About Warwickshire Vision Support  Serving more than 3 000 visually impaired people with the support of over 280 volunteers  Warwickshire Vision Support provides information and advice services  social clubs and Vision Support Centres across the whole county.  What is the Vision Support Desk?  The Hospital Advice and Information Service is available across all eye clinics in Warwickshire.  It is designed to provide you with support at the point of diagnosis.  We will explain the Rehabilitation and Registration process  introduce you to our information and advice services as well as the range of social support activities available to you.  The Service provides advice about help available through Warwickshire Vision Support as well as signposting services provided by other organisations.  We can familiarise you with a comprehensive range of visual aids  tell you about your local Vision Support Centre and introduce you to your local Club.  We will also let you know what happens next if you are referred to Warwickshire Vision Support for a rehabilitation assessment and what are the benefits of joining the Register of Blind and Partially Sighted People.  Of most importance  we will ensure that you have our contact details so you can get in touch with us at a later date with any questions.  We understand that this is a difficult time and that you have a great deal of information to take in all at once.  We want you to know that we are here to help and support you as you adjust to living with sight loss.   

Support Desk Opening Times  This is an ad hoc service.  If there is nobody present please approach a member of the eye clinic staff who will be happy to give you details about how to contact us.