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Family Fund grants - (Family Fund)Service

Provide grants to the families of disabled children and young people who meet certain criteria. The grants can be used for essential items such as washing machines, fridge-freezers, family breaks, clothing and bedding as well as contributions to hospital visiting costs. They also help with tablets, laptops and sensory toys.
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Financial aid - (Behcet's Syndrome Society)Service

The Society will provide grants to help people who are in hardship because of Behçet's disease. To provide a grant, evidence of the amount needed must be provided. Examples of claims which might be funded include prepayment certificate for drugs, help with travel to hospital, household bills, help towards computer with reading aids/voice recognition if you are visually impaired, or aids/other equipment not available on the NHS to help if you are disabled.
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Family Support Service - (Royal Society for Blind Children)Service

This service offers one to one support for the whole family; help with coping with a diagnosis; help to access practical support; and support for your child's development.
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Family support workers - (The Eyeless Trust (merged with Royal Blind Society))Service

Family support workers spend time with each family according to their needs and ensure that they have all the services that they need in coming to terms with the emotional, financial and practical issues associated with having of a disabled child. Also help older children with independent living skills.
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Fuch's dystrophy information - (Fuch's dystrophy website)Service

A website containing information about the condition, and links to a support group for Christians with the condition. Scope is unclear, but seems to be American. Note: website currently inactive.
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Ferndale Social Group - (Sight Life)Service

Social group meeting on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 1 - 2.30 pm at the Arts Factory, Trerhondda.
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Flintshire Visionaires - ()Service

Flintshire Virtual Social Group 10.30am-11.30am – Every third Tuesday
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Friendly Club for the Blind - Conwy - (North Wales Society for the Blind)Service

Club meets fortnightly on Mondays from 11 am to 2 pm at St David's Church, Penrhyn Bay.
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Friendly Club for the Blind - Penrhyn Bay - (North Wales Society for the Blind)Service

Club meeting every 2nd and 4th Monday.
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Friendly club for the visually impaired - (North Wales Society for the Blind)Service

Meets in St. Mary's Church, Holyhead on 3rd Tuesday of every month.
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Friendly club for the Visually Impaired - (North Wales Society for the Blind)Service

Meets at the Community Hall, Benllech on the 3rd Monday of each month.
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Find a Sport - (Deloitte Parasport)Service

An on-line tool enabling disabled people to identify sports which are suitable for their specific impairment, and then search for clubs in their area where they can try that activity.
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Flintshire Direct Payments - (Flintshire Social Services)Service

Direct Payments enable people assessed as requiring Social Care services to purchase their own care and support. Flintshire use Penderels Trust to manage Direct Payments.
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Flintshire Qualified Teacher of the Visually Impaired (QTVI) - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS))Service

Flintshire Council has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.
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Further education courses - (Royal National College for the Blind (RNC))Service

RNC offers a wide range of further education courses for visually impaired students at its site in Hereford. Subjects include braille and independent living skills in addition to various BTec, GCSE, A and AS level courses.
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Flintshire Rehabilitation Officer Visual Impairment (ROVI) - (Flintshire 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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Friendly AdvantAGE - (Vale Centre for Voluntary Services (VCVS))Service

The project offers a range of befriending services to reduce loneliness and isolation and improve the wellbeing of older people in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
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Friendly Phone Service - (Visual Impairment Breconshire)Service

This offers support and friendship through regular phone contact for visually impaired people in Breconshire (South Powys).
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