Vision without sight – my view of living with sight loss in London

Alan Pickering profile portraitGuest post by Alan Pickering, President of BESTrustees

Told by his parents to get a job that was pensionable, Alan Pickering has worked at the interface of pensions, business and politics for more than 40 years. He was born with an inherited and progressive sight condition and lost the majority of his sight by the age of 30. Never one to let his sight or the attitudes of others towards it become a barrier to success, Alan has become one of the biggest influencers in the world of pensions.

Writing in Pensions Age he shares his views on living with sight loss in London today and his thoughts on the Vision Foundation’s ambitions for the future.

 

Link to Alan’s guest comment article.