VI Lives report gives insight into the experiences of vision impaired people in the UK
A new report produced jointly by Guide Dogs, Royal National Institute of Blind People and Thomas Pocklington Trust provides new insight into the experiences of people living with a vision impairment in the UK.
'VI Lives Report - An in-depth understanding of the experiences of people living with vision impairment (VI) in the UK' is based on hundreds of conversations with people who live with a vision impairment and provides one of the richest and most in-depth pictures yet of the varied experiences and challenges that affect their day-to-day lives. It also identifies a number of important areas where the charity and sight loss sectors and beyond need to think creatively to ensure the needs of blind and partially sighted people are being fully met. This covers areas such as improving public awareness, better support at diagnosis, and the need for accessible transport.
You can find out more and read the full report on the Guide Dogs website.
Posted on the 3rd of October 2022