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Deablind UK Empowering Support - (Deafblind UK)Service

Our empowering support service helps you to resolve any practical issues that you might have or to get back on your feet after a setback. We can help you to access health and social care, apply for welfare and benefits, research and access local services, understand housing options, investigate leisure and transport options, connect with opportunities to make new friends or try new activities or to find help to fix a problem in the home. This is free, one to one support.
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Deafblind UK Care and Support - (Deafblind UK)Service

Our specially trained support workers can visit you at home and work with you to do whatever you want. This might be helping you with post and paying bills, or it might be helping you get to your appointments, to the bank or support with shopping, to help make sure you don’t miss out on any information. They will also support you to carry on with your hobbies, making sure sight and hearing loss doesn’t stop you from doing what you love.
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Denbighshire Direct Payments - (Denbighshire Social Services)Service

Direct Payments enable people assessed as requiring Social Care services to purchase their own care and support. The Rowan Organisation provides agency support in Denbighshire.
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Direct payment & personal budget support - (The Rowan Organisation)Service

The Rowan Organisation provides information and support in all aspects relating to Direct Payments and Personal Budgets to people in specific local authorities in Wales & England.
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Direct Payments Support - (Dewis Centre for Independent Living)Service

When a Social Services department offers a Direct Payment to one of their clients they advise that person to seek support and information from an organisation with whom they have contracted to give this support. Dewis does this for the authorities indicated.
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Direct payments support service - (Diverse Cymru)Service

Diverse Cymru provide a comprehensive Direct Payments service in Cardiff. The service helps you to manage your payments and offers support with your needs and responsibilities as an employer.
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Deafblind Social Group - Wrexham - (Deafblind UK)Service

Meets on the second Thursday of the month at 10.30-12.30. Venue: AVOW, 21, Egerton Street, Wrexham.
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Deafblind UK Crafts - (Deafblind UK)Service

Crafts group for deafblind people - meets between 2-4pm on the first Tuesday in the month at Hafan Deg, Grange Rd, Rhyl.
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Deafblind support - (Sense Cymru)Service

Specialist one-to-one support for deafblind people through both communicator guides and intervenors, and outreach support to children, families and deafblind adults in their own homes
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Deafblind UK - Conwy Group - (Deafblind UK)Service

Meets on the last Friday of the month from 11 am to 1 pm at the Ambassador Hotel, Llandudno.
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Deafblind UK - Rhyl - (Deafblind UK)Service

Support group for deafblind people. Meets on the third Tuesday in the month between 2 and 4pm at Hafan Deg, Grange Road, Rhyl.
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Degenerative Vitreous Community - (One Clear Vision)Service

An on-line forum for people with DVS, the term used to describe substantial cloudiness in the ageing vitreous humourwhich interferes with the activities of daily living.
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Diabetes UK Cymru voluntary groups - (Diabetes UK Cymru)Service

The voluntary groups across Wales are run voluntarily by people living with diabetes. These groups can offer you local information and support and the opportunity to meet other people who live with diabetes.
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Disabled People Together forum - (Disabled People Together)Service

Ceredigion's first Digital Forum for disabled residents of Ceredigion. It allows people with impairments or long term health conditions to raise their concerns relating to all services provided within Ceredigion. Every quarter the forums will be used to create an Agenda of issues which will be taken to Ceredigion County Council and other public and third party bodies.
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Dystonia Society Forum - (The Dystonia Society)Service

An on-line forum where people can discuss any aspect of dystonia.
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Deafblind UK Befriending service - (Deafblind UK)Service

Our befrienders are here to talk, laugh and build lasting friendships with. Living with deafblindness can be lonely and you might find yourself feeling increasingly isolated. That’s why we offer a free befriending service where you can have some regular company from a friendly volunteer, either by phone, text message or email.
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Deafblind UK Employability Support - (Deafblind UK)Service

Support to develop your employability skills.
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Deafblind UK Supported Living - (Deafblind UK)Service

Our supported living accommodation is expertly designed to provide people with combined sight and hearing loss, who may have additional complex needs, with a safe and secure environment to live independently within the wider community.
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Deafblind UK Helpline - (Deafblind UK)Service

Telephone (0800 number) and text (0790 number) advice and information for Deafblind people.
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Dystonia Society helpline - (The Dystonia Society)Service

