“Promoting successful futures for young people with visual impairment”
Date: Saturday 8th October
Location: UCL Institute of Child Health, London
This workshop for professionals working in the field of childhood vision impairment has been designed to focus on research and practice aspects related to promoting positive outcomes for young people with VI. We have invited experts in the field to present a diverse range of topics, including the new Curriculum Framework, promoting positive adjustment and supporting career success. A further presentation is planned and details will be shared shortly.
There will be dedicated time for open discussion and delegates will have the opportunity to network with others throughout the day.
The cost for attending the workshop is £25 (students/retired £15) this includes refreshments and a sandwich lunch.
Book your place via the following link:
Caireen Sunderland and Linda James, Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
Presentation: “Curriculum Framework for Children and Young People with Vision Impairment (CFVI)”
Ana Semrov, PhD student, UCL Institute of Child Health
Presentation: “Promoting positive adjustment outcomes in children and young people with vision impairment”
Blind in Business
Presentation: “Helping young people with vision impairment to achieve their career ambitions”
We hope to see you there!