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Veterans with low vision using virtual reality headsets to enjoy mountain views

Veterans with visual impairment are able to experience some of Scotland's iconic mountains thanks to virtual reality headsets.

Veterans make commemorative bench to express gratitude to Hawkhead Bowling Club.

On Tuesday, March 21, our Sight Scotland Veterans' at Hawkhead Center offered a memorial bench to the Hawkhead Bowling Club representatives. 

Glenrothes veteran stars in new TV advert for Sight Scotland Veterans

An army veteran with visual impairment is starring in a new TV advert on STV. Derek Donaldson the difference in his independence since he received support from Sight Scotland Veterans has been "night and day".

Veteran with macular degeneration sharing his passion for archery

When it comes to archery, RAF veteran Jim McPike has more experience than most. Jim, 91 years old, has been shooting arrows since he was young.

Fife WWII veteran with sight loss, 100, regains independence with reading

100-year-old World War Two veteran, Cath Drummond, is delighted to be enjoying printed text again with her new audio scanner

Why sight loss can affect sleep

Sleep is essential for our general health and wellbeing. However, vision loss can affect the body’s sleep schedule. People with visual impairment can experience more insomnia and tiredness during the day, as a result.

Veterans need not lose sense of who they are because of changes to their sight