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Wales Council Blind
Wales Council of the Blind is the umbrella agency representing vision impairment.
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Penarth Library 📚 48m
Our FREE Audio Book Club for the & meet every 2nd Thursday of the month. Next meeting is 2pm on December 13th For further information see the poster below or our facebook event:
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Wales Council Blind 3h
Delighted that & will be talking at our SE Wales Regional Forum Meeting on Tuesday 11th December in Newport
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There's an article about the support provided by in our recent Perspectif supplement (page 16)
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Thomas Pocklington Trust 3h
To raise awareness of Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS) on its first Patient Day, Roger Cole presenter of wrote a blog for In it, he shares his journey on finding out about, battling and living with CBS. It's a great read:
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Norrie Disease UK 4h
What is ? It's a rare genetic condition causing blindness/severe visual impairment from birth, and many secondary conditions including progressive hearing loss. It affects mainly boys. NDF is in contact with 40 Norrie families in the UK
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Wales Council Blind 4h
First meeting of the new Support Group in Carmarthen is this Thursday (22/11) at 10.30
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STRiVE VICTA Ambassadors 4h
'More than skin deep' - Are you a beauty enthusiast or interested in journalism? If so, Elin's interview with in the first edition of STRiVE might be the perfect Monday morning read!
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Norrie Disease UK 5h
It's Day One of - today we will be sharing information about and the rationale behind the Norrie Disease Foundation
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British Blind Sport 23h
Open Day for prospective students, families and professionals working with young people Friday 7th December, 11am – 5pm For more information and to request a booking form call 01432 376 621 or email info@rnc.ac.uk
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Wales Council Blind Nov 17
Includes info on accessibility at Cardiff's Winter Wonderland
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Guide Dogs Campaigns Nov 16
Can you help us make sure people with sight loss have positive experiences when shopping? Sign our letter to get our top tips for shops
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VICTA Children Nov 16
decoration time! Send us your home-made decorations in return for a treat & help decorate our tree. There are vouchers up-for grabs for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. Open to children who are blind or partially sighted:
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NHS Nov 16
Today is . In Charles Bonnet syndrome, a person whose vision has started to deteriorate sees things that aren't real (hallucinations). As the condition is caused by failing eyesight, they are not related to mental health problems:
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Wales Council Blind Nov 16
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Wales Council Blind Nov 16
Excellent interview about , which causes visual hallucinations, and how is helping.
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Wales Council Blind Nov 15
There's still time to apply for 's 'Living with Sight Loss' course on 29 November & 6th December in , for advice on increasing confidence and independence
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Thomas Pocklington Trust Nov 15
Are you a with ? If so, we want to hear from you! We are gathering responses on Disabled Student's Allowance. For more information or to take part please email tara.chattaway@pocklington-trust.org.uk or message us on here! 👩‍🎓 👨‍🎓
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Look After Your Eyes Nov 14
Did you know people who have diabetes are more likely to develop cataract than people who do not? Find out more about diabetes and eye health on our website:
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Macular Wales Nov 14
Come and visit us today at Glangwili General Hospital, Carmarthen to raise awareness during SENSORY LOSS AWARENESS MONTH @ Low Vision Services Wales
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RNIB Nov 14
If you have diabetes, it's important to have a retinal screening every year to check for changes in your eyes. Early detection and treatment of problems can stop you from losing sight.
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