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Inspirational Member of the VI Community of the Month

This months feature is an interview with Amber Bobnar, creator of the almighty and all informative wonderbaby.org and most importantly mummy to Ivan.  This interview is very close to my heart, Amber is my hero and was pivotal in helping … Read more

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Positive Eye Practical Approaches- Braille games: 5 rocket men fly to the moon

Here is a fun game to make with your child, using the Lazy Sue, £5.50 from IKEA. The Lazy Sue is a versatile tool and has many lovely fun uses. This is one of many I demonstrate on courses. You … Read more

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RLSB Tours London to Celebrate Early Years Support Services

Over the last year and a half RLSB has opened three Parent & Toddler Groups in Stratford, Peckham and Penge, offering vital support to vision impaired toddlers and their families. On Saturday 26 April RLSB took to the streets in an … Read more

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Young Visually impaired man sets up a consultancy business to help others

A young man from Cardiff has used his personal experience of living with a visual impairment to start his own business which aims to support organisations to cater for the needs of visually impaired customers. From May 2014 Daniel aged … Read more

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Jane BartlettYes lily will :-) x1   ·  16 hours ago

Dawn HartgenMy 3 year old vi daughter tries absolutely everything and anything in her mouth to explore it. Some of the things she tries you wouldn't believe. X1   ·  16 hours ago

Nettie SuderMaybe the coarse texture is what's enticing her.1   ·  17 hours ago

Heather KnoxMine will scrape the sandpaper in his texture books off with his teeth and he'll eat dirt. Not sure about sand, though.11 hours ago

Paula WebsterLol think I probably did stuff like that as a child but don't just think it's vi kids that do it lol12 hours ago

Bree ScottYes always. From when he was 1-4yrs. He still tries occasionally.17 hours ago

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Geoff TwamleyAmazing, well done Scarlett!!!! Love Anne-Marie and Geoff xx1   ·  9 hours ago

Beverley AustingYou remind me of my granddaughter Renee when she first went to the beach as a little girl. She was born blind too. Renee is 15 now and has achieving soooo much. She loves to write music and plays piano and flute. I'm sure you will do great things in the future too. All the very best.1   ·  19 hours ago

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Jane BartlettLily heads for the sea as soon as she hears the waves:-)2   ·  1 day ago

Christina Wardthat's brilliant. took Charlotte a fair few years before she would be brave enough to put her toes in the sand! She always wanted to wear socks. She swoon grew out of it though ansd now loves nothing more than being bare footed!1   ·  1 day ago

Kate ClarkBrave girl, doing so well Charlotte :) I don't think E would do that either, although we are starting to turn a corner1   ·  1 day ago

Karen NewellFantastic. Go girl. The beach is a wonderful playground. Fred loves scarborough. All those sounds smells and sensations. We r off to london tmrw. Eek. A very different set of sensations. See u tuesday x1   ·  1 day ago

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Alice BarcoeShe's just too cute :) x1   ·  1 week ago

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Julie Hintonamy alway loved her tramoline,such good fun,along with swimmingxxx1   ·  1 week ago

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Hello everyone, I am very thankful for all the support and contribution you have made the throughscarlettseyes.com community! I am looking for volunteers to help at a pre-schooler family weekend event we are holding in October. This event will help bring all our mini angels and their families together for a whole weekend of music, laughter, swimming, bouncing and finger foods! So if anyone is available on Sunday 26th or the morning of Monday the 27th of October to come and lend a hand please get in touch for more information :) email: cmellor@victa.org.uk message me: this facebook page call me: 07412572121 ... See MoreSee Less

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