This site is here to try and offer some help to Blind, Deaf
people, And especially Deafblind people, and those who provide
specialized services for those who are Deafblind. A-Z to
Deafblindness is also here, to make people more aware about
Welcome to the website of A2i. Our aims are to make information
accessible to people with visual impairments, and to help
businesses fulfil their legal requirements under the Disability
Discrimination Act 1995. We can help you translate your company's
information into Braille, Large Print, Tape and Disk.
Index (blind & visually
Links on blindness and visual impairment.
Access to Information and Reading Services (AIRS)
AIRS aims to provide information of all kinds in an accessible form to people
who have difficulty reading print.
Accessible Friends Network
TAFN is a user-led U K voluntary group who use email, the internet, voice
conferencing & other resources to improve the quality of life for people who
are registered blind (who may also have other disabilities) & their partners,
for Blind People
A national UK charity which aims to enable blind and partially
sighted people to enjoy equal opportunities.
Our aim is to provide access to the mainstream gaming community not by
producing specialist "accessible games" but by making mainstream games
accessible. We want blind people to not only play the games that sighted
people do, but to be involved in the online communities that surround them.
AGRIP = Accessible Gaming Rendering Independence Possible.
Art Through Touch is an organisation based in south London
that develops and runs art projects with visually impaired and
To help visually impaired people to aspire to their full potential
through the provision of quality advice and training on
appropriate specialist technology.
Association of Blind
and Partially Sighted Teachers and Students (ABAPSTAS)
ABAPSTAS was founded in 1970 by a small number of visually impaired
people with the primary aim of supporting students, teachers and lecturers.
Since then, ABAPSTAS has grown into a national self-help and campaigning
organisation with a strong voice.
of Blind Piano Tuners
Professional qualified piano tuners and technicians tuning and repairing
pianos in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
Batten Disease Family
The Batten Disease Family Association (BDFA) was formed in 1998 by a
small group of parents of children with Batten Disease with the help of
seeAbility and Contact-a-Family. Registered Charity status for our national
support network was granted in 2001.
Centre for the Blind
Beacon Centre is totally independent of any other charitable
organisation offering services to the blind. In existence since
1875, we currently provide services for several thousand
registered blind and partially sighted people living in
Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell and South
Promoting education and employment for the vision impaired under the age
of 30 throughout Sussex.
The UK bransch of the American company specialised in providing
access to Windows-based systems for Blind and Visually-impaired
Business Association Charitable
The Blind Business Association Charitable Trust was founded in
1994 in the UK to promote self-employment for Visually Impaired
Blindcare, established in 1988, is an equal partnership of nine UK
based charities and was founded to promote payroll
News about blind cricket.
Blink is a fundraising an UK organisation that raises funds and
awareness for the blind and visually impaired community.
British association for visually impaired chess players.
Braille Translations offers many services such as documents for
translation by email or 3.5” floppy disk in Microsoft Word format which can be
translated and returned to you within a week.
BrailleChess.Net is a web site that we hope will learn other Deafblind and
Blind people to try and give Chess a go.
Computer Association of the
BCAB is an organisation of visually impaired people who use
Information and Communications Technology. Our members range from
experienced computer professionals, to people who are beginning to
explore the use of Information and Communications Technology for
leisure, study or employment.
British Council for the
Prevention of Blindness
The BCPB is working in partnership with other charities and agencies. Our
special role is to fund research and training. We support Vision2020, a
worldwide initiative on the part of the WHO, governments and other agencies
to end avoidable blindness by the year 2020.
Educational Communications and Technology agency
Formerly National Council for Educational Technology
Retinitis Pigmentosa Society
This Web Site covers such areas as Who is the British
Retinitis Pigmentosa Society, Understanding RP and the Changes
brought about by RP, Genetics and Inheritance Patterns of RP,
Young People with RP.
Wireless for the Blind Fund
The British Wireless for the Blind Fund is a registered
charity, dedicated to providing the companionship of radio, to
every blind person in need in the UK.
