Support & Information

Support and services

Whether you have just been diagnosed or have a long-term eye condition we offer a range of services to help with living with sight loss.

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Living with sight loss

From our community based courses to support with employment and technology, we provide information, advice, support and practical solutions for independent living.

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Children, young people & families

Our children, young people and family service provides a wide range of opportunities and events.

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Resource Centres

At our resource centres you can buy products and find out information relating to living with a visual impairment. We offer advice, information and product demonstrations.

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Mobile Information Service

Our Mobile Information Service has now ceased operation.

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Vision Hotels

At Vision Hotels, the intimate understanding of the needs of visually impaired people is at the core of all of the services and activities that our hotels provide.

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Information and advice

For information and advice about eye health and living with sight loss.

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Eye health

We have information about eye exams and referral to hospital, what it means to lose your sight and why you would register sight loss.

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Everyday life

Practical advice for independent living including information on technology, advice for employment issues, career development and education.

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Where to get help

There are many different organisations providing information and support regarding sight loss across the UK.

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Frequently asked questions

Find the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions we receive.

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Local Action Teams

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Action has teams across the UK ready to offer support with a variety of services including living with sight loss courses, employment guidance, actionnaires clubs and technology advice.


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One of our values is collaboration and we would consider ourselves to be partners with all those organisations benefiting blind and partially sighted people.