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Family Engagement Worker (North East England)

Our Family Engagement workers support families and their Vision Impaired children. We provide our families and their children with practical guidance and emotional support with unique 1-2-1 interventions in locations that are best suited to the child or the family member.
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Transition and Employability Coordinator

This brand new role is an exciting opportunity to play a major part in the development of RSBC Dorton College. Transition in, during and out of the college and tracking of the learner journey against EHCP’s and Outcomes, for our students will be a crucial role in ensuring we maintain our high standards and effectiveness.

Mobile app provides audio description at cinema for blind film fans

A smart phone app has been developed in Sweden that synchronises pre-downloaded audio description tracks with films being shown in the cinema.

Can a blind person be a fashion designer?

At RSBC, we know that blind young people have the potential to achieve their dreams and challenge negative perceptions of what they are capable of

TfL Launch Turn-up and Go disability assistance on London Overground

TFL’s London Overground, is the latest network to become “turn-up and go” for disabled customers.

10 things to know if you're blind and living in London

There are lots of cool things that make London a great city for blind Londoners. Here are my top 10 things that are useful to know if you are blind or partially sighted and either come to visit, or live here in London.

Five tips for getting started with assistive technology

Check out our five essential tips to get you started using assistive technology. For vision impaired young people having accessible technology that’s both easy to use and gives you the information you need can be empowering. But where to begin?

Technology: changing the lives of blind young people

We are excited about the ways which technology can level the playing field for blind people; smartphones and mainstream technology having huge potential to meet the accessibility needs of users at work, at home and on the move.

Tingle app: dating personalities not selfies

A new dating app concept that focuses on personalities, not selfies, was one of the outcomes of RSBC's hackathon to tackle common challenges faced by blind young people. The winners were Team Tingle, who came up with an inclusive dating app that allows users to find their love match by sending out six-second voice clips to each other.

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