Useful Information from across the sight loss sector

Vision Impairment RehabilitationFrom the RNIB

Vision impairment rehabilitation provides crucial training and advice to people with a visual impairment on how to maintain and live in their home safely, and how to negotiate the obstacles and risks outside of their home. It provides people with the skills and confidence they need to maximise independence and to access and participate in their community.

Visit the Social Care Page on the RNIB website

Download their Vision Rehabilitation document


Sight Loss PathwayThe Eye Health & Sight Loss Pathway

The Adult UK sight loss pathway offers commissioners and practitioners a unique tool to enable people with sight loss to get the right support at the right time and from the right person. It clarifies the pathway across health and social care and so enables better partnership working and a smooth transition for the person with sight loss.

Read more about The Sight Loss Pathway here

Download the Sight Loss Pathway document


Seeing It My Way

seeing it my waySeeing it my way is an initiative to ensure that every blind and partially sighted person, regardless of age, ethnicity, extent of sight loss, other disabilities, or location across the UK, has access to the same range of information and support.
Living with little or no sight requires access to a range of information and support from a number of services, such as social services and voluntary sector organisations in order to live independently.
This includes information in a format that people can read, rehabilitation for people who lose their sight so they can gain the skills and confidence to carry out day-to-day tasks and get around easily.
Seeing it my way sets out a range of outcomes, that is specific changes that blind and partially sighted people have told us are most important to them and want to make a reality.