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Helping Hands for the Blind

User rating: 5 stars

The Roger Morris Centre, Eastrop way, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 4QE
01256 463966
Opening Times:
10am to 2pm
10am to 2pm
10am to 2pm
10am to 2pm
10am to 2pm

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Organisation details

Helping Hands for the blind is a local charity committed to helping the blind and visually impaired living in and around Basingstoke. We are looking to provide support, care, advice and social opportunities to blind and partially sighted adults, children, and support their families and carers.

Services offered:

  • Benefits advice
  • Low vision services
  • Assistive technology products
  • Tactile products
  • Low vision aids
  • Audio products
  • Everyday products
  • Computer products
  • Clubs and classes
  • Social functions
  • Trips and outings
  • Other sports
  • Support groups
  • Emotional support
  • Community advice
  • Befriending
  • Everyday living skills
  • Computer skills
  • Assistive technology training
  • Braille transcription
  • Audio transcription
  • Large print transcription
  • Library services
  • Form fill service

5 user reviews

mr julian thomas

User rating: 5 stars

i think this is a worth while organisation and i think it will be a good service for the people of basingstoke

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Alex soto

User rating: 5 stars

This is a friendly and supportive organization. I am very happy to be a part of this new charity. My independence is very important to me. Helping hands defiantly gives me the confidence and motivation to be an important part of my community. The people and facilities are very nice, accessible and supportive.

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Keith Chatten

User rating: 5 stars

This organisation is long over due in Basingstoke. The visualy impaird in and around the local area will find a vast Amount of information and help on matters of concern to them. Able bodied people would also Learn a lot on how we the general public could and should understand the needs of visual impairment. Keep it up Dave.

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Andy Lipscombe

User rating: 5 stars

Fantastic a place where the blind/visually impaired can go for social activities / help and advice and to obtain aids to help them in the normal day to day living BRILLIANT!!!!

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Mobeen Iqbal

User rating: 5 stars

This is an excellent organization run by very helpful, supportive and understanding staff. You can be sure that your needs will be fully catered for, and that you won't be patranised just because you're visually impaired. The products soled are also excellent, please keep up the great work!

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This organisation was verified on 28 June 2017

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