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Date: July 2019
Join in the ‘Kidz to Adultz’ and discover the latest innovations, technology and services that are changing the face of the disability world all under one roof.
Quarterly meeting for members only of the Vision UK Learning Disability, Dementia & Sight Loss Committee
“The UK’s Leading exhibition for blind and partially sighted people and for those experiencing sight problems”
We’re showcasing all our access services and iniatives for the Fringe at the Fringe Shop and Box Office on 13 July 2019 and are offering 10% off on the day in the Fringe Shop.
NDAA members event: How the integration of hospitals and care home services can better facilitate transfers of care
All NDAA members and hospitals signed up to the Dementia Friendly Hospitals Charter are welcome
Quarterly meeting for members only of the Vision UK Early Intervention and Enablement Committee
This project invites music students with visual impairments to work with the Handel House Composer-in-Residence and a visually impaired composer, Michael Andrews to write a new piece of music.
This is a unique opportunity to learn how Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Assistive Technologies (AT) can enrich the lives of people who are blind or partially sighted.
A fun residential break for 11 – 16 year olds to take part in a range of activities and sports using the facilities and grounds at New College Worcester.
Join us for a weekend of activities, music and discussion, at LOOKFest, our first ever accessible family festival at the Kenchurch Estate in Herefordshire.
Vision England is an exciting residential programme for young people aged 12 – 17 years with a vision impairment, in partnership with the Field Studies Council (FSC).