Sting and the Police sang it in 1980, but 'Don't stand so close to me' is probably now more relevant than ever before.
As we emerge from the Covid-19 lockdown into a new type of normal, social distancing will become part of our everyday existence. From taking public transport, shopping for food, standing in a queue, going to work, school or college and even meeting up with friends.
For those with low or no vision, social distancing will present very real challenges and has the potential to impact negatively on our physical and mental wellbeing.
In this special Webinar Wednesday event, we're coming together to talk all things social distancing. We've put together a panel comprising people with sight loss and professionals who work to support them. We'll be discussing everything from the impact of social distancing in different walks of life to exploring ways that you can work around some of these new restrictions with a degree of confidence.
Your voice and views, in this session, are probably more important than ever before, and we want to hear from you are audience. How do you feel about social distancing? Are you anxious about going out and leaving home on your own? Have you any thoughts about how you might protect yourself and those around you?