Summary: This section provides information about the NCBI, including reports and policy documents, what the NCBI do, how to contact the NCBI and how the NCBI is governed.
Vision, Mission and Values of the NCBI
NCBI, the national sight loss agency, is a not for profit charitable organisation which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss.
We also provide a range of services to public and private organisations to make sure that their services are accessible to people who are blind and vision impaired.
NCBI celebrated a phenomenal 80 years of providing vital services to people living with sight loss in 2011. Find out more about our history.
Contact details for the NCBI head office and regional offices and resource centres
NCBI is a registered charity (CHY 4626). NCBI’s Board of Directors, under the Chairpersonship of Kevin O Boyle, is responsible for the total service of the organisation.
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Includes our leaflets reports and strategies.
The Research and Policy Department supports and conducts research relating to sight loss in order to ensure the continued provision of innovative and relevant services by NCBI and the public and private sectors.
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