Do you need one to one support?
There may be times when you need extra support to help you understand or cope with your sight loss. We offer a variety of services to help you keep your independence and to ensure you never feel alone.
Free information and support to those with macular disease, along with their family and friends, to help people retain their independence.
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.
Are you dealing with the emotional challenges of macular disease? It can help to speak to a professional counsellor, who is trained to listen and to talk through your feelings and help you find ways of dealing with them.
The Macular Society provides mentors who can support people through their own personal experiences of macular disease.
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.
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