Isle of Ely Society for the Blind are dedicated to giving high levels of care, understanding and temperament to those less able to see. Running since 1923, they are there to offer advice and practical support to visually impaired people and their families, on social, health, financial, domestic and personal matters. They can advise on aids for the visually impaired that enable you to lead independent lives in your own home.
It can be a struggle for people that are blind, especially in day to day to life, so Isle of Ely Society for the Blind also offer a range of activities (educational, self-help and social – clubs, outings and holidays) and facilities to help make your day that much more enjoyable. They can offer:
- Support and advice to individuals and families
- Support group meetings and activities
- Basic introduction to computers
- Advice on benefits, accessibility aids and support.
- Resource centre
They are based in the March Town Hall where they have a Resource Centre which has computers, sight aids and games available. If visiting the resource centre, bookings are by appointment only, so please call in advance to arrange.
Please click here for more information about the Isle of Ely Society for the Blind or contact them using the information below.
Isle of Ely Society for the Blind
The Town Hall
01354 656 726
Monday to Friday – 9.30am to 1.30pm