Supporting blind veterans
We give guidance and support to veterans as they adjust to sight loss and regain their personal independence. Whatever the level of support they need, we will work with them for the rest of their lives.
- Introduction weeks
- Information technology
- Sports and recreation
- Art and craft
- Clubs and societies
We have three centres in England and Wales; on the South Coast, in the North of England and in North Wales.
Each centre is a place for recreation, training and rehabilitation for blind veterans and their families.
We provide professional support, care and training to help blind veterans enjoy life beyond sight loss, starting by helping people to understand the implications of their vision impairment.
St Dunstan's since 1915, Blind Veterans UK support blind and partially sighted ex-military personnel and their families, helping them regain their independence and enjoy life again after blindness. Here we hear from some of the people who have already benefited from the charity's assistance.
Blind Veterans UK introductory week with guidance and support to regain independence
Blind Veterans UK regional teams find support for blind veterans dealing with sight loss
Blind Veterans UK develop computer skills for information and connection
Sports and recreation
Military charity Blind Veterans UK provide sports and recreational for blind veterans
Rehabilitation and Training
Blind Veterans UK rehabilitation officers specialise in helping veterans adjust to sight loss
Art and craft
Blind Veterans UK help develop creativity with a dedicated Art and Craft department
Clubs and societies
Our clubs and societies are more than just social: they give veterans a place to exchange ideas, knowledge and experienc…
Blind Veterans UK provide Nursing and Social Care at our Brighton and Llandudno Centres