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  1. Thomas Pocklington Trust (TPT)

    Thomas Pocklington Trust is a national charity dedicated to delivering positive change for people with sight loss. Our work with our partner organisations is changing the lives of blind and visually impaired people across the UK. We are committed to increasing...

  2. postal library service

    From: Calibre Audio Library

    a choice of over 8,000 audio books for all tastes - fiction and non-fiction - chosen specially to appeal to members over 1,500 books for children and young people - read more about Young Calibre here books read cover to cover by professional actors and...

  3. British Blind Sport

    The work of the charity enables blind and partially sighted people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport and recreational activities in the UK.

  4. Activities

    From: Epiphany Adult Care Consultancy & Care Services

    We have a schedule of stimulating and engaging activities that can be delivered to you in the comfort of your own home on a one to one basis, or can be delivered to a group. At Epiphany we very much understand the detrimental impact of loneliness on vulnerable...

  5. London Vision

    London Vision is a brand new sight loss charity, dedicated to serving blind and partially sighted people across all of London’s 32 boroughs. We are focused on creating a society in which blind and partially sighted people can access equal opportunities....

  6. Visual Impairment Service

    Experiencing a sight loss can result in every day tasks such as cooking, reading, going out and working, becoming quite difficult. The Visual Impairment Service assesses the needs of people with a long term or permanent visual impairment, or who have...

  7. Personal Alarm Watch

    From: PPP Taking Care

    Stay connected with your loved ones with a personal alarm watch. The watch includes a personal alarm button, GPS tracker and 24 hour monitoring. Press the personal alarm button to be quickly connected to the 24 hour monitoring centre should you need help...

  8. Communicator Guides

    From: Sense

    Communicator Guides offer support to people who have developed sight and hearing impairments, often as they get older. These difficulties can cause people to become increasingly withdrawn, depressed and isolated. But with the right help, deafblind people...

  9. Access to work scheme

    From: Remploy

    There is a government scheme called Access to work which can help you if your health or disability affect your ability to work. They help by giving advice and support. Access to work can also help with extra costs which would not be reasonable for your...

  10. Employability Support

    From: Royal Society for Blind Children

    Gah! The future. What happens next?! Here’s how RLSB can help. Getting a job can be tough and our team want to do something about this. Our free employability programme is tailored to you and what you need, depending on experience and skills. Come along...

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