Macular degeneration can have a big impact on your everyday life, however with the right information and support you can overcome your worries and maintain your independence.

How we can help

The Macular Society has been supporting people with macular conditions for over 30 years. We provide free information and support to those with macular disease, along with their family and friends.

All our services are free; no one has to face macular disease alone.

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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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Are you dealing with the emotional challenges of macular disease? It can help to speak to a professional counsellor, who is trained to listen and to talk through your feelings and help you find ways of dealing with them. This service is for anyone who has been diagnosed with macular disease or their family members. Use our free service today.

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If you feel isolated, our telephone befrienders can provide a regular friendly phone call. You can talk about living with macular disease, or not - the conversation is guided by you.

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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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Join our community at the Macular Society

Become a member today and get your first six months free

From practical tips for dealing with sight loss to the latest research into treatments and a cure; we’re here to help you Beat Macular Disease.

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