PrioritEyes is the UK’s largest independent provider of Rehabilitation staff supporting people who are Blind and Partially-Sighted
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PrioritEyes has an established track record of working in partnership with the public, private and third sectors to achieve best value outcomes for people who are blind or partially-sighted. We have provided qualified & experienced locum Rehabilitation, plus other specialist sensory services, throughout London and across the UK, from East Sussex to the Scottish Highlands.

Our team specialise in holistic Assessment, followed by a programme of 1:1 person-centred intervention including orientation & mobility, activities of daily living, communication, emotional support and signposting. Their purpose is to support people living with sight loss to rebuild their confidence and independence, as part of the largest independent Rehab Agency in the UK. Our team is also unique in being managed by a practicing Rehabilitation Officer,
Norma Baillie, who is registered blind.

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PrioritEyes excels at providing:

  • Cost-effective solutions to your sensory staffing needs
  • Made-to-measure projects including our unique Pathfinder
  • Advice and support around Access and Inclusion
  • Staff and Volunteer training
  • Professional Supervision and Project Management
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PrioritEyes is committed to providing the highest level of service to help you meet your requirements under The Care Act 2014 and The Equalities Act 2010. All staff have current Enhanced DBS Disclosures and are fully HMRC tax-compliant.

Have You ever wondered what it is like for those with vision loss?
Below are some examples of the most common eye conditions.

  • The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Retinitis Pigmentosa

    The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Retinitis Pigmentosa

  • The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Macular Degeneration

    The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Macular Degeneration

  • The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with  Diabetic Retinopathy

    The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Diabetic Retinopathy

  • The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with a Corneal Edema

    The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with a Corneal Edema

  • The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Cataracts

    The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Cataracts

  • The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Glaucoma

    The right-hand lens shows what someone might see with Glaucoma

Want to know more?

Then please take some time to look at Our Services section for more information about what we do and how we can add value to your organisation.

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