Thanks to all those who collected the Wish tokens for Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind. They will receive £382.38 as a share from the Coventry Telegraph campaign.
The Cook and Eat Well sessions for visually impaired people have been taking place in the teaching kitchen on Wednesday mornings and have proved very popular – with a chance to eat or take away the results!
New courses to start soon include Care and Share, which offers the opportunity to talk about any issues or problems causing concern. Craft classes will begin, including card making, sewing and art, with an option to incorporate any new ideas. There are a few vacancies in the IT classes where visually impaired people can learn to touch type, send emails, order shopping online or trace family history. So go along to enjoy the company and improve your skills.
If you feel a talking watch, talking clock or any other daily living aids would help you, call in to the Coventry Resource Centre for the Blind at 33 Earlsdon Avenue South or phone 024 7671 7522.