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Exciting job opportunity
KTP Associate: Virtual Reality for Vision Rehabilitation and Training The Department of Biomedical Engineering of the University of Strathclyde, in
August 12, 2022
A view from a beach overlooking the sea. There are two pairs of feet visible, both without shoes and socks.
Five tips for an accessible day by the sea
In our latest blog one of our fabulous volunteers, Zee, shares her tips for enjoying a day at the beach.
July 22, 2022
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Newsletter: Summer 2022
Our new and improved newsletter is available to read on our website now! This issue is jam packed with updates
July 21, 2022
The view from the accessibility viewing platform of Lewis Capaldi at TRNSMT 2022
TRNSMT: What is it like when you have sight loss?
In the next of our series of blog posts written by our 18 to 25 year old group, Erin shares
July 13, 2022
Erin and a friend at pride with their flags. Erin's friend has the ally flag which consists of a black and white striped background and a rainbow triangle in the middle. Erin has the bisexual flag with the following stripes: at the bottom is blue, then purple in the middle and at the top is pink. They have the flags wrapped around them so only a little bit of each flag is visible.
Blind at Pride
At Visibility Scotland we’re passionate about empowering everyone we work with, raising awareness and understanding of visual impairment, challenging stereotypes
July 5, 2022
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Patient Support Worker vacancies (2 x posts)
Working at a local and national level, Visibility Scotland aims to affect positive change and improve outcomes for visually impaired
July 1, 2022
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Welcome to our new Head of Operations!
We’re delighted to welcome Emma Scott to Visibility Scotland. Emma has joined us as our new Head of Operations. Read
July 1, 2022
One of our Patient Support Workers, Lianne, in our room in the eye clinic at Gartnavel General Hospital.
Macular week 2022: Jeanette
Jeanette was diagnosed with macular degeneration in August 2021. She’d been having problems with her vision for about 6 months
June 20, 2022
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Diabetes Week 2022: 13 to 19 June
Diabetes Week 2022: 13 to 19 June It’s Diabetes Week. Did you know that one in fourteen people in the
June 13, 2022
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A to Z of hints and tips: Part one
In the first of a regular series, Colin, one of our sensory inspirers from Dumfries, shares his hints and tips for living with sight loss. Colin’s tips are based on his own experience of living with macular degeneration for 21 years.
May 31, 2022
The view of Kelvingrove Art Gallery from Kelvingrove Park. The gallery is a large, ornated, red sandstone building.
Join us for our Walk, Talk, Tea and Cake event!
Join us for our “Walk, Talk, Tea and Cake” event! Do you fancy getting outdoors and enjoying some fresh air
May 10, 2022
Visibility Scotland logo and text reading "We're Hiring!"
Two exciting new opportunities to join our team!
*Please note applications for these vacancies have now closed* Working at a local and national level, Visibility Scotland aims to
April 27, 2022
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