New Eye Care Support Pathway wins cross-sector backing for transforming the way people with care needs and sight loss are helped emotionally and practically.
Retina UK has joined with more than 80 disability charities who have today written to the Chancellor calling for urgent support with the cost of living for disabled people.
James Birtley is a Retina UK supporter and volunteer who is living with retinitis pigmentosa. He is also a scientist with a particular interest in the structure of proteins, the complex molecules that form the building blocks of our bodies.
In this article, we hear Colin's story and the reasons why he has hope for the future.
Biotechnology company ProQR has announced that two of its RNA therapy development programmes for inherited sight loss are being acquired by Laboratoires Théa, a company specialising in eye care products.
Progress towards treatments for inherited retinal conditions continues to gather pace and there’s been lots going on in the last few months, with more and more approaches being explored. This round-up gives a flavour of the variety of developments, including plenty that are not specific to a particular genetic fault.
Formal notice of the forthcoming Annual General Meeting in June 2023.
The BBC World Service has undertaken an investigation of unproven treatments for retinitis pigmentosa (RP) and has produced a documentary film, called Blind Faith, which is available on BBC iPlayer.
The cost-of-living crisis is having a major impact on the lives of blind and partially sighted people. Many people are becoming increasingly concerned about how they will make ends meet. Sight Loss Charities have come together as between us we can offer help and support.