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SomersetSight RT @myvisionmatters: Animation launched for #EyeWeek is packed with advice on looking after your eyes. Watch the full video here https://t.…
SomersetSight DYK some people with sight loss have hallucinations? This common condition is known as Charles Bonnet Syndrome… https://t.co/LweanO8WpC
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Infosound We have information about Playback’s audio publications for vision-impaired people in Scotland and further afield:… https://t.co/HLcczHVlyX
Infosound We’ve news of twice-weekly tennis sessions, specifically for vision-impaired people, in London this Autumn:… https://t.co/BX5jWZnJvk
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Infosound We talk with the CEO of @partsight about the charity's range of low-vision equipment and clear print materials:… https://t.co/eGohpYaOsm
SomersetSight Staying Active reduces your risk of developing sight loss #WednesdayWisdom #EyeWeek #VisionMatters https://t.co/GcveMBdyvT
bwtalkingnews The Bridgwater @BWMercury published our article celebrating our 400th edition😀Great publicity for our service Here's to many more
SomersetSight Eating lots of fruit and veg can help look after your eyes! #EyeWeek #eyehealthmatters https://t.co/umoRgJsB8O
Infosound We have information about the range of support offered to members of Ipswich Blind Society in their part of Suffolk… https://t.co/OXIq4FJLli
SomersetSight Interesting article here on #WorldAlzheimersDay! Is macular pigment a biomarker for dementia? https://t.co/ZQw0s5rsNi
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Infosound We talk to @gdcampaigns about their long-standing and ongoing work to make pavement parking illegal across the UK:… https://t.co/PqeJCDopJK
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