Take part in a vital study into the lives of blind and partially sighted people
For the first time ever RNIB, Guide Dogs and Thomas Pocklington Trust are jointly carrying out an important piece of research to uncover the realities of life for blind and partially sighted people in the UK today.
We need to hear what you think! What is life like for you. How can we do better?
This research will be used to help us deliver better services and work jointly to make a positive difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people.
The final results from the survey will be shared across the whole sector to improve services and support for people with vision impairment.
The research is carried out via a telephone interview by our research partner DJS research and Acumen which may last up to 50 minutes. Participation is entirely voluntary and you can withdraw from the study at any point. All data is anonymised so you cannot subsequently be identified. The only time this anonymity may be reviewed is if there were serious concerns about yours or someone else’s safety.
If you are blind or partially sighted, we would like to hear from you.
Tell us about your life and what’s most important to you!
Source: Thomas Pocklington Trust