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A Movement to empower

A Movement to empower

Everything we do at CV focuses on transforming lives, the journey to independence. So, it is only befitting to put the spotlight on Natalie, she is officially our Engagement Officer, starting this month.We sat down with Natalie for a quick rewind of her journey and...

From Undervalued to Empowered

Maxine Plowden’s story – I have memories of Croydon Vision (CV) from when I was a child; I was at a school for children with Visual Impairments and CV had an annual party for members. This was my first experience and I really enjoyed it. I was really young...
Sight Loss Not My Barrier

Sight Loss Not My Barrier

Ramsha tells her story – she’s a Masters degree holder, a Volunteer, loves fashion, a you tuber and living with sight loss… I was born with a genetic eye condition called Lebers Congenital Amaurosis (LCA) which is a genetic disorder. It causes severe...

Inclusion & Empowerment

In March 2020, life became restrictive and isolated for our member, David. Croydon Vision reached out to David and he quickly accessed our adapted services; including befriending. When Croydon Vision re-opened its internal doors in July, David was keen to join in,...
Inspiring Others – My Sight Loss Journey

Inspiring Others – My Sight Loss Journey

Blog Post Inspiring Others – My Sight Loss Journey “Things turn out best for the people who make the best of the way things turn out” (John Wooden) Losing one’s vision wasn’t a choice, it seldom is, for me, losing my sight was a gradual occurrence that spanned...
Volunteering Through Change

Volunteering Through Change

Blog Post Volunteering Through Change   Volunteering during this unprecedented period in human history has never been so important or so vital to so many as it is today, to use the words made famous by Winston Churchill during Britain’s darkest hour “Never was so...