This project has Assistant Professor Patranit Srijuntrapun lecturer of Department of Social Sciences and the head of research project. The Sustainable Livelihood Framework was applied to analyse the lives of visually disabled people with the goal of creating a Sustainable Livelihood Framework specifically suited for the daily needs of visually impaired people. Empirical evidence was drawn from semi-structured interviews with 12 visually impaired participants who were selected according to conditions of visual impairment and then with 6 visually impaired people who had professionally successful lives in Thailand’s capital Bangkok. The findings demonstrated that self-concept and societal attitude were the fundamental factors in constructing a secure and sustainable livelihood for visually disabled people. Additionally, social acceptance was an essential requirement for visually impaired people to enhance their livelihood.