Angel Eyes Northern Ireland was set up by parents of blind and partially sighted children and provides emotional and practical support for parents in the same position.
It offers parents support to help demystify services and to join up the dots thus empowering parents so they are able to navigate the help that is available for them and their child.
- Parent to parent support from diagnosis
- Support through every stage of your child’s life
- Education Advocacy service
- Accessible Family Events
- Signposting to other services
- Parent Workshops
- Drop in Support Group for parents
City East Business Centre
68-72 Newtownards Road
Phone: 028 9094 1632
Guide Dogs NI
Hundreds of children and young people across Northern Ireland are living with sight loss, but many of them are not getting the support they need.
Across Northern Ireland we are focussed on providing Habilitation through our Movement Matters service – training that helps children with sight loss to develop orientation and independence skills.
For more information on how we can help your family please contact the team by calling or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Guide Dogs Children’s Services /Guide Dogs – Northern Ireland
Belfast Mobility Team
18 Heron Road
Phone: 0845 3727 402
RNIB Northern Ireland provides support for children, young people and families to enjoy the same rights, responsibilities, opportunities and quality of life as those with full sight. We support children and young people aged 0-25 throughout their sight loss journey. We provide emotional support to parents and carers, information and advice, child and family events, confidence and skills building residentials for young people and specialist family weekends and therapies for children with sight loss and complex needs. Our “Eyewise” programme for schools educates sighted children about sight loss and eye health.
15-17 Gloucester Street
Phone: 028 9032 9373