In June we were delighted to welcome Kirsty James to sit in the LOOK Into chair where she chatted with Clare Norton-Smith (Events and Resources Co-ordinator at LOOK) about working in campaigns, the campaigns that have delivered the most success and how being involved in campaigning can give you life skills and boost your confidence.
We want to say a huge thank you to everyone who came and took part in the See My Skills: How to land your dream job! event on Saturday 26 March 2022, co-hosted by LOOK and Vision Foundation.
Early Years Parent Advice Workshop – What can I do when my child is identified as having a vision impairment and what support can I expect?
LOOK UK and VICTA have teamed up to host a parent advice workshop focused on managing the emotional and practical challenges following diagnosis of a young child with a vision impairment. The workshop will also consider the early years and support pathways available from diagnosis.
Knowing what to do after we finish our formal education can be daunting and for those who aren’t following the path to uni, it can seem even more so. Deciding to take a vocational course or subject can be a life-changing alternative, providing you with the practical skills and knowledge to prepare you for work.
We need you! – LOOK are recruiting London based volunteer mentors.
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.
In April we were delighted to be joined by Martin Symcox, CEO Metro Blind Sport and John McDougall, Captain of the England VI Football team.