Visibility... our favourite Charity

 are the leading sight loss charity in the west of Scotland, delivering a range of information, support and services to over 3,000 people with a visual impairment, and their families and carers, each year.  David Cant, MD and founder of Albion made the decision to support Visibility as his late father was the eminent eye surgeon, Stanley Cant who practised in Glasgow. Were he still alive today, Stanley would no longer be practising, however he would see the value in the excellent and much needed work provided by Visibility and would do all that he could to support the charity. David is doing this in memory of his father.

What services can Visibility provide?  

  • Independent Living Support - we support people with sight loss to learn how to live safely and independently in their own homes.


  • Social and Recreational Opportunities - to reduce isolation and  improve physical and mental wellbeing


  • Children and Families Activities - to build confidence and independence in children with visual impairments, and to help parents access a peer support network of others who can truly understand, advise and support.


  • Mobility training and rehabilitation support - to help people with visual impairments move around the world safely and confidently, and to help stroke patients and others with brain injuries regain control of their lives more quickly.


  • Eccentric Reading Training - to help those who have lost their central vision to learn to read again using their peripheral vision


  • Patient Support – to offer emotional and practical support within a hospital setting to people trying to come to terms with their sight loss diagnosis


  • Information Helpline – trained workers provide advice and guidance over the phone and by email


  • Resource Centre – to provide advice, and a chance to try out different aids and equipment to help with daily living


  • Technology workshops – to make technology relevant and accessible to children and adults with sight loss


Throughout our 150 year history our values and pioneering approach have remained the same. We encourage children and adults with sight loss to make their own choices and pursue their own dreams and we support them to live full, active and independent lives within their own communities. For more information please visit our website or call us on 0141 332 4632. 

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