Services Available in Bristol
Living with sight loss courses
Our one, two or six day community based, confidence building courses provide information, advice, support and practical solutions to independent living.Read about Living with Sight Loss course
Children, young people and families
With the right support children can take part in exciting activities, develop friendships and have fun growing up without feeling excluded.Read about Children and family services
Our technology team can advise and train you with technology that can support you with employment, hobbies, keeping in touch with family and more.Read about Assistive technology
Our Independent Living Coordinators can advise on keeping your independence; from money, benefits to housing and travel. It's best to seek advice at the earliest opportunity.Read about Independent living
Action Talking Therapy Network
Blind and partially sighted adults are welcome to receive assistance through our emotional support and counselling service. This free service includes one to one or group sessions either at our Centre in Bedminster or at your own home.
We recognise that early support enables people to achieve independence and improve quality of life by regaining daily living skills, orientation, mobility and communication. We provide this service for partially sighted and blind adults who live within Bristol and South Gloucestershire.
Bristol has a resource centre which provides an excellent opportunity for you to get advice, find information about local services and try out or buy equipment, such as talking clocks, watches, kitchen aids, magnifiers and large button telephones.
Opening hours: 9.30am to 5pm Mondays to Fridays.
Christmas opening hours:
- Friday 23 9.30am – 5pm
- Monday 26 - Closed
- Tuesday 27 - Closed
- Wednesday 28 - 9.30am – 5pm
- Thursday 29 - 9.30am – 5pm
- Friday 30 – 9.30am – 5pm
- Monday 2 – Closed
- Tuesday 3 – 9.30am – 5pm