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									Housing for people with sight loss




            Sarah Buchanan
   Research and Development Manager
       Thomas Pocklington Trust
Research foundations and guidance

   The housing needs of people with sight loss
    (university College London)
   Lighting for people with sight loss in our
    homes (University of Reading)
   The Pocklington Design Guide
   The Housing LIN factsheet
   Lighting at home booklet
   Pocklington Good Practice Guides 1 and 4
Pocklington Design Guide

              Habinteg Housing Association
              Published April 2008 by IHS
               BRE Press
              Endorsed by
               –   Chartered Institute of Housing
               –   College of Occupational
                   Therapists
               –   Society of Light and Lighting
               –   Housing Corporation
Housing for people with sight loss: a
Housing LIN factsheet 26

 For generalist providers
 Raising awareness
 Encouraging action
 Main points for action
 Download from:
www.dhcarentworksorg.uk
IndependentLivingChoices/
Housing/
Lighting at home booklet

   Non-technical
    information
   Lamps and light fittings
   General lighting
   Task lighting
   Sources of help
Good Practice Guide 1

   For specialist providers
   Research summary
   Checklists
   Housing Corporation
    endorsement
Good practice guide 4

   Practical guidance
   Involving people
   Specific spaces
   Indoors and outside
   Checklists
   DH endorsement
Other Pocklington resources

   Forthcoming publication
    –   Lighting implementation: Good Practice Guide 5
   Lighting training
   Consultancy
    –   Audit existing buildings
    –   Review designs for new developments
   Light for Sight strategy 2010
Contact details

Anthony Slater
Lighting Development Manager
Thomas Pocklington Trust

anthony.slater@pocklington-trust.org.uk

www.pocklington-trust.org.uk

								
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