RNIB


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RNIB

abbreviation for
Royal National Institute of Blind People
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Achieving the Approved Gold status from RNIB requires rigorous testing by accessibility experts and a user evaluation with blind and partially sighted people.
His wife, Gill, also volunteers and has helped find numerous new locations for RNIB collection boxes.
I have a breadth of experience," she tells OT confidently, adding: "I am delighted and privileged to now be in the RNIB CEO role.
Ginny Tyler, head of children's health and care services at RNIB said: "We are delighted that the hydrotherapy pool is now being built at RNIB Pears Centre.
As part of National Eye Health Week - and to introduce the Specsavers and RNIB partnership - Specsavers stores across the UK will be fundraising for RNIB, and colleagues will be taking part in activities to raise awareness and encourage customers to donate.
Chris Hoyle, RNIB Cymru digital inclusion manager, said: "Spending a few hours a month helping a person with sight loss to develop the online skills many of us take for granted can transform that person's life and boost their independence.
Marc Powell, of the RNIB, left, with Mark Makepeace, chief executive of the London Stock Exchange
The Talking Books service provides 4,000 audio books every day, and RNIB, the sight loss charity which runs the service, has announced today that it will now be free for all blind and partially sighted people, to mark its 80th anniversary.
RNIB Glow is open to anyone over the age of 10 and is fully accessible to blind and partially sighted participants.
RNIB Scotland's chairwoman Sandra Wilson voted against the transfer.
RNIB CEO Lesley-Anne Alexander CBE said: "Joyce has been involved with RNIB since attending a Finding your Feet course when her eyesight began to deteriorate.
This year the theme of RNIB Read is the marvellous braille system which uses a series of raised dots to enable blind people to read.