Wales Council of the Blind

child

Definition: A person who is aged under 18.

Category: uncategorised

Credit: Welsh Government

Source: Social Services & Well-being (Wales) bill


Services mentioning child

Access2books - (Access2books) Accessible media

This charity produces and publishes high quality early years books in dual format - giant print (75pt) & braille - with illustrations. The design enables braille or large print readers to read without obscuring the text or illustrations; and therefore gives children and adults the opportunity to read together, forming both educational and social relationships. Books can be purchased, and are also available for loan from some Welsh libraries.

Anglesey VI Education Service - (Isle of Anglesey/Gwynedd Additional Learning Needs Service) Education

Anglesey/Gwynedd local authorities provide Additional Learning Needs support and have teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

Apply for Assistive Technology - (Guide Dogs) Grants

Guide Dogs believes the right assistive technology – sometimes called ‘access’ or ‘adaptive’ technology – can help your child learn and play, just like everyone else. That’s why they've helped children and young people access a world of technology designed to suit their vision impairment.

Audio Book Club - (Royal Society for Blind Children) Clubs and social groups

Join us on Zoom as we listen to different audio books with other Visually Impaired (VI) young people from all over the UK! You can listen to books of your choice in the comfort of your space, have a chance to meet new people & make new friends as we have discussions, quizzes, and create your own audiobook sessions around the chosen book. Once we finish a book, we also hold exciting nominations and vote in time for the book reveal session. Audio book club is at a regular time of 5pm-6pm every Monday and Thursday for children and young people between the ages of 8-25.

Audiobook lending service - (Listening Books) Accessible media

Listening Books has over 10,000 wonderful fiction and non-fiction titles in our collection for children and adults, including many popular authors. We also have set texts and study guides and many of our educational titles are recorded in our professional digital studios and aren't available anywhere else! Titles can be streamed over WiFi on computers, laptops, tablets, or smartphones, downloaded to portable devices to listen to offline or on the go, or on MP3 CDs sent through the post.

Bag Books - multisensory books - (Bag Books) Accessible media

Bag Books is the only organisation in the world publishing multi-sensory books specifically for people with learning disabilities. Each year we reach around 19,000 children and adults throughout the UK with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD), Severe Learning Disabilities (SLD) or severely affected by Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

BBS support - (Bardet-Biedl Syndrome UK) Support Group

BBSUK can help by putting you in touch with other families who are facing similar problems, by passing on advice which has helped others in the day to day management of thieir children, and by sending information which will help professionals in medical and educational fields to understand more about our special children.

Benefits & tax credits service - (Contact) Welfare benefits advice

Provide information and advice on benefits to the families of disabled children.

Blaenau Gwent VI Education Service - (SenCom Vision and Multi-Sensory Impairment Service) Education

The service works with children and young people who have a speech, language, communication need or who have a hearing, vision, or multi-sensory impairment. The teams provide a wide range of advice and intervention strategies including teaching.

Booktouch - (BookTrust) Accessible media

Booktouch packs are available for children who are blind or partially sighted. Children are entitled to this pack in addition to the two standard Bookstart packs. You can collect your free Booktouch packs from your health visitor, local health clinic, early years setting or local library. Bookstart schemes also work closely with these professionals and sensory impairment teams to help make sure everyone receives the packs best suited to them.

Bridgend VI Education Service - (Bridgend CBC Education Department) Education

Bridgend CBC provides Additional Learning Needs Support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

Bright Beginnings - (Royal Society for Blind Children) Clubs and social groups

Our exciting weekly online early years group for parents who have a blind or partially sighted baby or child between 0-4 years old. These drop ins run every Monday from 1pm till 2pm virtually on zoom. In these sessions you can expect to see: a range of different activities each week from sensory stories to messy play and music sessions for you and your little ones to participate in; an opportunity to chat with/meet other parents and families; the chance to participate in useful discussions about practical concerns with some guest hosts.

Caerphilly VI Education Service - (SenCom Vision and Multi-Sensory Impairment Service) Education

The service works with children and young people who have a speech, language, communication needs or who have a hearing, vision, or multi-sensory impairment. The teams provide a wide range of advice and intervention strategies including teaching.

Cardiff Mobility specialist - (Cardiff Council Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

Cardiff Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Roberta Veryard.

Cardiff VI Education Service - (Cardiff Council Education Department) Education

Cardiff Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

Carmarthenshire Qualified Habilitation Specialist - (Carmarthenshire Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

Carmarthenshire Council can provide habilitation services to vi children in a school environment.

