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Getting Great at the Everyday: Confidence & Wellbeing weekend

February 9th, 2018 / View in own page?

Two LOOK mentors walking along a country scene. One of them is using a long cane. November 2-4, New College Worcester.

Calling young visually impaired people and their parents/guardians.

Sign up to join LOOK staff and mentors for a fun weekend of activities designed to boost confidence, resilience and wellbeing.

We have a team of  superb blind and partially sighted mentors, and Independent life skills experts on hand to inform, entertain and support you.
Like all LOOK weekends, it’s an opportunity to relax and meet new friends, while sharing our experiences of life with sight loss.
Workshops include:

  • Confidence in the Kitchen – improve your cooking skills
  • Outdoor games to  boost  mobility
  • Forest school fun
  • Self esteem boosting workshops
  • Q&A with LOOK mentors
  • Daily tech  solutions – come and learn about the apps that have changed so many lives

Who can come?

Young blind and partially sighted people aged 11+ can come with a parent/guardian.

How much does it cost?

The full cost of the event is £60, £30.00 each for a young person and their parent. We will require £40 deposit per family (1 parent 1 young person) to secure your place on the weekend.
– Bursary places are available for those who qualify for free school meals. Those who qualify for a bursary place should contact us directly.

How can I book my place?

Places are going fast. Book today by emailing info@look-uk.org or calling   01432 376314.

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