New research on transition of vi young people to adulthood
The Longitudinal Transitions Study is a research project following the experiences of young people with vision impairment during the transition from school through to employment and adulthood. The research has been carried out by the Vision Impairment Centre for Teaching and Research (VICTAR) at the University of Birmingham, in collaboration with RNIB and supported by the Thomas Pocklington Trust. A series of resources based on the project has now been published.
These include guidance for young people going to university, a guide for parents and a 'learner outcomes framework'. For more information and a link to all the resources, visit the Thomas Pocklington website.
Posted on the 16th of October 2017