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An EyeCan! course participant preparing stuffed peppers in the Visibility Scotland kitchen, assisted by a Visibility Scotland staff member.
Sign-up for our EyeCan! course
At the end of last year, we piloted EyeCan!, our brand new six-week self-management course, with some encouraging and positive
January 11, 2022
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2021 Round Up
As the year comes to a close we’d like to share some of our highlights from the past 12 months:
December 31, 2021
Visibility Scotland logo and text reading "We're Hiring!"
Rehabilitation Officer Visual Impairment (ROVI)
Vacancy: Rehabilitation Officer Visual Impairment Working at local and national level, Visibility Scotland aims to affect positive change and improve
December 22, 2021
A red tea cup and saucer sitting on a table.
Blue Monday Pop Up Café
Every year, the third Monday of January is nicknamed ‘Blue Monday’. The theory is that this day is particularly gloomy
December 15, 2021
Text reads: Win a Visibility Scotland Grab Bag! Grab bag contents: bumpons, LED reading light, sharpie pen, finger guard, ruler, a Visibility Scotland branded face mask and a Visibility Scotland branded canvas bag. The reading light is shown clipped onto a book which is open on a reading stand (book and stand not included in grab bag contents).
Christmas raffle 2021
Today we launch our Christmas raffle! You could win one of our grab bags, worth £20! The bag is full
December 1, 2021
Line drawing of an open book
New Edinburgh sensory directories
Have you checked out our new Edinburgh sensory directories? The directories have been funded by See Hear and created in
October 15, 2021
Our CEO, Laura Walker, wearing a face mask in our resource centre at Queen's Crescent. Aids and equipment for demonstration are placed around the room.
Covid-19: How we Used our Building Differently During the Pandemic
Covid-19 and its Impact on Visual Impairment In Glasgow City, there are an estimated 15,700 people living with sight loss (Pezzullo
September 15, 2021
The Deafblind Scotland and Visibility Scotland logos with the text "Right to Dream"
New Partnership with Deafblind Scotland: Right to Dream
Right to Dream (R2D) Project We are delighted that Deafblind Scotland and Visibility Scotland are partnering to deliver the ‘Right
September 10, 2021
Nicola and Visibility Staff member, Craig, sitting at a table with an iPad and iPhone on it. Nicola is wearing dark glasses and Craig is wearing PPE.
Launch of our new project supporting working-age people in Dumfries and Galloway
New project launches to help working-age people living with sensory impairment  Working-age people across Dumfries and Galloway who are living
September 6, 2021
The Visibility Scotland office at 2 Queen's Crescent
A History of 2 Queen’s Crescent
Last week we announced our plan to regenerate 2 Queen’s Crescent, Visibility Scotland’s office in Glasgow. We will shortly be
August 27, 2021
The main entrance of 2 Queen's Crescent, Visibility Scotland's office in Glasgow
Plan to regenerate 2 Queen’s Crescent
Visibility Scotland is pleased to announce an ambitious plan to regenerate 2 Queen’s Crescent, our current home in Glasgow. This
August 18, 2021
Handle of a long cane
West Lothian Service: James shares his story
Service user James and his partner Sarah have lived and worked in Canada for the past 30 years. It had
August 16, 2021
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