No One Alone

Supporting blind veterans for life, regardless of when they served or how they lost their sight.
Supporting blind veterans for life, regardless of when they served or how they lost their sight.

With the "No One Alone campaign" we at Blind Veterans UK want to let vision impaired veterans and their families know that we are here for them.  It doesn't matter when they served, or for how long. Nor does it matter how they lost their sight. If they served their country then they do not have to battle blindness alone.

Blind Veterans UK is here for them.

We offer practical help, giving each blind veteran the skills and confidence to pick up their life, and become independent again. We're there when families can't cope, and we stay with them when times are good. Blind Veterans UK is a community for life.

If you care for someone who served their country and has lost their sight, please get in touch with us.


Do you know anyone who served in the Armed Forces or did National Service who is now battling severe sight problems? If so Blind Veterans UK may well be able to provide them and their family with a lifetime's worth of free practical and emotional support.

 

Sounds too good to be true?  Well, it's not.

 

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We are the leading organisation supporting vision impaired ex-Service men and women, regardless of when or for how long they served. We get our blind veterans back on their feet, recovering their independence and discovering a life beyond sight loss. 

 

Our top quality services include providing lifelong welfare support, independent living support, training, long-term nursing, residential and respite care. Sight loss isn't temporary - we support every veteran and their family for the rest of their lives.

 

Blind Veterans UK has a very diverse membership including veterans who served in WW2, ex-Service personnel suffering from macular degeneration and young men who have been injured while serving in Iraq and Afghanistan.

 

Regardless of their age or the cause of their sight loss, all of our veterans feel like they are part of a strong, positive community of people who understand what sight loss means to them.  The spirit of mutual support is vital, and helps our blind veterans to rediscover hope and confidence.

 

If you know anyone who served in National Service or the Armed Forces and has severe sight problems, please do not hesitate to contact Blind Veterans UK on 0800 389 7979 our visit our No One Alone website for more information.

Qualifying for Blind Veterans UK's support

Qualifying for Blind Veterans UK's support

Who qualifies for support from Blind Veterans UK

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Blind Veterans UK's Llandudno centre.

Llandudno centre

Queens Road,
Llandudno,
LL30 1UT

Blind Veterans UK Sheffield centre

Sheffield centre

276 Fulwood Road,
Sheffield,
S10 3BN

Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre.

Brighton centre

Greenways,
Ovingdean,
Brighton,
East Sussex ,
BN2 7BS

Blind Veterans UK's Llandudno centre.

Llandudno centre

Queens Road,
Llandudno,
LL30 1UT

Blind Veterans UK Sheffield centre

Sheffield centre

276 Fulwood Road,
Sheffield,
S10 3BN

Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre.

Brighton centre

Greenways,
Ovingdean,
Brighton,
East Sussex ,
BN2 7BS

London Centre

London head office

Blind Veterans UK,
12-14 Harcourt Street,
London,
W1H 4HD

Community Centre

Community

Address Line 1,
London,
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