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ClearVision Children’s Library

ClearVision Children’s Library ClearVision is a charity which runs a postal lending library of children’s books. All our books are dual format, with the print and braille together on the page so braille reading children can read with sighted family … Read more


Sensory Theme Based Activity – Toys

Here are some ideas and suggestions for supporting your child to explore the world of Toys! Tactile   Use toys which move, have sound, have an element of surprise. Squeaky toys, Jack in the box, puppets, mechanical toys, bendy toys, … Read more

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A dummies guide to Assistive Technology for the Visually Impaired

Walk into any of the major exhibitions of assistive technology for the visually impaired in this country and you will be met with a confusing array of what at first glance can look like a large number of similar products. … Read more


Positive Eye Sensory Curriculum Ideas – Walking to the shop

Here I share some more sensory ideas to support the theme of: Walking to the Shop Tactile Dressing for different weathers to walk to the shop: Rainy day – cagoule and wellingtons, umbrella – splashing in puddles, simulate sound of rain … Read more


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Calling all parents in the Kent area! I am looking for parents or families who are living in the Kent area who are raising VI children. I have been contacted by an aunty to a 10 month old child who is looking for support groups/advice/new friends in the area. Can anyone help???? ... See MoreSee Less

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Deb Aspland Was SwindleyHi Charlotte, do you know whereabouts in Kent - I'm in touch with lots of families (all of whom would be happy to chat) but Kent is huge so an idea of area would be great :-)2   ·  3 weeks ago

Louise PotterHi Charlotte. I would suggest the first place to contact would be the Kent Association for the Blind. They are excellent x1   ·  3 weeks ago

Heather Frances BeerContact Dorton house nursery, they run drop-in from birth. We travel 45 mins to get there and worth every minute for all the support, kindness and understanding they give all members of the family. I can't recommend them highly enough. They are part of royal London society of the blind. Can give more details if needed. They are a 0-5 years service. Amazing.2   ·  3 weeks ago

Kirsty JacksonBlind Children Uk offer a range of services through the Maidstone Guide Dogs mobility team.2   ·  3 weeks ago

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Catherine HarmonThe KAB have been great, im in kent if she would like a chat xx3 weeks ago

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Had a wonderful day yesterday at Nuzzlets farm with Karen Newell, Fred and Eva. An wonderful accessible day out. The most tactile farm visit I have ever berm on. Scarlett once calm and relaxed touched and handled animals more than she has ever done in her life! Blog post to follow! And thanks for inviting us karen x ... See MoreSee Less

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