Charity expands services to blind and deaf people in Dundee
A North-east charity is expanding its services in Dundee after securing a new contract.
North East Sensory Services (NESS) which has offices in Dundee, Elgin and Aberdeen, has been awarded a contract by Dundee City Council to provide social work services to blind and deaf people across the region.
NESS has been supporting those with hearing loss in Dundee since April 2013, but the charity has now been contracted to also support blind and partially sighted people, from 1st October 2016.
The three-year contract includes providing a full social work service for people with significant sight... read more
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