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This year we celebrate 100 years of supporting blind and sight impaired children and adults living across West Sussex.
Our vision is for everyone living with sight loss in our county, to receive the support they need to enable them to lead a life without limits.
As we have continued to do throughout the pandemic, our Covid safe measures will remain in place. This means that our team will continue to wear masks and maintain social distancing, where possible, during appointments. Our staff will continue twice-weekly testing, and our cleaning and sanitising procedures will also remain. Additionally, Our frontline team have all received first and second doses of the Covid vaccine.
We continue to provide support for you by phone, email, digital technology and also by booked appointments in our centres or in your own home.
If you would like advice or support, or wish to book an appointment, please call us on 01243 828555.
We are still here to support you.
Top Tips on wearing face masks:
Click here for our guide on wearing face masks and links to the official exemption cards too.
The latest home testing information:
Click here for the latest information on Accessibility improvements to coronavirus home testing – RNIB
Mental Health Support:
Samaritans – 116 123 – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Mind*- 0300 123 3393 – Supportive online community, Side by Side.
Anxiety UK*- 03444 775 774
*Please note: these are NOT crisis services. If you are in need of urgent support, please contact NHS 111, your own GP or go to your local A&E department.
WSCC Community Hub – 033 022 27980 – Everyday, 8am to 8pm. – Available for urgent support with food, medicine, utilities bills or heating.
How can we help?
Find out more about the services and support that 4Sight Vision Support offers to those living with sight loss.
“… I am involved with activities that even as a sighted person, I never thought I would be doing … 4Sight Vision Support can help us all grown in confidence, independence, capability and very importantly, to believe in ourselves…”
Read Julia’s Story here