Middlesex Association for the Blind was founded in 1922 to provide support to people with a visual impairment across the Middlesex region. Today we provide a range of services to people living in the London Boroughs of Barnet, Brent, Ealing, Enfield, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Haringey and Richmond.
There are estimated to be over 80,000 people living with a visual impairment across the nine London Boroughs that we serve. We aim to provide support for anyone that is newly diagnosed with a permanent visual impairment to help them to continue to live independently. We can help in coming to terms with a visual impairment through our Rapid Response, Early Intervention and Home Visiting Services. We help to organise training and rehabilitation as well as befriending and help in the home. We also provide a range of other services designed to support those adjusting to living with a sight impairment.
We are delighted to have as our patron His Royal Highness The Duke of Gloucester. His Royal Highness has held a long-standing interest in our work, attending our 90th Anniversary celebrations. His valuable support helps us to promote independent living for people with sight loss.
Should you wish to contact us about our services or getting help, please call us on 020 8423 5141 or visit our Contact Us page for details of how you can get in touch.