BrookesTalk is a web browser for the blind and visually impaired
which aims to support users searching the Web for information. It
provides functions which enable the user to scan Web pages and
sites in the same way that sighted users do.
Institute for the Blind
The work at Cardiff Institute is to help the visually impaired
(meaning blind or partially sighted) community in the Vale of
Glamorgan and surrounding area.
This UK organisations runs St. Vincent´s School for Blind and Partially
Sighted Children and Christopher Grange Centre for Adult Blind.
CBM United England
The British site of the international Christian development organisation
whose primary purpose is to improve the quality of life of the world's
poorest persons with disabilities and those at risk of disability, who live
in the most disadvantaged societies.
China Vision is a UK registered charity set up in 1999 with the aim of
forming a bridge between people in the UK and China who are concerned about
improving educational opportunities for visually impaired people in the
People's Republic of China.
City Synergy is a sports and social group for Vision impaired people in
the Brighton and Hove area.
ClearVision is a UK postal lending library of mainstream children's books
with added braille. Our books all have braille, print and pictures, making
them suitable for visually-impaired and sighted children and adults to share.
We are a U.K. based company specialising in the design, manufacture and
supply of innovative aids for the blind and partially sighted.
Cochrane Eyes and
Vision Group (CEVG)
CEVG is an international network of individuals working to prepare, maintain
and promote access to systematic reviews of interventions to treat or prevent
eye diseases or visual impairment.
The professional, scientific and examining body for Optometry in
Colloptics caters for both the eye care professional and the visually
impaired individual. Within this site you will find details of our many
services and product ranges, including the Keeler range of low vision devices
for which we are appointed distributors.
Based in the U.K. Compass Braille produces Bibles, Christian literature
and materials for Community Healthcare projects in both Braille and Giant
Print in various languages for distribution around the world.
of Tape Information Services
COTIS is a self-help grouping of tape recording services, cassette
libraries etc both large and small. Started in 1986 with the idea
that an umbrella group would enable knowledge to be shared and
Durham Society for the Visually
The Society is a small voluntary organisation that was founded in
l987. Its main area of operation is within Co. Durham. Its purpose
is to offer services to the blind and visually impaired with the
aim of improving the quality of life.
UK company specialised in Computers and Computer Access Technology for
Visually Impaired people and the professionals who work with them.
Scottish Voices, UK News, Information & Entertainment
accessible to visually and reading impaired people.
This site was created to provide information, advice and support to help
people who have a dual sensory impairment, their families and friends and the
professionals who work with them.
Deafblind UK is a national charity which provides a range of
support services to deafblind adults and their carers.
Contains a hypertext map of the London Underground and National
Rail networks and a growing number of text guides to
We are a specialist County Council team providing services to
people who are visually impaired, or have an acquired hearing
loss, or who are Deaf. We also provide services to people who have
a significant combination of hearing and sight loss.
Welfare Network Blind Users Group (Dawnbug)
This site will contain a variety of sections concerned with the use of
computers by the blind.
Computer Access Limited
Dolphin Computer Access Limited design, manufacture and distribute
adaptive computer equipment for people who are blind or partially
sighted. (Dolphin UK)
College of Further Education
Dorton College was founded in 1989 by the Royal London Society for
the Blind in order to establish a unique partnership between a
specialist college and the further education sector. The objective
was to create a syndicate that enables visually impaired people to
gain access to the widest range of provision on the basis of
equality with their sighted peers.
Dorton House School is a non-maintained special school run by the
Royal London Society for the Blind. The school is located
southeast of London. The education covers from early years to the
age of 16.
E-access Bulletin is an electronic newsletter, produced by
Headstar. The Bulletin's main sponsor is the Royal National
Institute for the Blind. The project is also supported by the
National Library for the Blind, and the Guide Dogs for the Blind
We are an online community of visually impaired Christians, based in the
Aids for the Blind
Electronic Aids for the Blind is a national charity founded in
1978 by Brian and Jane Payne who are both registered blind. They
realised over twenty years ago just how important technology would
be for people with sight loss.
