Living with macular disease can be frustrating, but with the right guidance and support, people can cope very well. Our services can give you the tools to learn more about your condition and to help maintain your independence.

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Our practical guides cover technology, employment, coping at home, enjoying life out and about, and tips for healthy living, including nutrition.

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Free information and support to those with macular disease, along with their family and friends, to help people retain their independence.

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Teaching you skills that could help you continue reading, enjoying TV, staying independent and doing the things you love, with macular disease.

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Macular Society’s Connect by Tech service offers one-to-one telephone support with the technology you are using around your home.

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Devices like magnifiers, tablet computers and phones, as well as large-print products, can help you make the best use of your vision and ensure life runs as smoothly as possible.

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Answer just five simple questions and we'll estimate your risk of age-related macular degeneration.

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Become a member of the Macular Society today to access the latest advice, information and support from our team of experts. Be part of the only community dedicated to finding a cure.