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We work directly with people affected by sight loss in a number of different ways.
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We provide quality information, advice, advocacy, tech training and counselling services are invaluable in helping blind and partially sighted people to thrive, in spite of their sight loss. We also combat the isolation and powerlessness that can come hand in hand with visual impairment, by facilitating peer support groups and recreational activities.

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Alice Christina-Corrigan is a visually impaired actor/theatre-maker passionate about breaking the barriers of accessible theatre. She's worked with the Everyman Rep Company & Cosomount studios. Her latest project ‘Past Life’ is a 1 woman show surrounding the stages of a breakup.

Yesterday was our final Fit & Fab session and we'd like to congratulate all of the women who took part @kingston_blind @sutton_vision @MertonVision . Thanks to @ThisGirlCanUK @CVATraining for all of your support. #FitnessGoals #healthyLifestyle #TogetherWeCan #FABULOUS #Wellbeing

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3 Ways We’re Making Lockdown Less Lonely

3 Ways We’re Making Lockdown Less Lonely

Blog Post The last 12 months has certainly had us all scratching our heads about how to stay healthy as well as connected. Here at Croydon Vision we've developed a few ways to help us all keep our sense of wellness and community until a time we can all be together...

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Adapted Services – Lunch

Blog Post - “It’s such a great service. Thanks for supporting my needs” (Vee) “Croydon Vision have been able to cater to my dietary requirements, providing me with a selection of wonderful, hot tasty food. I no longer need to worry about arranging food” (Pauline) “I...

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Adapting to the New Now – January 2021

Blog Post 7th January 2021                                         Adapting to the New Now Dear Stakeholders, I hope that you and your family/friends remain well. We had great expectations of reopening 4th January 2021. However, with such rapid increase of the...

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