Events

19 - 25 Jun 2017

Learning Disability Week

Learning Disability Week 2017 will take place from 19 to 25 June. This year we are celebrating friendships and relationships.

22 Jun 2017

Kings Fund: Reforming adult social care – is it just about the money?

This one-day event is for those responsible for adult social care, including commissioners and providers of services.

26 - 30 Jun 2017

16th International Mobility Conference

This conference represents excellent opportunity to present original research and case studies based on the conference these of 'Transitions: Moving On, Moving Out'.

26 - 30 Jun 2017

16th International Mobility Conference 'Transitions, moving on, moving out'

An international faculty of practitioners, researchers and educators will ensure that this will be an outstanding conference that will meet the needs of all delegates.

3 - 7 Jul 2017

ICEH course on International Eye Health

The International Centre for Eye Health (ICEH) is organising a short course on International Eye Health

6 - 7 Jul 2017

Assessment and Management of Infants and Young Children with Severe Visual Impairment: Identifying risk and vulnerability and promoting optimal outcomes.

  Date: July 6-7, 2017, Location: London Course aims To increase understanding of the impact of severe visual impairment on early child development, and the consequent need for early intervention...

18 Jul 2017

Impact of visual impairment on health, wealth & jobs – taking a person-centred approach to wellbeing

  West Midlands Local Eye Health Network in partnership with VISION 2020 UK, Health Education England in the West Midlands, and Sight Village are pleased to invite you to:  ...

18 - 19 Jul 2017

Sight Village Birmingham

This is our major Sight Village show in Birmingham which is held in July each year.

18 - 24 Sep 2017

National Eye Health Week 2017

Eye Health UK announce that National Eye Health Week (NEHW) 2017 will take place 18 – 24 September.

23 - 28 Sep 2017

Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students (SCIVIS)

Since its inception in 1990 over 3800 blind and visually impaired students from mostly every state and over 20 foreign countries have spent their “week in space”.

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