You can continue to live independently and safely in your home with sight loss by carrying out improvements or adaptations.
Find out how you can continue to enjoy your favourite television programmes, tune into the radio and watch films.
If you want to make music and you're blind and partially sighted, we can support you. Find out what our Music Advisory Service (MAS) offers.
If you enjoy cooking, you can continue to feel at home in the kitchen with some simple adaptations and the help of special equipment.
If you're blind or partially sighted, there are lots of different ways to read books, newspapers and magazines, online content and general paperwork.
Looking after our health and wellbeing is something we do on a daily basis, so we've got some tips for completing tasking relating to personal care when you have sight loss.
Being blind or partially sighted doesn’t mean you can’t continue with a hobby, take up something new, keep fit or meet new people.
Cultural and heritage destinations can still be enjoyed if you have sight loss. Some places offer accessible tours, while audio description can help bring theatre to life.
Don’t let sight loss prevent you from going on holiday. You can choose a holiday that suits you, and there are services that can help find the right holiday for you.
Ask your questions about sight loss on the Sight Advice FAQ and get helpful answers.
Search our Directory for services and organisations near you that support blind and partially sighted people.