Middlesbrough

Services Available in Middlesbrough

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Living with sight loss courses

Our one, two or six day community based, confidence building courses provide information, advice, support and practical solutions to independent living.

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Children, young people and families

With the right support children can take part in exciting activities, develop friendships and have fun growing up without feeling excluded.

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Housing support

Our Independent Living Coordinators can advise on keeping your independence; from money, benefits to housing and travel. It's best to seek advice at the earliest opportunity.

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Technology assistance

Our technology team can advise and train you with technology that can support you with employment, hobbies, keeping in touch with family and more.

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Employment

We provide practical advice and support for people living with sight loss from finding or staying in work to retirement.

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Welfare rights

Our Independent Living Coordinators can advise on keeping your independence; from money, benefits to housing and travel. It's best to seek advice at the earliest opportunity.

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Our specialist services

In addition to the core services we provide throughout England, our Middlesbrough team offer specialist services to meet the needs of our local community.

Redcar & Cleveland Independent Living Support

Action for Blind People is currently funded by Redcar and Cleveland council to provide housing related support to visually impaired people. The service provides support to help ensure that people can live in the home environment of their choice, as independently as possible and is available to people living across all tenures, irrespective of their financial circumstances.

Community Support – County Durham

Action for Blind People North East is working in partnership with Durham County Council Sensory Support team to deliver outreach community support to people living with sight loss within the County Durham area.

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