Our services

Sight loss should not be a barrier to people living full and active lives. Through our services we aim to help people to adjust to living with sight loss, then give them the tools and support to live as independently as they choose.

Our practical services include, but are not limited to: equipment and advice, either from our centre or direct to the community; a help desk at The Royal Bournemouth Hospital; life skills and employment support; transcribing to audio and braille; sight loss training or consultancy for businesses, schools or individuals.

We balance these with emotional support services such as: Community Support Workers; volunteers; clubs, activities and events; supporting families and carers.

People are welcome to use as many or as few of our services as they need, and we work in partnership with individuals to empower, build confidence and encourage independence.

To read more about our services, please visit our ‘How we can help you‘ page.

Find out more

If you have any questions about Dorset Blind Association, get in touch. We would love to hear from you.

Phone us on 01202 712865 or visit us at our centre in Poole.

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