SSW, the year ahead: developing a volunteer/member buddy befriending scheme, to match people by shared interests
We’ve said it before and we’re very happy to say it again: our volunteers are vital to the success of SSW. Without this team of dedicated and helpful people we’d
Hello to all Sight Support Worthing members! I am honoured to be the new Volunteer Coordinator. I live in Ferring and love this whole area that we are blessed with.
If you’re a regular visitor to our blog, you’ll have seen our posts about our objectives for this year. If not, you might like to look back at the one
We’d like to know about your experiences of accessing information provided by the NHS (or any publicly-funded adult social care) in a format that suits you and your visual impairment.
We’d love to hear about your experiences of being out in Worthing and travelling around the town. Good or bad, tell us what has affected your ability to manoeuvre the
Take a look at our plans for improving our technology for visual impairment service.
The first in a series of blog posts looking at our objectives for the year ahead.
Two Sight Support Worthing Trustees recently attended a Vaccination Champions training session. The aim of the session was to educate its participants about how the COVID-19 vaccination programme works. The
‘Providing the Jam’ is a fascinating look at the visually impaired community of Worthing, and focuses on the past 100+ years of support that Sight Support Worthing has provided. The