Carmarthenshire VI Education Service - (Carmarthenshire Education Department) Education

Carmarthenshire Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

Ceredigion VI Education Service - (Ceredigion Education Department) Education

Ceredigion Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

CHECT Support Fund - (Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT)) Grants

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) support fund provides grants to families in need of financial help as a result of their child’s diagnosis, treatment or screening for retinoblastoma. The fund is available to UK members of CHECT and/or those receiving treatment under the NHS in one of the UK retinoblastoma centres – Royal London Hospital or Birmingham Children’s Hospital. Eligible families could receive up to £200 per year.

Children, Families and Young People Service - (RNIB) Advice

Advice and support on education and social activities for blind and partially-sighted children and their families.

Children's Mobility and Habilitation Service - (Guide Dogs) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

Guide Dogs Cymru support to children and their families as they tackle the challenges of sight loss from birth through transition to adulthood.

Clearvision children's library - (Clearvision) Accessible media

ClearVision is a UK postal lending library of mainstream children's books with added braille. Our books all have braille (or Moon), print and pictures, making them suitable for visually-impaired and sighted children and adults to share. There are over 13,000 books in the collection, including tactile board books, simple stories for young children and stimulating books for newly fluent readers. We have fiction and non-fiction in uncontracted (grade 1) and contracted (grade 2) braille.

Connecting Families - (Royal Society for Blind Children) Support Group

We hold monthly evening group sessions for parents and carers of vision impaired children and young people (0-25 years) which are facilitated by our team of RSBC Family Practitioners. It’s a supportive group where you will learn from the experiences of other parents and carers and in turn be able to support others with your own experiences and stories. Each month there will be a new topic covering many of the milestones and issues which parents and carers might face. It’s a safe place to share your feelings knowing others will support you. What to expect: Peer support; Empowering each other; Learning about and understanding mental health and well-being; Sharing knowledge and experience; Discussing the challenges of raising a child with a vision impairment; Open advice forum – no question is too big or too small.

Contact helpline - (Contact) Helpline

For information or advice on any aspect of caring for a disabled child, ring Contact's national freephone helpline on 0808 808 3555, Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 5pm. Can help with issues such as info on your child's medical condition, sources of grants, benefits and special educational needs.

Contact support groups in Wales - (Contact) Support Group

Groups provide parents of disabled children with essential practical and emotional support. Workshops and other events are organised.

Conwy Mobility specialist - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

NEWSSS has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to VI children in a school environment. The contact is Rachel Ward below.

Conwy VI Education Service - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Education

The team works with children and young people from birth to age 19. Specialist skills tuition is provided for those children and young people with a significant sensory loss with support, advice and guidance being provided for families, schools and other agencies to provide a seamless approach to meeting the needs of identified individuals.

Creative - (Royal Society for Blind Children) Sports, arts, leisure and holidays

We hold regular online and hybrid sessions for children and young people of any age up to 25 to come together and share their creative passion. Whether you enjoy music, playing an instrument, singing, poetry, drama, or creative writing you can join our sessions and meet others who share your interests. Online Gaming: We hold regular online gaming sessions for children and young people to come together and have some fun gaming together. Open to any children and young people up to age 25, why not come and join and meet others whilst playing online.

CustomEyes Books - (Guide Dogs) Accessible media

Guide Dogs CustomEyes service produces large print books for children with vision impairment. These are tailor-made for each child or young person, but they are only charged the recommended retail price. The customised large print books open up a whole world of imagination and learning, by enabling visually impaired children and young people to read the same books as their sighted friends and classmates.

Deafblind support - (Sense) Support Group

Specialist one-to-one support for deafblind people through both communicator guides and intervenors, and outreach support to children, families and deafblind adults in their own homes

Denbighshire Mobility specialist - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

NEWSSS has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to VI children in a school environment. The contact is Rachel Ward below.

Denbighshire VI Education Service - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Education

The team works with children and young people from birth to age 19. Specialist skills tuition is provided for those children and young people with a significant sensory loss with support, advice and guidance being provided for families, schools and other agencies to provide a seamless approach to meeting the needs of identified individuals.

Family Fund grants - (Family Fund) Grants

Provide grants to the families of disabled children and young people who meet certain criteria. The grants can be used for essential items such as washing machines, fridge-freezers, family breaks, clothing and bedding as well as contributions to hospital visiting costs. They also help with tablets, laptops and sensory toys.

Family Support Service - (Royal Society for Blind Children) Counselling and emotional support

This service offers one to one support for the whole family; help with coping with a diagnosis; help to access practical support; and support for your child's development.

Flintshire Mobility Specialist - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

NEWSSS has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to VI children in a school environment. The contact is Rachel Ward below.

