Category: Out & About
Catch up with what our team have been up to this week, travelling around the country, championing visually impaired young people.
Jane Ring, Parent Support Officer at LOOK, on the wonders of Warwick Castle for families living with visual impairment.
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.
A huge thank you to Adam Dyson, from of our #TeamLOOK London Marathon 2023 team, for leading a brilliant guide running taster afternoon at the athletics track in Hereford.
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.
The UV rays of the sun don’t just damage your skin. They can damage your eyes as well. In the long term, if your eyes are exposed to too much sunlight, it can lead to cataracts and other eye diseases. George from sight loss charity Cam Sight shares her advice on keeping your eyes safe in the sun.
We know it is possible for children who need extra support, training and professional input to leave home and live independent lives but it can be an overwhelming prospect not knowing who is there to help and what that help looks like.
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.