Dealing with visual impairment
We realise that there's a range and variety of visual impairments and that people with some vision, as well as those with blindness, can benefit from help with their day-to-day banking.
We try to incorporate this into the services that we offer so that we can help you, whether it be with colour blindness, tunnel vision, distorted or blurred vision, or total sight loss. It is important to us that you or someone you care for receive the support you need to do your banking.
There are a number of ways we may be able to help you:
Get in touch
If you feel that you would benefit from any of these services then please let us know, either by going into a Santander branch or giving us a call on
0800 9 123 123 (Monday to Saturday 7am to 11pm and Sundays 8am to 10pm).
What else is available?
Further help and support for individuals and families who are affected by visual impairment can be found from the following charities:
Royal National Institute of Blind People: http://www.rnib.org.uk/
Action for Blind People: https://actionforblindpeople.org.uk/
Guide Dogs: http://www.guidedogs.org.uk/
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