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25 Mar: Finding a Sense of Belonging in a Sighted World- By Holly Tuke

When thinking about growing up with a vision impairment, finding a sense of belonging and everything that intertwines with that…

07 Feb: Some days I need you, more than you need me- An open letter to Sonny

In this final post in Children’s Mental Health Week I am going to explore a topic I have touched on…

04 Feb: Education and mental health, are schools doing enough?

This post has been created from a private conversation that I had with a good friend of mine who I…

03 Feb: How I express myself in the pursuit of better mental health- By Elin Williams

The 1st-7th February marks Children’s Mental Health Week 2021, and this year’s theme is ‘express yourself’. To honour this, I…

02 Feb: Pandemic Positivity- Connecting with others through creativity. An interview with Samantha Gough

Hi Sam, firstly thank you for agreeing to take part in the interview and sharing with us some insights into…

19 Jan: Exceeding Expectations- By Holly Tuke

Exceeding expectations and achieving your goals in the ‘new normal’ January is the month where many of us think about…

16 Dec: Making a Christmas Sensory Board for a toddler who is visually impaired

    I came across this great idea on social media and thankfully parent Emma Dew, the creator of the…

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