RNIB, 105 Judd Street, Kings Cross, London, WC1H 9NE
RNIB Connect London VI Men’s Group
When: Saturday 4 April
Where: RNIB, 105 Judd Street, Kings Cross, London, WC1H 9NE
Start time: 11.00 am End time: 1.00 pm
The VI Men’s Group is led and organised by blind and partially sighted men from London and beyond.
This group is facilitated by Steven Reed who assists in delivering RNIB Living with Sight Loss courses and runs Eye Matter a group based in Edgware for people living with sight loss. Roy Smith also gives a very informative talk on taking part in physical activity.
Guest speakers this month include Vinnie who runs Blind Dads Connect.
Come along and find out about activities you may like to get involved with or just come along and have a chat. This is a safe space for you to talk freely with others.
To book a space, email email@example.com or call RNIB Connect London on 0207 391 2152.
Another great podcast from RNIB Connect Radio, this time on Partially Sighted Rugby
Rugby is a fast-paced, physical and demanding game but you might think that it’s not suitable for anyone who is visually impaired.
RNIB Connect Radio’s Allan Russell spoke to Archie Yabsley who, despite being partially sighted, plays regularly for Milton Keynes and is keen to let everyone know that rugby can be a fun, and accessible, sport…
Sarah Bell is a research fellow at the university of Exeter and she’s recently looked at how people with sight loss benefit from interacting with nature, and the challenges they experience in being able to do that.
Sarah is speaking to Connect Radio’s Red Szell.
Sensing Nature – benefit from interacting with nature
A study exploring the diverse sensory experiences people have with nature.
Over a two-year period this project is exploring how people feel in natural environments and asking why they experience nature in different ways. It is examining how these interactions might also affect people’s sense of wellbeing over time.
Sensing Nature Website: https://sensing-nature.com/
Thursday, 27 September 2018 – original article on rnib.org.uk
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