Forth Valley Sensory Centre

Services and Support

Forth Valley Sensory Centre is very much about support and assistance. Our groups and activities provide a place to socialise and meet new people.

The Centre contains a number of different partners and organisations, all dedicated to helping anyone, young or old, who has a sensory impairment live as independently as possible.

All our groups, from the Bo’ness Blind and Partially Sighted Group to the Sensory Singers to Knit and Natter (Falkirk or Stirling) are delighted to welcome new faces and the focus is on fun and friendship, no experience is required!

The RNIB and Action on Hearing Loss Resource Centres also offers the chance to drop in and discuss any additional needs, support or equipment that your friend or family member may need. Advice on Employment and Welfare issues is also available to ensure the rights of you or your family member are being respected. You can also obtain advice from the Falkirk Councils Social Services Team and Stirling Councils Social Services Team on a wide range of topics.

We also provide support for families, including social groups and gatherings.

Please look at our What’s On guide for more information on the different groups and don’t forget to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for the latest information and pictures.

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