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Thanks to Children In Need we have been working with our partners Angel Eyes NI and Autism Initiatives Northern Ireland for over 6 years to bring creativity, fun & friendship to children & young people!
Thanks Pudsey :-)
📢 RETIREMENT ANNOUNCMENT📢

After an outstanding career spanning over a decade, Kelly Gallagher MBE announces her retirement from Alpine Skiing.

For more information please read the Press Release on our website by following the link below:

https://www.dsni.co.uk/latest/news/kelly-gallagher-mbe-announces-retirement-from-alpine-skiing

Happy Retirement Kelly!!

Sport Northern Ireland Female Sports Forum The National Lottery Mary Peters Trust Ards and North Down Borough Council Department For Communities GB Snowsport ParalympicsGB Blind Sports Network NI RNIB Northern Ireland Guide Dogs Northern Ireland Angel Eyes NI Northern Ireland Sports Forum Kelly Gallagher
Thank you so much to Karen Wilson of Angel Eyes NI for her help and guidance to our family over the last while. Her professionalism and expertise has been second to none and was greatly appreciated.
I got this certifficate from the good folks over at @TreesNotTees instead of a t shirt for my lands end to John O Groats virtual challenge. I have nearly earned my 300 mile postcard too.

If you are able, you can still donate to my page at:
Http://www.localgiving.org/fundraising/tories-lands-en-to-john-o-grotes-virtual-walk/
Thank you for any donations or shares 🙂
I’ve just got my 200 mile postcard for my virtual walking challenge by the folks at End to End. You can still sponsor me by going to
Http://www.localgiving.org/fundraising/tories-lands-en-to-john-o-grotes-virtual-walk/

Thank you to everyone who have shared and donated so far. I really do appreciate it 🙂
We have written this for our son who is severely visually impaired. We would like to offer others the opportunity to share it with their children. It's giant font and brallie. Perfect for adults or children who are sight impaired. If you are interested please message me. Unfortunately we can't offer it for free. Sorry.
Picture shows the front cover of our book. Scruffy (a cartoon person) is holding his cane. He is stood next to Santa.
Thank you to all those people who have donated to my fundraiser for Angel Eyes NI to date. £150 has been raised so far, and the local giving page will remain open for a few more days.
The weather forecast for the bank holiday weekend is not the best, so if you have 53 minutes to spare to watch a presentation on an aspect of local history largely forgotten, please feel free to watch the video, and if your circumstances permit, to make a donation to support a charity that helps visually impaired children and their families.
https://localgiving.org/Derrie-Danders-Videos
It is also available on my Derrie Danders YouTube channel if you would prefer to watch it on a different device.
https://www.facebook.com/david.douglas.9237/videos/vb.100001662840094/3124142127651185/?type=2&video_source=user_video_tab
🌈Exciting story time, tomorrow at 4pm GMT. We are getting the Windy Harbour Bus and setting off to the Seaside with Bus Driver Drew here to drive you!🚌
Sharing the GWYN-NESS of GWYN enthusiastic and engaging ideas and activities
You are warmly welcome to join us from across the world we come together for this heart warming hour🌈🌟🎂🙌
🌈Hello Everyone I send rays of sunshine, inspiration, creativity, support, kindness & love to you all
I HAVE AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCMENT
Is it your HAPPY BIRTHDAY this week?

During the Positive Eye Idea Machine Story Time
I will be putting on my BIG SPECIAL BIRTHDAY GLASSES
Lighting them up and then we are singing 🎂HAPPY BIRTHDAY🎂 to anyone who has a birthday

💜Let me know if you would like you or your child to be included💜

Join us for a heart warming story session Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 4.00pm GMT

Everyone from around the world is welcome

🌟We celebrate special super stars every time🌟

Picture is of Gwyn smiling at the camera wearing homemade oversized glasses that light up and are decorated with sparkly stars. There are cardboard cut out candles on top of the glasses ! They are bright and colourful and look FUN!
1k kids run
5k suitable for everyone
10k for those wanting more of a challenge
Bespoke medal for EVERYONE
60 foot inflatable assault course
15 foot inflatable slide

60mm bespoke medal for ALL participants.

