Blind and partially sighted

Blind and partially sighted

Blind and partially sighted people can find support in this area, including help from local charities like Thomas Pocklington Trust and services such as the Balham Resource Centre. Social services and local health services can also offer support. You can find places that offer information on eye health, equipment and advice about living with sight loss. Here you can even find audio-book and Braille libraries and charities that help people with rare eye problems, as well as national charities such as Action for Blind People.

health and wellbeing

5 Records in Blind and partially sighted filtered by Key words "health and related services".

  • Eye health - NHS Choices

    Description: NHS Choices provides comprehensive information and advice on eye health, including living with low vision and many of the most common conditions.

  • Moorfields Eye Hospital

    Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 162 City Road, London, EC1V 2PD

    Telephone: 020 7566 2345 (Moorfields Direct helpline) or 020 7253 3411 (main office)

    Description: Moorfields is one of the world's leading eye hospitals, providing expertise in clinical care, research and teaching and education.

  • National Deaf Services - Mental health

    South West London and St George's, Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ

    Telephone: 020 3513 4646 (adult community team) or 020 3513 4642 (Bluebell Ward)

    Description: National Deaf Services provides a range of comprehensive mental health services for deaf adults, children and their families.

  • Opticians

    Description: An optician is an eye care professional, such as an optometrist or an ophthalmic practitioner.

  • Sight tests, glasses and contact lenses

    Telephone: 0300 330 1343

    Description: Some people can get free NHS sight tests and vouchers to help with the cost of glasses or contact lenses.