Children, Young People and Families – benefit from the support we provide, getting involved in activities adapted to meet each young person’s needs and having the opportunities to develop friendships with other visually impaired young people. Our activities are run throughout the year, but particularly in the school holidays to offer families the opportunities for quality family time together or for respite or to meet up and enjoy some time with others in similar situations. Previous activities have included cooking, craft, tennis, footgolf, visits to Legoland and London Zoo. Future events planned include Blind football sessions, taster sports days, going to a local pantomime, indoor climbing centre lesson, trampolining and swimming. Membership of Berkshire Vision is free in 2021.
To find out more information contact:
Children, Young People and Families Worker
5 Midleton House
Tel: 0118 987 2803
Berkshire Vision also support visually impaired adults across Berkshire.
We have launched the Berkshire Vision video which provides a short overview of some of the support we offer.
If you have any questions, do let us know. If you are supporting someone who is visually impaired and would like to refer them for support, please either call the office or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Who to contact
- 0118 987 2803 0118 987 2803
- Berkshire Vision
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Where to go
Midleton House, 5 Erleigh Road
- RG1 5LR
Directions to RG1 5LR
- £10 subs annually
- Referral required
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