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Blind and visually impaired

6 results found

Huddersfield Macular Society

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 0300 3030111

Huddersfield Society for the Blind

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. Although times...

Huddersfield Society for the Blind website 01484 538384

Kirklees Transcription Service (KTS) and KR Talking News

If you have a visual impairment, we could offer the support you need. Kirklees Transcription Service provide support, information and advice for anyone with sight loss. We offer a friendly and personal...

Kirklees Transcription Service (KTS) and KR Talking News website 01484 221955

Kirklees Visual Impairment Network (KVIN)

Kirklees Visual Impairment Network promotes equal inclusive access to all products,services and environments and provides educational, training and social activities for visually impaired people across...

Kirklees Visual Impairment Network (KVIN) website

Sight Kirklees Independent Enabling Service (SKIES)

People with a visual Impairment who need help with rehabilitation, information and advice can now get it from Sight Kirklees Independent Enabling Service (SKIES). Some people with sight loss need support...

VI (Visually Impaired) Readers' Group

Various locations...

The VI (Visually Impaired) Readers' Group is a small friendly book group for people who are unable to read standard print. Members borrow large print or audio books and then discuss amongst the group....

VI (Visually Impaired) Readers' Group website 01484 221955