Supporting People with Sight Loss
We help and support anyone, of any age, living with visual impairments across Scotland. Our aim is to help and support people living with a visual impairment to live independent and fulfilling lives.
Visibility Scotland is VERY proud to announce that our Glasgow office, Queen’s Crescent will be a temporary home to some of NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHSGGC Low Vision Clinics. Click Our services for more information.
To support the health and well-being of our staff, service users and volunteers, we have suspended all face-to-face services and our offices have now closed. Our staff are still here to help, call us on 0141 332 4632. Please keep checking back for more information. Take care everyone! ❤️
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We are delivering a wide range of accessible training for children, family members, students, teachers and any other professionals who might be interested – find out more information here, link takes you to Shine on Access training information Shine on Access Information
What we do
Visibility Scotland is a charity supporting children and adults who are blind or partially sighted and live in Scotland. We also offer support to families and carers of anyone affected by sight loss. We can help you in lots of different ways through your journey.
How you can help?
Have you ever thought about becoming a volunteer? From helping out with bucket and can collections to becoming a befriender or offering peer support, we want to hear from you! Become a Visibility Scotland volunteer and help us to reach and support even more people with a visual impairment. Help us to help others.
Thank you for helping us change lives – last year we worked with:
2,238 people living with a visual impairment by providing a range of support services, project and initiatives.
170 babies, children, young adults and families supported through our dedicated Children & Families Project
100 volunteers kindly gave their time to support our work in a wide range of ways – from can collections and events to befriending and providing peer support
Do you know about the wide range of aids and equipment that could help you with day to day tasks? Find out more about our Resource Room, come in and try aids and equipment or find out when we will be in your local area with tech. Find out what is exactly right for you!