Sight Scotland provide specialist local services to people with visual impairments and sight loss who live in Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian.  

Our expert team will support people affected by sight loss to learn or re-gain essential living and mobility skills. 

Rehabilitation and mobility support 

Living with sight loss can be challenging. If you live in Edinburgh, Midlothian or East Lothian, our rehabilitation and mobility team provide the help and support you need, so you can maintain your independence.   

We can be there for you following diagnosis. If you need specialist support, we will plan together how we can help. 

How we can help

Our team provide practical guidance so that you can keep doing the everyday things that are important to you. Together, we'll develop essential skills to live safely at home, and to navigate the world with confidence.  

Ciaran, a young man who stays at Allermuir, uses a white cane

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