A family day out for all - bring granny, bring the dog (on a lead, Stormont rules)!
100% OF PROCEEDS GO DIRECT TO Angel Eyes NI

Enter NOW: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/running-blind-for-angel-eyes-ni-tickets-63383659231
Disability is in no Way Inability; But it's a Different Story in Developing Countries!
Indeed a disappointment how a religious teaching was describing blindness in a metaphorical exactitude with madness to a large congregation in a digital audio file circulating in the public domain. You might be wondering why the disappointment. In his uninformed assumption, this teacher from Africa almost concluded the impossibility of the blind to achieve any reasonable feat. Well, he isn’t alone in such school of thought. In my journey through vision-loss, it’s a common remark among the sighted population in Africa that death is better than vision-loss. Even if that’s true in any sense, I guess that religious centers ought to be haven of solace for those facing extra hurdles in addition to the general challenges of life.
Just imagine the psychological damage which stumbling at such message could cause the blind. Adding to the high tendency of hopelessness and lack of positive disposition to attempt anything, the contemplation of su***de by the blind may be an understatement. Anyway, this piece is just an iceberg phenomenon of the quagmire that daily trail the livelihood of the blind in almost all nooks of many developing countries. Governments, employers, families and friends of the blind, religious sects, and the general public in such territories aren’t innocent in this ugly trend of destroying strong abilities hidden in every disability, instead of nurturing them. Now, isn’t it safe to conclude that blindness is what the society makes it? No surprises to see the blind litter many cities in destitution as beggars in reaction to the natural instinct of survival. Yes; without the least of plans for livelihood, oftentimes characterized by lack of assurance for the next meal. Well, as the world harps the principle of egalitarian society and inclusive policies, developing countries should know that it’s difficult to reach the north pole by travelling due south.
Read more on Amazon Kindle: Living with Vision Loss in the Developing Countries.
Hi, I have 3 spare tickets for Open Arts performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the MAC tonight (Friday 26th) - starts at 7.30 and lasts for just an hour. I don’t want any money for them, just hate the thought of empty seats? So if you’d like them please let me know!!

Angel Eyes NI is a local charity improving the lives of children with a visual impairment in Northern Ireland by supporting parents, families and professionals with education and family support, training, clubs and events.

Angel Eyes NI is a support group for parents with visually impaired children. We run events throughout Northern Ireland for the whole family. We also run education workshops for parents.

Operating as usual

ArEyes Programme - The Play Expert at Strand Presbyterian Church — Angel Eyes NI 21/11/2021

ArEyes Programme - The Play Expert at Strand Presbyterian Church — Angel Eyes NI

ArEyes The Play Expert: Wednesday 24th November, 10am - 12 noon
https://lght.ly/7fd2i33

ArEyes Programme - The Play Expert at Strand Presbyterian Church — Angel Eyes NI The ArEyes programme is a short 4-week programme for parents of children aged 0-5 years old. We recognise the impact your child’s diagnosis can have on the whole family. We are here to support you from the moment of diagnosis and right through childhood. A diagnosis raises lots of questions and

Timeline Photos 20/11/2021

TEEN HUB ONLINE: 25th November 2021, 6.30- 8.30pm
Teen Hub is for our young people aged 12-19. Come along and join Open Arts and Angel Eyes online for Music, circus skills and of course a bit of craic.
This is a great wee group that allows our young people to get together online to explore the Arts and socialise together. New members are welcome!
To receive the Zoom link please contact Emma Hitchen on
[email protected] or 07871 679005

