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    Who are we?

    VISION 2020 UK leads collaboration between organisations in the eye health and sight loss sector.

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    What do we do?

    VISION 2020 UK provides a unified response on key issues affecting blind and partially sighted people.

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    Standing Committees

    VISION 2020 UK brings together decision makers in the eye health and sight loss sector.

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    What is the global initiative?

    VISION 2020 UK is part of the IAPB and WHO global initiative for the elimination of avoidable blindness.

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Latest News

RNIB Scotland: How does a blind person who uses braille (the system of raised dots felt by fingertip) interact with today’s online world of bytes and pixels?

8 December 2016

Modern braille-writing equipment can connect seamlessly with personal computers and mobile devices like tablets and smartphones, while text-reading software can vocalise back to you what you've inputted.

Upcoming Events

2Eqipp: Collaborative and placed based working in STPs: Learning with and from Nuka Healthcare System

Friday 9 Dec 2016
The next class in the year long In-Conversation Masterclass series will focus on "Collaborative and placed based working in STPs: Learning with and from NUKA healthcare system".
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Featured Member

WESC Foundation

WESC FoundationThe WESC Foundation is a specialist day and residential centre offering a unique experience for young people and adults with visual impairment including complex needs.

email: info@wescfoundation.ac.uk
web: www.wescfoundation.ac.uk/

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VISION 2020 UK provides a weekly newsletter to subscribers interested in eye health and sight loss issues. The newsletter covers topical news stories from VISION 2020 UK and our members, research, professional insight, events and vacancies within the sector.

Starting Point

A guide for parents and carers whose child has a vision impairment.

This information introduces you to the help and support you may want as the parents and carers of a child with a vision impairment.

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Starting Point
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Recent Resources

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Dec

The Lancet: Vision impairment and risk of frailty: the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing

Age-related vision impairment has been associated with comorbidities, current disability, and poor quality of life. However, it is unclear whether
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Dec

VISION 2020 UK Response to ‘National tariff payment system 2017/18 to 2018/19: a consultation’ 

NHS Improvement and NHS England have put forward proposals for the 2017/19 national tariff payment system. Their main stated objective
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Nov

ADASS and Younifi: Keep Calm and Make It Personal

New Dialogues is a series of think pieces supported by the partners of ADASS. The first thought piece, ‘Let’s Get

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