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i2i Creative Learning - (UCAN Productions)Service

UCAN has taken vision awareness training to medical settings, public and private companies, schools, trade unions and youth organisations in the UK and abroad. It is conducted by young disabled people and takes a unique approach to challenging public perceptions and attitudes towards sight loss.
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Inclusive Teaching Practice - (Visualise Training and Consultancy)Service

A fundamental introduction of inclusive teaching and education practices for teaching Visual Impaired Learners.
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IT Support for disabled people - (AbilityNet)Service

AbilityNet offers a range of free services to enable disabled people to make use of assitive technologies. These include free factsheets, a telephone helpline and an on-line assessment tool.
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IT training - (British Computer Association of the Blind (BCAB))Service

BCAB holds training and events for blind and partially sighted people who are members. Our tutorials, training initiatives and introductory workshops include something for people of all skill levels. BCAB also provides networking opportunities for members.
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IT Training from UCanDoIT - (UCanDoIT)Service

IT training for disabled people, with the emphasis on internet and email skills. Training is given on a one to one basis in your own home and on your own computer. You arrange lesson times with your tutor - this can be in the evenings or at weekends. You first have an assessment with your tutor, then you will have 10 sessions which last between 1½ to 2 hours each - usually one lesson a week. Your tutor will also come back to see you 9 months after your course has ended to check progress.
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Independent living advice - (Vision Support)Service

Vision Support's qualified rehabilitation officers focus on maintaining independence and promoting equality for anyone living with sight loss. They also have a team of Rehabilitation Assistants who demonstrate specialist equipment and support service users in their own homes.
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Independent Living Advice Line - (Disability Rights UK)Service

Provides advice on getting direct payments, including information on:individual budgets/personalisation; funding from social services in relation to the care needs of the disabled; the appeals process; general advice on employing personal assistants
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Independent living support - (Cil de Gwynedd)Service

Provides support to encourage independent living for disabled people. Independent Support Officers provide support throughout the process, including recruitment, management, training and payroll setup. The Support Officers at CIL provide an ongoing support service once everything is set up.
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Information and Advice Workshops - (RNIB)Service

These are half-day workshops to help people with sight loss rebuild their confidence and live as independently as possible. They include 'Finding Your Feet', 'Falls Prevention' and 'Low Vision'. They take place at different venues, so please contact RNIB Cymru on the telephone number given.
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Information for people with Norrie Disease - (The Norrie Disease Foundation)Service

The website contains information for families affected by this condition.
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