Visibility Scotland is a national charity. 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.
What we do
We can help you in lots of different ways whether you’ve just been diagnosed with sight loss or have been living with a visual impairment for several years.
From support with the latest assistive technology to a listening ear at the end of the phone, we’re here to help you access the right support at the right time.
How you can help
Every donation, big or small, will help us to provide life-changing services for people with sight loss. We wouldn’t be able to continue our vital work without the generosity of our supporters.
Host an office bake sale, sign up for a monthly donation or take part in a sponsored event. There’s a way for everyone to get involved!
Thank you for helping us change lives. Here are some of our recent achievements:
In 2022 we supported 2,752 people living with a visual impairment through our range of online, phone and face to face services.
In 2022 we supported 1,687 people through our hospital-based Patient Support Services. We have services in NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Princess Alexandra Eye Pavilion in Edinburgh and a newly launched service in St. John's Hospital in Livingston.
In 2022, 866 people contacted our information line with questions about living with sight loss. Our team can be contacted by phone, email or through the Be My Eyes app.