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Agencies Serving Blind & Partially Sighted People

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Complete list of countries

A comprehensive list of agencies, charities and organisations that support blind and partially sighted people, with contact details and information about services and activities.

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Samoa
Sao Tome and Principe
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia
Seychelles
Sierra Leone
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
Solomon Islands
Somalia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
St Kitts and Nevis
St Lucia
St Vincent and the Grenadines
Sudan
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Syria


Slovak Republic


Rehabilitaene Stredisko pre Zrakovo Postihnutych Levoea
(Rehabilitation Centre for Visually Handicapped)

Kosicka 2, Levoea 05401, Slovak Republic.
Tel: +421 053 451 3649
Fax: +421 053 451 0935
Email: rszp@rszp.sk
Web: www.rszp.sk
Activities: Rehabilitation courses, basket courses, masseur courses, PC operators PC's programs, courses for telephonists, individual programs and preparation for colleges and high schools.


Slovak Blind and Partially Sighted Union
Sekulská 1, 842 50 Bratislava, Slovak Republic.
Contact person: Mr. Branislav Mamojka, President
Tel: +421 2 654 20 853
Fax: +421 2 654 20 842
Email: unss@unss.sk; mamojka@unss.sk
Web: www.unss.sk
Activities: Social rehabilitation counselling for families with impaired children; Helps with employment and retraining; Recreational reconditioning courses; Advocating for impaired people interests; Provides recommendation for applications for subsidizing the purchase of access technology; Provides consultancy on removing architectonic barries; Organizing the training for guide dogs.


Slovenska Kniznica pre Nevidiacich Mateja Hrebendu v Levoci
(Slovak Library for the Blind of Mateja Hrebenda in Levoca)

Sturova 36, Levoca, 054 65, Slovak Republic.
Tel: +421 53 451 36 48
Email: skn@skn.sk
Web: www.skn.sk
Activities: The SLB‘s mission is to transfer documents (books, textbooks, magazines etc.) into the formats available to the blind (Braille, audio books, digitized texts, large print). Documents adapted in these ways are organized in the library funds and used to offer borrowing services to the blind and partially sighted people in Slovakia and abroad.

 



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