Sight loss charity, iSightCornwall, brought its community roadshow to Launceston Town Hall. The event gave local blind and partially sighted people the chance to try out different gadgets and devices that make everyday tasks easier.
A word from Specsavers Launceston
Specsavers Cornwall stores announced their support for iSightCornwall at this year’s Royal Cornwall Show.
Julia Peggs, store director at Launceston Specsavers, said: ‘Specsavers Launceston are delighted to be working with iSightCornwall and are looking forward to welcoming their patients.’
A word from the charity
Terri Rosnau-Ward, Chief Executive of iSightCornwall said: ‘We understand the life-changing impact that a visual impairment can have which is why our services are designed to help people lead more active and independent lives.’
iSightCornwall is the only dedicated centre of resource for the estimated 22,000 people living with sight loss in Cornwall. The community drop-in events and new low vision clinic are just two of the steps the charity is taking to reach more of those people.