Skip to main content
Claimed status
Claimed means that someone has taken responsibility for maintaining this information - Learn more

Visibility Scotland

Visibility Scotland works across all ages, with adults and children who are blind or partially sighted and live in the west of Scotland. Visibility runs a wide range of services which are available to people with a visual impairment, their families, carers and other professionals.

Last reviewed:


Claim status:

This is a Claimed organisation

Notice: This has been an error loading the map.


Children and Families Service

This is a Claimed service

We have a dedicated team of staff who have a wide breadth of knowledge about visual impairment and are here to support you. Whether you are the parent of a baby diagnosed with an eye condition, perhaps you...

Equipment and Technology Resource Room

This is a Claimed service

Our Resource Room is packed with aids, equipment and technology that may be useful to someone with a sensory impairment.

Referral Criteria: Open to anyone who can travel to our Glasgow office.

EyeCan! (open to Glasgow City residents only)

This is a Claimed service
  • Glasgow City

A 6 week self-management course introducing positive life habits and coping strategies to people living with a visual impairment. The course will support participants to better manage daily life and maximi...

Patients Support Service

This is a Claimed service
  • Greater Glasgow and Clyde
  • Lothian

Visibility Scotland’s Eye clinic patient support services provide high quality information, advice and emotional support for people experiencing sight loss, their families and carers.

Working in part...

Visibility Scotland Dumfries & Galloway Service

This is a Claimed service

Visibility’s See Hear team in Dumfries and Galloway can help in lots of different ways.

We can come to see you in your own home to show you aids and equipment plus there are a range of groups that me...

Visibility Scotland Helpline

This is a Claimed service
  • Scotland

Any questions or anything on your mind about sight loss – contact us between 9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.

Do you represent this organisation?

This organisation has been claimed but you can help keep this page up to date by requesting to help manage the information and request to become Lead contact.

Can you help improve this listing?

If you see anything missing or inaccurate on this page please let us know and help improve the quality of information on ALISS.