Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) Quality of Live 2022 survey

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The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) wants to know more about the experiences of:

a) blind people,

b) deaf-blind people, and

c) those living with a vision impairment in the UK today,

and how those experiences affect their quality of life.

They want to understand what’s most important to people – what’s difficult, easy, what’s missing from everyday life and what brings people joy.

To do this, RNIB have created a survey that explores different areas of life.  RNIB will be able to use the information gathered to plan work out where they can have the greatest impact on people’s lives, ensuring people have the kind of support they need and helping people to achieve their goals.

If you would like to help them do this, by taking part in a 30-minute telephone survey, you can directly contribute to RNIB’s understanding of people’s experiences with vision impairment and what is most important to them.

To let them know you would like to take part, or if you’d like more information before deciding, contact: rosa.grossman@revealingreality.co.uk and/or, eliza.bacon@revealingreality.co.uk and/or, sofina.suhaimi@revealingreality.co.uk.

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