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- Earliest award date
- 24 May 2004
- Latest award date
- 14 Mar 2019
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The charity provides a range of services to people with visual disabilities. Focusing on identified need, services are aimed at promoting, encouraging and facilitating self help and independence by empowering people and removing barriers faced.
Celebrating senses 14 Mar 2019
The aim of the project is to build the skills and confidence of visually impaired people by raising their awareness of what they can achieve. The organisation will mark its 30th anniversary by providing arts workshops, marketing support and training for visually impaired people.
We need to buy up to date computers and low vision software to enable visually impaired people to access computer technology.
The project will provide an information and support service for blind and partially sighted people at point of diagnosis in the eye clinic at Arrowe Park Hospital._x000B_
Volunteer Outreach Project 22 Sep 2005
A project to set up a volunteer outreach service to support blind and partially sighted people living in Birkenhead, Wirral. The grant will pay for volunteers expenses, volunteer training
Key to success project 02 Jul 2009
This group provides services for blind and visually-impaired people living in Wirral. They will use an award to provide a learning supportive environment and opportunities for beneficiaries to improve their life skills, identify strengths and tackle barriers to employment and further training.
'Health For All.' 18 Dec 2013
_x000B_This is a project by an incorporated charity in Wirral. The organisation will use the funding to deliver a variety of activities for people who are blind or partially sighted, including healthy cooking, health information and tai chi. This will enable beneficiaries to access information about healthy lifestyles and improve their health and wellbeing._x000B_
Outreach Support Service 09 Jun 2010
This project offers an outreach support service to blind and partially sighted people in Wirral. The service will create more accessible opportunities, improve independent living skills and maximise opportunities to improve the quality of life for beneficiaries. The project will offer both advice points throughout communities and also home visits for those less able to access outreach points.
This group offers help and advice for visually impaired people including home visiting, creative and recreational activities. With the award it will purchase equipment that can be used at its Information Point that has been set up in a local hospital. The information point will allow parents the use of a variety of low vision aids and computer equipment allowing an extension to the capacity to read and write and to generally use information technology systems.