Blind Veterans UK Sheffield centre

Blind Veterans UK Sheffield centre
Blind Veterans UK Sheffield centre.

The Sheffield centre offers a range of rehabilitation and training courses in the North of the country.

These courses are designed for up to 12 trainees to stay with us for a variety of training and introductory weeks.

If you know of a veteran with sightloss request a callback to discuss FREE support or download an application form.

Centre facilities

Our specialist training rooms, lounge and dining room at Sheffield are perfect for our rehabilitation and training courses. As well as introductory courses, we also offer courses in:

     • IT

     • Communications

     • Mobility

     • Independent living skills

 

History

The centre was built in 1864 by John Cowlishaw. The building was initially a private house, then in the 1920s it was turned into a hostel for students at the university. Since the 1950s it has been used as a Royal Infirmary, nursing sisters home, private nursing home and a nursing clinic.

 

Blind Veterans UK took over in 2005 to give our blind veterans a training centre in the north to help those who did not want to take the journey down to Brighton.

 

Contact us 

For more information, call us on 0114 267 2550 or write to us at Blind Veterans UK, 276 Fulwood Road, Sheffield, S10 3BN.

 

Find out how you can get involved

Find out about all the events and activites in Sheffield by visiting our Facebook page for Sheffield.

 

 

Sheffield centre Blind Veterans UK's Sheffield centre

Blind Veterans UK's Sheffield Centre provides ex-Service men and women with the tailored services and lifelong support they need to discover life beyond sight loss.

 

 


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