Living Well with Sight Loss course

Across Greater Manchester

Our Living Well with Sight Loss course is free to attend and aims to give you information and advice about living with your sight loss.

As well as finding out more about your eye condition and talking to other people experiencing the same issues as you, we will discuss the procedures at the eye hospital and the benefits of registration.

Living Well with Sight Loss course

You will learn techniques to make the most of your vision and hear about the latest gadgets, specialist equipment and assistive technology that could make your life a little easier.

We regularly have guest speakers who may include Guide Dogs, Rehabilitation teams, Welfare Rights teams, the police, the fire service and staff from the Eye Hospital. Plus we will demonstrate specialist aids and equipment.

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Where? Across Greater Manchester

When? This is a four week course, that takes place throughout the year. Contact us on 0300 222 5555 to find out more, or see below for upcoming dates:

Bolton – Wednesdays, from 7th to 28th April.

Manchester – Wednesdays 1.00pm, from 10th February – 3rd March.

Oldham – Mondays 1.30pm, from 8th March – 29th March.

Salford – to be confirmed

Tameside – Thursdays 2.00pm, from 11th March – 1st April.

Trafford – Thursdays 11.00am, from 25th March – 15th April.

Living Well with Sight Loss

Please note that due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, these courses are currently being carried out in small groups over the telephone.

The biggest difference the course has made is knowing that I’m not alone. Talking and being in contact with others who are in the same boat. It has built my social network and it has also helped listening to the guest speakers and finding out what’s out there, like gadgets and people who can help.

To find out when our next course starts and to book your place please contact us on 0300 222 555 or email

These courses are available for all visually impaired adults in Greater Manchester.

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