Description

Royal Society for Blind Children are here to support you and your family if you have a blind or partially sighted child aged 0 to 25.

We believe that children and young people need a strong family to be able to grow and flourish and sometimes when you receive a diagnosis that your child has sight loss, you, your child, and your family might need some extra support.

From the moment you receive a diagnosis that your child has sight loss, if there is a change in vision, if your child or family are going through some changes that are difficult to manage or any other time when life just seems a bit tough, get in touch and let one of our Family Practitioners be there to support you.

We can support the whole family and have a range of activities that you and your child can join to connect with others both in person and online like Family Fun Days, Audio book Club, Cooking sessions, Support with Assistive Technology, Sisterhood Group, Creative sessions, Sensory Stories and much more.

Type of provision

Specialist - This is for a small group of people with significant special educational needs and disabilities and their families

Opening times

Wednesday 9am to 5pm

Monday 9am to 5pm
Tuesday 9am to 5pm
Wednesday 9am to 5pm
Thursday 9am to 5pm
Friday 9am to 5pm
Saturday - Many of our activities also run on Saturday
Sunday - Many of our activities also run on Sunday

Contact details

Email connections@rsbc.org.uk
Telephone 02031 980225
Website https://www.rsbc.org.uk/
SEN information report

Centre information

Accessibility and adjustments

Wheelchair access No
Information about wheelchair access
Additional SEN information

Location

Address 10 Lower Thames Street, London EC3R6EN

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