Blind Veterans UK Brighton centre
Overlooking Brighton and the English Channel, we moved into our centre at Ovingdean in October 1938.
Visually-impaired veterans can come to the centre for their initial visit and assessment. During their introductory week we carefully assess each person's vision impairment, and speak to them and their families about how we can help through training and rehabilitation.
After this visit, our members can come back to our Brighton centre for holidays, respite, residential and nursing care. As well as helping with fitness and mobility, we give veterans with sight loss the skills they need to live an independent life.