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eAccessibilityWales - (Disability Wales)Service

An on-line directory which provides information on software, hardware and computer settings to make your computer easier to use if you have an impairment such as sight loss. Also gives information on organisations in Wales who can offer further help.
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Eye Care Hub - (Seeability)Service

An on-line resource containing information on eye care for people with learning disabilities. It includes information in easy-read format, and also information for carers.
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Eye clinic information desk - (Bridgevis (Bridgend & District VI society))Service

Bridgevis volunteers work with the ECLOs within the hospital to provide information and support to patients who are experiencing, or have some level of, sight loss.
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EASS Helpline - (Equality Advisory Support Service (EASS))Service

A helpline for people affected by discrimination or human rights abuses. It can advise on the Equality Act 2010, and your options for resolving problems formally or informally. See website for full details.
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Esme's Umbrella Help and Information Service - (Esme's Umbrella)Service

Telephone helpline for people affected by Charles Bonnet syndrome (visual hallucinations).
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Ein Llais Ein Storm - (Wales Council of the Blind)Service

Storm WCB (Ein Llais Ein Storm) aims to give young adults across Wales the opportunity to have their voices and opinions heard. The project uses social media to share thought and open discussions, create an online community and to promote services. Run in conjunction with UCAN Productions.
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Employment Support Service - (RNIB)Service

Help with looking for work or helping you to stay in work for people with sight loss.
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Eye 2 Eye Club - (Eye 2 Eye)Service

This club meets every Wednesday between 10am and 2.30pm at St. Andrews Church Hall, Garden City.
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EYE CAN - (Sight Life)Service

Not currently running. Eye Can aims to provide social groups and activities for young visually impaired people, and to give them specialist support in a wide variety of areas including sight loss, health, education and training. The project is also providing workshops to local schools and colleges so that they are able to promote the service to their visually impaired students.
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Eye Health Examination Wales - (NHS Wales)Service

If you reside in Wales, most optometrists can also offer a free eye test if: you have an eye problem that needs urgent attention; you have sight in one eye only; you’re registered as sight impaired; you have a hearing impairment and are profoundly deaf; you suffer from retinitis pigmentosa; you are of Black or Asian ethnicity; your GP has referred you because they think you may have an eye problem.
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Eyeless Trust grants - (The Eyeless Trust (merged with Royal Blind Society))Service

The Eyeless Trust offers modest grants for families and children with anophthalmia, microphthalmia or coloboma. These are arranged through The Family Support Worker, and each year a large number of families benefit for a wide range of needs. Grants can be used for practical help, recreational activities and holidays.
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