Supporting people with sight loss
Since the coronavirus crisis, all of us are living in a very different world. But for people with sight loss, these are particularly challenging times. Food shopping, eye care appointments, self-isolating, and social distancing are all especially difficult. With your help, we can continue to be there for people with sight loss, enabling them to get practical advice and emotional support.
By staying connected and having access to a range of support services, more blind and partially sighted people can face the future with confidence.
“I felt so relieved when the Helpline gave me so much information about how RNIB could help me”. Raymond
“I’m part of the Talk and Support group. It’s been so nice to be able to just phone up and have conversations with a group of people about different issues”. William
“I couldn’t have coped without the RNIB and it was nice to talk to them as well. It’s a lovely service”. Khiara
Can you help more people with sight loss stay connected?
£10 could enable two people affected by sight loss to connect with others during a group Talk and Support session over the phone.
£20 could enable our advisers to answer six calls to the Helpline.
£45 could help one of our Eye Clinic Liaison Officers provide practical and emotional guidance to a patient coming to terms with the diagnosis of a sight condition.