About Us

The Partially Sighted Society (PSS) is a dedicated organisation working to improve the lives of people living with sight loss. We understand the challenges faced by those with partial vision, and our mission is to empower independence and well-being.


Our Vision:

We envision a world where everyone with sight loss can participate fully and confidently in all aspects of life.

Our Services:

We offer a wealth of information and advice on living with partial sight. This includes navigating daily tasks, maximising remaining vision, and accessing helpful assistive technologies.

Our resource centre provides access to a wide range of low vision aids, from magnifiers and electronic readers to lighting solutions and daily living tools.

Mental Health and Wellbeing Support:

Recognising the emotional impact of sight loss, the PSS offers a dedicated mental health and wellbeing service. Our qualified practitioner provides confidential support through one-on-one sessions (in person, online, or by phone), helping individuals navigate the challenges of vision loss and improve their overall well-being.

Social Connection:

We foster a supportive community through social events and support groups allowing people to connect with others who understand the unique challenges of sight loss.

Who We Help:

The PSS is here for anyone experiencing partial sight loss, regardless of age or cause. We also welcome family members and caregivers seeking to better understand and support their loved ones.

We invite you to explore our website and discover the resources and support available. Whether you're newly diagnosed or seeking new strategies to live well with sight loss, The PSS is here to help you navigate your journey with sight loss.