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A Carephone is a special unit which you can use to call for help in an emergency. It works 24 hours a day, everyday.
Please see our website for more details.
Carephone Home Safety Service website
Goalball is a sport played by mostly visually impaired athletes although the game is also open to sighted athletes. Two teams of three players play on a tactile court 9 metres wide by 18 long. A ball with...
Goalball Clubs (for blind and visually impaired people) website
A friendly, active group of volunteers - including puppy walkers and guide dog owners - which raises funds for, and increases public awareness of, visual problems and the work of Guide Dogs. New members...
Huddersfield Guide Dogs for the Blind website
0800 781 1444
The Huddersfield Macular Society is a self help support group for those suffering from macular degeneration. The Society meets on the first Wednesday of the month (except January) in the first floor Reception...
Huddersfield Macular Society website
The Huddersfield Society for the Blind was established in 1859 to provide activities and facilities for blind and partially sighted people living within the Old Borough of Huddersfield.
Huddersfield Society for the Blind website
Based in Yorkshire, the Hutchinson Deafblind Trust is a charity that provides specialist support for children and adults who are deafblind or have multi-sensory impairment.
We are expecting shortly to...
** Formerly In Huddersfield Library the Service will be temporarily relocating to premises on Victoria Lane and are due to open in February. In the meantime, people can call 01484 414868 with any enquiries.
Kirklees Transcription Service (KTS) and KR Talking News website
Listening Books is a national charity that provides an audiobook lending service for anyone in the UK who has an illness, disability, learning difficulty or mental health condition that affects their ability...
Listening Books website
Outlookers is the new name for Kirklees Visual Impairment Network (KVIN) and the Society for the Blind of Dewsbury, Batley & District.
Please see the website for more details.
Outlookers (formerly including Kirklees Visual Impairment Network KVIN) website
If you need someone who understands sight loss, RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) is here for you.
Everyone who is blind or partially sighted has their own unique experience, so we don’t...
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) website
Sense is the UK's leading organisation for people who are deaf-blind or have associated disabilities. Advice, support and information for all deaf-blind children or young adults and their families.
Sense Deaf-Blind and Rubella Association website
0300 330 9250
Sensory Services are for adults over 18 years of age who are deaf, hard of hearing or have a visual impairment, enabling them to maintain their independence subject to care needs assessment.
Sensory Services (Kirklees Council) website
Tandem Trekkers is a Huddersfield based cycling club for blind and visually impaired riders. Our core membership today numbers some 40 riders and we warmly welcome new pilots and stokers. We manage our...
Tandem Trekkers website
Guide Dogs provide people with sight loss with the support they need to be able to move around safely and confidently, to get out of their homes and be able to live life the way they choose.
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association - North, West and South Yorkshire website
0800 781 1444
The Society served the Visually Impaired (VI) Community of North Kirklees for over 100 years.
The Society has merged with Kirklees Visual Impairment Network (KVIN) and is now called Outlookers.
The Society for the Blind of Dewsbury, Batley & District (now part of Outlookers) website