Blind Golf Association
Blind Golf is played strictly to the Rules of Golf produced by the
R&A. The R&A has published "A Modification of the Rules of
Golf for Golfers with Disabilities" which allows blind golfers to
ground their club in a hazard.
National Association of Visually Handicapped
The English National Association of Visually Handicapped Bowlers
is made up of more than 50 member clubs and has more than 600
Human Rights Commission
The commission is working to eliminate discrimination, reduce
inequality, protect human rights and to build good relations, ensuring that
everyone has a fair chance to participate in the British society.
Grange Old Pupils
A site for old pupils ox Exhall Grange School.
This page is intended as a general resource for eye health and
care in the UK.
Eye Talk English aspires to provide a unique experience for
visually impaired young people and adults by offering Homestay
Language Courses for the blind and partially sighted.
EyeHelp was formed to offer a unique reference point on eye problems and
eye care. Whatever your eye colour or condition, you'll find useful advice
on eye care, glasses, lenses and treatments here.
Fight for Sight is the UK's leading charity in the battle against blindness,
funding first-class research into the prevention and treatment of eye disease
This site presents a detailed list of 2,500 feature films which
involve in one way or another various disabilities. It is directed
towards teachers, students and anyone who has an interest in how
disability is represented in films.
Force Ten Company Ltd specialise in Sensory Loss & Hearing
Loop systems, such as Text Readers, Bar Code Scanners, i.d.Mate
and other products for the blind and visually
Helping you to help blind and partially sighted people. Gateway is an
initiative of Share The Vision and the Society of Chief Librarians in the
Brtish goalball site.
The UK organization Guide Dogs wants a world in which all blind and
partially-sighted people enjoy the same rights, opportunities and
responsibilities as everyone else.
British vendor of equipment for the hearing and visually
Association for the Care of the
Hampshire Association for the Care of the Blind, (HACB), have been
providing care and support using volunteers and a few staff, to
the visually impaired and blind people in Hampshire (UK) for over
HumanITy, the world's first digital charity,
was founded to investigate and tackle social exclusion problems raised by the
information technology revolution.
i-Map is an online art resource designed for visually impaired people
with a general interest in art, art teachers and their visually impaired
pupils. It incorporates text, audio, image enhancement and deconstruction,
animation and raised images.
ICT Help for people who
are Blind or Visually Impaired
Andy Spongs lives and works in the UK. He teaches a range of ICT courses
and write Jaws Keystroke and Windows Keyboard Shortcut Tutorials.
Insight Radio is the new name for Europe's first radio station dedicated
to the blind and partially sighted community.
Iris Fund for Prevention
The Iris Fund for Prevention of Blindness is a charity that funds research,
within the United Kingdom, into the causes, prevention, treatment and cure of
British distributor of assistive technology.
Blind & Disabled
Jewish Blind & Disabled is the working name of The Jewish
Blind & Physically Handicapped Society, a registered charity
not part of any other organisation. Founded in 1969 by the late
Cecil Rosen, who recognised the need for purpose-built housing for
blind, partially sighted and physically handicapped members of the
JMU Access Partnership
The JMU Access Partnership is a not-for-profit pan disability access
consultancy supported by the Royal National Institute for the Blind. We
specialise in buildings, transport and the street environment.
Jordan Jay Trust
The Trust has been established to raise funds for research into the
treatment of Late Infantile Battens Š also known as CLN2.
School for the Visually Impaired
Special school in London from nursery to secondary level for children
and young people with visual impairment.
JustVanilla is the 'web-accessibility' service that enables
people with disabilities, especially visual disabilities, to
easily access and use the Internet.
