loss are often overlooked but we at London Vision are here to support you and your family.

We know that people at risk of developing sight loss don’t always receive the information they need. They lack advice or help to manage their condition to prevent sight loss occurring. This issue can be more pronounced within different ethnic communities. People from black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are more likely to develop diabetes, for example. This increases their chances of developing Diabetic Retinopathy, an eye condition causing blindness.

London Vision wants to understand the eye health situation in your local area better. This is so that the team can improve information in your community. And to help share knowledge about services and support.

We need your help to do this. Please fill in our short Community Engagement Survey, it will only take a few minutes.

You can also contact a member of the London Vision team to help you, should you need any help. Call 020 3761 3651 or send an email to info@londonvision.org

We appreciate your help in supporting us to make a difference in your local area.

Fill in the survey by following this link: Community Engagement Survey

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