Case studies

Nicole

Nicole

Vista family support and parent networking is a wonderful service. It is a brilliant way to get to know and connect with other parents, who are in a similar situation as you.

At 8 months, a nurse noticed Nicole’s abnormal eye movement. Since then, Nicole has been diagnosed with Albinism which means she is partially blind.

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Pat

Pat

'It’s just perfect for what I want.'

Pat has been supported by Vista as long as she can remember, and is now enjoying herself in our Kathleen Rutland home.

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Ray

Ray

I really look forward to working in the shop, it makes my day. I love chatting with customers and making them feel welcome.

Ray volunteers twice a week at Vista’s charity shop in Loughborough, which has become a stable part of his schedule.

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Santander

Santander

We left a stronger, closer team and felt proud of the contribution we were able to make.

The bank employees, based at the Carlton Park offices in Narborough, provide vital support by volunteering and fundraising for Vista.

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Sarah

Sarah

"It’s all attitude, and Vista have really helped me realise I can do this. Life can get better, and I am the proof.”"

When Sarah was involved in a life changing road traffic collision, she was scared that she'd lose all her independence. With help from Vista she's growing in confidence again.

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Shain

Shain

The activities have helped him understand that there are others out there who can’t see very well.

Shain was diagnosed with Albinism at birth. He can only see confidently up to a metre and a half away, and anything further is blurry and a vague shadow.

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