Mindfulness for children with a visual impairment (blog)
Mindfulness is fast becoming common practice in mainstream education. It can foster wellbeing, improve self-confidence and self-esteem, and provide coping mechanisms, which contribute to positive mental health and wellbeing.
Mindfulness is even more relevant for children with a visual impairment or additional support needs, and is proved to have a hugely beneficial and often life-changing impact.
This blog has been written by the Manager of our Children and Young People’s Service, Fiona Berry, in consultation with Aine Murphy, Drama Teacher at The Royal Blind School in Edinburgh.