There’s no doubt this is a worrying time for all of us. But here at seescape, we wanted to let you know that we are doing everything we can to keep you – and our staff – safe.
We are planning on remaining open for now but wish to keep visitors to an absolute minimum. If people are visiting the centre you are being asked questions about your health prior to entering. In addition, we are following NHS advice with stringent hand washing / sanitising measures in place; again before
Our support team are still visiting critical clients, but on a case by case basis and have enhanced PPE and hygiene products with strict protocols in place which we ask are respected. Other clients are being provided with telephone support and advice. As things progress, this may change to a telephone only system. If
you need assistance at this time please contact us either by phone or the website www.seescape.org.uk
We’re keeping a close eye on all developments and following the Government’s guidelines. We will keep you updated regularly.
Carl Hodson CEO
seescape is the operational name of Fife Society for the Blind. The new name was unveiled by Provost Jim Leishman at a reception which took place on Monday 10th September at Wilson Avenue, Kirkcaldy.
After 150 years of serving the people of Fife as the leading provider of support for people experiencing sight loss, it was felt we needed a change to see us into and through the 21st century. After wide consultation the name seescape was chosen. It was felt this name encompassed our mission to “expand horizons for people with sight impairment”
seescape‘s strategy to carry us through to 2020 will ensure that we continue to deliver services that are relevant and needed for people with a sight impairment. We will continue to consult with clients, our staff and volunteers to keep learning and developing our services.