Welcome To Site Scotland

Supported Integration,Training and Employment (SITE) is a charity for blind and visually impaired people covering Glasgow and the West of Scotland. We give expert support, advice and training to anyone affected by sight loss, right where it’s needed the most.

As a Disabled Persons User-led Organisation (DPULO) we relate to the needs of our clients as we view and provide our services from a sight loss perspective.

If you have any comments please let us know by visiting our Contact Page and use any of the methods of getting in touch.

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smartspeakers Surge

  Smartspeaker ownership is growing rapidly. Already up 3% in 2018 to date, ownership of voice-activated speakers now stands at 8% of the adult UK population  – with voice searches more generally also rising rapidly. In 2016, 1 in every 5 Google ...

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Visit our resources area for information about our high quality training, Open Door Mondays and all of our factsheets.

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SITE Scotland aims to help people create, develop and contribute their own multimedia content and offers training on how to capture audio, video and images and add them to the SITE Scotland website. Click here to register or to upload your own content now.

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Definitely Dotty by Charlotte Bennie

Often, I am totally bamboozled by what the general public considers to be disabled accessible. Yes, I know, I have gone on, and on, about inaccessible toilets, but there’s a lot more to this. After all, you can only spend ...

Engagedly Inaccessable by Charlotte Bennie

Engagedly Inaccessable When you think about it, the term “Disabled Toilet” is a bit silly. I don’t wish to cause offence, but disabled means something isn’t working as it should. I much prefer the term, “Accessible Toilet”. Of course, you all ...

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Look Out Andy, Here’s Laura!

Listen to this short interview with Laura Grant,SITE Member and Volunteer, on her recent success playing tennis as a blind person. Listen here.

The Boys from Turnbull High!

Students from Turnbull High, Bishopbriggs raised, as part of the Youth Philanthropic Initiative, funds to support our services for blind and partially sighted people. Listen to the audio to find out ...

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