- Our Vision, Mission and Values
- Who We Are and What We Do
- Contact us
- How NCBI is governed
- Careers at NCBI
- 80 years
- Department of Research and Policy
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- Putting People First
- About NCBI Leaflet
- Annual Report 2007
- Annual Report 2011
- Cost of Sight Loss Report 2011
- Eyes on the Future Report
- Framework to Adopt a Strategic Approach for Vision Health in Ireland
- NCBI Annual Report 2008
- NCBI Annual Report 2009
- NCBI Annual Report 2010
- NCBI Low Vision Service Leaflet
- National Mobility Study
Summary: NCBI’s mission will be implemented through the pursuit of the six strategic goals outlined below.
To deliver quality nationwide services which are relevant and innovative.
To provide services in partnership with those who use them and, where appropriate, to collaborate with other organisations in promoting the well-being, social and cultural inclusion, and the economic independence of people who are blind or vision impaired.
To support and/or conduct research relating to vision loss in order to ensure the continued provision of innovative and relevant services by NCBI and the public and private sectors as a whole, as well as the development of eye health initiatives.
To work toward a barrier-free environment, by providing expertise, education and assistance in making buildings, services, technologies and information accessible to people who are blind or vision impaired.
To pursue the elimination of discrimination based on vision loss by influencing public policy and increasing public awareness.
To foster the highest level of staff performance in a progressive workplace through continuous learning and professional development.