Wales Council of the Blind

Service Providers

Definition: Organisations of all shapes and sizes which run activities designed to help other people in some way.

Category: adult social care

Credit: Department of Health

Source: Glossary of Adult Social Care Terms

Services mentioning Service Providers

Focal Point UK Rehabilitation Support - (Focal Point UK) Rehabilitation

Focal Point UK is a leading private sector provider of vision rehabilitation (rehab) services to all sector organisations - statutory service providers such as social services departments, education departments and Employment Services, or their agents acting on their behalf. We also work with voluntary sector organisations who provide or require vision rehab services and support.

Social Action - (Sight Cymru) Training

We work with individuals with sight loss to support them to run individual social action projects. This project equips people with sight loss with the skills and confidence to make a change in society. Individuals will learn a suite of skills such as campaigning, marketing and networking and they will be supported to lead their own social change project on a topic that is important to them, for example, improving access in their local community centre or public transport, creating more recycling facilities in their community or working with a service provider to make their written materials more accessible.

Library records mentioning Service Providers

The State of the Nation - Eye health 2016 Report - [Library Type]

This report contains facts and figures on the UK's health, and gives the data and insight that commissioners, policy makers, service providers and professionals working in the health, care and voluntary sectors need in order to make a difference.