TEEN HUB ONLINE: 25th November 2021, 6.30- 8.30pm
Teen Hub is for our young people aged 12-19. Come along and join Open Arts and Angel Eyes online for Music, circus skills and of course a bit of craic.
This is a great wee group that allows our young people to get together online to explore the Arts and socialise together. New members are welcome!
To receive the Zoom link please contact Emma Hitchen on
[email protected] or 07871 679005

Timeline Photos 19/11/2021

Last year we were featured with a short film for BBC Children in Need. We thought you might enjoy a little flash back at one of our families, our own amazing Kerrie and a rep from our Open Arts partners for Musical Tots, InTune and Teen Hub. https://lght.ly/622m9b2

Last year we were featured with a short film for BBC Children in Need. We thought you might enjoy a little flash back at one of our families, our own amazing Kerrie and a rep from our Open Arts partners for Musical Tots, InTune and Teen Hub. https://lght.ly/622m9b2

Timeline Photos 19/11/2021

A HUGE shout out for BBC Children in Need today as they go live around the UK to raise mega bucks to support lots of worthwhile charities in our communities, including US!

Angel Eyes NI really couldn't do it without their generous funding for our programmes like Musical Tots, InTune and Teen Hub, so THANK YOU to all the fundraisers and donors out there who make this possible. Have a great day!

A HUGE shout out for BBC Children in Need today as they go live around the UK to raise mega bucks to support lots of worthwhile charities in our communities, including US!

Angel Eyes NI really couldn't do it without their generous funding for our programmes like Musical Tots, InTune and Teen Hub, so THANK YOU to all the fundraisers and donors out there who make this possible. Have a great day!

Timeline Photos 18/11/2021

We are very proud to have developed innovative Virtual Reality software that simulates vision impairment for the user in a variety of scenes to demonstrate the impact of living with a visual impairment. Thanks to The National Lottery Community Fund Northern Ireland we are currently delivering training to parents of children with a vision impairment to let them experience the world through the eyes of their child.

We have demonstrated the software (viewed through Pico Interactive headset) to a wide variety of professionals including eye clinicians, social workers and Allied Health Professionals and the feedback we received promoted us to develop the software further to support those working with adults with vision impairment. We do this through a social enterprise Empatheyes.

The Virtual Reality training is a simple effective way of helping those who care for or deliver services for adults with sight loss to understand the disability in a meaningful way and make a positive impact on services, understanding and care.

Thank you to all that have supported this ground breaking initiative so far........to name a few
Jonathan Jackson Claire MacManus MBCS Seamus Carlin Prof Kathryn Saunders Michael Williams Dr Alec Kingsnorth Sentireal Paul Rooney Sara McCracken Claire Ferris Brenda McMullan
We are excited about what is coming next.......

Empathy is an important human ability. But without proper tools, it’s sometimes hard to truly understand another person’s feelings in a situation from their point of view. It’s precisely the challenge to the parents, teachers, and care workers of kids with vision impairment. Read our latest installment of the innovation story to find out how Angel Eyes NI leverages Tobii eye tracking and VR headset to address this challenge. #tech4good https://tobii.gg/2YZGQD3

#Tobii #EyeTracking #VirtualReality #AugmentedReality #InnovationEnabler #visionimpairment

The impact of the pandemic on children’s eyesight 18/11/2021

The impact of the pandemic on children’s eyesight

If you are concerned about your child's eyesight, this article highlights the importance of getting them checked out and keeping those routine eye tests as a priority in your diary.
https://lght.ly/d0he2c

The impact of the pandemic on children’s eyesight Max Halford, Clinical Lead at the Association of British Dispensing Opticians, discusses the impact of the pandemic on children’s eyesight across the UK

17/11/2021

It was lovely for our CEO, Sara to be in Dublin celebrating NCBI - Working for People with Sight Loss 90th Anniversary with Féach! Two wonderful organisations supporting children and young people with vision impairment.

