Lincoln & Lindsey Blind Society

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Last Updated: 06/02/2024

Lincoln and Lindsey Blind Society, has since 1921 provided opportunities and services to people with a visual impairment to gain the skills needed to live as independently as possible, presently serving 1450 people in our area, with the majority being over 65.

We are an independent charity and have no constitutional connections with any other national or regional charity for the blind.

Lincoln & Lindsey Blind Society services and activities include:

• Sight Impairment Officer Visiting Service
• Resource Centre for specialised equipment and devices
• Talking Books and Newspapers
• Befriending Service
• Social, Sport, and Craft Groups
• IT Accessibility Support
• Visual Impairment Awareness Training.

We may not be able to restore sight, but we can and do improve quality of life in the long term.

There is a cost involved, however there are some free resources.

This is good for wellbeing because

  • Help people gain the skills to remain independent
  • Our social groups and befriending service help to reduce isolation
  • Provide people with the knowledge to make choices

Fabulous service, could not do without this help, very understanding of my needs. Can’t thank you enough for the advice, helped me feel so much better and made a big difference to me.

How to contact

Where to go

City of Lincoln

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