Three charity CEOs going by the name of ‘The Three Tenners’ have finished their gruelling challenge of each completing 10 Olympic and Paralympic events in 10 months, so far raising over £17,000 for improved services for blind and partially-sighted people. The events kicked off on January 1st this year with a 12k run up Box Hill. The last event, sculling, took place last week (November 2nd) at the London Regatta Centre at Royal Albert Dock.
- SeeAbility is the operating name for The Royal School for the Blind, a national charity which has for over 200 years provided support for people who are blind or partially sighted and have additional disabilities. They currently operate a range of services in Bristol, Devon, East Sussex, Hampshire, Humberside, Kent, London, Sheffield, Somerset, Surrey and West Sussex.
- SeeAbility offers a wide range of specialised residential, community and rehabilitation services for people with a visual impairment and additional disabilities. They aim to provide each individual with the support they need to develop essential life skills for greater independence and a fulfilling life.
- SeeAbility's eye 2 eye Campaign is improving eye care and vision for people with a learning disability through access to information, specially adapted sight tests and low vision support.
- SeeAbility provides a comprehensive range of information and advice on eye care and vision for people with learning disabilities and eye care professionals visit www.seeability.org.
- SeeAbility is a member of UK Vision Strategy and Eye Health Alliance which promote awareness of and the importance of regular accessible sight tests.
- SeeAbility's Head Office is based in Epsom, Surrey. For further information call 01372 755000.
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