An MAB Volunteer assisting an MAB visually impaired client.

Home Visiting

We provide a unique service for people who are blind and partially sighted to assist, support and enable them to continue to live independently in their own homes.

MAB's Rapid Response Counsellor listening intently to a client talk

Rapid Response Counselling

The Rapid Response Counselling Service provides counselling and emotional support to those who are having difficulty coming to terms with or adapting to their sight loss.

Andy, MAB's Project Manager standing outside the Mobile Resource Unit parked on Harrow High Street.

Mobile Resource Unit

The mobile resource unit, with its distinctive livery, can be found at different venues across the Middlesex region.

John Monkhouse, MAB's Employment Officer shaking hands with an MAB client

Employment Services

MAB can help with CV preparation, covering letters and interview skills, as well as advising on potential opportunities for employment and career development.

A close up shot of hands reading Braille.

Braille and I.T. Training

Braille training is provided for all levels of ability, and our I.T. training courses provide an introduction to using a computer and assumes no prior experience.

An MAB volunteer with a phone held to her ear, listening intently to an MAB client talking

Telephone Befriending Service

Middlesex Association for the Blind offers our telephone befriending service to clients who are blind or visually impaired. Our telephone befriender helps tackle feelings of isolation and loneliness.