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

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5 July 2019
Source: Vision UK

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)
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Dementia and sight loss frequently asked questions

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3 July 2019
Source: Vision UK

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 Frequenty Asked Questions
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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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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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College of Optometrists: Report: Focus on Falls

19 June 2019

Poor balance can be caused by reduced central and/or peripheral vision or eye movement disorders. Poor central and/or peripheral vision and reduced depth perception can lead to trips over obstacles or on stairs. A number of factors contribute to the risk of falls caused by poor vision among older people. Unfortunately, visual impairment that could be corrected by new glasses

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Public Health England: Public Health Outcomes Framework “Preventable Sight Loss Indicator” (4.12i – 4.12iv) has been refreshed and updated

19 June 2019
Source: Certificate of Vision Impairment Committee (CVIC)

Public Health England (PHE) Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF) Domain 4 “Preventable Sight Loss Indicator” (4.12i – 4.12iv) has been refreshed and updated with April 2017 – March 2018 data The PHE PHOF Domain 4: “Healthcare public health and preventing premature mortality” has the overarching objective to reduce numbers of people living with preventable ill health and people dying prematurely

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Welsh Goverment: Eye care measures for NHS outpatients: April 2019

17 June 2019
Source: Welsh Government

Monthly data on ophthalmology outpatients who were seen within their target date or within 25% beyond their target date for April 2019. Should their target data be missed, they are at risk of irreversible harm or significant adverse outcome (Health Risk Factor R1). Key points 100,223 patient pathways, where the patient was assessed as Health Risk Factor R1, were waiting

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Papers for the Wales Vision Strategy Committee Meeting 17/06/19

17 June 2019
Source: Wales Vision Strategy

Papers for the Wales Vision Strategy Committee Meeting at RNIB Cymru, Jones Court, Cardiff Monday 17 June  

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Wales Vision Strategy Advisory Committee Agenda 17 June 2019
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WVS Minutes 11 March 2019 V2
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WVS Progress Update June 2019
WVS Progress Update June 2019
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Sustainable Social Services Third Sector Grant 2020
Sustainable Social Services Third Sector Grant 2020
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State Of The Nation Research On Third Sector
State Of The Nation Research On Third Sector
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Regional Partnership Boards, WCVA Research
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Regional Partnership Boards WCVA Research Accessible Version
Regional Partnership Boards WCVA Research Accessible Version
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Update On Action Points From 11 March 2019
Update On Action Points From 11 March 2019
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Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities: Retrospective chart review of spectacle prescription prevalence in adults with learning disabilities in Scotland

3 June 2019

Maggie Butchart and Craig Colahan Background: Evidence suggests that people with learning disabilities are less likely to have an up‐to‐date eye examination as sight loss is characteristically underdiagnosed in people with complex needs. Method A retrospective study of records from 576 Service Users of RNIB UK Vision, learning disability and Complex Needs Services was carried out. Results The record review

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