Wales Council of the Blind

Equipment assessor/advisor

Definition: A specialist equiped to assess or advise a disabled person for the best aids and equipment for daily living, education and employment.

Category: technology

Credit: ViW

Source: ViW

Services mentioning Equipment assessor/advisor

RSBC Assistive Technology sessions - (Royal Society for Blind Children) Access technology

If you want to feel empowered and knowledgeable about the world of technology, then join our Accessible Technology sessions. Our Senior Accessibility Advisor Alex can provide support with using a wide range of devices such as smart phones, computers, tablets, braille readers and much more. They can also offer support in how everyday devices can be used to support blind and partially sighted people in areas including travel, finances, wellbeing and fitness, independent living and school. You can arrange a personal session online with Alex, designed just for you, or you and your family. We also run a range of group workshops online. All sessions last between 1 and 1.5 hours and can be arranged at a date and time of your convenience.

Library records mentioning Equipment assessor/advisor

How Accessible Is Access to Work in Wales? 3 years on Report - [Library Type]

This report outlines the problems being experienced by Access to Work applicants and recipients at the different stages of the process. The report also references the previous report, highlighting where changes have been made and where concerns remain 3 years on. This report highlights the previous 5 themes that emerged from focus group discussion and case studies: contact with clients; provision of information; advisor skills and knowledge; assessments; and payments, reviews and personalised budgets.