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Walk to Run - (Bridgevis (Bridgend & District VI society))Service

Running or walking - whatever suits you. Every Saturday at 1 pm at the athletic track behind Bridgend Recreation Centre. Contact details below.
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Welfare & Grants Team - (Blind Veterans UK)Service

The team give advice on welfare benefits.
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Welfare benefits - (Sight Cymru)Service

Welfare rights assistance to vision impaired people in several regions. Assessments are done at someone's home or office, and the service is to help complete forms, find supporting evidence and assistance to take to tribunal if necessary.
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Welfare benefits (Supporting people) - (Sight Cymru)Service

Welfare rights assistance to visually impaired people in the area. Will carry out the interview at the individual's home.
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Welfare rights advice - (Citizens Advice)Service

The Citizens Advice service helps people ensure they receive appropriate benefits by providing free, independent & confidential advice. Advice can be given at local offices, outreach sites & over the phone. Home visits are available in some areas.
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Welfare Rights and Benefits Advice - (North Wales Society for the Blind)Service

Advice on current welfare benefits and help with completing the application forms.
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Welsh Association of VI Bowlers - (Welsh Association of Visually Impaired Bowlers (WAVIB))Service

The Welsh Association for VI Bowlers is the governing body for VI bowling in Wales. Its website has details of the various vi bowling clubs across Wales. It is the first point of call to find out more about playing this accessible sport.
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Welshpool and District VI Club - (Welshpool and District Visual Impairment Club)Service

Social and entertainment group for persons who are vision impaired and carers. Outings and speakers, general chat and company. Meetings are held at the Methodist Church, High Street, Welshpool on alternate Tuesdays between the hours of 2 - 4pm. from March - December. The club is run by a small group of people who give their time freely. Raffle event every meeting towards cost of refreshments and use of hall. Affiliated with Macular Society.
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Wrexham Visionaries - (Vision Support)Service

Meets on the first Thursday of each month between 11am and 1.00 pm at Vision Support, Room 33, AVOW, 21 Egerton Street, Wrexham.
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Windermere Manor Hotel - (Vision Hotels)Service

Hotel in Cumbria specialising in the needs of guests with sight problems.
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Work Choice - (Merthyr Tydfil Institute for the Blind (MTIB))Service

If you have a disability or health condition that makes it difficult for you to find/keep employment, MTIB & Work Choice aim to help. Work Choice brings together the best elements of WORKSTEP and Work Preparation into a unified programme which will equip disabled people to move into, retain and progress in employment. The new programme is aimed specifically at those customers who, by reason of significant disability, cannot be helped into employment through JobCentre Plus mainstream programs.
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Workplace Assessments - (Visualise Training and Consultancy)Service

We carry out holistic workplace and work-based assessments for visually impaired, hearing impaired and dyslexic employees in the workplace.
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Wrexham Direct Payments - (Wrexham Social Services)Service

Direct Payments enable people assessed as requiring Social Care services to purchase their own care and support. Agency used: Penderels Trust.
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Wrexham Maelor Eye Clinic Liaison Officer (ECLO) - (NHS Wales)Service

ECLO (3 days per week) at Wrexham Maelor. Provides emotional support, often at a time of great need. Also signposts patients on to the many different services to help maintain their independence. The role of ECLO helps to bridge the gap between health and social care services for blind and partially sighted people.
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Wrexham Mobility specialist - (Wrexham Education Department)Service

Wrexham Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Graham Edwards.
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Wrexham Rehabilitation Officer Visual Impairment (ROVI) - (Wrexham 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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Wrexham Qualified teacher of the visually impaired (QTVI) - (Wrexham Education Department)Service

Wrexham Council has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children. The contact is Graham Edwards.
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Wrexham Specialist Social Worker (VI) - (Wrexham Social Services)Service

Help to protect vulnerable visually impaired people to live more successfully within their local communities by helping them find solutions to their problems.
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