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London Vision community engagement survey
London Vision wants to understand the eye health situation in your local area better to help improve the provision of community information in your community and share knowledge about services and support.
Have you had a poor experience visiting your eye hospital?
Bhavini Makwana sits on Moorfields Eye Hospital's stakeholder group which works to improve patient experiences at the hospital.
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.
World No Tobacco Day – The links between smoking and eye health
Today is World No Tobacco Day, and there's no better time to think about quitting! Read on to learn about tobacco's impact on eye health.
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.
Bhavini Makwana and the new BAME Vision Committee
Bhavini Makwana' has been appointed Co Chair of the new BAME Vision Committee during National Eye Health Week 2020. Read on to learn more about what this entails.
National Eye Health Week 2020
Mental Health Awareness Week