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“I feel happy that Croydon Vision will continue providing services – I feel valued and cared for” – Eddie S

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We work directly with people affected by sight loss in a number of different ways.
Practical Support, Spreading Awareness & Improving Services.
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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Glen Brazier (our Advice & Advocacy Officer) and Kimberley Stevens (Volunteer & Working Age Group Member) share their compelling journeys of transformation at tonight's 'Seeing Beyond the Eyes' webinar by @Visualisetc.
@visionary_uk @Vision_Fdn @LondonVisionUK

Inspiring story of Dan Williams founder of Visualise Training & Consultancy. https://youtu.be/wDbpkP0VYFQ. This video is brilliant so thank you @Visualisetc for sharing! @RNIB @scope @yourcroydon @CroydonVA @HealthwatchCR0

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Advocacy in action

Blog Post - Huntley turned to Croydon Vision for assistance in retrieving a 30yrs old debt based purely on a gentleman’s agreement with his ex-wife. After visiting Huntley-Lloyd at his home and gaining further  information, CV made contact with Huntley’s ex-wife and...

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Adapting to the New Now

Blog Post - 4th November 2020 Adapting to the New Now Dear Stakeholders, I hope that you and your family remain well. Due to recent update from the Prime Minister, we will be closing internal services from 5th November. In July, we made the decision to reopen our...

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Getting out and about

Blog Post - Betty has been a member for several years.  She had become very lonely during the lockdown period and was fearful of venturing out on her own. After several calls, the outreach officer met Betty and they were able to have a cup of coffee and visit the...

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