National Council for the Blind is Ireland’s national sight loss charity, which provides support and services nationwide to people experiencing sight loss.
National Council for the Blind is Ireland’s national sight loss charity, providing services to over 6,300 people every year.
We offer a range of services to adults and children living with sight loss. These include information and advice which help in many areas of life such as using public transport, cooking and shopping and education. We also provide emotional and practical support through individual and family counselling and other support services.
Other services include providing rehabilitation services, technology assistance, employment support, library facilities and other training.
We work with people across the country to help them live as independent and fulfilling lives as possible.
For people who are blind and vision-impaired to have the same opportunities, rights and choices as others to fully participate in society.