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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
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
Visibility Scotland staff (Laura, Clare, Nic and Nancy) and service users (Taylor, Julie, Megan and Kieran) on a day trip to the Five Sisters Zoo.
New research collaboration with PROMinsight
We’re very excited to share details of our new research collaboration with PROMinsight. Funded by The National Lottery Community Fund
March 18, 2022
Building work ongoing in our new independent living flat.
Independent Living Flat: work is underway!
We’re very excited to announce that work is underway on our brand new independent living flat! The one-bed flat is
March 15, 2022
Muhammed making a toastie in our accessible kitchen
Introducing our Independent Living Skills Courses
Are you a young person with sight loss? Do you want to develop your skills and confidence in the kitchen?
March 14, 2022
A blue tit sitting on a branch looking at the camera
Accessible bird watching sessions with the RSPB
We’re teaming up with RSPB Scotland to run accessible bird watching sessions on Thursday 24 March! Two time slots are
March 11, 2022
Open laptop showing a Zoom video call on screen
Free training for professionals: making documents accessible
Free training: making documents accessible As part of our Tech Works project, we are offering free training to professionals on
March 2, 2022
A man sitting on a sofa. Text reads "If it can influence accessibility, then I'm filling it in.
Scotland’s Census
Proud to support Scotland’s Census. Scotland’s Census is the official count of every person and household in the country. It
February 25, 2022
Laura and Audrey wearing Visibility Scotland facemasks, standing on Sauchiehall Street. Audrey is holding her long cane.
Visibility Scotland on the BBC
Our CEO, Laura Walker, and visually impaired colleagues Audrey and Emma appeared on BBC Reporting Scotland last Friday, 18 February.
February 24, 2022
People walking along a busy street. There is a speech bubble above the crowd that says "Am I the only one worrying about money?". The speech bubble is connected to several different people showing that they are not alone.
New Money Support Scotland campaign
Worried about money?   You are not alone.   Many people are struggling financially at the moment and overcoming this
January 31, 2022
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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