Adult UK eye health and sight loss pathway revised January 2015

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25 March 2015
Source: Vision UK

The revised Adult UK Eye Health and Sight Loss Pathway offers commissioners and practitioners a unique tool to enable people with sight loss to get the right support at the right time and from the right person. It clarifies the pathway across health and social care to enable better partnership working and a smooth transition for the person with sight

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Guidelines and Pathway for putting the UK Vision Strategy into Action for Children and Young People (0 to 25 years) with Vision Impairment, and their Families

6 August 2014

Putting the UK Vision Strategy into action for children and young people These guidelines and pathway are intended for those responsible for commissioning and providing services for children and young people and their families. They will assist with the interpretation and implementation of the UK Vision Strategy across health, education and social care. They should be read in conjunction with

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Seeing it my way booklet

1 February 2012
Source: Action for Blind People

A universal quality and outcomes framework for blind and partially sighted people Equal access to support services If you are living an independent life with little or no sight, you need access to a range of information and support from services social services, voluntary sector organisations, etc.   You should be able to access information in a format that you

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