13 October 2016
Source: VISION 2020 UK
VISION 2020 UK, the umbrella organisation which leads collaboration in eye health and sight loss, has marked World Sight Day with a rollout of a national project, aimed at improving the information given to families at the point of diagnosis of their child’s vision impairment.
Read more VISION 2020 UK launches Starting Point – first steps for families of vision impaired children
1 March 2016
World Sight day 2015 saw an increased number of events across the globe. Participation was high both online and offline.
Read more IAPB: World Sight Day Activities Report 2015
22 October 2015
Source: Optical Confederation
MP for Stoke-on-Trent North, Ruth Smeeth, visited L. Thompson Optometrists in Kidsgrove on Thursday 8th October to find out why regular eye tests are so important in preventing blindness.
Read more Local MP calls on constituents to look after their eyesight by having regular eye tests
13 October 2015
A unique but unsettling glimpse into the harsh lives of blind adults and children in turn-of-the-century Edinburgh was made public on World Sight Day.
Read more RNIB: Seeing our History – Living with Sight Loss in Edwardian Edinburgh and Lothians
9 October 2015
Source: Insight Radio
World Sight Day and the theme for this year’s awareness raising event is ‘Eye Care For All’. Mercy Jeyasingham speaks to Insight Radio’s Alice Glossop https://audioboom.com/boos/3668159-vision-2020-world-sight-day
Read more World Sight Day – VISION 2020 UK CEO
8 October 2015
The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) and many eye care organisations, professionals, beneficiaries and supporting public will be celebrating World Sight Day (WSD) today.
Read more World Sight Day