Social Group for Blind and Visually Impaired People

by Carnoustie Social-eyes

When a person loses their eyesight, they often experience loneliness, isolation and exclusion from society. This can lead to depression, anxiety, and lack of self-esteem. Meeting others living with sight loss can be challenging, especially if there is no group or club for them to get together with those experiencing the same problems.


Last updated 17/09/2018

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Contact information

 01241 854936
 meg12@blueyonder.co.uk
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This service is under the category: Social Group , Disability , Social Activity , Conditions , Activity , Sensory Impairment

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  • · Angus (Integration Authority (HSCP))

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