Flintshire VI Education Service - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Education

The team works with children and young people from birth to age 19. Specialist skills tuition is provided for those children and young people with a significant sensory loss with support, advice and guidance being provided for families, schools and other agencies to provide a seamless approach to meeting the needs of identified individuals.

Grants from MACS - (MACS (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia & Coloboma Support)) Grants

MACS gives grants to cover the cost of activities or equipment needed by children born without eyes, or with under-developed eyes. You must have been a member of MACS for at least 6 month to apply.

Grants from VICTA - (VICTA (Visually Impaired Children Taking Action)) Grants

VICTA provide grants for children and young people for visual aid equipment and for vacation schemes.

Gwynedd VI Education Service - (Isle of Anglesey/Gwynedd Additional Learning Needs Service) Education

Anglesey/Gwynedd local authorities provide Additional Learning Needs support and have teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

HelpKidzLearn - (Inclusive Technology) Education

The home of multiple online services, enabling children of all ages and abilities to play, develop and achieve. Teachers, therapists, carers and parents can provide accessible game-based learning activities, creative personalised choice-making activities, access readymade curriculum activities and sensory stories, or assess and develop early vision and cognition behaviours.

Living Paintings accessible books - (The Living Paintings Trust) Education

Books for children, teenagers, and adults with tactile images, braille, and audio descriptions.

LOOK holiday flat - (LOOK - National Federation of Families with Visually Impaired Children) Sports, arts, leisure and holidays

LOOK owns a holiday flat in Scarborough on the Yorkshire coast. The flat is accessible with two bedrooms, one double (with space for a cot), and one with bunk beds plus an extra single bed. The LOOK flat provides an opportunity for every family with a visually impaired child to enjoy a seaside break and can be booked for both long and short breaks at very reasonable rates.

LOOK Parent Support Group - (LOOK - National Federation of Families with Visually Impaired Children) Support Group

Come and meet other parents of Visually Impaired children every other Tuesday at 19:30GMT in our free online meet up sessions. (On Mondays from August 2023)

MACS family helpline - (MACS (Microphthalmia, Anophthalmia & Coloboma Support)) Helpline

Telephone helpline offering advice and support to parents of children born without eyes or with under-developed eyes.

Merthyr Tydfil Mobility specialist - (Merthyr Tydfil Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

Merthyr Tydfil Council as a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Lisa Beattie.

Merthyr Tydfil VI Education Service - (Merthyr Tydfil Education Department) Education

Merthyr Tydfil Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

Monmouthshire VI Education Service - (SenCom Vision and Multi-Sensory Impairment Service) Education

The service works with children and young people who have a speech, language, communication need or who have a hearing, vision, or multi-sensory impairment. The teams provide a wide range of advice and intervention strategies including teaching.

Monmouthshire VI Education Service - (SenCom Vision and Multi-Sensory Impairment Service) Education

The service works with children and young people who have a speech, language, communication need or who have a hearing, vision, or multi-sensory impairment. The teams provide a wide range of advice and intervention strategies including teaching.

Nat Talking Newspapers & Magazines subscription - (National Talking Magazines & Newspapers Association) Accessible media

Subscribers to the service get access to an extensive range of newspapers, TV listings magazines and other top-selling and specialist magazines to read on CD player, mobile phone or laptop. Some publications for children are also available.

Newport VI Education Service - (SenCom Vision and Multi-Sensory Impairment Service) Education

The service works with children and young people who have a speech, language, communication need or who have a hearing, vision, or multi-sensory impairment. The teams provide a wide range of advice and intervention strategies including teaching.

NPT Mobility specialist - (Neath Port Talbot Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

NPT Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Martha Rees.

NWSB Children's Fund - (North Wales Society of the Blind) Grants

The children's fund was established to help meet the needs of children who have impaired vision, by providing special needs grants and specialist equipment. Many families with young children who have vision impairments will have experienced lengthy delays and numerous application forms when applying for essential equipment like a CCTV</a> system or specialist computer software. We hope to be able to attract enough support to be able to help meet some of these needs.

NWSB Children's Mentor System - (North Wales Society of the Blind) Counselling and emotional support

We have several volunteer mentors who provide guidance and reassurance to their younger peers, their help and guidance is invaluable, they are positive role models who are themselves registered blind or partially sighted. The Mentors give children and young people the opportunity to ask awkward questions and are able to work with their younger peers to develop confidence and new skills.

Parent Portal - (VICTA (Visually Impaired Children Taking Action)) Information

Support hub for parents of children with sight loss.

Pembrokeshire VI Education Service - (Pembrokeshire Education Service) Education

Pembrokeshire Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

Powys VI Education Service - (Powys Education Department) Education

Powys Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

RCT Mobility specialist - (Rhondda Cynon Taf Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

RCT Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment.

