supporting people with sight loss

Norfolk’s charity for people living with sight loss and visual impairment. Providing practical and emotional support at hubs in Norwich, King’s Lynn and Great Yarmouth and in hospitals across Norfolk. Together with social and well-being activities for adults and children, young people and their families, daily living equipment, befriending services and specialist housing, we help those affected by sight loss to live life fully.

Service access criteria: supporting visually impaired adults 18+. also supports families children, teenagers and young adults from birth to the age of 25.
Benefits advice and assessment
Connecting with others
Housing advice
Helping with money
Information and advice
Managing a long-term health condition
Support with housing
Additional needs catered for:
Vision impairment friendly
Physical disability friendly
Waiting list (weeks): 1
Key words - separate with a comma: help people in Norfolk living with sight loss to enjoy independent and fulfilled lives through: One-to-one, group and outreach support at our hubs in Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Kings Lynn Eye clinic liaison officers at The Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and James Paget University Hospital Social and wellbeing activities for adults Activities for children, young people and their families Daily living equipment Befriending services Supported housing in Norwich