Positive Looking Best Practice Day

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This exciting and dynamic day is aimed at teachers of VI, special school teachers, early years professionals who have implemented the award winning Positive Looking programme into their practice. It is also aimed at educators who would like to find out why they have done this and the positive outcomes they are achieving through it's use.

This is an opportunity to be part of the creation of community based Positive Looking resources that are available to all who use the programme. It's an opportunity to share best practice, learn from one another, listen to leaders in the field of vision impairment and to be productive as we join together to create resources for children that we can all use.

If that sounds good to you, then head over to the Positive Eye website to book your place. (You can pay by Paypal, credit card or on receipt of an invoice for your organisation to pay. )

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Positive Looking Best Practice Day
On: Wednesday 20th October 2021 Time: 9.15am – 3.30pm
Venue: Masonic Hall, Pemberton, Wigan,
Join us for this exciting, engaging, face-to-face event bringing together professionals to share their positive outcomes from Positive Looking!

Making it Easier to understand Cerebral Visual Impairment - Professor Rachel Pilling - UK (Consultant Ophthalmologist -Bradford NHS-UK)
Dreaming ‘Vision’ – How to build communities for universal design - Dr Donna Carpenter, Kentucky Statewide Coordinator Deafblind Program - USA
A school perspective of Positive Looking – Looking to the future - Tracey Vincent, Assist Head, Oakdale Special School UK

Positive Looking Community Resource Creation. Network, share resources and experiences
Positive Looking in Literacy – story writing, resource making, story videos

Hot Lunch: Hotpot / Curry (Dietary requirements met) and Cake!
You will take away

New resource ideas, strategies, knowledge, connections with other professionals, story resources
Open to professionals working with children who have a vision loss/ impairment or who are deafblind


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