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Community

Living independently is important to people living with sight loss and key to leading a fulfilling life. We can help you to navigate and access services to support your own independence with practical information and resources.

Covering a wide range of issues and aspects of everyday life, we offer one-to-one support via our community workers, eye clinic liaison and befriending services, and a wide range of resources at our three Norfolk community hubs in Norwich, King’s Lynn and Great Yarmouth.

Call 01603 573000 or email office@visionnorfolk.org.uk

Terry Holding A Golf Club

Terry’s eyesight was severely impaired after he suffered a stroke. Terry has rebuilt his confidence and walks with a cane to raise awareness of his limited sight. “Collectively, sight loss charities represent only ten per cent of those with visual impairment in Norfolk – we want more people, particularly young people looking for employment, training and social support, to know Vision Norfolk can help them to live independently.