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21 Jun: Parent’s Perspective – Dad’s Voice

Dad’s Voice, by Dave Wood Being the parents of four means a busy life. We have three girls and a…

19 May: 8 ways lockdown has had a positive impact on my life- By Holly Tuke

The current global pandemic is having an impact on all of us, we’re doing things we’re not used to, whether…

29 Apr: Applying for a Guide Dog – Young Adult’s Voice

By VICTA Intern Harriet Smith I first began the process of applying for a guide dog at the end of…

16 Apr: Navigating sight loss – A Q&A with my parents – by Elin Williams

  When I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa aged six, three years after my initial symptoms were noted, the life…

08 Apr: Early Years home-based messy play ideas!

Messy play is an exciting sensory and tactile experience for children, and is extremely important for children’s development.  It can…

07 Apr: Early Years home-based music and movement session ideas!

Music and Movement sessions are great interactive sessions are great for children in the early years and can form the…

03 Apr: Parent’s Perspective – Diagnosis

By Louise Gough I am by no means an expert. I am a parent, who has learnt without a manual….

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