The telephone Helpline is available Monday to Friday from 10:00 to 16:00 to deal with questions about dystonia from both members and non-members, and from healthcare professionals. Helpline staff are not medically qualified and that the Helpline cannot offer advice about an individual's treatment or provide any type of diagnosis. The service can however provide support and information on many aspects of dystonia and its management
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Deafblind UK Holidays - (Deafblind UK)Service

We all need a break sometimes, but we know that for some, staying away from home is not that easy. Our two self catering caravans in Prestatyn and Hopton-on-Sea, Norfolk provide a home from home break at heavily discounted rates.
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Deafblind UK Information and advice - (Deafblind UK)Service

Whether you have lived with sight and hearing loss for a while or it is new to you, Deafblindness can be difficult to understand. The information at this site will help you to understand deafblindness and how to make the most of life with sight and hearing loss.
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Deafblind UK Technology Support - (Deafblind UK)Service

Our technology support service teaches you to make the most of technology to help you be as independent as possible. From magnification to voice recognition, we can show you how to make the most of the gadgets you’ve already got or how to use specialist accessibility software.
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Digital Skills Training - North East Wales - (Vision Support)Service

Learn accessible technology skills in Wrexham, Flintshire, Denbighshire and Conwy. Available over the phone and in person by appointment.
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Disability Awareness Training - (Alison John & Associates Ltd.)Service

Through disability awareness training you will be able to fully understand the difference between disability and impairment, and how to apply this in a working environment. The aim of this disability awareness training course is to give individuals and organisations the time and opportunity to look at disability from a different perspective.
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Disability Awareness Training - (Accessible Wales)Service

Accessible Wales flagship training course is an Introduction to Disability Awareness which is a program of informal but professional training courses. This course is aimed at addressing day to day issues relating to disability within the workplace.
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Disability Confidence Training - (Disability Rights UK)Service

Creating an open and fair environment where all employees are valued is good for morale - enabling all employees to work to their full potential creates greater efficiencies.
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Disability Equality Training - (Disability Wales)Service

DW's Disability Equality Training module will provide you with an understanding of the Social Model of Disability and barriers faced by disabled people. They offer bespoke training and can tailor the module to your organisation.
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Disability Equality Training and Consultancy (Arts) - (Disability Arts Cymru)Service

Organisations participating in Disability Equality Training will be able to: demonstrate recognition of their accountability to disabled people; understand the implications of the Equality Act, particularly the disability provisions, and it’s relevance to arts provision in Wales devise an appropriate and realistic format for effective action planning; work towards best practice in inclusion and accessibility.
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Deafblind UK Wellbeing and Emotional Support - (Deafblind UK)Service

Our wellbeing and emotional support service can help you through particularly difficult times. You can contact our trained staff and volunteers who are non-judgemental and experienced in helping people who are deafblind. We can contact you at regular times throughout the year to see how you’re doing and to offer any advice or support that you might need. We can also send you Christmas and birthday cards and put you in touch with other people who are in a similar position to you.
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Denbighshire Mobility specialist - (Denbighshire Education Department)Service

Denbighshire Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Paul Montgomery.
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Denbighshire Rehabilitation Officer Visual Impairment (ROVI) - (Denbighshire Social Services)Service

A ROVI assists someone regain skills they may have lost through sight problems and helps them re-learn to do things they could previously do for themselves.
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Denbighshire Qualified teacher of the visually impaired (QTVI) - (Denbighshire Education Department)Service

Denbighshire Council has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children. The contact is Paul Montgomery.
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Diabetic Eye Screening Wales - (NHS Wales)Service

This is a free service established for all eligible people registered with diabetes in Wales to reduce the risk of vision loss due to diabetic retinopathy. If you are diagnosed with diabetes, you will be referred by your GP and should receive an invitation to attend screening within 3 months of being placed on the DESW register.
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Disability Sports Development Officers (DSDOs) - (Disability Sports Wales )Service

Each local authority in Wales has a DSDO whose role is to increase the participation of disabled people in sports.
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Dr. Rhydian James Grant Fund - (North Wales Society for the Blind)Service

A grant to empower and enable future generations of people who are blind and partially sighted to reach their goals and fulfil their aspirations whatever they may be. Applicants in receipt of means-tested benefits will be given priority. They are happy to consider applications for specialist software, equipment and specialist training in the use of access technology.
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