My voice 2015: the views and experiences of blind and partially sighted people in the UK

December 07, 2015

Tagged with: Disability, Visual impairment

This important new report is based on the findings of telephone interviews with a random but balanced sample of 1,200 registered blind and partially-sighted people aged 18 and over. It includes the findings on the following topics:

  1. Relationships and household.
  2. Sight conditions and sight loss.
  3. Early support.
  4. Health and wellbeing
  5. Domestic life.
  6. Learning and work.
  7. Finances and benefits.
  8. Transport.
  9. Access to information and services.

The report also provides the findings from “open response questions” covering:

  1. Early support.
  2. Making everyday life better.
  3. Other important areas of life.

My voice 2015: the views and experiences of blind and partially sighted people in the UK