It was great to catch up with Sara McCracken Angel Eyes NI - Féach's equivalent in the north and Chris White at the NCBI 90th anniversary & Vision awards. #angeleyes #ncbi what an impressive line up of winners

Musical Tots Newry — Angel Eyes NI 17/11/2021

Musical Tots Newry — Angel Eyes NI

*Reminder* for this Friday.
https://lght.ly/2e07fl

Musical Tots Newry — Angel Eyes NI Musical Tots with Open Arts Join us for our face to face Musical Tots! Come and enjoy a sing song with your little one and have a chat with other parents in our lovely group! To book in please email Kerrie Cartmill on [email protected] or text/phone 07871635236

'I literally couldn't sit down': The visually impaired rider who took on the British coastline record 16/11/2021

'I literally couldn't sit down': The visually impaired rider who took on the British coastline record

Undiagnosed with a genetic condition, retinitis pigmentosa (RP) until well into adulthood, visually impaired Gavin Towers still decided to take on an epic solo challenge and reach for a world record! Read more about it...
https://lght.ly/22mhf3

'I literally couldn't sit down': The visually impaired rider who took on the British coastline record Hungry for a journey of self discovery, Gavin Towers cycled the entire perimeter of mainland Britain

Saturday Club Parents Online Session — Angel Eyes NI 15/11/2021

Saturday Club Parents Online Session — Angel Eyes NI

Reminder for parents tomorrow evening!
https://lght.ly/7a1pkjp

Saturday Club Parents Online Session — Angel Eyes NI Join us to find out more about Family Fund and how this grant could help your child on an annual basis. We also hear from Centre of Independence Living on how to encourage your child to increase their independence and reach their potential. For more details contact Emma Hitchen [email protected]

Timeline Photos 15/11/2021

Some upcoming events from ChildVision which might be of interest! Check them out!
Not least the Accessible Toy Workshop TOMORROW afternoon with Sight and Sound Technology!!

Some upcoming events from ChildVision which might be of interest! Check them out!
Not least the Accessible Toy Workshop TOMORROW afternoon with Sight and Sound Technology!!

Upcoming Events — Angel Eyes NI 15/11/2021

Upcoming Events — Angel Eyes NI

What is happening this week?

For kids-
•Musical Tots live in Newry on Friday. Join us at 10.15 for music, movement and story time. Text Kerrie to book 07871635236
•InTune live in Spectrum Centre 2pm-3.30pm on Saturday, for over kids over the age of 5 for music, drama and dancing.
Text Kerrie to book 07871635236

For parents and carers-
•Tuesday at 7pm on Zoom we have an information session with Centre of Independence Living and Family Fund. Come along to here about respite, direct payments and how to access Family Fund and Emergency Essentials Grants. Text Emma to book 07871679005
•Wednesday at 7pm on Zoom we have ArEyes Early Years Project Guest Speaker Janet Harwood taking a Q & A session on CVI and how to support in the Early Years. Text Emma to book 07871679005

https://www.angeleyesni.org/upcoming-events

Upcoming Events — Angel Eyes NI Nov 16 7:00 pm19:00 Saturday Club Parents Online Session Tuesday, 16 November 2021 7:00 pm 8:00 pm 19:00 20:00 Angel Eyes NI (map) Google Calendar ICS Join us to find out more about Family Fund and how this grant could help your child on an annual basis. We also hear from Centre of Independence Livi...

ArEyes Programme - The CVI Expert on Zoom — Angel Eyes NI 14/11/2021

ArEyes Programme - The CVI Expert on Zoom — Angel Eyes NI

ArEyes The CVI Expert: Wednesday 17th November, 7pm
https://lght.ly/385b1d

ArEyes Programme - The CVI Expert on Zoom — Angel Eyes NI The ArEyes programme is a short 4-week programme for parents of children aged 0-5 years old. We recognise the impact your child’s diagnosis can have on the whole family. We are here to support you from the moment of diagnosis and right through childhood. A diagnosis raises lots of questions and

Photos from Angel Eyes NI's post 13/11/2021

Spending locally is always a good idea, but if you are shopping online for Christmas this year, don't forget we are registered with Amazon Smile and EasyFundraising. Log in to either from the links below, choose us as your charity and then shop normally. You'll be supporting us at no extra cost to yourself!

