Jane Ring, Parent Support Officer at LOOK, on the wonders of Warwick Castle for families living with visual impairment.
Does your visually impaired child dread their PE lessons in mainstream school, is it hard for them to access clubs in the community and be fully included? This free resource is for you!
For Mental Health Awareness Week, catch up on this positive session for parent carers living with visual impairment.
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.
Our next Parent Support Group meet is on Monday September 4th at 7.30pm.
So, this is it – exam time! You might be feeling prepared and ready to go, or stressed and anxious and wanting it all to be over. Either way, it is important to take care of your wellbeing during this time.
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