It is now almost a year since Tessa graduated from Henshaws College. We caught up with her mum, Kate, to find out how she's doing.
Children, young people & families resources
Explore our resources for children, young people and families from our specialist team - whether it's learning communication skills with children from a young age, or support with the transition from school into adulthood.
Supporting your child to maintain skills for independent living eBook
Kate Simpson, mum to Tess, shares her top tops for supporting your child to carry forward skills they have learnt at college or school into their future.
Shopping and cooking skills to help young people live more independently eBook
Alice, who completed our ‘I Can Do It’ course shares the top tips that she took away from the course which help her to live more independently.
Children with a visual impairment just need a little extra support to develop their communication. Follow our guide.
Board games are great, but finding accessible board games can be difficult. We took a look at the market to find accessible options for VI people.
Do you struggle to find things to do to keep your little ones entertained during school holidays? Or are you unsure of what activities might be suitable for a child with sight loss? We share a quick round up of some fantastic resources we’ve found online to help keep the kids entertained.
We’ve round even more fun activities to keep your little ones busy during the holidays which are ideal for your child with a visual impairment!
Read Kate and Tessa's blog series
Parenting with Sight Loss - reading stories and dealing with nappies
Debbie talks to Bryony about some of the challenges she’s faced over the past two years of being a blind mum, including reading stories and changing nappies.
Parenting with Sight Loss - getting out and about
Debbie talks to Bryony about some of the challenges she’s faced in getting out and about once Freddy was born, as well as giving us her top tips.