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Date: June 2019
Walk, jog or run a sensational 5K. Guide Dogs family friendly fun run with 5 sensory experiences.
We will begin the trip exploring Slovenia’s capital city, Ljubliana with a guided tour, making sure we stop off at the castle which has been standing on a hill above the city for 900 years.
Join the University of Liverpool celebrate World Orthoptics Day by attempting to break the current world record for the “Largest Human Image of an Eye”.
The 2nd UCL Institute of Ophthalmology Research Symposium will take place at UCL Institute of Child Health on 11th June 2019
To build on the enormous success of the Week across London, we are now expanding to become a national event, as a collaboration between London Arts in Health Forum and the Culture, Health and Wellbeing Alliance.
Feel the tropical heat in the stunning Rainforest Biome and meander through the landscapes of the Mediterranean, South Africa, California and Western Australia Biome at the Eden Project, Cornwall. The Rainforest Canopy Walkway will take you through the tree tops, enabling you to experience the breath-taking views across the Biome.
This event is a great opportunity to find out more about Inherited Retinal Dystrophies (IRDs) and hear from leading medical professionals and our partners within the sight loss sector.
Thursday 20 June 2019 is national and international Nystagmus Awareness Day!
Usher Kids UK family event are supported by Retina UK to address the specific needs of families and children living with Usher syndrome.
This year we’re joining forces with parkrun UK to offer you the opportunity to get out into your local park and walk or run for nystagmus awareness. Parkrun is fully accessible to people with vision impairment.
The Metro Blind Sport Athletics Open welcomes athletes of all ages and experience throughout the UK to join them in their annual competition.
England Vision Strategy’s fourth national conference will take place on 26 June 2019 and will include a number of workshops focusing on the six priorities as well as providing you a fantastic opportunity to hear about excellent work across England while networking with colleagues from the voluntary sector, local authorities and the NHS.
This timely conference examines the progress of the new Inspections of Local Authority Children’s Services (ILACS) framework in its first year. Featuring high level keynotes from key organisations giving the latest updates on the latest developments in children’s services, this conference will provide delegates with key policy and practice updates.
Now in its 9th year, this pivotal conference is designed to go one step further in assessing how all providers can effectively work in collaboration to ensure compliance with the SEND inspections framework and meet the requirements of the SEND reforms to deliver outstanding SEND provision.
Hosted by Guide Dog’s Children and Young People’s Services and MertonVision, we invite your support in coming to the launch of MertonVision’s Children and Young People’s Service.