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Raising Awareness of Visual Impairment (Joseph Clarke Service for Visually Impaired)


What is this service?

Training for parent/carer groups, pre-school settings, schools and community organisations on raising awareness of visual impairment, the effects of a visual impairment on social skills, development and learning and advice on creating  suitable, accessible resources and environments.

Who is it for?

Parents, carers and staff working with children and young people with a visual impairment.  Organisations in Redbridge interested in raising awareness of visual impairment.

Outcomes for service users

Increased awareness of visual impairment and how to create accessible resources and environments.

Who to contact

Anne Webster
020 8531 8361
Parent Organisation
Joseph Clarke School for the Visually Impaired

Where to go

Joseph Clarke Service
Whitefield Schools & CentreMacdonald RoadWalthamstowLondonE17 4AZ
E17 4AZ

When is it on?

Term time

Other Details

Cost Details
No cost involved
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Referral needed?
Referral Details

Open referral system.

How to access this service:

By contacting Anne Webster, Deputy Head of Service, Joseph Clarke Service for the Visually Impaired via telephone or email.

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