5/14 Western Harbour View
Tel: (Helpline) 0208 417 0942
Visionary was formerly known as the National Association of Local Societies for Visually Impaired People (NALSVI), which was formed in 1991.
Their aim is, and always has been 'to promote the relief of persons who are blind or visually impaired'.
Their purpose is to support local sight loss charities in enabling blind and partially sighted people to achieve their full potential as independent citizens, and to influence and work in partnership with others to improve the quality of life for visually impaired people.
Sight loss can happen to anyone at any time and can be devastating, leading to feelings of isolation and loss of independence. However, with the right help and support, people can and do adapt to living with sight loss.
Visionary believes that local organisations are best placed to offer support - providing, as they do, information, advice and practical help around living with sight loss.
Last updated on 24/10/2013
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