17 June 2019
Source: Sight Advice FAQ
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB), Guide Dogs, Visionary, VICTA, Fight for Sight and Vision UK are working together to provide blind and partially sighted people with easy to access high-quality information about sight loss. Working in partnership, the sight loss charities have shared their expertise to create the new website, http://www.sightadvicefaq.org.uk which pulls together content from
Read more Sight loss charities join forces to launch online advice hub
20 November 2018
RNIB and VICTA are working together to support children and young people who are blind or partially sighted to study with greater independence using technology. If you are registered blind or partially sighted and a UK resident you could be eligible for an Apple iPad Air 2 (32GB) with case and/or an Orbit Reader 20. See full details on the
Read more VICTA/RNIB Product Grant: Orbit Reader 20 now available in addition to the Apple iPad Air 2
25 September 2018
Statement from VICTA. It is with regret that we announce, our Chief Executive Tracie Tappenden, will be leaving the Charity in October this year. In her role as Chief Executive, Tracie has been an integral part of the charity and has been instrumental in steering it through its development over the past ten years and indeed over the many more
Read more VICTA announce their Chief Executive Tracie Tappenden, will be leaving the Charity in October this year
14 February 2018
The VICTA Young Ambassadors Programme is a volunteering opportunity for blind or partially sighted young adults aged 18-29 years shaped around employability with projects designed to strengthen key skills and build business understanding, all supported with bespoke mentoring. VICTA are looking to appoint up to six Young Ambassadors who will be expected to attend the VICTA office in Milton Keynes
Read more VICTA Young Ambassadors Programme.
22 February 2016
The Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design are working with VISION 2020 UK, Thomas Pocklington Trust and VICTA on a design-research project focusing on Low Vision Devices.
Read more The Helen Hamlyn Centre : Low Vision Devices