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Unsure about how to offer assistance to blind people? Here’s how!
As part of Blindness Awareness Month, London Vision's Liam O'Carroll and Jonathan Ward have put together some useful tips for assisting blind and partially sighted people while out and about.
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!
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.
London Sight Loss Council – June highlights
Check out what the London Sight Loss was up to in June - with highlights from National Volunteers' Week and engaging with London's e-scooter operators.
Electric bus familiarisation event
London Vision held a bus familiarisation event to give blind and partially sighted passengers an opportunity to explore the new bus layout.
London mayoral manifestos have greater focus on statues and drugs than disabled people
The manifestos from London’s mayoral candidates have a greater focus on statues and drugs than disabled people, according London Vision's research.
International Day of People with Disabilities
December 3 is International Day of People with Disabilities. Our CEO, Cathy Low, has written a blog about the work London Vision is doing to achieve equality for blind and partially sighted people in the capital.
Priority Seating Week 2019
23-28 April is Priority Seating Week, and we've been learning more about the blue badge scheme, alerting passengers to hidden disabilities.
Being a culture vulture in an increasingly accessible London
Glen Turner writes about his experiences in an increasingly accessible London - covering arts, culture and a bit of travel!