RCT VI Education Service - (Rhondda Cynon Taf Education Department) Education

RCT Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

RNIB Newsagent - (RNIB) Accessible media

We deliver more than 200 popular and best-selling publications, in a format to suit you. There are popular high street titles, specialist publications, children's magazines and the major daily and weekend papers.

Sight Cymru Prevention Work - (Sight Cymru) Advice

Through our Lottery project, we deliver prevention work amongst children and communities at high risk of sight loss (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities have a higher prevalence of sight loss and often experience barriers in accessing eye care). We deliver talks at schools and community groups to raise awareness on people can maintain good eye sight and encourage them to engage with eye care.

Snap Cymru Helpline - (SNAP Cymru) Helpline

A helpline offering advice on issues related to education and special educational needs for children in Wales, including the statementing process.

Starting Point - (Guide Dogs) Information

An on-line resource written by five expert organisations to give parents the information, support and guidance they need at the time of their child's sight loss diagnosis. While it is not a substitute for information and advice from a medial professional, Starting Point is a gateway to invaluable information and support.

Support for parents of children with Rb - (Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT)) Support Group

The Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT) is there to help you through the difficult period of diagnosis and treatment of your child and beyond, offering support throughout their teenage years and into adulthood.

Swansea Mobility Specialist - (Swansea Council Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

Swansea Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Cherrie Neal.

Swansea VI Education Service - (Swansea Council Education Department) Education

Swansea Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

The Powell Family Foundation - Grants - (The Powell Family Foundation) Grants

Who do we fund? Individuals: Applications may be made by, or on behalf of, vision impaired individuals who are aged 25 and under, permanently resident in the UK, and in need of financial assistance. Organisations: Applications may be made by charitable organisations registered in the UK, whose work provides direct benefit for people in the UK, and which have, as part of their aims, a focus on services (new or existing) that support vision impaired children and young people.

Torfaen VI Education Service - (SenCom Vision and Multi-Sensory Impairment Service) Education

The service works with children and young people who have a speech, language, communication need or who have a hearing, vision, or multi-sensory impairment. The teams provide a wide range of advice and intervention strategies including teaching.

UCAN Arts Awards - (UCAN Productions) Sports, arts, leisure and holidays

Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications supporting anyone aged up to 25 to grow as artists and arts leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form - from drama to digital art, pottery to poetry. Through progressing through the five levels, children and young people get to: discover the enjoyment of creating and participating in arts activities; experience arts events; develop creative and communication skills that are essential for success in 21st century life; explore the work of artists and craftspeople and gain insights into the professional arts world; gain experience and knowledge to help progress into further education and employment.

Vale of Glamorgan Mobility specialist - (Vale of Glamorgan Education Department) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

Vale of Glamorgan Council has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to vi children in a school environment. The contact is Helen Davies

Vale of Glamorgan VI Education Service - (Vale of Glamorgan Education Department) Education

Vale of Glamorgan Council provides Additional Learning Needs support and has teachers who are qualified to teach visually impaired children.

VICTA events and activities - (VICTA (Visually Impaired Children Taking Action)) Sports, arts, leisure and holidays

VICTA organise a wide range of activities and week-ends for vi children and their families. Although most activities are in England so likely to be impractical for people from Wales, the longer breaks are worth considering.

Wrexham Mobility specialist - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Mobility / habilitation (Children & young people)

NEWSSS has a member of staff qualified to provide mobility training to VI children in a school environment. The contact is Rachel Ward below.

Wrexham VI Education Service - (North East Wales Sensory Support Service (NEWSS)) Education

The team works with children and young people from birth to age 19. Specialist skills tuition is provided for those children and young people with a significant sensory loss with support, advice and guidance being provided for families, schools and other agencies to provide a seamless approach to meeting the needs of identified individuals.

Library records mentioning child

A View to the Future: A Guide for Parents/Carers and Teachers Leaflet - [Library Type]

Describes the services offered to VI children by GVIS in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen.

All-Wales standards for accessible communication and information for people with sensory loss Guidance - [Library Type]

Under the Equality Act 2010 there is a legal duty to make reasonable adjustments to ensure equality of access to healthcare services for disabled people. Public bodies need to take positive action so that all access and communication needs are met. The document sets out the standards of service delivery that people with sensory loss should expect when they access healthcare. These standards apply to adults, young people and children.

Disabled Children's Service - Information Directory Leaflet - [Library Type]

A leaflet summarising the services available to disabled children and their parents/carers in Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council.

