Support for you
We provide free information and support to those with macular disease, along with their family and friends, to help people keep their independence.
Along with our online resources, we have a team of friendly and knowledgeable professionals who can answer questions and provide information and advice about any aspect of living with macular disease.
Free confidential advice and support
Call our Advice and Information service on 0300 3030 111
Lines are open 9am - 5pm Monday to FridayAbout the Advice and Information service
Are you newly diagnosed?
Have you been diagnosed with macular disease? We can help you to understand your condition and provide support. Find out how we can help you.
Are you a young person or of working age?
Are you not yet retired and over the age of 16? Find out what support is available to you.
Supporting someone with macular disease?
Are you caring for someone with macular disease? It can be difficult to understand central vision loss and to know what support a person may need. We are here to help you. You don’t need to cope alone.
Do you need one to one support?
We are here to help with our telephone Befriending, Mentoring, Counselling Services and more.
Are you looking for help in your daily life?
Assess your risk of macular disease, find practical tips and advice, ask a tech expert and more.
Would you like support from a group of like-minded people
Find a support group in your local area, a condition specific groups online and sign up to our winter conference calls.
Help with benefits
Welfare benefits are available to help those living with macular disease, and their families, with extra costs.
Macular Society events
Events, videos, and general guidance from the Macular Society.
Join our community at the Macular Society
Become a member today and get your first six months free
From practical tips for dealing with sight loss to the latest research into treatments and a cure; we’re here to help you Beat Macular Disease.Start your free six months free trial today