A Shared Vision hosted 30 family members - children, parents, grandparents and siblings - for a fun sensory learning experience in Washington Park, Denver on September 28. Parents donned sleep shades and explored the world of their children with visual impairments. "This event was awesome. I really like how we had to describe things without being able to see them," commented one parent.
Children with visual impairments and their siblings also practiced orientation and mobility concepts in an impromptu pumpkin patch. "This was our first time coming to an A Shared Vision Family Fun Day and our family loved it!"
Special thanks to Allstate for their financial support that allows us to host these wonderful events. We can't wait for next year's Family Fun Days! Stay tuned.
WESTERN REGIONAL EARLY INTERVENTION CONFERENCE 2019
A Shared Vision co-hosted this year's Western Regional Early Intervention Conference - September 2019. WREIC supports professionals working with, and families of, children birth to five years old who are deaf/hard of hearing, blind/visually impaired, or deafblind. WREIC has been in place for over 30 years, making it one of the longest ongoing early intervention conferences in the country. More than 350 professionals and parents, representing more than 125 organizations across 21 states, attended this year's event. For more information about WREIC, click HERE.
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WE'RE TWO YEARS OLD!
Thank you to all our team members, family and friends who came out to support A Shared Vision on this incredible journey for Colorado's children who are blind or visually impaired.