We offer a range of services to help with all aspects of sight loss.
Starting with a member of staff based in the eye clinic, our aim is to help you every step along the way, from providing advice on equipment, running groups and activities, through to counselling and the home visiting service.
Click below for more information on the services we provide.
Equipment and Information
Our Sight Loss Advisors, Deb and Jade, can offer specialist advice and support to help you manage the day to day challenges of living with sight loss.
We run a number of regular groups which give people the chance to learn new skills, make friends and socialise. New members are always welcome so give us a call to find out more.
Our Eye Clinic Liaison Officers at York, Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals are there to ensure that high quality emotional support is available when you need it most.
The Home Visiting Service provides free, one-to-one support and friendship to people living with sight loss. Our volunteers can visit in your own home or support you to get out and about. The service has obtained Approved Provider Standard, the national quality standard designed specifically for mentoring and befriending projects.
Changes in your eyesight can sometimes be difficult to manage. Counselling is an opportunity to talk openly about how you feel in a confidential and supportive environment.
There is a wealth of accessible technology available to help you maintain your independence and live life as you want to. We can help you find out more about how technology can work for you.