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  1. Assistive Technology Support

    From: RNIB

    The RNIB provides practical and emotional advice and support across the UK to people who are blind or partially sighted and their friends and family. In addition to our other services listed, we provide Assistive Technology Support. We can assist you...

  2. Free Life Long Support for Ex-Servicemen and Women

    From: Blind Veterans UK

    At Blind Veterans UK, we believe that no one who has served our country should battle blindness alone, and we provide vision-impaired Armed Forces and National Service veterans with free lifelong practical and emotional support, regardless of when they...

  3. Blind Veterans UK

    At Blind Veterans UK, we believe that no one who has served our country should have to battle blindness alone. We provide vision impaired Armed Forces and National Service veterans with free, lifelong practical and emotional support, regardless of when...

  4. Equipment to help you

    There is a wide range of equipment available that can easily be used in your home to make life easier and help you remain independent. These things could be a stair rail, raised toilet seating, equipment to help in the bath or shower, or items to help...

    • Home energy advice line

      From: Home Energy Team at the Centre for Sustainable Energy

      Free and impartial energy saving advice to residents of Somerset Free telephone advice line mon-fri 9am-5pm 0800 082 2234 Useful advice website www.cse.org.uk/loveyourhome Advice available for home owners, private and social tenants and private sector...

    • Safe Home Assessments

      From: PPP Taking Care

      Book a Safe Home Assessment to receive recommendations and advice on how to make your home safer to live in. A trained assessor will identify any general risk or hazards to health, safety and security including trip hazards. They’ll check you are managing...

    • Independent occupational therapy advice

      You can visit an Independent Living Centre, where you can get advice from an independent occupational therapist. You will be able to try out equipment and get advice about what to buy. Or, you could ask a private occupational therapist to come and see...

      • Fenestra Glazing Ltd

        Fenestra Glazing provides a range of accessibility options to ensure your Double Glazing is suitable for your needs. We can help to make sure your home is accessible and safe. There are a range of products available to you. Installation of low threshold...

      • Carelink 24

        Carelink 24 provides personal alarms for older people and those in need of extra support at home. Our alarms can be delivered the next working day. For many people, remaining in their own homes is essential to their quality of life. We are a national...

      • Home Aid - an agency working within South Somerset District Council

        Home Aid is the Home Improvement Agency for residents of South Somerset. The scheme is one of a network of Home Improvement Agencies established nationwide to keep homes 'warm, safe and secure', enabling residents to remain living independently in their...

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