Wales Council of the Blind

Services with the keyword: benefits

Access Unlimited - (Royal Society for Blind Children)

A gateway to RSBC services in Wales: Employment; Assistive Technology; Family Support; Information and Advice; Activities. In partnership with North Wales Society for the Blind, Vision Support, Wales Council of the Blind, Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services Council, Boys and Girls Clubs of Wales.

Dewis CIL Advocacy - Newport - (Dewis Centre for Independent Living)

You can access our service if you are aged 18 and over (or 16 and over if you are in transition), you are ordinarily resident in Newport, and you have or care for someone who has: physical disability; sensory impairment; learning impairment; conditions relating to older age; dementia; terminal or degenerative condition.

Financial Wellbeing Service - (Vision Support)

This service offers support with searching and applying for grants; help with budgeting; signposting to organisations to help with a range of issues; benefits checks; information and guidance on schemes/discounts that you may be eligible for; hints and tips on how to save money.

Gwent Access to Advocacy - (Gwent Access to Advocacy)

Advisers on the helpline can provide information and advice on advocacy, can advise on entitlement to advocacy based on care and support needs, and can signpost and refer to relevant advocacy services and other specialist services. The Helpline is open Monday to Friday 10am-3pm. (Newport residents should contact Dewis Centre for Independent Living).