Come and share you experiences on how school has been; how have you and your children coped?
Halloween is here. There won’t be any trick or treating this time, but it’s still a great excuse for costumes, pumpkin carving and treats! But how accessible is Halloween?
In collaboration with The Thomas Pocklington Trust and Guide Dogs UK, we have produced guidance for university professionals supporting students with vision impairment starting or returning to studies during Covid-19.
RESOURCE: Back to Uni Q&A for Visually Impaired Students. In collaboration with Thomas Pocklington Trust.
Watch this Q&A in which we offer advice and support for all students heading to University this September. A downloadable document is also available.
Missed the show? Look reviewer Matt Johnson gives a blow-by-blow account of Lockdown’s Best Night In.
If you work with with visually impaired children and young people, listen to this webinar about supporting the teaching of literacy at home.
Join our support group for parents and carers of children with Usher Syndrome.
Listen to our brilliant expert-led webinar about supporting child literacy and reading at home.
Podcast + Resource: Primary to Secondary – Supporting families through transition (Professionals event)
Do you work with Visually Impaired children, young people and their families?
If so, this podcast and resource document is exclusively for you.
Parent/carer of a Year 6 VI child? This resource document + podcast offers advice and support in preparation for their move-up in September.
These resources offer advice, support and recommended additional information for families looking after a VI child with additional needs during lockdown.
Download our handy guide to accessing and using your assistive tech, or listen to the podcast.