About Us

Visual impairment consultancy services

At Eyes For Success, we provide visual impairment consultancy services to schools and companies in London. Contact us for more information.

About our director

Ramona Williams founded Eyes For Success in London to help people with sight loss. She was born with a rare eye condition called Congential Toxoplasmosis. Ramona completed her primary and secondary school education in London, where she took part in regular school activities. As a child, her parents helped her to become a confident and independent person, which enabled her to go to shops and learn to ride a bike and Rollerblade. 
Visual impairment consultancy services

Our director has worked with the following associations:

  • Hammersmith and Fulham Council - Disabled People's Commission
  • Westfield Shopping Centre (Shepherds Bush ) - Disabled People Forum
  • Westfield Shopping Centre (Shepherds Bush) - Staff Visual Awareness Training
  • Central West London Vision
  • Shepherds Bush Housing Association
  • Four Swans Vision
  • Metro Blind Sports
  • Vision4Growth
  • Imperial College Students
Contact us for more information on our various events.
Tennis for visually impaired people

Tennis for visually impaired people

In June 2014, two weeks before Wimbledon, Ramona attended a tennis demonstration with Tim Henman, Amanda Holden and Judy Murray at the Stratford Westfield Shopping Centre. Ramona spoke about how visually impaired people can play tennis using special equipment. Take a look the gallery section for pictures.
"Ramona has helped myself to gain confidence to go out and about, do things, take part in events and social activities. Ramona is knowledgeable about all types of things that are happening around her. She has also given me the confidence to travel on all different types of transport when engineering works are being carried out on the tube or train."

- Minerva Ainsworth
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Contact Eyes For Success on
07730 410 788 
for visual impairment consultancy services in London.
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