"NESS is delighted with the impact our joint working with Scottish War Blinded has had on the lives of our mutual service users. As part of our assessment process, our teams refer numerous vision impaired ex-service men and women to Scottish War Blinded, who are able to provide support and assistance that are not funded from statutory services." Graham Findlay, Chief Executive of North East Sensory Services (NESS) 

Referrals from Health and Social Care Professionals

Health professional with memberAre you an optomotrist, social worker, charity worker, or other professional working with a visually impaired veteran?

The role of health and social professionals is vital in helping us to support more of the thousands of veterans who are eligible for our support but are not currently receiving it. 

If you come into contact with anyone who could benefit from our free service, please let them know about us.

With their permission, you can also refer them to us using the contact form below. 

If you are able to display leaflets and / or posters to help spread the word, please email us. 

Veterans do not have to have been injured during service to benefit from Scottish War Blinded's support. Many veterans have sight loss relating to age and illness, such as macular degeneration or glaucoma. 

We can offer:

We offer a tailored, one-to-one service, focused on each individual's needs. 

Referrals to Scottish War Blinded

If you would like to refer a potential Scottish War Blinded member to us please submit their contact details. The person you are referring needs to have given permission for their information to be shared with us.

Please provide contact details for the person we should contact about this referral