- Eye health and eye care
- Parents of Children with Vision Impairments
- Friends and Relatives
- Education professionals
- Health professionals
- Architects & Engineers
- Students and Researchers
- Ways you can assist a person with sight loss
- Best practice guides
- Assisting customers who are blind or vision impaired
- Good practice guide - the retail experience
- Making banking accessible
- Making events and conferences accessible
- Making football stadiums accessible
- Making meetings accessible
- Making your business accessible to customers with sight loss
- Making sports and fitness accessible
Summary: We have also produced a number of best practice guides, which will help you to make your services, buildings and information accessible to people who are blind and vision impaired.
Guidelines on how retailers can make their outlets more accessible to people who are blind or vision impaired.
Here you will find best practice guidelines on how businesses can make their services accessible to customers who are blind or vision impaired.
Find out more about how to provide quality customer service to people who are blind or vision impaired in a range of settings.
Making your centre more accessible to customers with vision impairment and how to help people with sight problems to access gym facilities and get the most out of their fitness programmes.
A guide to providing a service for football supporters who are blind or vision impaired.
Read our guide on ways services can be made accessible to customers who are blind or vision impaired.
This guide offers practical advice on how to meet the requirements of the Equality Acts 2000–2004 and the Disability Act 2005, as well as Part M of the Building Regulations, as they relate to people with impaired vision using hospital buildings – whether as inpatients, outpatients, visitors or employees.
Find out more about how to make your event or conference accessible to people who are blind or vision impaired.
Taking the time to make your meetings suitable to participants who are blind or vision impaired will benefit all of your participants. We have outlined some guidelines to help you to make your meetings more inclusive to everyone.