We provide an integrated approach to fit the varying needs of people living with visual impairment.
Home visits and regular calls are crucial moments of connection for our Service Users because they are often homebound and experiencing physical isolation. Our dedicated and caring team of Sight Support Workers, provide emotional support and practical help during their calls and visits to Service Users.
Each contact we provide is focussed on the needs of the individual we are supporting.
Social isolation is one of the biggest hurdles in the lives of Londoners living with a visual impairment.
To encourage independence, confidence and social inclusion, we offer free, two-hour classes over a 16-week term, ranging from practical information to personal and creative development.
Our Camden Community Project is funded by the City Bridge Trust.
To round out our core services, we provide wraparound services to fulfil additional needs.
With this new, Big Lottery-funded service, blind and visually impaired Londoners can be partnered with local volunteers to get out of their homes and engage in social activities in the community.
At times, we make grants available to assist blind and visually impaired Londoners on low incomes. Grants are subject to criteria and typically up to £300.