Resources for Children & Young People With a Vision Impairment

Guide Dogs have lots of information on their website to support children and young people with vision impairments, including these resources:

Nursery Rhyme Classics for children with a vision impairment to move and groove to, with suggested specific movements and actions for each song, helping your child learn more about their bodies and how they move –

Learning Through Play Resources containing information, guidance and activities, to help support a child with a visual impairment’s early years development through play.   These resources are broken down into age ranges starting from birth, covering 5 key development areas (concept development, sensory skills, fine &gross motor skills, self help & independence and communication skills) and can easily be done at home, using everyday items –

iPad Learning Resources for people with a visual impairment, including how to set up the accessibility features, for sensory impairment and also some for physical disabilities, as well as guidance on using apps etc –

Independent Review of Special Educational Needs: Conversations with Parents/Carers – 23 August 2022

As part of the Independent Review of Special Educational Needs (SEN), IPSOS is seeking the views of parent/carers in relation to improving SEN process and services.

Date: Tuesday 23 August 2022

Time: 6.00pm-8.30pm (zoom)

Register your interest: Email – or Phone 028 90 500 800