Children and Young People

Sensory Services by Sight for Surrey believes all children and young people have the potential to lead fulfilling and happy lives – whatever their abilities or disabilities.

When a child is diagnosed with a serious sight problem or a dual sensory loss, it can be a very difficult and emotional time for the whole family.  Families are also likely to have many questions that they would like answered.

Our qualified and experienced team ensures that children and young people with vision impairment (VI) or multi – sensory impairment (MSI) and their families receive a creative and innovative service that will support them all, and assist each child to reach their full potential.

Volunteer Liz with Lee Roake who Sight for Surrey has supported since he was three years old, trying his hand at archery.
Image shows a member of staff with two young people supported by the charity, they are showing herbs in their hands that they have picked from the garden.
Registration as Vision Impaired
Image shows a young boy wearing a colourful top and grey trousers walking on grass using a white cane.