Adapting to and learning to live with sight loss can be bewildering, and it can be challenging to know who to turn to in order to get the answers you need. Our team have got the answers. And if they don't, they know where to find them.
For many, help to understand a diagnosis and what it means for the future is vital. Being told you are losing some or all of your sight can be devastating, and so we're here to offer the practical advice and emotional support needed to rediscover life.
We will provide support and a listening ear on a wide range of topics which can include, but are not limited to:
- Registering as blind or partially sighted. Not sure if this would be useful to you? We can guide you on the benefits that registration opens up.
- Changes to your home. Making your home a safer and easier place to live when you have sight loss is important; together with you we'll look at the changes that are right for you.
- Alternative ways of reading, accessing information and the formats which will work best for you.
- Getting around – our mobility training restores independence.
We're here for veterans; to support you through your experience of sight loss and how it impacts your life.
Together, we'll tackle vision loss.
We'll share a wealth of advice and guidance to support you to regain confidence, restore independence and equip you for the future.
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