The Wilberforce Trust are committed to supporting people with sight loss, we do this through our supported accommodation, low vision clinic, visual awareness training and activities within the living and learning zone. Vision Our vision is to see a world in which all people with sight loss, including those with other disabilities, are truly integrated […]
Our popular sensory sessions have been running for over two years at our Huntington headquarters. Our pop up room offers a great range of equipment to explore the senses. Sessions are for both adults and children with disabilities, including sight loss, autism and learning disabilities. The equipment in the sensory room offers a variety of sensory experiences, tactile, audio, visual and […]
The Wilberforce Trust traces its roots back to 1833, when the Yorkshire School for the Blind was opened in York in memory of William Wilberforce, who had died that year. The school was set up in one of York’s best-known historic buildings – the King’s Manor in the centre of York.