What We Do

Group of young people smiling at the camera with a Beefeater at the Tower of London

Easter Programme 2019

We’ve got loads of exciting new things happening this Easter holiday. From ice skating and kickboxing to cooking and off road driving, there’s something for everyone. Age groups are shown in brackets.
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Family Support Service - 2 year old Liam smiling in his dad's arms.

Family Support Service

Sight loss doesn’t just affect your child - as a parent, you need support too. Our Family Support Service provides practical and emotional support at every stage of your family’s experience with sight loss.
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Two young people do work on a computer


Think a vision impairment will stop you from getting a job? Think again! If you're aged 16-25 we can offer you one to one support to help you fulfil your ambitions.
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A group of young people play blindfold football in a sports hall

Health and Well-being Clubs

Want to get involved with new sports and activities but not sure where to start? Come along to one of our action-packed Health and Well-being clubs, designed specially for visually impaired kids and young adults.
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Four of the RSBC Choir are performing at a concert wearing red RSBC tshirts

Music Group

The RSBC Music Group is a fun, free group based in East London, open to all blind and visually impaired young people aged 11-25 with a passion for music.
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RSBC Youth Forum

Youth Forum

The RSBC Youth Forum is a group of vision impaired young people committed to bringing about positive change for young people who are blind or partially sighted.
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You can call us between 9am-5pm Monday - Friday on 020 3198 0225. Prefer us to call you?