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Harriet is one of our fabulous LOOK members. Through our mentoring project she has been matched with a mentor who is supporting her to achieve her goals. She is currently preparing for her GCSE’s and deals with the added pressure of having both a visual and hearing impairment. in this video she talks about the […]
Don’t Miss Our Blog of the Month…. Each month, on our blog, we will have posts relating to a specific theme. This month’s theme is stress. For many of you it’s a very stressful time, whether you’re preparing for exams and spending most of your time revising or writing dissertations or assignments. There’s no doubt […]
In her first blog post for LOOK, our Project Worker, Holly Tuke, discusses whether she sees herself as being inspirational. Holly is blind due to a condition called Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP), and knows first hand what life is like as a young person with sight loss. I’ve often been called an “inspiration”, and when […]
I am Megan Barker, the new mentoring project co-ordinator at Look. I have spent most of my time working in theatre and community arts, as a freelance writer, and as director of my own theatre company. I have also worked as a creative writing teacher at various colleges, including here at RNC in Hereford. I […]
My name is Charlotte Carson and I am the director of LOOK-UK – I hope you enjoy reading the first of many blogs. I’m honoured to be the Director of LOOK as I have a very strong personal connection with the charity. LOOK was founded in 1991 by my incredible parents, Jennifer and Gareth Bowen, […]
Welcome to the LOOK Interview. We’re delighted this week to welcome our guest Shaun Stocker. Shaun is 23 years old and is registered blind and is a double amputee. At the age of 19, Shaun was a soldier in Afghanistan when he stepped on a IED (improvised explosive device). He lost both of his legs […]