|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport Research Reports|
|Peer Review Status:||Unrefereed|
|Title:||An Evaluation of the Impact of Sight and Hearing Support Services: Western Isles Sensory Project|
|Citation:||Smith A, Shepherd A & Jepson R (2013) An Evaluation of the Impact of Sight and Hearing Support Services: Western Isles Sensory Project. Smith A (Editor), Shepherd A (Editor) & Jepson R (Editor). University of Stirling.|
Western Isles, sensory services
|Publisher:||University of Stirling|
|Abstract:||This report presents an evaluation of the Western Isles Sensory Centre (WISC). The Centre provides advice, assessment, referrals and practical interventions to people with sensory impairments who live in the Western Isles. The report details the evaluation findings from a survey and in-depth interviews carried out with WISC clients and their carers. The views of clients and experience of the service offered by the WISC was explored initially by the use of a postal survey (n=49). Following this, a number of in-depth interviews (n=12) were conducted with clients that further explored the impact that attending the Centre had on their impairment. The views of WISC staff who support service provision for people with sensory impairments were also sought. Additionally, perspectives about the service were sought from health, social care and third sector professionals who are involved in the care and support of people with sensory impairments.|
|Rights:||Authors retain copyright|
|Affiliation:||Health Sciences Research - Stirling - LEGACY|
FHSS Management and Support
Health Sciences Stirling
|WISC final report doc .pdf||Fulltext - Accepted Version||553.38 kB||Adobe PDF||View/Open|
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