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Moorvision offer our heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family and join the nation in sharing their grief on the loss of Her Majesty the Queen. We will be closed on Monday 19th Sept for the day.

Moorvision offers information, advice, support, activities and shared experiences for families of children and young people with vision impairment (including those with additional needs) aged 0-25 years, and for parent/carers with vision impairment in Devon (including Plymouth and Torbay) and Cornwall. We also welcome families from Somerset and Dorset.

Vision impairment is one of the least common disabilities of childhood and it can be hard for these children and their families to meet others in the same position. Moorvision runs activities, residential trips, parent/carer training and other support sessions. We have an information packed newsletter, a database of useful resources and a very busy Facebook page. We can provide advice on all aspects of your vision impaired child’s care or signpost you to relevant organisations for further help.

Our activities include the child with vision impairment along with the whole family. We especially recognise the importance of including siblings in our work. 

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Covid-19 Statement 2022

To all our families. We know that Covid is still very much with us and that this is a worrying and difficult time for many of you and especially if you have a family member with additional needs.

Moorvision will be following all NHS and Government Guidelines regarding our working practice. We undertake full Covid risk assessments for all we do and decisions on all future events will be made in the best interests of all members.

Please ensure that you are up to date at all times with NHS advice and call 111 if you or any of your family you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home, have a condition that gets worse or have symptoms that do not get better after 7 days.

Moorvision are also advising any of our families with children who are immunocompromised to seek specific medical advice and call 111 if they have any additional concerns.

Please take great care of yourselves.