“All roads lead to Education” L Hughes. In this resource the LOOK Parent support group and expert panellists explore Education Rights, what our children are entitled to and best practice for EHCP applications.
Category: Higher Education
Ways into work, vocational opportunities, training and apprenticeship options for your visually impaired child/young person.
There are many different opportunities available to our young people if they choose a non-university pathway to work. In this resource, the LOOK Parent support group and expert guest panellists share their insights, tips and advice on successfully entering the workforce.
LOOK’s monthly discussion groups for young people aged 11-18 are back this month with a shiny new look!
As well as providing fun, chat, music and quizzes we’ll also be inviting guests to talk about topics that matter to you.
The journey to becoming an independent learner is often long and onerous. In this resource, LOOK Project Assistant Andrea meets with LOOK mentors and mentees as they share their stories of independent learning.
Starting University is a big step for both you and your VI young adult. In this resource, The LOOK Parent support group and expert guest panellists share their insights, tips and advice.
In this blog, Olivia talks about making friends and trying new things at University.
In this blog, LOOK mentor Megan reflects on her time at Uni and shares what she wishes she had known back then! #UniInSight
In this episode, LOOK Mentor and Volunteer Emily talks to her panel of guests about starting Uni as a VI or deafblind student.
Heading off to Uni? Worried about telling new people about your VI? LOOK mentor Abbie has been there, done that and offers advice on how you can do it, too.
LOOK mentor Will shares his experience of house-sharing and offers advice to students starting out at Uni.
How can you be more confident? LOOK mentor Naz shares her top tips.
Don’t know what to do when you meet someone with a VI. Firstly, don’t panic! Secondly, watch this video – our mentors’ friends have some great advice for you!