Our team support our learners with a visual impairment (VI) in a variety of ways including sensory activities and development of play skills, sensory stories, mobility skills, use of technology, and living skills. This is delivered through individual and group sessions, and supporting class teams.
Visually Impaired learners supported by the VI team have a VI passport. The VI passport contains essential information about the learner’s visual impairment, and information on how to support them in all activities.
The VI team is made up of teacher Julie and specialist VI nursery nurse Lesley.
VI Scotland supports children with visual impairment and their parents.
Royal National Institute of Blind People is the leading charity offering information, support and advice to almost two million people with sight loss.
Sense Scotland has been working with blind, deaf and disabled people since 1985, providing support and a wide range of projects and activities.