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Tinnitus Day 5th Feb 2019

Posted on Monday, January 14th, 2019

NHS Forth Valley will be holding their annual Tinnitus Information Day on 5th February 2019. The day will be a series of drop-in advice sessions and workshops. Drop – in Information Sessions (no need to book): • 10am – 12pm and 1 – 3 pm Workshops (booking essential): Booking is essential for Workshops as places […]

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Make us Amazon Smile!

Posted on Monday, January 7th, 2019

Forth Valley Sensory Centre is now a registered charity with Amazon Smile. This means that when you are shopping online you can also donate to our charity – free of charge! Log-in via the Amazon Smile portal and shop as normal, all the same items are there as on the regular Amazon site, except, if […]

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Energy Saving Accessibility

Posted on Friday, November 9th, 2018

We are looking at Energy Saving Accessibility! Specifically, making sure that advice and information about reducing energy use, and lowering your carbon footprint to save money and have a warmer home is accessible to people with sight or hearing loss. We’d like to know if this is an issue you have experienced. Do you struggle […]

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New Groups – Your input needed!

Posted on Tuesday, October 30th, 2018

We currently run around 30 groups and classes at the Centre in in the local area but we need your help to determine what new groups we could add! We want to be sure that our Centre is delivering the groups and classes our Centre Users and the local community wants. This could be any […]

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Glasgow Speakers at Scottish Parliament

Posted on Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Glasgow Speakers Club recently took a group of people with sight loss to the Scottish Parliament to give talks on how losing their eyesight has affected their lives. Centre User, Laura was one of those taking part in the RNIB supported course and gave her talk on 10th September. We originally advertised the course on […]

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