& District Association for the
Keighley and District Association for the Blind is now in its 91st
year of serving the needs of registered Blind or Partially Sighted
people in the Bingley, Keighley, Silsden, Cross Hills, and Skipton
communities of Yorkshire and the Barnoldswick community in
Association for the Blind
Established in 1920 the association for the Blind is the local
Charity in Kent, Bromley and Bexley. Working in partnership with
the Kent County Council, Medway and the London Boroughs of Bromley
& Bexley the KAB provides services to 13,500 people who are
registered as blind or partially sighted.
The Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl Society is the only registered UK
charity supporting people with Laurence-Moon-Bardet-Biedl
Syndrome, their families and carers. It provides information for
them and the medical and other professions. All members of the
Management Committee are volunteers. The Society produces
newsletters, holds an annual family conference, and co-operates
with research relevant to the Syndrome.
Linden Lodge School in London provides educational experience and support
for pupils with a visual impairment, some of whom have additional
disabilities which affect their access to learning.
The Living Paintings Trust is a registered charity that offers a completely
free service for visually impaired people of all ages, their families, carers
and schools. We produce specialist touch and sound packs that explain a wide
variety of fun, interesting and educational pictures for those who cannot
- National Federation of Families With Visually Impaired
LOOK is a national Charity, we help and support children and young people
with serious sight problems and their families..
Vision Consultants Taylor &
We offer a complete range of services to both the partially
sighted or blind individual and companies.
We are a family based business, speciallising in Braille
transcription and Desktop Publishing.
& Anophthalmic Childrens Society
This is the home of information about Microphthalmia,
Anophthalmia, Coloboma and related conditions. We offer support
and information to parents and professionals in the UK and around
UK company specialised in the supply of computer hardware, software and
other specialised equipment to support students with disabilities.
Supplying Sales, Service & Training on equipment for those
people who have a visual impairment. Including: braille, speech
& tactile input and output devices.
UK magazine for people with visual impairment.
Moon Information Base for Children and Adults (hosted at Linden Lodge
School) with contributions from the Moon Forum.
Eye Hospital NHS Trust
Founded in 1804, Moorfields Eye Hospital is one of the leading centres
for eye health in the world.
Association for Special Educational Needs
A UK forum for those actively involved with exceptional
learning needs and/or disabilities.
National Association of
Local Societies for Visually Impaired People (NALSVI)
NALSVI is an association of local UK voluntary organisations for blind
and partially sighted people. Members are registered charities, independent
of major national charities for the blind, providing local services for local
Blind Childrens Society
NBCS is a charitable organisation providing information, advice,
support and a variety of services to both blind and partially
blind children from 0-18 throughout the United Kingdom. Help is
also offered to families, carers and professional support
Centre for Tactile Diagrams
Based at the University of Hertfordshire, UK, providing tactile
diagrams maps and pictures, with supporting materials, for blind
and visually impaired people for education, work and
Library for the Blind UK
The National Library for the Blind is the free library service for
visually impaired readers who want books in accessible formats in
New Vision Technology
British supplier of assistive technology for the visually impaired.
- North East Rehabilitation Officers
NERO was set up to provide support, encouragement, networking opportunities
and to enable rehabilitation officers to work together across the North
Eastern region of England. The overall aim is to work together to enhance
services for visually impaired people across our region.
Nystagmus Network is a UK-based self-help group providing support
for adults and children with nystagmus, their parents and teachers
and fostering research into the condition.
The Office for Disability Issues is the focal point within the UK
government to coordinate disability policy across all departments and take
forward the Life Chances Report to ensure robust implementation of its
Organisation of Blind
African Caribbeans (OBAC)
OBAC was founded in 1988 by a group of committed visually impaired
African and Caribbean people. OBAC became a registered charity in the UK in
Opsis is a national association for the education, training
and support of blind and partially sighted people in the
Low Vision Services
Optima is the premier distributor of Low Vision Aids in the
The Brittish site of Orbis, an organisation providing flying eye
Association for the Blind
We are the only charity which provides local support services for
people coping with a visual impairment in Oxfordshire.
