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Self Help Groups

  • Keratoconus Group

    Keratoconus is a condition of the eye meaning conical cornea. The UK Keratoconus Self-Help Group provides support to people with the condition and works to raise awareness of the condition. It offers the following: Information and support for people with keratoconus. Regular meetings for...
  • Leber's Optic Neuropathy Trust

    Information, advice and support
  • Listening Books

    Listening Books provides a postal and internet based audiobook library service to people who cannot read in the usual way. It is a national audiobook charity offering MP3 CDs, internet streaming and audio tapes to a full range of print impairments. Membership is comprised of those with visual...
  • Living Paintings Trust

    Living Paintings is a unique national charity that helps blind and partially sighted adults and children by offering a free library service. By providing pictures that can be “felt” in albums and books, with audio commentary, Living Paintings enables people who cannot see to enjoy a wide range...
  • LOOK (National Federation of Families with Visually Impaired Children)

    Information and support. Network of parent support groups.
  • Macular Disease Society

    The Society's aim is to build confidence and independence for those with central vision impairment. It provides information and practical support, especially at the time of diagnosis. Services provided are a helpline, counselling, quarterly magazine and a yearly professional journal in print and...
  • Macular Disease Society

    The Macular Disease Society is a specialist charity formed in 1987 to provide information, help, support and advice to sufferers of macular degeneration, health professionals and members of the public. Macular degeneration is the most common cause of registered blindness in the UK and results in...
  • Micro and Anophthalmic Children's Society

    The Micro & Anophthalmic Children's Society (MACS) was formed in 1993 as a source of mutual support for families with children suffering from these rare conditions in the UK and around the world. MACS is a registered charity run entirely by volunteer parents and relies solely on donations. The...
  • Micropthalmia & Anophthalmia Children's Society

    Support, contact, advice and information
  • Mobility Aid and Guide Dog Alliance

    Training of guide dogs and their use. Training in the use of other mobility aids.