Dementia and Technology: a literature review and qualitative study

17 February 2020

National Lottery Community Fund, William Grant Foundation, Life Changes Trust The William Grant Foundation and the Life Changes Trust are pleased to publish this report, which has two elements: ◗ a literature review that examines available academic evidence on the effectiveness of assistive technology devices for people with dementia and carers living in the community; and ◗ feedback from focus

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Agenda for Vision UK Children & Young People with a Vision Impairment Committee 2020

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15 February 2020
Source: Agenda for Vision UK Children & Young People with a Vision Impairment Committee 2020

Agenda for Vision UK Children & Young People with a Vision Impairment Committee 2020 27 February 2020

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Vision UK Children & Young People with a Vision Impairment Committee Terms of Reference

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15 February 2020
Source: Vision UK

Vision UK Children & Young People with a Vision Impairment Committee Terms of Reference

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Duty to refer: Homelessness Reduction Act 2017

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5 February 2020
Source: Vision UK

Vision UK is currently working with partners to pilot pathways related to homelessness and sight loss in London and Birmingham. As part of this work, we have been made aware of a new duty to refer as part of the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017. This new duty will be applicable to a number of professions represented at the Vision UK

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Vision UK Research Cures and Treatments Panel Statement on the funding of Clinical Eye Research

30 January 2020
Source: Vision UK

Almost two million people are living with significant sight loss in the UK and this figure is predicted to double to four million by 2050. However over 50% of this sight less could be avoided. This would not only have a huge impact – both financially and emotionally – on the lives of millions but save millions of pounds in

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Agenda for Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee 2020

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29 January 2020
Source: Vision UK

Agenda for Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee 2020 5 February 2020

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Vision UK Services, Support and Care Panel to step down

28 January 2020
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The members of the Vision UK Services, Support and Care Panel unanimously agreed to the proposal to step down the panel with an option to reconvene in the future if required (decision proposed November 2019 final agreement January 2020). With the panel stepping down, the strategic role of the panel will be split in the main to the Leadership Panel

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SeeAbility: Impact Report 2019

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28 January 2020
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SeeAbility’s very first Impact Report demonstrates how SeeAbility is making inclusive communities a reality. “In a society increasingly characterised by social division and uncertainty, our ambition is for inclusivity.” SeeAbility is in the privileged position of being able to make a tangible difference to the lives of people with learning disabilities, autism and sight loss and we’re incredibly ambitious about

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Public Health England: Launch a new edition of Health matters: physical activity – prevention and management of long-term conditions

23 January 2020
Source: Public Health England

A new edition of HealthMatters focusing on the importance of physical activity for your health. Read the full edition to learn how physical activity can improve your wellbeing. This edition of Health Matters focuses on the benefit of physical activity for the prevention and management of long-term conditions in adults. The government’s prevention green paper highlights that becoming more active

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