Community services for you, launching soon

We are striving to connect to even more people impacted by sight loss. We want to be there to provide practical advice and emotional support from the moment that visual impairment is diagnosed.

At Sight Scotland, we know that sight loss is challenging not only for the individual but for the people around them too. It can leave people feeling isolated and lacking confidence. But it needn’t be like that.  

With the right support and tools, things can be very different. Together we'll tackle the impact of vision loss on your life. 

Our ambition is to reach those who need us, in their own homes and communities, online and over the phone. We will provide tailored support delivered by experienced experts.

Get in touch if you need a helping hand, and sign up to be the first to hear about our new service.

A rehab officer supports a veteran using a long cane at a busy road

We make personal connections. We listen, and are generous with our time. We empower people with sight loss to overcome barriers to reach their maximum potential.

Because at Sight Scotland, we believe everyone with sight loss deserves the opportunity to lead a fulfilling life.

We understand that sight loss has an impact on confidence, on self-esteem and can make everyday life challenging. 

But with the right tools, strategies and support, everyone with sight loss can live well – today and every day.

Andrew, a Royal Blind School pupil, with a tandem bicycle

When a loved one is facing up to sight loss, we know it can be hard to know where to start.  

At Sight Scotland, we know that sight loss is challenging not only for the individual but for the people around them too.

That’s why our new services support family members and friends to, in turn, support their loved one adapt to sight loss. From the point of diagnosis, when it's most difficult to know where to turn - we'll be there. 

We can equip you to be the best possible support for your loved one. 

Veteran and his partner at the Kirkcaldy lunch group

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