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'NALSVI, National Association of Local Societies for Visually Impaired People' based in UK Charities supporting local people with a visual impairment. NALSVI was established in 1991 and through its various members is able to reach over 350,000 blind and partially sighted people.[1]

NALSVI is administered by an Executive Committee drawn up of elected representatives from individual visual impairment charities across 12 regions of the UK. A Conference is held at Chester College each July. Members meet on a regular basis to share information, undertake training and work on projects or on campaign issues of benefit to visually impaired people.

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  1. ^ "About NALSVI". NALSVI website. National Association of Local Societies for Visually Impaired People. Retrieved 24 February 2012. 
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