Vision UK Learning Early Intervention and Enablement Committee minutes 2019

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17 July 2019
Source: Vision UK

Vision UK Learning Early Intervention and Enablement Committee minutes 2019 4 April 2019

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FINAL Mins For Vision UK EIE Cmte, 040419 (amended 170719)
FINAL Mins For Vision UK EIE Cmte, 040419 (amended 170719)
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ADASS endorses a Professional Register for Vision Rehabilitation Workers

15 July 2019
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The ADASS physical & sensory impairment & HIV/AIDS network, the Rehab Workers professional network, Visionary and Vision UK have worked together to achieve the Endorsement of  ADASS for a Professional Register for Vision Rehabilitation Workers.     The professional body for Vision Rehabilitation Workers, the Rehabilitation Workers Professional Network (RWPN), has established a professional register which requires all members to

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Rehabilitaiton Registration Position Statement May 2019
Rehabilitaiton Registration Position Statement May 2019
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RWPN Professional Register Guidance Notes For Employers And Commissioners
RWPN Professional Register Guidance Notes For Employers And Commissioners
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Appendix 2 RWPN ROVI  Job Description
Appendix 2 RWPN ROVI Job Description
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Appendix 3 RWPN CPD Scheme Description Jan 2017
Appendix 3 RWPN CPD Scheme Description Jan 2017
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LSHTM: The Missing Billion: Access to health services for 1 billion people with disabilities

9 July 2019

The global health community has set overarching, ambitious goals for 2030: The United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3), to “ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.” The World Health Organization’s “triple billion” targets—one billion more people benefitting from universal health care (UHC); one billion more people better protected from health emergencies; and one billion

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Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee minutes 2019

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5 July 2019
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Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee minutes 2019 11 April 2019 

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FINAL Min Vision UK LDDaSL Cmte, 110419 (amended 040719)
FINAL Min Vision UK LDDaSL Cmte, 110419 (amended 040719)
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Dementia and sight loss frequently asked questions

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3 July 2019
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The Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee (previously known as the VISION 2020 UK Dementia & Sight Loss Committee) has produced a document addressing some of the frequently asked questions by people affected by dementia and sight loss, their carers, and practitioners in dementia and vision services. The practical advice and information offered throughout this document has

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Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions
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Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions
Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions
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Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions Large Print
Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions Large Print
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Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions Large Print
Dementia And Sight Loss Frequently Asked Questions Large Print
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Agenda for Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee, 4 July 2019

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27 June 2019
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Agenda for Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee, 4 July 2019

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Agenda Vision UK LD, DaSL Cmte, 040719 (for Web)
Agenda Vision UK LD, DaSL Cmte, 040719 (for Web)
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Therapeutic Advances in Ophthalmology: ‘It’s too late’. Is it really? Considerations for amblyopia treatment in older children

20 June 2019
Source: Theraputic Advances in Ophthalmology

Marianne E.F. Piano   Anita J. Simmers In recent years, media coverage has demonstrated instances in which families of children aged 7 and older, newly diagnosed with strabismic and/or anisometropic amblyopia through community eyecare services, were told it was ‘too late’ for their child to effectively respond to conventional amblyopia treatment (occlusion or atropine penalisation). Formal guidance pertaining to binocular

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