One of the stated objectives of the charity is to increase the skills of workers in the sector. We believe that a well trained and motivated workforce means that people with sight loss in Wales will get a better, more professional service. As part of this objective we frequently run training sessions – free of […]
The Sight Centre Cymru signposting service is planned to start in New Year 2013. We will soon be recruiting two staff for this new service. It is anticipated that we will pilot the service through Aneurin Bevan Health Board (Royal Gwent) for those people with Sight Loss in the Newport County Council area. We also […]
Sight Cymru commissioned extensive research into the services available for children and young people. All too often, we hear parents say that there are no services in their area, or the services are not what they are looking for.
Sight Support members voted to change the name to Sight Cymru to reflect the fact that the organisation works throughout Wales. Members from Wales Council for the Blind voted to change their name to Vision in Wales. They voted to change their governing document to entitle Sight Cymru to nominate 5 directors.
Working with Wales Council for the Blind, Sight Support is delighted to announce that we have been awarded a major Big Lottery grant to help push forward an electronic Certificate of Visual Impairment in Wales. As part of the project, we hope to give people who lose their sight much faster and more accurate access […]
Sight Cymru delivers key sight loss prevention training to BME community leaders in Wrexham. Minister for Health Lesley Griffiths in attendance.