Living with macular disease

Macular disease has a profound impact on those with the condition. The right information and support can help people retain their independence.

Changes to lighting and décor, as well as using gadgets and technology, can help everyday life with macular disease.

Macular disease prevents some people getting out and about. Support is available to help people remain independent.

Technology is becoming an essential part of day-to-day life for people with sight loss.

There are many gadgets available to help people with sight loss carry out their everyday tasks.

It is very common for people with macular disease to experience visual hallucinations, known as Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS).

Registering as sight impaired often makes it easier to get additional support and may also qualify you for benefits.