We’re excited to be improving the accessibility of Croydon Vision over January and February 2022 and we’re adapting our services while the builders are working.
Please feel free to get in touch to find out about our adapted services and activities, some of which will be virtual and some of which will be relocated.
Tel: 020 8688 2486 Email: email@example.com
At Croydon Vision we pride ourselves on working with people of all ages who are visually impaired or blind. We deliver a range of services which are tailor made according to our members’ age and individual needs.
We categorise age groups into the following:
During the week we run a series of social groups, activities and workshops for those aged over 18. The Children & Young People’s Project runs once a month and during all school holidays and half terms. This year we focused on running activities for all ages to join in together – including a Summer BBQ and quiz night.
Our members come to Croydon Vision for a variety of reasons: some wish to volunteer, seek help or advice about employment opportunities and others like to socialise and catch up over coffee or lunch. Croydon Vision has become a lifeline for many of our members and our transport ensures all of our members can easily access our services.
Spring Gala 2022
- Get on your ‘posh frocks’ and join us for an evening of good food
8th April 2022
Eat, Live and Age well
We are a Food Standard Agency 5 star approved organisation.
Our chef provides nutritious meals which are freshly cooked for Monday to Thursday services each week. We take into consideration members dietary requirements and do our utmost best to provide a 2-course meal (mains and dessert).
To promote inclusivity, we now provide a range of options including meat, vegetarian and pescatarian dishes.
The lunch Menu for November:
Visual Awareness Workshop
Our Visual Awareness Workshops are designed to boost empathy, knowledge and confidence around visual impairment.
Our workshop includes:
- Empathy-Boosting Discussion & Hands-On Activities
- Tips & Tricks to Make Life Better for Blind People
- ‘How to Guide’ Upskilling
- Taboo-Smashing Q&A
- Blind-Friendly Recognition
- Info Pack & Certificate
To book email: Info@croydonvision.org.uk
Living with Sight loss
An intensive day of workshops covering all aspects of life, sharing experiences, exploring barriers and finding solutions to help you cope and live life with sight loss. These workshops are relevant to everyone who is partially sighted, severely sight impaired or blind. Family members or friends are also welcome to attend as they can gain some insight and understanding.
- Welcome and introductions
- The Sight Loss Pathway: Moving forwards
- Navigating services: Who helps with what?
- Adapting your home, coping with everyday life, using special devices
- Reading and writing, communication solutions
- Benefits: Are you claiming all the benefits you are entitled to?
- Mobility out and about: In your local area, in London and further afield
- Staying active: Socialising, leisure, work or volunteering
- Setting goals for the future
Book your free place now. Phone Croydon Vision: 0208 688 2486
Or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Voice Podcast
Welcome to Our Voice podcast, brought to you by Croydon Vision.
Everything we do is focused on transforming lives and encouraging people to re-evaluate what’s possible when you are blind or partially sighted. There is life after sight loss.
You can listen to all our podcast episodes on Spotify by clicking on the link below;