Easy Fundraising https://lght.ly/8jmcn3m
Amazon Smile https://lght.ly/6edlkca

Current Vacancies with Angel Eyes NI — Angel Eyes NI 12/11/2021

Current Vacancies with Angel Eyes NI — Angel Eyes NI

Still time to apply to JOIN THE TEAM!
*Teaching qualification required*
*Passionate about supporting children with disabilities in education*
You can now view the job specification and download the application form directly from our website. Thomas Pocklington Trust
https://lght.ly/6075ool

Current Vacancies with Angel Eyes NI — Angel Eyes NI A list of current vacancies at Angel Eyes NI

Timeline Photos 12/11/2021

Musical Tots Newry: Friday 19 November, 11am - 12noon
With Open Arts, funded by BBC Children in Need
Join us for our face to face Musical Tots!
Come and enjoy a sing song with your little one and have a chat with other parents in our lovely group!
To book in please email Kerrie Cartmill on [email protected] or text/phone 07871635236

Musical Tots Newry: Friday 19 November, 11am - 12noon
With Open Arts, funded by BBC Children in Need
Join us for our face to face Musical Tots!
Come and enjoy a sing song with your little one and have a chat with other parents in our lovely group!
To book in please email Kerrie Cartmill on [email protected] or text/phone 07871635236

Accessible Toys Workshop 11/11/2021

Accessible Toys Workshop

It's beginning to feel a lot like...... 🎄🎄🎄🎅🤶🎄🎄🎄

Accessible Toys Workshop An accessible toy workshop hosted by ChildVision in collaboration with Sight and Sound Technology. Tuesday November 16th (2:30pm -3:30pm)

TikTok's Lucy Edwards talks beauty favourites, filming days and losing her sight aged 17 10/11/2021

TikTok's Lucy Edwards talks beauty favourites, filming days and losing her sight aged 17

Angel Eyes LOVES seeing young people with visual impairments speaking out for themselves to bring change to societal perceptions. Lucy Edwards, now a TikTok star, does just that.
https://lght.ly/64kom12
Lucy Edwards

TikTok's Lucy Edwards talks beauty favourites, filming days and losing her sight aged 17 TikTok star Lucy Edwards chats skincare routines, why she started her channel and her top advice for budding content creators. Read the exclusive interview on heat.

Timeline Photos 09/11/2021

Saturday Club Parents Online Session, Tuesday 16th November, 7-8pm
Join us to find out more about Family Fund and how this grant could help your child on an annual basis.
We also hear from Centre of Independence Living on how to encourage your child to increase their independence and reach their potential.
For more details contact Emma Hitchen, [email protected], 07871 679005
Funded by The Hospital Saturday Fund

Saturday Club Parents Online Session, Tuesday 16th November, 7-8pm
Join us to find out more about Family Fund and how this grant could help your child on an annual basis.
We also hear from Centre of Independence Living on how to encourage your child to increase their independence and reach their potential.
For more details contact Emma Hitchen, [email protected], 07871 679005
Funded by The Hospital Saturday Fund

Do you want to have a voice on what matters to young people in Northern Ireland? 08/11/2021

Do you want to have a voice on what matters to young people in Northern Ireland?

The The National Lottery Community Fund Northern Ireland wants to recruit a team of six to eight young people aged from 16 to 25 from across Northern Ireland to shape how National Lottery money will be used to support children, young people and communities in the future.

