Glasgow City Council Sensory Services

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Blind or partially sighted people can speak to a duty worker: Monday and Wednesday 1pm - 4pm.

Provides sensory impairment services for people with sight loss in the Glasgow City Council area, including:

- social work support
- assessment, provision and training in the use of independent living equipment
- advice, information and support to people with sight loss as well as their carers and families
- advice on benefits and maximising benefits

Services offered:

  • Benefits advice
  • Local authority social care
  • Rehabilitation
  • Community advice
  • Everyday living skills
  • Mobility training

1 user review

  1. Leeanne

    5 April 2017

    User rating: 1 star

    Inquired about how I get a copy of my registration of being partially sighted. The gentleman wasn't very helpful and stated I am not registered (was registered as a child may be north Lanarkshire) - if I had the details I wouldn't be enquiring. I asked for a registration form which he stated he wasn't allowed to give me, which is a reasonable answer, but there was no help to move forward as what to do next. I left the phone call feeling frustrated, belittled and negative about the situation. It is already difficult living with a life long condition without organisations who make you feel you have no support .

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  • This organisation was verified on 27 March 2018