Growing Up & Moving On Report - [Library Type]

Anecdotal evidence suggests that some young visually impaired (VI) people may have a good level of education but lack independence and life skills needed to move onto the next phase of their lives. Reports from some individuals reflect that there is a lack of information about services and entitlements, lack of skills training and lack of support. This report presents a picture of how VI specialist services are addressing the mobility, independent living and social skills needs of children and young people. It maps habilitation, specialist social work and LEA support across Wales.

Holidays, play and leisure - information for families Guidance - [Library Type]

Information on all aspects of holidays, play and leisure for disabled children, including details of useful contacts.

Information about vision impairment - Guide for parents Guidance - [Library Type]

A series of information resources on vision impairment for parents and carers of children and young people with a vision impairment.

Making Independent Travellers - Mobility Service Leaflet - [Library Type]

Leaflet describing how the GVIS mobility service can help vi children in Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport and Torfaen.

Motor Competence in Children and Young People with Visual Impairment Research paper - [Library Type]

Importantly, this project has identified that the amount of physical activity a CYP-VI engages in (as measured by PAEE) has a positive significant relationship with emotional state – that is, the child’s emotional wellbeing. This finding points to multiple positive future outcomes for engaging and maintaining CYP-VI within sport and physical activity environments. Similarly, data highlight that CYP-VI spend a substantial amount of their free time engaged in sedentary activities, which has been demonstrated in numerous populations to have negative effects upon health-related outcomes, quality of life, and even life expectancy.

Personal Independence Payment - information for parents of disabled children in England & Wales Leaflet - [Library Type]

Guide for parents of disabled children in England and Wales on how to claim PIP as a young person.

Reading with Confidence: a report on the provision of electronic pocket magnifiers for children with sight problems in Wales Report - [Library Type]

Visually impaired children and young people across Wales have access to The Low Vision Scheme which provides low vision aids, free of charge. There are 170 accredited high street optometrists and dispensing opticians located across Wales who offer low vision aid assessments free of charge. Under the scheme currently, only low tech low vision aids (such as optical magnifiers) are available. There is a growing concern that children and young people are not using their optical magnifiers, mainly because of their distasteful designs and limited magnification capabilities.

Services for people with a sensory loss Leaflet - [Library Type]

Leaflet describing the services provided by the Rhondda Cynon Taff Sensory Services team to adults and children in the county.

Starting Point Guidance - [Library Type]

This leaflet has been written by a collaboration of organisations who support children and families. It will introduce you to the help and support you may want as the parents and carers of a child with a vision impairment.

State of the Nation – services for children and young people with sight loss in Wales Report - [Library Type]

The aim of this paper is to provide an update on the current state of services in Wales for children and young people with a vision impairment (CYPVI), to highlight areas of ongoing concern and to seek a way forward from the Welsh Government. A previous version of this paper was produced in March 2017.

Support for children and young people with vision impairment in educational settings Guidance - [Library Type]

This guide provides an overview of the extent to which interventions delivered in educational settings are effective in realising positive outcomes for children and young people with vision impairment. It was produced by the University of Birmingham.

The All Wales Standards for communication and information for people with sensory loss Guidance - [Library Type]

The purpose of these standards is to ensure that the communication and information needs of people with a sensory loss are met when accessing healthcare services in Wales. They set out the standards of service delivery that people with sensory loss should expect to be met when they access healthcare. These standards apply to adults, young people and children.

Together for Health: Eye Health Care Delivery Plan for Wales 2013-2018 Report - [Library Type]

The Eye Health Care Delivery Plan sets out a range of key actions to improve the eye health of all children and adults in Wales, with specific, targeted support for those most vulnerable to eye health issues and sight loss. The Plan focuses on opportunities for Health Boards and Local Government to work with the Third Sector and other partners to plan, co-ordinate and deliver services for people living within their local communities.

Visually Impaired Friendly Athletics Guidance - [Library Type]

This athletics resource helps coaches support people with a visual impairment in track, field and road-running activities. The extensive resource provides recommendations from making athletics sessions accessible to how to be a great guide runner. The resource also offers support to parents and guardians of children with sight loss.

Visually Impaired Friendly Football Guidance - [Library Type]

This football resource helps coaches support people with a visual impairment on and around the football pitch. The extensive resource provides recommendations from making football sessions accessible to how to progress through the FA's pathways. The resource also offers support to parents and guardians of children with sight loss.

Visually Impaired Friendly Judo Guidance - [Library Type]

This judo resource helps coaches support people with a visual impairment in the judo environment. The extensive resource provides many recommendations on how to make judo sessions accessible and help VI participants comfortable in the environment. The resource also offers support to parents and guardians of children with sight loss.