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Help to shape the Low Vision Service in Scotland

You are warmly invited to join the Low Vision Service Conversation – shape the new service.

There is work underway to develop a National Low Vision Service for Scotland. Low Vision Services, sometimes known as Low Vision Aid Services, help people use their vision as best they can. For example, assessment and supply aids or lighting to help with every-day tasks.

You can shape the new service by sharing:

  • Your views, opinions and experiences of the Low Vision Services in Scotland you have accessed before or during the pandemic
  • Your thoughts on positive and negative impacts of the pandemic on provision, delivery and access to Low Vision Services
  • Your expectations of a high quality National Low Vision Service

Take part in shaping the Service:

You can take part in 5 different ways:

  • Complete an online Survey
  • Complete an electronic Survey Questionnaire
  • Complete a large print postal Survey Questionnaire
  • Participate in a small online Focus Group
  • Participate in an individual telephone discussion

The information you provide will inform the development of the new National Low Vision Service for Scotland.

If you would like to request an accessible survey, arrange a telephone discussion or have any queries, please contact Dr Hazel McFarlane, Senior Sensory Hub Officer, Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland.

Email:  Mobile: 07595 453 318

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