British distributor of assistive technology.
The PharmaBraille range of Braille fonts were designed for the needs of
pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors and resellers who need to emboss
Braille on product packaging in order to comply with European legislation.
Products for the Blind
Portset design and manufacture
products and software for the visually impaired to provide independence and
improved employment opportunities and quality of life.
National Residential Vocational College for students with a
visual impairment in Birmingham, UK.
the disability newywork
RADAR is a national UK organisation run by and working with
disabled people. It campaigns for equal rights fordisabled people,
promoting good practice and legislation that enables them to live
independently in the community. RADAR aims to voice the wishes and
concerns of disabled people and supports nearly 500 member groups
locally and nationally to help them become more effective in their
work with disabled people.
A national charity in United Kingdom offering support and
information to people with retinoblastoma and their
We offer one to one training throughout the UK either in the workplace or at
the client’s home. In addition, we provide group training sessions for
RNIB New College is a co-educational secondary
school for the blind and partially sighted pupils with academic ability. The
school can accommodate 115 students whose age range is 11 to 19.
- also specialise in supporting students with
learning disabilities, physical disabilities and additional needs.
RNIB Sunshine School
Special school for children who are blind or partially sighted with
multiple disabilities located in Northwood near London.
RNIB Vocational College works in partnership with Loughborough
Colleges so that blind and partially sighted people can develop
the skills and personal qualities they need to progress in their
Braeside House in Scotland opened in 1999 as a purpose built Care Home
for older people who are blind or visually impaired.
The Royal Blind School is a day and residential school located
London Society for the Blind
Established in 1838, the Royal London Society for the Blind (RLSB) is one
of the oldest charities set up to look after the needs of blind and partially
sighted people. The Society is a national, and international, provider of
education, training and employment opportunities for people who are visually
National College for the
Located in Hereford, UK.
National Institute for the Blind
RNIB is the leading UK charity offering practical support and
advice to anyone with a sight problem. We offer over 60 different
services for around 2 million people with serious sight problems
throughout the country.
School for the Blind
More than two centuries of educating the visually impaired have
placed the Royal School for the Blind, Liverpool as one of the
leading schools of its kind in the world. The school was founded
in 1791 by Edward Rushton and was the first such school in
Britain, second only to Paris in the world.
The Scottish Braille Press is a leading provider of high quality alternative
formats such as Braille, Large Print and Audio.
National Institution for the War Blinded
Founded in 1915 to provide care and welfare to Scottish ex-servicemen and
women blinded or visually impaired in the World Wars or subsequent conflicts.
Scottish Sensory Centre promotes and supports new developments
and effective practices in the education of children and young
people with sensory impairments.
At ScreenReader.net we have freeware for blindness and visual impairment
special needs throughout the world. It is free only to individual blind
people for their personal use at home: it is not free to organisations.
SeeAbility works with adults who are visually impaired and
have other disabilities to explore their potential, develop
skills/independence and enhance the quality of their
Seeing Dogs Alliance
Originally founded in 1979 to provide mobility training and guide dogs,
the charity has been in operation only on a limited basis. During 2002, The
Seeing Dogs Alliance was relaunched with the sole aim of providing an
alternative source of dogs to guide blind people.
Seeing is Believing
In 2003, to celebrate the Bank's 150th anniversary, Standard Chartered,
in collaboration with leading eye care agencies, launched Seeing is
Believing, with the aim of restoring the sight of 28,000 people across the
Sense is the UK's leading organisation for people who are deafblind or have
Sense Scotland is part of the UK National Deafblind and Rubella
Association and is registered as a company with charitable
purposes in its own right in Scotland.
Sight Savers International is involved in preventing blindness
and supporting education and rehabilitation in developing
& Sound Technology
Sight & Sound Technology, formed in 1982, is one of the
leading suppliers of equipment to blind and visually impaired
people in UK.
for Sore Eyes
Mid-Fife Audio Newstape Website.
