Come along to our bimonthly theatre group and enjoy the latest performances that Liverpool has to offer.
We offer community support at our centre in Liverpool city centre. Whether it's getting advice and information on your eye condition, trips out with our Children & Families services, or you just fancy a coffee morning with people who understand your sight loss, we can find a package that suits you.
How and where we can support you
Our Merseyside centre is located on Duke Street, in the heart of Liverpool’s city centre.
Pop in for advice and support where our experts can guide you through anything from the registration process to accessing employment support, or join in with one of our groups and courses that we run everyday. We also organise events and days out throughout the year for you to join in with – download our activity guide to find out what we have going on this year.
Find out what we can offer you below, or get in touch on 0151 708 7055 to speak to a member of the team.
Speak to our experts about any sight loss issue – we can support you as well as your friends and family.
Enabling you to develop the skills to keep active, keep connected and live well whatever your eye condition.
Come and take part! We offer a wide range of groups and activities to enjoy and meet people, or learn a new skill or hobby.
We run different trips and events throughout the year, specially designed to be visual impairment friendly. Find out what we have coming up.
Our team specialise in working with children and parents with sight loss, often with complex needs and additional disabilities. We can support you in many ways, including:
- Providing you with a network of other organisations for full support of you and your family
- Events and days out
- Our independence course ‘I Can Do It’.
“I lost my sight over a long period of time and I am now registered blind. I looked at what was on offer at Henshaws and realised that I would have the opportunity to do things I thought may now be out of my reach. I decided to join a creative writing group. I have always fancied writing and wanted to try my hand at poetry, short stories and maybe even script writing. I have written a couple of poems and they were read out at the poetry group, I never imagined this was something that I could achieve.
I don’t feel as if i have even scratched the surface with Henshaws, this organisation has given me the confidence and the opportunity to get on with my life in spite of my sight loss.”