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  1. Action For Blind People (Liverpool)

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    The organisation provides services for the visually impaired community, including housing, welfare rights and benefit advice, employment - support into work and in work, access to technology and leisure services. We will support and empower visually impaired people to access any service. Contact us through…
    10 Duke StreetLiverpoolMerseysideL1 5AS
  2. The Amber trust

    The Awards are open to blind or partially sighted children and young people up to the age of 18, who may also have other physical disabilities and/or learning difficulties, Parents or carers can apply for Music Awards. Each Music Award lasts for up to one…
    19 Scarsdale VillasLondonW8 6PT
  3. Bikeability

    Every year we train around 20,000 children from year 5, 6 and 7 on all levels of the Bikeability and we have trained over 1800 Bikeability instructors across the UK. Partnership approach: We think of ourselves as strategic partners to our Local Authority clients, going…
    Unit 12 - 14 Connect Business Village24 Derby RoadLiverpoolMerseysideL5 9PR
  4. Blue Badge Scheme

    If you are disabled, a blue badge allows you to park legally near to places you are visiting .The permit is for any eligible disabled person irrespective of whether you are travelling as a driver, or as a passenger. There is a £10 fee to…
    2nd Floor, Pavilion Bldgs.99-105 Lord StreetSouthportMerseysidePR8 1RH
  5. Bradbury Fields - Services for Blind

    The active vision group operates from The Bradbury Centre Monday-Thursday
    At Bradbury Fields we enable blind, partially sighted people and people with dual sensory impairments to achieve their potential. We give people the ability to contribute to the social and economic fabric of their local communities. Bradbury Fields (formerly known as the Liverpool Voluntary Society…
    The Bradbury Centre,Youens WayLiverpoolMerseysideL14 2EP
    General Enquiries: 0151 221 0888 General Enquiries: 0151 221 0888 News (Automated): 0151 221 0889 News (Automated): 0151 221 0889 EmailWebsite Save to Shortlist
  6. British Blind Sport

    British Blind Sport has become the leading voice for visually impaired people in the world of sport and leisure, both at home and internationally. The work they do enables visually impaired people to have the same opportunities as sighted people to access and enjoy sport…
    British Blind Sport19 Coventry RoadCubbingtonLeamington SpaWarwickshireCV32 7JN
  7. British Wireless for the Blind

    Living with sight loss can be lonely and isolating, causing many to revert into themselves only making this issue worse. The British Wireless for the Blind Fund aims to ease these feelings by providing the joy of sound along with the companionship of radio. We…
    British Wireless For The Blind Fund,10 Albion PlaceMaidstoneKentME14 5DZ
  8. Colour Blind Awareness

    The Colour Blind Awareness organisation has been founded to raise awareness of colour blindness (colour vision deficiency) and aims to be the first point of reference for in the UK for people seeking information on colour blindness. The organisation provides support for colour blind people,…
    Bay Tree House17 Menmarsh RoadWorminghallAylesburyBuckinghamshireHP18 9JT
  9. Community Care Direct Ltd

    In-Home Care We designed our services for those people who can handle their physical needs, but may require support or assistance with daily living tasks. Community Care Direct will give you an option to remain in the privacy of your home or in a living…
    33 Shakespeare StreetSouthportMerseysidePR8 5AB
  10. Crosby Friends of the Blind

    A small local charity providing annual grants to blind and partially sighted people living within the former Borough of Crosby. Also co-ordinates social activities for people with sight loss in the area. Services offered: Grants and funding Social functions
    4 Burbo Bank Road SouthCrosbyMerseysideL23 6SW
  11. Galloway's Society for the Blind

    Monday to Friday 9-5pm
    Galloway’s Society for the Blind was established in 1867 and since then has evolved and developed to provide a range of services to over 7000 Blind and Partially Sighted people across Lancashire and Sefton and a range of talking newspapers available nationally. Operating from four…
    Galloways Society For The Blind22 Wright StreetSouthportMerseysidePR9 0TL
  12. Guide Dogs - Liverpool

    Monday - Friday 9.00am-5.00pm
    We are Guide Dogs. And we’re here to help people with sight loss live the life they choose. Our team of 28 staff work from the Knotty Ash office, Liverpool, covering the counties of Merseyside and Cheshire. We have around 270 guide dog owners at…
    Muriel Crook House,Youens WayKnotty AshLiverpoolMerseysideL14 2EP
    Adults: 0345 143 0211 Adults: 0345 143 0211 Children & Young People: 0800 781 1444 Children & Young People: 0800 781 1444 EmailWebsite Save to Shortlist
  13. Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

    Guide Dogs exists to provide life-changing services to the 360,000 people who are registered blind or partially sighted, and the two million people in the UK living with sight loss. We provide a range of services with and beyond the dog to help people with…
    Hillfields,Reading RoadBurghfield CommonReadingBerkshireRG7 3YG
  14. Merseyside Society for Deaf People

    Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm Courses also run outside these hours
    MSDP exists to support, promote and advance the quality of life for all deaf, deaf-blind and hard of hearing people.  Services are delivered from two centres in Liverpool and Wirral and surgeries are held in other geographical locations. The Society provides a range of statutory…
    Merseyside Society for Deaf PeopleQueens Drive Retail ParkWest DerbyLiverpoolMerseysideL13 0DJ
  15. MSDP

    Shakespeare Centre, Social Services, Unit B, Shakespeare Street, Southport, Merseyside, PR8 5AB (tel 0151 934 3737, text 07564935071, fax 0151 934 3739) (Open Tues 09:30 - 12:00) Text 07564935071
    Merseyside Society for Deaf People offers Support Services across Merseyside to D/deaf, Deafened, Deaf Blind and Hard of Hearing People. We also support people with additional needs, aiming to promote and encourage independence and independent living supporting our clients to overcome everyday barriers in society.…
    Bradbury FieldsYouens WayLiverpoolMerseysideL14 2EP
  16. The National Music for the Blind

    The National Music for the Blind is a registered charity.  It is entirely independent and run by a small band of volunteers.  It relies solely on donations.  The Charity was established in 1971. There are millions of recordings in the archives covering all types of…
    RADIO CHURCHTOWN34 Tag CroftIngolPrestonLancashirePR2 7AQ
  17. Practice Makes Perfect

    Monday 6pm-8pm & Friday 1.00-3pm
    Practice Makes Perfect introduces the basics of communication skills including finger spelling, sign language and deaf / blind awareness into the community.  These skills fulfil the criteria of 'reasonable adjustments' within the communication section of the Disability Discrimination Act.  Also offers informal and fun classes…
    The Salvation Army61 Shakespeare StreetSouthportMerseysidePR8 5AJ
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