Draws together a range of social and educational resources for
young people while highlighting the problems of visual impairment
and how they can be dealt with.
Producer of UltraCane, a collapsible electronic primary aid, modelled on the
traditional white cane, using ultrasonic echoes to find out what objects are
in the vicinity.
The International Interactive Sound Magazine for the blind.
Soundings is a free, impartial and editorially independent monthly
information service for anyone in the United Kingdom who is blind or
St Dunstan's, founded during the First World War, aims to restore
quality of life to those who were blinded in the First and Second
World Wars, and all conflicts between and since, as well as
Vincent's School for Blind and Partially Sighted
St Vincent's is a non-maintained school of charitable status
offering both day places and weekly boarding. The school is
approved by the Department for Education and Employment, with a
long and successful tradition dating back to 1850, of education
and care for blind and partially sighted children.
Stamps with Ophthalmic Themes
Presents stamps featuring opthalmic and visual impairment themes.
Steller is a New Generation Technology innovator in Visual Impairment
Stockton Blind People's
Stockton Blind People's Voice is fighting for improved access for blind and
visually handicapped people. We are anxious to make contact with the blind
from all over the world and to learn from their experiences and successes.
Strategy With Vision
SWV is a team of eyewear and eyecare consultants in the UK and Europe .
Our vision care market research data consultants carry out missions in the
UK , Europe, Eastern Europe, the USA and Japan.
We at T&T Consultancy specialise in making computers
accessible to people with sight disabilities, physical
disabilities and dyslexia.
Tactile Colour is an intuitive system of twelve bold colours, each
with a distinctive texture, designed to make information normally
displayed in colour accessible to people with visual
Taktyle Signs produce signs that increase access for the
vision-impaired by incorporating high contrast colours, raised
type and braille.
Association UK (TNAUK)
TNAUK is the UK's leading charity providing national and local newspapers and
magazines on audio tape, computer disk, e-mail, internet download and CD-ROM
for visually impaired and disabled people who find reading a strain.
UK company specialized in talking products.
Talking Touch Tablet
The T3 is basically a simple computer peripheral device that consists of a
touch screen in a plastic holder. Tactile sheets are embossed with raised
lines and textures that describe images, maps and diagrams. When various
symbols, icons, and regions on the tactile surface are pressed, audio
information on what the user is feeling comes from a connected computer.
Supplier of equipment and systems for visually impaired
people, both in Britain and abroad.
UK conference aimed at professionals who work in the field of sight loss, or
have an interest in technology.
Thomas Pocklington Trust is the leading provider of housing, care and
support services for people with sight loss in the UK.
- Information for Professionals Working With Visually Disabled
This web site is an information resource for professionals who
work in the field of visual disabilities. The site has evolved
from work carried out by Dr Janet Silver of Moorfields Eye
Hospital, London and Dr John Gill of the Royal National Institute
for the Blind.
Trust for the Blind
The Torch Trust for the Blind is a UK based registered charity
which publishes Christian material in braille, large print, on
tape and in moon in many languages for use by blind and partially
Touchtype signs were developed with guidance and assistance from the Joint
Mobility Unit [JMU] and conform to all the requirements identified from
research carried out by them on various user groups.
Touch Graphics conceives, designs and implements new computerized devices for
the blindness and visual impairment community.
Traveleyes is a travel company with a difference. It aims to provide
holidays for both visually impaired and sighted travellers, journeying
together in a spirit of mutual independence.
Former Hollyoaks and Pobol y Cwm actor Bernard Latham and his wife Jane,
set up UCAN Productions so that children with visual impairments in Wales
could be given access to the arts.
Our mission is to bring blind, deaf and disabled people
who need a computer, and can benefit from using it, into the computer age.
UK Association of Braille
UKABP is at the heart of accessible information provision to enable its
members to produce Braille cost effectively and to agreed standards. UKABP is
also establishing links with other standard-setting bodies to ensure that
improvements in Braille production are part of wider accessible information
provision in the UK.
