Blind or visual impairments

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British Blind Sport

Sport for blind/partially sighted people

Ensuring that people living with sight loss have the same opportunities to access and compete in sport and physical activity as fully sighted people.


Emotional and practical support for the blind

England based emotional and practical support for the blind providing free community project classes, free audio equipment and grants for supported living.

British Wireless For The Blind Fund

Keeping blind people in touch with the world

Supplying specially adapted audio equipment to those who would not usually be able to afford it to visually impaired people all across the UK.


Free screen reader for visually impaired

The ChromeVox Classic Extension screen reader is an extension to Chrome that brings the speed versatility and security of Chrome to visually impaired users.

be my eyes

App matching visually impaired with volunteer support

Be My Eyes is a free mobile app which connects blind and low-vision individuals with sighted volunteers and companies from all over the world through a live video call.

Calibre Audio Library

Audiobooks for people with sight loss/disabilities

Bringing the joy of reading to those who can’t read due to sight loss, or other disabilities, through a subscription-free postal and streaming service of audiobooks read by professional narrator…

Blindvetarans UK

Supporting ex-service men and women with sight loss

Rehabilitation, training, practical advice, and emotional support.

Guide Dogs

Guide dogs for people with sight loss

Provides guide dogs and other mobility services for people with sight loss.

Royal National Institute of Blind People

Help for blind and partially sighted people

Sight loss charity and largest community of blind and partially sighted people.

Living Paintings

A library of tactile and audio books for the blind

Offers a library of free tactile books bringing the visual world to life for blind and partially sighted people.

Reading Sight

Support visually and/or print impaired readers

Resources and information for people with an interest in helping visually impaired individuals access reading services.

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