Seeing Things Differently Youth Support Group You have a visual impairment so, in many ways, your day-to -day experience differs from that of a sighted person. On top of the typical stresses of being a teenager, you have the added challenge of learning to do things differently in an often inaccessible world. In your daily… Read more Youth: come check out the Seeing Things Differently Youth Support Group
When: Saturday June 24, 2017 from 12:00 to 3:00 pm. Where: 7915 Elwell Street, Burnaby. Thanks very much to Marilyn & Ken Rushton for offering their home for this event. The event will begin with the Family BBQ/Potluck. Blind Beginnings will provide hamburgers and hot dogs but we ask all families to please bring a dish to share.… Read more Come join us for the Blind Beginnings Annual Family BBQ/Potluck and AGM!
Junior Explorers: Come learn to play blind tennis on May 27th Blind tennis has been popular in Japan since 1985 and is now making its way to Canada. Kiyo Breiting has 5 years’ experience teaching blind tennis to elementary school children and has volunteered to teach our Junior Explorers. When: Saturday, May 27, 2017 from… Read more Junior Explorers: Come learn blind tennis May 27
Blind Beginnings invites youth who are blind or partially sighted 15 – 19 years to participate in our “What Happens After Grad” Workshop Where: at the Blind Beginnings office: 227 Sixth Street in New Westminster When: Saturday, June 10th and Saturday, June 17th Time: 9:30am – 3:30pm Topics will include: Career Exploration – Limitless employment… Read more What happens after grad | June 10 & 17