Friday 17 September online from 11am-12:30pm
Did you, like many blind and partially sighted people, feel isolated during lockdown? Now that everything is opening up, have you found your confidence in travelling independently has been affected? If so, you are not alone!
Merseyside Sight Loss Council is holding a VI Forum on Friday 17 September to talk specifically around these issues and the support and services that exist to help blind and partially sighted people. Join us!
We would love to hear from you and invite you to share your experiences. You will also be able to put questions to our panel.
The online session will commence on Zoom from 11am-12:30pm.
• Michael Crilly, Director of Social Inclusion & Participation, Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust, The Life Rooms
• Ian Edwards, Service Manager, Sightline befriending service
• Kelly Barton, Founder, Six Dots Counselling
When filling in our short registration form, you will be asked if you would like to submit a question in advance. Please note, a selection of questions will be used at the event. You will also be able to ask questions in the chat.
Please register for the virtual event by 5pm on 17 September.