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When:

Tue 12 Jun 2018, 11:00am–3:00pm

Where: St Mark's Anglican Family Church, 19 Renfrew St, Balclutha, South Otago

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Website:

Listed by: Blind-Foundation

The Blind Foundation is pleased to present a ‘pop up’ open day in Balclutha.

We welcome you to come by to find out more about what the Blind Foundation does, and how it can support people in the area. There will also be a free information session on how people who have low vision or are blind can keep reading using tools and technology.

Free information session:
1pm: How Do I Keep Reading?
Discover the tools and technology that can assist you with your reading needs, and the difference they can make to you or your loved one’s life.

About the pop up open day:
The day is an opportunity for anyone curious about what we do to come by, have a cuppa on us and find out how we help people adjust to deteriorating vision so they can get on with living the life they want.

People can be surprised to learn that although the organisation has the word ‘blind’ in its name, three out of every four people who use the Blind Foundation’s services are not blind.

You do not need to be blind to benefit from the services we have to support with vision loss. The invitation to attend is open to everyone and likely to appeal to those with deteriorating eyesight or low vision and their families, who can find out more about the options available to assist.

For more information visit the website.

About the Blind Foundation:
The Blind Foundation works to enable people who are blind or have low vision to be self-reliant and live the life they choose. As New Zealand’s main provider of vision rehabilitation service, we help people adjust to and make the most of living beyond vision loss.