Here is the Recruitment info:
• The deadline is 11.59pm on 15 November.
• The blog can be viewed here
https://lght.ly/bpf66db
• We want to recruit a team of six to eight young people aged from 16 to 25 from across Northern Ireland to shape how National Lottery money will be used to support children, young people and communities in the future.
• We are looking for young people who can be influencers, advocates, researchers and decision makers and bring their experience and their voice into our grant making as part of our new YPIL team. We need young people who can work together as a team, who have good communication skills, who can represent others, who are involved in their community, or want to be involved in their community, and help them thrive.
• The role will involve a commitment of around eight hours per month, including attendance of YPIL group meetings, training and decision meetings. Their time will be remunerated, and all travel and expenses will be paid for. An in-depth induction and regular training will be provided.

How to apply: In a maximum of 400 words, or in a short video, please provide answers to the following questions and send to: [email protected]
• What issue in society are you most passionate about and why?
• What skills, experience and knowledge do you have that you think are most relevant to being a Young Person in the Lead?
• Tell us about a community project you would like to create [or are already part of] that will have a positive change in your community/wider society?
• We would hope to inform the young people of our shortlisting decision within two weeks and invite shortlisted candidates for a chat in December 2021 with the aim of successful applicants starting in January 2022.
• If you have any questions about applying please ring Ashleigh on 07812 490852 or email [email protected].

Do you want to have a voice on what matters to young people in Northern Ireland? If the answer is yes, then our Young People in the Lead team in Northern Ireland, might be perfect for you We want to recruit a team of six to eight young people aged from 16 to 25 from across Nort…

ArEyes Programme - The Education Expert on Zoom — Angel Eyes NI 08/11/2021

ArEyes Programme - The Education Expert on Zoom — Angel Eyes NI

ArEyes The Education Expert Session: Wednesday 10th November, 7pm
https://lght.ly/an0bga1

ArEyes Programme - The Education Expert on Zoom — Angel Eyes NI The ArEyes programme is a short 4-week programme for parents of children aged 0-5 years old. We recognise the impact your child’s diagnosis can have on the whole family. We are here to support you from the moment of diagnosis and right through childhood. A diagnosis raises lots of questions and

Matt Baker cycles with blind youngster for Day 2 of The Great Rickshaw Challenge 07/11/2021

Matt Baker cycles with blind youngster for Day 2 of The Great Rickshaw Challenge

Did you see Matt Baker on his rickshaw this week? He is out raising money and awareness for BBC Children in Need once more.
On Day 2 he was joined by Rainbow, an inspirational blind youngster.
We love his motto ... "I don't have a disability, I just have a different ability."
Read more about it... https://lght.ly/pgb8mc7
Angel Eyes NI are so grateful to BBC Children in Need for their support of our work.

Matt Baker cycles with blind youngster for Day 2 of The Great Rickshaw Challenge Cycling from Salford to Liverpool, Matt and Rainbow joined the BBC Morning Live team

Timeline Photos 06/11/2021

Come and join us for our first ever Saturday Club in Ballymena!
We’re very excited to be hosting a session with Disability Sport NI to give you and your child a chance to try different accessible sports in our multisport session – you may find your new passion!
Contact Emma Hitchen for more details on:
[email protected] or 07871 679005
The Hospital Saturday Fund Disability Sport NI

Come and join us for our first ever Saturday Club in Ballymena!
We’re very excited to be hosting a session with Disability Sport NI to give you and your child a chance to try different accessible sports in our multisport session – you may find your new passion!
Contact Emma Hitchen for more details on:
[email protected]leyesni.org or 07871 679005
The Hospital Saturday Fund Disability Sport NI

Current Vacancies with Angel Eyes NI — Angel Eyes NI 06/11/2021

Current Vacancies with Angel Eyes NI — Angel Eyes NI

*Still time to apply or forward to a friend*
Help change young lives with this amazing role as Education Network Coordinator.
https://lght.ly/7golijj
Supported by Thomas Pocklington Trust

Current Vacancies with Angel Eyes NI — Angel Eyes NI A list of current vacancies at Angel Eyes NI

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Disability Research Network at Queen's University Belfast Disability Research Network at Queen's University Belfast
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