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

37 Records in Blind and partially sighted.

  • Subtitled and audio-described cinema

    Description: Subtitled and audio-described cinema is available in many cinemas.

  • Sutton Blind & Visually Impaired Runners

    Beddington Park, Sutton, London, SM6 7NP

    Telephone: 07540 704 347

    Description: This is a social group for blind and partially sighted runners or joggers, which aims to help people increase their fitness and health, meet new friends and increase their confidence.

  • The Aidis Trust

    7th Floor, 3 London Wall Buildings, London Wall, London, EC2M 5PD

    Telephone: 0808 800 0009

    Description: The Aidis Trust is a charity that provides free, impartial technology advice and support to people with disabilities across the UK.

  • Thomas Pocklington Trust

    Pier House, 90 Strand on the Green, London, W4 3NN

    Telephone: 020 8995 0880

    Description: Thomas Pocklington Trust is a registered charity that provides housing, care and support for people with sight loss in the UK.

  • Thomas Pocklington Trust - Email and Telephone Befriending Service

    Pocklington Hub Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London , WC1H 9LG

    Telephone: 020 8995 0880

    Description: Thomas Pocklington Trust, a registered charity, offers email and telephone befriending schemes that provide friendship and support to people with sight loss.

  • TV Licence fees - help for blind people

    Description: People who are registered blind or severely sight impaired can get a reduction of 50% on the cost of their TV licence.

  • VocalEyes

    First Floor 54 Commercial Street London , E1 6LT

    Telephone: 020 7375 1043

    Description: VocalEyes is a nationwide registered charity that works with blind and partially sighted people to enhance engagement with the arts through audio description.