In answer to the question ‘What does a visually impaired child see?’ the Thomas Pocklington Trust has produced a new video simulating the 5 most commonly seen forms of vision impairment in children and young people, including nystagmus. The film, What do we see? 2, shows what it’s like to have nystagmus, retinitis pigmentosa, infantile … Continue reading What do we see?
Thanks to a grant from our friends at the Thomas Pocklington Trust, the Nystagmus Network is delighted to be able to offer parents and carers of children and young people with nystagmus the opportunity to attend one of a brand new series of Parent Power webinars. Each webinar will introduce parents to the special educational … Continue reading Parent Power is back!
When Saturday 08 February – 13:00 – 16:00 Where Thomas Pocklington Trust, Entrance D, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LG LOOK UK have teamed up with London Vision to run a free event for visually impaired young people considering university. Their ‘Get University Ready’ event is designed to empower visually impaired young people with … Continue reading Get university ready with LOOK UK
Latest study shows improvements for young people with vision impairment entering employment but more needs to be done The latest results of a Longitudinal Transition Study published by the Vision Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research (VICTAR) at the University of Birmingham and Thomas Pocklington Trust show an increase to those entering employment but inconsistencies of … Continue reading Into employment with VI