Royal Society For Blind Children

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About Organisation

Are you a vision impaired young person? Check out RSBC’s services, activities and support for you and your family. RSBC works with blind and partially sighted children and young people aged 0-25 and their families. Get involved with RSBC: - Health and Wellbeing sessions: focusing on sport, leisure and healthy lifestyle activities, all adapted to be accessible to young people with vision impairment. Come and have a go at football, ice skating, climbing, or join our virtual workout squad. - Social and Independence activities: hang out with new friends at our lunch and supper clubs. Build your confidence and independence and take part in great new experiences. We’ve done zip lining, first aid sessions, even driving! We’ve also learnt new skills like cooking and personal presentation. Why not give it a try? - Creative sessions: you don’t have to be an expert to get together with people like yourself to try singing, playing, writing, filming and editing, craft activities or performing. There’s something for everyone. - Employment Support: not sure what work you want to do or how to go about getting a job? Or maybe you’re trying to get your own small business off the ground? Perhaps you want to try volunteering in your community? Our employment team works with you to get you where you want to be. - Assistive Technology: whether you want to get more from your phone, try out gaming apps or find the right tech to support your education or employment, Alex is here to help you access the best solution for you. - Telephone support: not sure of your benefits entitlements or rights as a young person? We can help. - RSBC Families First is for the whole family, to help out when things get tough. Our Family Practitioners know that it’s not always easy to have a vision impairment and they are here for you whenever you need them.

Royal Society For Blind Children

Orpington, BR6 0TE

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