Those three little words ‘ back to school’ – may be music to the ears of some parents and children, but for many, the prospect of returning to school or starting a new one can, can cause incredible stress and anxiety, particularly for a child with a visual impairment.
Jane Ring, our Parent Support Officer and mum to Chloe, has compiled this handy resource following our ‘Back to School’ themed Parent Support Group.
Click below to read their top tips and tap into their many years of experience and wisdom.
LOOK’s Parent Support Group
Come and meet other parents of Visually Impaired children every other Tuesday at 7pm in our free, online meet-up session.
Come and talk about your experiences of supporting your Visually Impaired children and helping them navigate the very visual world we live in. Share your feelings, frustrations, ideas and coping strategies. You don’t have to feel stuck or on your own, our growing community of parent carers want to listen, support, offer advice and reassurance.
Let us know what questions you may have and what topics you’d like to discuss?
Tell us what information or advice you need – we will get it for you!
Or just come and have a listen and a friendly chat with people who are in the same boat as you.
Be a part of LOOK’s supportive community.
Click below to register for your FREE place: