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  1. Technology and Information Centre

    From: JDA

    Contact us to book an appointment for professional advice on coping with hearing loss and improving communication. A trained consultant will discuss difficulties you are experiencing and ways to overcome them. You will have a chance to try out specialist...

  2. 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...

  3. Specialist Support

    From: Remark! Living

    Remark! Living provides care to individuals with specific needs, learning and physical disabilities and mental health challenges. We can offer support workers who have an understanding of the condition and the tools to communicate with the individual....

  4. Disability Football

    From: Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

    Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is proud to announce the creation of our pre-elite impairment specific Centre of Excellence and Player Development Centres, part of the Football Association's National Disability Football Talent Pathway. In partnership with:...

  5. Touchbase Southeast

    From: Sense

    The day service at TouchBase South East (formerly Anne Wall Centre) works with deafblind adults of all ages and individuals who have sensory impairments with additional learning and other associated disabilities. The Centre was opened in Barnet, London,...

  6. Venture Club for the Blind and Partially Sighted

    From: St Ann's Library

    Fridays: 12.30 to 3pm We’re a social club that organises activities, parties, games, raffles and excursions for visually impaired people in Haringey. Transport to and from your home can be provided if necessary. Membership is £5 per annum. For more information,...

  7. Dorton College of Further Education

    From: Royal Society for Blind Children

    Are you blind or partially sighted, age 16-25 and looking at your options for college? RLSB Dorton College is the place for you. Join us to get the education and develop the independent living skills you need to take control of your future. At RLSB Dorton...

  8. Domiciliary Care

    From: Acorn Complete Care

    Acorn Complete Care (ACC) aims to provide high quality, person-centred care and support assistance to all service users in their homes and around the community; respecting their dignity, privacy, rights and identity. We offer Domiciliary Care to the following...

  9. Personal Assistance

    From: Acorn Complete Care

    Acorn Complete Care (ACC) aims to provide high quality, person-centred care and support assistance to all service users in their homes and around the community; respecting their dignity, privacy, rights and identity. Essential Personal Assistance services...

  10. 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...

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