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Visual Impairment Awareness Training

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] OAB runs training courses that help people to understand how it may affect someone to live with sight loss. These sessions give sighted […]

Oxford Rotary Club Fun Run 2016

A huge ‘thank you’ to everyone who took part for OAB in the Oxford Rotary Club Fun Run on 7 May at the University Parks in Oxford. It was a real team effort […]

Blind Rider in tandem for Bike Oxford

Alan Howell, who is registered blind, and Paul Hardy are teaming up to ride tandem in this year’s Bike Oxford event which takes place on Sunday 13th September. Paul, a […]

Oxford Half Marathon 2014

Thanks to our amazing team of 6 runners who took part in the 2014 Oxford Half Marathon for OAB on Sunday 12th October. We really appreciate all your efforts in […]

Technology Assistance at OAB

OAB offers technology assistance to people who are living with sight loss.  There are one-to-one sessions with a trainer, focussed on individual requirements – whether it’s getting started for the first time, […]

Corporate Partnerships

Corporate Partnerships As a local organisation working across the county of Oxfordshire, there are many ways that we can support companies who are kind enough to raise money for us. […]

Volunteer

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] OAB has over 100 volunteers, who are vital to our work.  They help in the office, send out our newsletter, run our groups and staff […]

Visual Impairment Team (OCC)

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] This is the professional specialist team for visually impaired people who are part of the Social and Community Services Department of Oxfordshire County […]

Help with IT at Home

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] This project serves people throughout Oxfordshire who are visually-impaired and would benefit from help adapting their computers.  If your sight is making it […]

BWFB Radio Loan Scheme

[Audio clip: view full post to listen] If you are registered as blind or partially sighted, and receive some kind of income benefit, then you may be entitled to a […]

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