With more than 12,000 clients, the Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) is the largest provider of free services to people who are blind or vision impaired in South Australia.
Our aim is to help people who experience severe vision loss live full and independent lives.
The RSB has eight offices throughout South Australia, including our Corporate Office and the Low Vision Centre in Adelaide, three metropolitan and three regional outlets.
The RSB’s Low Vision Centre (LVC) is the only integrated vision support facility of its type in Australia and has one of the most expansive low vision aid displays in the southern hemisphere.
Located at RSB’s Knapman House, 230 Pirie Street Adelaide, the LVC provides specialist vision assessment to determine the most appropriate low vision aids for each RSB client.
All RSB services are provided free of charge to clients, including:
• Low Vision Services
• Employment Services
• Child & Youth Services
• Digital Library Service
• Print Alternatives
• Counselling and Support
• Volunteer Services
• The RSB Guide Dog Service
A not-for-profit organisation, the RSB relies on the generosity and support of the community to continue to provide free services to people who are blind or vision impaired in South Australia.
To find out more about the RSB, what we do, and how you can help please visit www.rsb.org.au
or call (08) 8417 5555.