Look on the bright side of being registered blind!

8 August 2019
Source: Visualise Training and Consultancy

Daniel Williams takes a tongue in cheek look at the benefits of being registered blind It isn’t all bad – you won’t have initials after your name but to be registered severely sight impaired (blind) you don’t need to have complete sight loss but will need to meet certain criteria. So, whilst you may be able to see enough to

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VISION 2020 UK’s Ophthalmic Public Health Committee’s response to the HSCIC consultation on its data collections and statistics

17 June 2016
Source: VISION 2020 UK OPHC

Attached is the Ophthalmic Public Health Committee’s response to the HSCIC consultation on its data collections and statistics. This is a joint response for VISION 2020 UK with the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) physical and sensory impairment and HIV/AIDS network. The objective was to use this draft as the basis of individual members’ responses if needed.

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