Photo shows the walking group with members walking along a path. There is a wheelchair user, someone using a white stick and a mix of men and women in the group.


  • Advice and training to enable you get the most out of life.
  • Technology and aids such as magnifiers, correct lighting or screen reading technology to assist you to stay organised, keep in touch, get things done, browse the internet, relax with a book and more.
  • Advice on technology for smart phones, tablets, Synapptic software, etc by our IT volunteers.
  • Befriending Service; volunteers may visit you in your own home or call you on the telephone to provide companionship, advice and support.
  • Household devices and gadgets for the home.
  • Information on Voice activated lights, TVs and other SMART home technology.
  • Support to develop your confidence and gain the skills to get out and about safely and independently.
  • Social groups and activities to support you to continue or find a new hobby, interest or sport.
  • Support and advice to prepare for, gain and stay in meaningful employment.
  • Learning to access information such as audio, text or large print.
  • Talking Books available through the RNIB
  • Talking Newspapers – Louth Leader, Skegness Standard, Gainsborough Standard, Lincolnshire Echo and Grimsby Telegraph
  • Eye Clinic support at Lincoln, Scunthorpe and Skegness.

If you don’t see a service you need as a vision impaired person please let us know and we will endeavour to help. Contact us