Our Partners


Visionary is a membership organisation for local sight loss charities – sometimes known as local societies or associations for blind and partially sighted people.

Visionary believes that local organisations are best placed to offer local help and support. They have lots of information and advice and practical solutions to living with sight loss.

Be My Eyes is a FREE mobile app designed specifically to bring sight to the blind
and visually impaired. Be My Eyes connects blind and visually impaired individuals
to sighted helpers from all over the world through a live video call. The app is easy to use and allows you to have sight on demand, so whenever you need visualassistance, our sighted helpers are here for you. Be My Eyes has grown to become the largest global online community for the blind and visually impaired. The app is now used in 150 countries, with more than 35,000 blind and visually impaired individuals being assisted by more than 500,000 sighted helpers. Every day, helpers lend their eyes to solve challenges both big and small in the lives of the blind
and visually impaired. You can Download Be My Eyes here.


My Eyes is world’s most advanced wearable assistive technology solution
They’ve pioneered a compact device with insightful functionality. Hear any text, appearing on any surface. Recognize the faces of people in your life. Identify supermarket products and money notes. For people who are blind, visually impaired, or have dyslexia, aphasia or other conditions. OrCam MyEye gives independence. For further information and a demo please contact Open Sight on 023 8064 1244 or email info@opensight.org.uk


O2 Gurus Offer Tech Accessibility Workshop for the Visually Impaired.
O2 Eastleigh located in the Swan Shopping Centre and Hampshire charity Open Sight have teamed up to offer partially sighted and blind people living in Eastleigh and the surrounding areas the opportunity to brush up on their IT skills and get the most out of their mobile phones and tablets.
The Tech Accessibility workshop will take place on 7 June between 10am and 12pm at Wells Place Centre, Wells Place, Eastleigh, SO50 5LJ
The workshop is free however booking is compulsory. People can book their place by calling Open Sight on 023 8064 1244 or by emailing info@opensight.org.uk