Welcome to the LOOK blog where we post news, updates, and details about events
Mentor Al shares with us his education journey and how the support he recieved evolved as his education needs changed between primary to college education.
Advocating for your access needs can be challenging but ensuring you have support in place before you start Sixth Form or College can be a real game changer. LOOK Mentor Aliza shares her advice for getting the right support.
If you live in Herefordshire, are a visually impaired young person, parent to a vi child or you’re a vi young adult looking for volunteering and upskilling opportunities, we want to hear from you!
Are you ready for the challenge of a lifetime? Then join Team LOOK at the London Marathon.
In this blog, LOOK mentor Emilia reflects on her time at Uni and shares how her confidence has given her the opportunity to help others in a similar situation.
It is with great sorrow and deepest respect that LOOK marks the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Our mentors of the month for August have to be the four fantastic mentors who joined us at Jamie’s Farm.
Welcome to our See My Skills: Writing the perfect CV and honing your interview skills resource page.
Writing the perfect CV and honing your interview skills resource page shares tangible insights into building a marketable CV and provides practical tips for interview skills.
Our panel discusses a wide range of challenges that visually impaired young people face when looking for a job.
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.