A round up of events that are on offer in and around London or online.
Why not join a Managing Sight Loss session?
At London Vision we’ve been hosting Managing Sight Loss session since the summer of 2020 our sessions are held on Zoom and we do our best to ensure everyone can join in.
The content of these sessions explains where to get help and advice, and how to contact your local sensory team and how to explore simple solutions to everyday living with sight loss. The sessions also address the benefits of being registered as blind or partially sighted, introduce you to assistive technology and advise on how to get out and about with confidence. Most importantly, the sessions are an opportunity to hear from you and other participants, as well as any friends and family you would like to join.
If you’d like to join one of the sessions listed below, please drop a line to [email protected] or call 020 3761 3651. Your friends and family are most welcome.
29 July 6pm Esme’s Virtual Friends, CBS support group
This is a regular support group for people who have Charles Bonnet syndrome. Group members explore the implications of living with hallucinations caused by their low vision and ways or remaining positive.
30 July, 1pm Managing Sight Loss: Assistive Technology lunchtime drop in
This relaxed weekly session led by London Vision’s Liam and supported by Graham from Thomas Pocklington allows you to ask your questions regarding assistive technology and to learn from other group members.
The Royal Collection Trust
The Royal Collection trust is delighted to say that their next Descriptive Zoom session will explore a newly released portrait of the Duke of Edinburgh that was painted in the year he retired from public engagements.
The session will start at 2pm on Wednesday 7 September and last about an hour.
Please email [email protected] to book your place.
Macular Disease Conference 2021
Registration is now open for the free virtual conference on Saturday 11 Septemeber. To Register click here to go to the Macular website, where you also can find out more details.
What to expect:
- All the information, expert advice and support you need to understand and live your best life with a macular condition.
- Hear the very latest in treatments and cutting-edge research.
- A chance to put your questions to leading experts in live Q&As
- Tailored sessions for people with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and for those with inherited retinal diseases and of working age.
- NEW session for those newly diagnosed, friends and family.