How can I take part?

Getting involved is a doddle, just follow these simple steps: 

  1. Register your interest
  2. Get access to our free downloadable resources
  3. Learn more about the impact of sight loss
  4. Choose a dotty event to hold
  5. Use our downloadable resources to promote and run your event
  6. Have a fabulous time!
  7. Collect your fundraising and send it in
  8. Help smash the barriers that stop people with sight loss thriving
     

 

Nystagmus won’t stop Lily-Grace going to mainstream school, but lack of support could stop her progressing. In this short video, Lily-Grace and her mum explain how important braille is to their lives and how vital reading is to them. You can help children like Lily-Grace achieve their full potential.

 
 
 

Free resources

Sign up today to get access to our free resources, perfect if you’re part of a school, a children’s club or society, or if you’re planning to hold your dotty event at your workplace. We’ll also equip you with all the relevant information and stats you need to speak about sight loss.
 


Dots for schools

Get your class learning about sensory differences and the impact of sight loss. Our free curriculum relevant lesson plans (EYFS/Foundations Stage and KS1-4/P1-7/S1-4), films, quizzes, braille alphabet sheets and activities will help your pupils gain an empathy and understanding of visual impairment.

Dots for children’s clubs and societies

Run engaging and practical sessions about sight loss and the senses. Our ideas and materials for sensory games, braille-based activities will help educate whilst ensuring fun is had by all!

Dots for the workplace

Looking for fun ways to bring your colleagues together, or maybe some team bonding? Look no further and get your office involved with one of our dotty ideas – whether it’s a dress up day, bake sale or games tournament – there is something for everyone!