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.
Advice and Information
Free information and support to those with macular disease, along with their family and friends, to help people retain their independence.
Local support groups and information events
We provide virtual support and face to face support, sometimes one to one and sometimes in group settings. We also run regional information events. Find out more here or by calling the Advice and Information Service on 0300 3030 111.
Telephone counselling service
We have a team of qualified counsellors offering counselling to anyone who has been diagnosed with macular disease, and their family members.
If you feel isolated, our telephone befrienders can provide a regular friendly phone call. You can talk about living with macular disease, or not - the conversation is guided by you.
We can put you in touch with someone who’s had treatment for macular disease, to answer your questions and put your mind at rest.
The Macular Society provides mentors who can support people through their own personal experiences of macular disease.
Skills for seeing
Teaching you skills that could help you continue reading, enjoying TV, staying independent and doing the things you love, with macular disease.
Working age and young people
The Macular Society's Working Age and Young People's service supports people with macular disease who may not have reached retirement age.
Connect by Tech service
Macular Society’s Connect by Tech service offers one-to-one telephone support with the technology you are using around your home.
We asked the experts the questions you wanted answered: on food, staying safe at the eye clinic, and different macular conditions. Catch up with any webinars you missed, or watch again in your own time.
Become a member
Become a member of the Macular Society today to access the latest advice, information and support from our team of experts. Be part of the only community dedicated to finding a cure.
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