Experience has shown us that visually impaired young people are best supported by those that have personal experiences of living with a visual impairment. The mentor role can be hugely rewarding – supporting others, while boosting your own self-development and confidence too.
Catch up on this positive session focused on practical things we can do to help ourselves and our visually impaired (VI) children feel calmer and
BBC Radio ran a fantastic interview with one of our mentees, Chloe, and her mum, Jane. Chloe was born with severe visual and hearing impairment. Click through to listen to this inspiring and moving interview.
CEO of LOOK, Charlotte Carson, has been interviewed on BBC Radio talking about LOOK and our #TeamLOOK marathon runners. Charlotte is an enthusiastic advocate for VI young people.
Calling all visually impaired 10-16 year olds in Herefordshire! Does TikTok rock your world? Spend more time on YouTube than homework?! Ever used your hairbrush as a microphone? We want to hear from you!
We are thrilled to welcome an absolutely bumper group of new mentees this spring. A grand total of 34 young people will be joining the LOOK mentoring project, with the majority of these new starters up already up and running from this month. This is a very exciting milestone for us – our largest intake yet!
It was a privilege and joy to welcome blind singers from the Ukraine to the Guide Dogs UK National Centre in Leamington Spa during their visit to the UK, funded by Sarah’s Trust, the charity of The Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson and sight loss charities Thomas Pocklington Trust and the RNIB.
Aged 16+ with University or college in your sights? Will your chosen course feature essay writing and researching? If so, then this is the resource you’ve been waiting for!