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Wrexham: Coronavirus local support

COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Association of Voluntary Organisations Wrexham (AVOW)

The Association of Voluntary Organisations Wrexham (AVOW) have put together a Community Support Pathway to ensure individuals can get in touch with the right people at the right time.

The AVOW Community Support Pathway includes contacts for your local Community Agent, Community Council and Councillor for your ward – these should be your initial points of contact within the community. If none of these resources are available in your area, and you have no access to family, friends or neighbourhood support, you can contact AVOW.

Care & Repair - 01352 758700

Vision Support.

Phone lines are open for advice and Information for everyone.

Vision Support staff will be supporting people via telephone and taking new referrals. The digital inclusion team are available to help you with information technology and they can support individuals to purchase equipment from assistive technology suppliers. Professional Rehabilitation Workers are available for specialist support.

Royal Society for Blind Children.

RSBC is currently unable to offer home visits but can arrange targeted direct support to children and young people, aged 0-25, who are visually impaired. They can also work with parents, carers and other professionals.

Tel:  Annie on 07826265758
annie.nwales@rsbc.org.uk 

CONTACTING SOCIAL SERVICES

If you have any questions about the support you receive from social care such as from your Rehabilitation Officer for Visually Impaired (ROVI), contact your local authority directly:

Wrexham 01978 292066.