Northampton Association for the Blind (NAB) Evaluation

Project Details

Description

Northampton Association for the Blind (NAB) was founded in 1896 and provided a range of services to support the visually impaired community across Northamptonshire. They seek to enable visually impaired adults, children and families in Northamptonshire live life to the full by providing advice, support, services and equipment that can help reduce the impact of sight loss. NAB have experienced Community Support Teams and Eye Clinic Liaison Officers (ECLO) Team who do community and hospital visits to provide care, understanding and guidance at what can be a hugely challenging time in life. This project seeks to measure the social impact of the National Lottery Community Fund X project and measure the wider social impact of NAB.

Layman's description

Northampton Association for the Blind (NAB) was founded in 1896 and provided a range of services to support the visually impaired community across Northamptonshire. This project seeks to measure the social impact of the National Lottery Community Fund X project and measure the wider social impact of NAB.
StatusNot started
Effective start/end date1/08/2431/12/24

Keywords

  • Social Impact

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