Vision Foundation

Outside: Loneliness and Isolation

Our latest report explores how people who are blind and vision impaired experience loneliness and isolation.

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An elderly man looks away from the camera in a grey shirt and khaki coloured vest. The text reads Outside: Insights into loneliness and isolation for blind and vision impaired people

We believe in a future where people living with sight loss are equal citizens and preventable blindness is a thing of the past.

Through breakthrough research and life-changing services, we will build a better world for blind and partially sighted people.

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17 hours ago

Announcing the Zakarian Award winners! An award that gives early-stage ophthalmologists the means to conduct research to further cures and treatments for sight loss. This year over £73k has been awarded to researchers.Dr Charles O’Donovan (King's College London) who is researching inflammatory eye diseases, Dr Christos Iosifidis, (Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust) who is researching mucopolysaccharide diseases and Miss Christine Kiire, (Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) who is researching diabetic retinopathy. Find out more here 🔗 #EarlyResearch #Opthalmology ... See MoreSee Less
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