Loneliness, social isolation and sight loss – Report Thomas Pocklington Trust

Posted by on November 1, 2014 in Active & Supportive Communities | 0 comments

This study from Thomas Pocklington Trust found that the majority of people with sight loss are not lonely and highlights a need to investigate what protects them, both from feeling alone and from becoming socially isolated. It highlights the need for services working with people with sight loss to consider individual risk factors for loneliness and social isolation.



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