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    Visual Awareness Training:

    A half day Wilberforce Visual Awareness Training course ensures that you & your staff can assist people with sight loss effectively and safely, so meeting your duty of care. Vital for all service/information providers.

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    Sensory room:

    The ‘pop-up’ sensory room in the Living&Learning Zone offers sessions for people with a variety of disabilities, including sight loss and learning disabilities, and the unique ‘Active sensory sessions’ for those who have difficulty accessing sport and physical exercise

  • A photograph of a eye test in the Wilberforce Low Vision Clinic

    Low Vision Clinic:

    Comprehensive test and advice if your visual impairment adversely affects your everyday living

  • Picture of guests from other support organisations at a craft session in the Living & Learning Zone

    Living & Learning:

    Art/crafts and baking/cooking sessions in the Living & Learning Zone are popular with tenants and guests from other support organisations

 
Local giving match donations to Wilberforce Trust

Local Giving to match local donations

Published May 21st, 2015

Until the 28th May Local Giving will be matching donations made to groups in North Yorkshire and Teeside by up to £50. Support The Wilberforce Trust and make your donation go further. What your gift could provide: £20 pays for […]

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Elephant touchscreen kiosk

Wilberforce shortlisted for the Aviva Community Fund

Published May 6th, 2015

Our bid for the Aviva Community Fund is on the shortlist and needs your votes. We placed a bid for funding of up to £25,000 to purchase an innovative touchscreen kiosk. Through touchscreen technology the Elekiosk makes information more accessible […]

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willbellie the elephant

#WheresWilbellie

Published Apr 24th, 2015

Those of you that follow us on Twitter or have liked our recently established Facebook Page may have already see the little campaign we have been running which called ‘Where’s Wilbellie?’ Created as a fun way of getting the public […]

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