Eyelander Game

Computer game for visually-impaired children goes mobile

2 April 2020

A computer game which has been shown to improve functional vision in children with partial visual field loss, is now fully compatible with mobile devices.    Eyelander was developed by the University of Lincoln together with the WESC Fo...

Awards nomination for Exeter charity’s innovative talking till

1 April 2020

A talking till developed by WESC Foundation has been nominated for a national award. The audible point of sale (APOS) till – which can be operated independently by users with visual impairment and other disabilities – has been r...

Exeter care home rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission

25 March 2020

A care home in Exeter has been rated “Outstanding” following an inspection by national regulators the Care Quality Commission (CQC) according to a recent-published report St David’s House provides specialist residential care for up t...

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) and WESC Foundation

23 March 2020

St David’s House residential care home and our supported living accommodation remain open, and people who normally live and receive support in those parts of our provision will continue to do so. The WESC Foundation school and college is...

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Everybody has something to offer WESC, so I would strongly recommend anyone thinking about volunteering to come to meet the children and staff and find out how they can contribute. If you have a gap in your life or you’d like to learn a new skill or meet like-minded people, then please come and join us!

Angie, Volunteer - at WESC Foundation