More than thirty three thousand people in Wales who are blind or partially-sighted live in poverty, according to the RNIB Cymru and the Bevan Foundation.
They warn many people don't realise they are entitled to benefits. Joy Hook, who has glaucoma, says benefits made a big difference to her.
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A Wales-based company is partnering with job centres to roll out an initiative to get people with mental health problems back into work.
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A wet start to the week with rain for most of us this morning. Things should brighten up this afternoon.