If you are a person who is blind or partially sighted, over 18, who lives in Gloucestershire, then the Gloucestershire Sight Loss Council wants to hear from you. The Sight Loss Council is a group of people who are blind or partially sighted, who have come together as volunteers to work with decision-takers, policy makers and service providers in the county, to bring about positive change for people with sight loss. The priorities we focus on are education, employment, health and social care, sport and leisure, technology, and transport.

 

Have your say now

We want to hear from people who are blind or partially sighted in Gloucestershire, to find out what your experiences are of these issues, what your positive and negative experiences of living as the county are, and what would be your priorities for the Sight Loss Council to work on. You can do this through filling in a short survey.

For those with internet access, the survey can be accessed on a computer or mobile phone at Gloucestershire Sight loss council consultation survey 2020

If you ring our dedicated phoneline, on 020 8996 1937, you can leave a message and someone will call you back to complete the survey over the telephone with you. You can also request a large-print, Braille or audio copy by ringing the dedicated number.

 

The survey is open until 30th April.

 

Sight Loss Councils welcome anyone with sight loss who would like to make a positive difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people in their local area. To find out more about becoming a Sight Loss Council volunteer, please contact Alun Davies on 07779 169019 or [email protected]