Wales Council of the Blind

Services with the keyword: support

Access to Work - (UK Government)

Access to Work can help you get or stay in work if you have a physical or mental health condition or disability. The support you get will depend on your needs. Through Access to Work, you can apply for: a grant to help pay for practical support with your work; support with managing your mental health at work; money to pay for communication support at job interviews.

Brighter Futures Wellbeing Hub - (Vision Support)

Living with a vision impairment can have a significant impact on your wellbeing as it impacts on daily life both emotionally and practically. Vision Support's Wellbeing Hub aims to provide you with information including websites and apps that can help improve your wellbeing as well as services that you can access throughout North-East Wales, Cheshire-West and Chester and Halton. On the hub you can discover: Services and activities taking place in your area; Apps and online resources; Information

NWSB Children's Fund - (North Wales Society of the Blind)

The children's fund was established to help meet the needs of children who have impaired vision, by providing special needs grants and specialist equipment. Many families with young children who have vision impairments will have experienced lengthy delays and numerous application forms when applying for essential equipment like a CCTV</a> system or specialist computer software. We hope to be able to attract enough support to be able to help meet some of these needs.

Student Support Service - (Thomas Pocklington Trust)

Thomas Pocklington Trust's Student Support Service is here to support blind and partially sighted students aged 11+ to get the most out of their secondary, college and university education.