NBCS and Guide Dogs are inviting families to join our first Movement Matters training and information day at Queen Alexandra College, Birmingham on Saturday 6 October.
Movement Matters is a joint initiative set up by the National Blind Children's Society and Guide Dogs to help children and young people achieve independence and mobility within their family environment and in the wider world.
Now in our second year of the pilot project, our aim is to offer support and advice about mobility, orientation and independence to
families and their children.
We will be offering interactive family training and information sessions which include printed advice and information sheets as well as follow-up support for attendees from a mobility instructor for children and young people.
Our first free training day takes place on Saturday 6 October at Queen Alexandra College, Court Oak Road, Harborne, Birmingham B17 9TG. The next will be on Saturday 24 November, also at Queen Alexandra College, with further venues and dates to be announced.
For more information and to book a place please contact Stephanie Village on 0121 423 4892 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.