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Supporting people with sight loss

We help and support anyone, of any age, living with a visual impairment across Scotland. Our aim is to help people with sight loss to live independent and fulfilling lives.

Visibility Scotland services are open and we look forward to welcoming you at our premises. However, we would like to remind visitors that they should not attend an appointment if they suspect they have any Covid-19 symptoms. You can call the office on 0141 332 4632 and we will be happy to rearrange your appointment to another suitable time.

A full list of Covid-19 symptoms can be found on the NHS Inform website:

NHS Inform: Coronavirus (Covid-19)

We’re delighted to announce that our wellbeing café, The Haven, will now take place every month at our Glasgow office. The Haven is being run in partnership with Woodlands Community Development Trust. You can drop-in and visit us at The Haven from 10am to 3pm on the last Tuesday of the month:

10am to 12pm – hot drinks and snacks

12pm to 3pm – hot drinks and a hot main meal

The Haven is open to anyone living with sight loss and their friends and family. All food and drink is provided free of charge (donations welcome).

Don’t forget to check out our latest updates in our news section.

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Our fundraiser, Louise, and three of her friends smiling and wearing Visibility Scotland t-shirts at the start of the Kiltwalk.

Thank you for helping us change lives. Here are some of our recent achievements:

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2,345

In 2021 we supported 2,345 people living with a visual impairment through our range of online, phone and face to face services.

Find out more about our services
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285

We've provided training on creating accessible documents to 285 professionals from 56 different organisations through our Scottish Government funded "Tech Works" project.

Find out more about our training for professionals
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£25,000

We are delighted to announce that the Blindcraft Charitable Trust have awarded us £25,000 to fund our "Little Explorers" project, providing support to children aged 0 to 5, and their families.

Find out more about our Little Explorers project
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