Sight loss charities slam Scottish government for making blind and partially sighted people play tactile paving roulette
Sight Scotland launches ‘Pave the Way’ campaign to have tactile paving installed in every train station in Scotland.
Sight Scotland, and Sight Scotland Veterans, in partnership with Visibility Scotland, have appointed Callum Lancashire as their new Engagement Manager to oversee the launch of Sight Loss Councils in Scotland.
Children and Young People’s Commissioner commends Sight Scotland for leading the way in inclusive education
Nicola Killean, Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, has praised Sight Scotland for not only upholding the rights of visually impaired children and young people, but also empowering them to know their own rights so they can shape their own educational journey.
Freya Reily, who is six years old from Tranent in East Lothian, is more than meets the eye. Freya, who was born very prematurely and has severe vision impairment, has been inspired by music and song to start speaking, something that her parents did not think was possible just a few short months ago.
Charity’s new campaign aims to dispel negative perceptions of people living with sight loss.
Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans launch petition calling for new eye hospital in the capital.
A blind woman footballer from Edinburgh was left traumatised after she feared falling in front of a speeding train when rail staff never showed up to help her.
Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans have appointed Gillian McDonald as their new Director of Operations.
Sight Scotland, Sight Scotland Veterans and Visibility Scotland are delighted to announce that, in partnership with the Thomas Pocklington Trust, they are launching new Sight Loss Councils in Scotland.
Sight Scotland, Scotland’s largest sight loss organisation, is appealing for more volunteer befrienders to help battle loneliness and isolation.
Leading Scottish vision impairment organisations call on Scottish Government to endorse new framework for vision impairment education.
Sight Scotland and Sight Scotland Veterans have welcomed the delay to the Bottle Deposit Return Scheme and are urging the Scottish Government to use this time to consider the implications it will have for visually impaired people.