Kieran Crosby’s Work Life Transformed As He Becomes First UK User of Orcam MyEye Pro 3

Sight Scotland’s Kieran Crosby, who is severely dyslexic, has become the first UK user of the Orcam My Eye Pro 3.

Leah Takes A Jump To Better Life With Sight Scotland

Leah Cameron, 22, who suffered vision impairment through an acquired brain injury, is getting ready to take a big jump forward to say thank you to the charity which has transformed her life.

Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans Appoint Paul Bott as New Chair of the Board

Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans are delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Bott as the new Chair of the Board.

Mum And Daughter's Tartan Team Up For Sight Scotland

Eilidh Mercer and her daughter Freya are embarking on a fundraising journey across Scotland, participating in three Kiltwalks to say thank you to Sight Scotland.

Epilepsy Tablets Recalled After Joint Action From Sight Scotland, Sight Scotland Veterans and Epilepsy Scotland

Sight Scotland, Sight Scotland Veterans and Epilepsy Scotland have welcomed the news that the Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has recalled epilepsy medication that contained a braille error on the packaging.

Kidscene Bark With Joy Over New ‘Doghouse’ From Sight Scotland Veterans

Children at Sight Scotland’s Kidscene were barking with joy recently over their new ‘doghouse’ style playhouse, which was designed and created by Sight Scotland Veterans.

William’s Marathon Mission: Running for Sofie and Sight Scotland

William Oviatt is running the Edinburgh Marathon to raise money for Sight Scotland to say thank you for all the help and support the charity gave to his family when his daughter, Sofie, was diagnosed with retinal dystrophy.

Do you struggle with mental health?

Do you struggle with mental health? As it is Mental Health Awareness month, Gemma Bromley, Sight Scotland's Community Services Rehabilitation and Mobility Officer, wanted to share a few fun strategies that she has learned over the last decade or so! 

Joint Deputation to the City of Edinburgh Council Transport and Environment Committee

As a joint deputation comprising of the City of Edinburgh Access Panel, RNIB Scotland, Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans, we would like to put our concerns on the record.

Sight Loss Councils Scotland To Hold Inaugural Launch Event In Edinburgh

Sight Loss Councils (SLC) Scotland is set to hold its inaugural launch event at Summerhall in Edinburgh on 25 April 2024.

Focus group welcomes people with experience of AMD

A new focus group is inviting people who experience Scotland’s most common vision loss condition to become involved.

Fair Rail Campaign Win As Free Rail Travel Announced For Companions Of Visually Impaired

Sight Scotland, and its sister charity Sight Scotland Veterans, are celebrating a Fair Rail Campaign victory after Transport Scotland announced free rail travel for companions of blind and partially sighted people.

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