MertonVision (Merton Voluntary Association for the Blind) was established in 1965. We are the premier sight loss charity in south London helping over 400 people a year. We provide a range of services and activities for individuals and their families who are blind or partially sighted. Services such as: rehabilitation, volunteer home visiting, information & advice, children’s club, access to counselling and activities which include lunch club, coffee morning, art, falls prevention, dance, quizzes.
We work with children and young people, working age adults and adults over 65 and strive to help them to stay independent, confident and fully active.
MertonVision believes in the right of an individual to a full role in society. Our aim is to support and provide services to individuals at different times in their lives to enable them to achieve that objective and to deliver the highest possible quality of services to many more blind and partially sighted people in Merton.
MertonVision was established to …. grant assistance to all blind and partially sighted persons ordinarily resident in the London Borough of Merton…visiting of blind and partially sighted persons in their own homes, hospitals or elsewhere with a view to affording them comfort and encouragement and assistance in the solution of domestic and other problems… provide every other service and assistance necessary for the benefit, health and comfort of blind and partially sighted persons in relation to their visual impairment and any other impairment they may have.