Blind and partially sighted people are twice as likely to be inactive than people without sight loss. Do you want to help change this?
RNIB and British Blind Sport are working together to raise awareness among the two million people with sight loss in the UK, and across the sports sector, about how more blind and partially sighted people can get involved with sport and physical activity.
See Sport Differently is a Sport England funded programme, designed to level the playing field for people with sight loss so that every person who wants to get active can do so, regardless of their sight. It’s all about changing perceptions that sight loss is a barrier to sport or physical activity across the sports sector and amongst people with sight loss themselves; equipping organisations and people with positive behaviours to break down barriers and allow more blind and partially sighted people to get involved.
Join us in May, where we’ll be finding out more about See Sport Differently and how you can get involved, increasing your reach and interaction with people and organisations in your area.
Terms and conditions:
- This one hour session is for Visionary members only. To find out more about membership, see our membership page at https://www.visionary.org.uk/join-us/ or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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- We may share with your organisation details of your registration and attendance record on the Visionary sessions.