Seeing it my way
"Seeing it my Way" works to ensure that blind and partially sighted people can access the support and information services needed for independent living.
Equal access to support services
Survey of blind and partially sighted people
Seeing it my Way outcomes
The 10 outcomes of Seeing it my Way, which are all equal in value, are set out under the following conditions.
- understand my eye condition and the registration process
- have someone to talk to
- can look after myself, my health, my home and my family
- receive statutory benefits and information and support that I need
- can make the best use of the sight I have
- can access information making the most of the advantages that technology brings
- can get out and about
- have the tools, skills and confidence to communicate
- have equal access to education and lifelong learning
- can work and volunteer.
Working with local commissioners
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
Frequently asked questions
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