Pioneering service for visually impaired

Action for Blind People's�pioneering mobile Sight Loss Information Service packed with the latest aids, equipment and specialist advice for blind and partially sighted people.
Action for Blind People's�pioneering mobile Sight Loss Information Service packed with the latest aids, equipment and specialist advice for blind and partially sighted people.

Action for Blind People’s pioneering mobile sight loss information service will be visiting Northumberland this month at the kind invitation of Northumberland County Blind Association.

The mobile Sight Loss Information Service, run by national charity Action for Blind People, will open its doors to people interested in or affected by visual impairment.

Staffed by a friendly and knowledgeable team, it carries the latest technology and gadgets to improve daily life. From vibrating bank note detectors to talking microwaves and tin lids, staff on the unit offer impartial, practical advice and support.

The service will be at the car park at Otterburn Mill on Tuesday, September 30, between 10am and noon.

Between 2pm and 4pm, it will be at the car park in the centre of Wooler.