By carrying out adaptations to your home, you could continue to live independently there. See the ways you could receive financial help towards the cost of these changes.
Read our tips on the simple and practical changes you can make within your home to make it safer and easier to live there and to get around.
By adapting how you work in the kitchen and using special equipment, you can still enjoy preparing food.
See the ways you can label items to make them easier to identify, including clear print and large print labels, audio labels, braille labels and tactile labels.
Most people with sight loss need and benefit from enhanced lighting, and good lighting can allow you to make the most of your sight.
Feeling safe and free from the risk of accidents is vital to living in your own home. Quite often, all that needs to be done to improve your safety at home are a few jobs and adaptations.
If you have a child with visual impairment, or are a parent with sight loss, it can help to take some extra precautions to make sure your house is free from hazards.
Sight loss, as well as getting older and different health conditions, can increase the risk of falling. Follow our top 10 tips to avoid falls.
Shop online for a wide range of products that you need to remain independent. From talking scales to tactile labels, mobile phones to magnifiers, we can help you keep doing the things you love.