Waltham Forest Blind Association

Waltham Forest Blind Association

Charity information

Waltham Forest Blind Association

To provide a support structure for the visually impaired people who residing in LBWF.
To Advice and offer advocacy and limited case work services on every Monday from our office.
This service includes Benefit, mobility, and adaptation issues due to vision difficulties, hosting and social isolation, money advice, and relationship difficulties.
WE provide self advocacy training each member so they can be their advocate in event of funding not available in the future to run this association from office based services

Founded 1996

  • Mission statement

    • To provide a support structure for the visually impaired residing in LBWF.
    • To advice and offer advocacy and limited casework services on every Monday Morning from our office.
    • This service includes Benefit, mobility and adaptation issues due to vision difficulties, hosing and social isolation, money advice including debt, and relationship difficulties.
    • We provide self advocacy training to each member so they can be their advocate in event of funding not available in the future to run this association from office based services. If funding available the Indoor-outdoor mobility training in Asian languages.

  • Aims

    Waltham Forest Blind Association aims to:

    • • To provide a support structure for the visually impaired residing in LBWF
  • Overview

    Established: April 1996

    Registered Charity Number: 1130235

    Board members: 9

    Part time staff: 1

    Volunteers: 5

    Phone number: 0208 556 0355

    Address: room ten community place 806 high road leyton e10 6ae

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