Welcome to the September/October 2014 edition of NB, the magazine for eye health and sight loss professionals.
How RNIB is responding to Government consultations.
The sector should welcome the chance to shape services for blind and partially sighted people.
Dr Mike Bewick, of NHS England, on his commitment to transform eye health services across England.
Vision UK 2014
In a round-up of the annual Vision UK conference, Radhika Holmström reports on how services for young people can be non-existent.
Radhika Holmström reports on the provision of emotional support for people with sight loss.
Radhika Holmström reports on how homeless people are being given help to look after their sight.
From a TV licence to apprenticeships - useful information to share with your clients.
A report investigates the barriers older blind and partially sighted people face when they want to exercise.
NB investigates diabetic retinopathy and some of the treatments on offer.
Our Suzie goes on a hen night and experiences the true festival weather.
Learn more about some groundbreaking smart glasses developed by RNIB and Oxford University.
The importance of eccentric viewing and steady eye techniques for service users with central vision loss.
RNIB has released information aimed at promoting good practice for eye clinic liaison officers (ECLOS).
Our panel helps a man who hardly goes out and is demanding a "white stick".
Tax advice for people with sight loss.
How a charity used social media to raise awareness and funds to save their Young Blind Club.