BBC Children in Need is the BBC's UK corporate charity.
Over 25,000 children are visually impaired in the UK. This can mean that they have difficulties doing everyday activities such as seeing their parents, recognising objects or even playing with their friends.
"Leo, 3, has a rare eye disease and could have gone blind. At a regular nursery, he could easily get hurt. His mum found it difficult taking him to a mainstream baby group and remembers thinking he'd never play.
He now goes to Dorton House Nursery for visually impaired children where he can play safely and get help to improve his sight before it's too late.
With your help, BBC Children in Need gave Dorton House Nursery, run by The Royal London Society for Blind People, £7,506 to buy sensory toys for a specialist equipment lending library. Children aged from two to seven attend the project and use the equipment you help fund."
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