Read about the people that we support and the services that we provide on our blog. You can also find out about forthcoming events and ways to support us.
The Royal Blind charity eBay auction goes live this Friday 20 February at 4.00pm.
21 year old Greg Renton is registered blind, has learning difficulties and uses a wheelchair. He enjoys short breaks at Forward Vision to socialise and participate in activities. It also gives his parents respite.
Royal Blind is encouraging you to take up a challenge and help raise funds for our charity as part of our annual fundraising campaign, Royal Blind Week.
The Royal Blind School was a centre for informative discussion on the move from school into adult life, as parents, carers, teachers and speakers from many different organisations gathered for the successful 'Post School Transition' event.
We’re encouraging everyone to take up a challenge and help raise money for our annual fund raising campaign, Royal Blind Week, which takes place from 23 February to 1 March.
At Royal Blind, we like to read about the latest advances in technology which may, in future, help improve the lives of blind and partially sighted people.
Congratulations to Forward Vision who won third place in the UK wide 'Care Home Idols' music competition.
The move from school to adult life is a big change for anyone, but young people with additional support needs can face even greater challenges.
To prepare and inform parents and carers for their own child's post-school transition, the Royal Blind School is hosting an information event on Tuesday February 10.
Braille still has an important role to play in the mix of accessible formats, but the code is evolving for the 21st century. Several distinct Braille codes, such as maths, computing and literary versions, are being brought together into one single set of rules – Unified English Braille (UEB). This has been adopted as the official Braille code in major English-speaking countries.