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Self Help UK

Self Help Groups

  • Eyecare Trust

    The Eyecare Trust was set up to act as an independent source of information on all eye-related issues, with the key task of raising public awareness about the importance of regular eyecare, as well as the enjoyment and benefits to be had from using quality eyewear. There is a range of...
  • Eyeless Trust

    The Eyeless Trust offers professional support for families in Great Britain who have a child with anophthalmia, microphthalmia or coloboma who is under the age of 25. This upper age limit is flexible and the Trust will stay involved at the request of the family if this is appropriate until the...
  • Fenvision Isle of Ely Society for the Blind and Partially Sighted

    To provide help and advice to blind and patially sighted people in Fenland, the Isle of Ely, Cambridgeshire. Membership newsletter, event, outings, lunch clubs.
  • Fight for Sight

    Fight for Sight is a UK leading charity dedicated to funding research into the prevention and treatment of blindness and eye disease. The charity merged with the British Eye Research Foundation in October 2005 to increase efficiency and strengthen their effectiveness in the fight against...
  • Focus Families

    Focus - SOD/ONH Support Network - was started by a small number of families who have children with the condition septo optic dysplasia or optic nerve hypoplasia. They are an e-mail support group who aim to: Provide a point of contact to any person within the UK who wishes to know more about the...
  • Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy

    The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy's mission is to enable horse-motivated students with special needs to relate more successfully to others and to have greater and more appropriate control over their own lives. This is done through their involvement with horses. This use of horses, to enable...
  • General Optical Council

  • Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

    Our mission is to provide guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services that meet the needs of blind and partially-sighted people.
  • Henshaw's Society for the Blind

  • International Glaucoma Association

    Support and information about glaucoma by letter,telephone,email and online. Forum for professionals and funding for research.