University of Birmingham Visual Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research
he University of Birmingham has a long history of work in the area of
visual impairment and education. The School of Education has produced
internationally recognised research and teaching programmes through the
Research Centre for the Education of the Visually Handicapped and the course
tutors. In 2001 these two broad functions were formally brought together
under a single centre – the Visual Impairment Centre for Teaching and
of Hertfordshire Sensory Disabilities Research Unit
SDRU was set up in 1993 within the Psychology Department of
the University of Hertfordshire to study how new technologies can
assist in overcoming the problems faced by disabled and elderly
people in their day to day lives.
Liverpool, Experimental Ophthalmology Unit
The Experimental Ophthalmology Unit is a clinical, research and teaching
centre for the control and treatment of eye disorders. Our interests include
AMD/ARMD, corneal scarring, diabetes, ectodermal dysplasia, genetics,
glaucoma, melanoma and PVR.
Victa is a registered charity in the UK that provides support for
families with visually impaired children.
Videospec Ltd manufactures the EEZEE READER range of excellent, low-cost,
electronic print magnifying reader/writers for the partially sighted.
Collection of articles on Braille.
VIP On Air
VIP ON AIR is a powerful new online radio station for blind and partially
sighted people. Broadcasting from Glasgow, VIP ON AIR is a first for the UK
and Europe and has the only fully accessible radio broadcast studios in the
Links to blindness and visual impairment in the online media.
VIP Softaware Guide
This site contains two sets of guides: one for users of screen
magnifiers, and the other for users of the Jaws screen reader.
Until now, there has never been a medium who's main objective was to provide
visually impaired people with a wide range of consumer information, direct
them to pages containing special offers on the internet and in certain stores
on the high street.
Vision Aid Overseas
A UK-registered charity dedicated to helping people in developing countries
whose lives are blighted by bad eyesight, particularly in those cases where
spectacles can help.
British distributor of assistive technology.
VISIONARY IMAGING SYSTEMS is dedicated to bringing the latest advances in
Low Vision technology to the visually impaired in the UK.
Visual Impairement in North
The site contains local and national information for blind, partially sighted
and deaf-blind people.
Visual Impairment North East is a registered charity that supports blind and
partially sighted people in the Northeast of England and Cumbria.
V.I. Scotland is an national organisation of people who work together in
the area of visual impairment. It is made up of Ophthalmologists, Community
Pediatricians, Educationalists, Psychologists, Computer Experts, and Parent
Representatives and Children. The primary aim of V.I. Scotland is to help
visually impaired children and their parents. We hope to provide up-to-date
information about services available and specific information about each
child’s visual condition.
Britiish vendor of CCTV/Video Magnifiers for persons with low
VOCALEYES enables blind and partially sighted people to experience the joy of
the arts through high quality audio-description.
Vuphonics is concerned with researching and developing
blindness-related sensory-substitution techniques, through the use
of sound and corresponding haptic (touch and movement)
Wales Council for the
WCB is the independent organisation working for visually impaired people in
Wales. It was established in 1938 and became a registered charity in 1958 and
a limited company in 1991.
Welcome to my Website, which has been set up to assist the Visually
Impaired computer user locate information and services relating to blindness.
White Stick - Tom
Lorimer's Home Page
Welcome to my Website, which has been set up to assist the Visually Impaired
computer user locate information and services relating to blindness.
Welcome to the WinGuide web site, dedicated to Dr. Sarah Morley's Windows
books & training materials for blind and visually impaired users and their
Association for the Blind (WAB)
WAB is an independent charity that supports blind and partially sighted
people throughout the county. We are based at The Bradbury Centre in
The Yorkshire 2020 World Blindness Project was formed in May 1998
as a local response to Vision 2020, the World Health Organization
(WHO) Global Initiative for the Elimination of Avoidable
Zychem brings you the tools to produce a world of Tactile (Raised)
Graphics, Pictures, Charts and Text for the Blind and Partially