The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) is launching the development of a landmark set of guidelines and framework to help low vision clinics provide best practice care, which it will unveil today at a launch event at its state-of-the-art Low Vision Centre in the charity’s headquarters in London.
Participation in this survey is greatly appreciated and will help eyecare practitioners to provide the support patients with vision loss deserve.
Road Safety Week will run from 19-25 November 2023 and Glaucoma UK, a registered charity that provides support for everyone living with glaucoma is encouraging people to keep their vision road-ready.
RNIB welcomes new magnifier in-your-pocket-feature coming to a Google Pixel smartphone near you.
Half a million factory workers in low-income countries have vision screened in landmark project led by alliance of US Businesses
Half a million factory workers in low-income countries have vision screened in landmark project led by alliance of US Businesses – a milestone announced today, World Sight Day.
Leading eyecare charity Orbis launches a research trial to identify link between vision loss and mental health in children
In 2022, leading eye care charity Orbis published research showing that children with poor vision are more likely to suffer with depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and a reduced quality of life.
Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans have welcomed the delay to the Bottle Deposit Return Scheme and are urging the Scottish Government to use this time to consider the implications it will have for visually impaired people.
Homebuilder Cala Homes (East) has donated £3,130 to Sight Scotland for the purchase of two white boards to aid teaching at the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh.
Sight Scotland urge new First Minister to "open his eyes to inclusivity and accessibility challenges for vision impaired"
Sight Scotland and its sister charity Sight Scotland Veterans are calling on the new Frist Minister, Humza Yousaf MSP, to improve inclusivity and accessibility for the vision impaired.