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Sharing is Caring – Stay Active, Stay Social!

The second session from our course of interactive and informative Zoom meetings aimed at helping you address the issues and challenges resulting from sight loss.

Sharing is Caring – Stay Active, Stay Social!
Monday 7th February 2022 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Via Zoom

This is the second of our Zoom sessions from our Moving Forward with Sight Loss course.  You can attend either the sessions that are of interest to you or all of our sessions from this course.

This second session will focus on the benefits of speaking to others and how it can help overcome some of the anxieties faced. Learn about sports, social and peer support groups and the difference they can make.

If you would like any further information or would like to book your place on the course, please call us on 0117 322 4885 or email support@sightsupportwest.org.uk

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