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Connect to Support is a new website for people needing care or support in Bradford District. You can find everything you need to help you with your support here, from local to national products and services, plus information and advice and much more.Go to Connect to Support
This service is available only following an assessment of need by a Social worker. To request an assessment please call 01274 431704. There is a charge for this service and it is only available Monday to Friday.
Please note that you will need to have a microwave oven in order to prepare the meal.
Oakhouse foods deliver a huge choice of great tasting ready meals straight to your door. Each meal is traditionally prepared from the best ingredients and quick frozen to lock in the goodness and flavour, so you can simply heat it in the oven or microwave when you're ready. You can also order your groceries with Oakhouse foods and they can deliver them to your door.
To request a brochure, order a meal or find out more information please use the following details.
Organisation: Oakhouse foods
Phone: 01756 796 336
For more information on Telecare services please contact your local council directly. You can find their contact details below.
Phone: 01274 435400
To obtain this information we suggest that you contact our Sensory Needs Team at Morley Street on 01274 435015. You can make an appointment with them and talk through the available options.
Disability Equipment Bradford is a specialist demonstration centre for disability equipment, offering free and impartial advice and an opportunity to try the equipment for yourself. They are open Monday to Friday 9.30 - 12.15 and 12.45 - 15.15.
If you would like advice or would like to try equipment before you purchase, please use the following details.
Phone: 01274 589162
Being able to use computers, mobile phones and other gadgets for work, leisure and keeping in contact are key tools for blind and partially sighted people. Please follow the link below to see how the RNIB can support you. Visit: www.rnib.org.uk/information-everyday-living/using-technology We've gathered lots of information and point to you many more resources you can use to learn about and keep up to date with technology. eBooks are a big topic in technology, and are covered in the Reading section of our website. TECHNOLOGY FOR LIFE - Listen to blind and partially sighted people of all ages explain how technology has made their lives easier - Watch with subtitles on YouTube. STAY IN THE KNOW: Sign up for 'Switch On' our free quarterly e-newsletter with information and advice for making the most of everyday technology. We'll also let you know about products that have been designed with blind and partially sighted people in mind available from the high street and specialists. You'll also find technology news, reviews and events in our TechKnowMore blog. The TechKnowMore blog also features our Website of the Month and App of the Month. www.rnib.org.uk
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