“How to properly interact with visually impaired persons” for the Peace Corps volunteer, September 20

The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project conducted a training workshop for the Peace Corps volunteer of the Support Center on topic “How to properly interact with visually impaired persons” at the premises of the Support Center for Visually Impaired Persons, on September 20, 2018.

During the workshop, real life examples as well as advice were given on how to properly interact with the visually impaired when communicating or interacting with them. Also a part of the workshop…

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English classes at the Support Center, September 18th

This is Daim, 30, one of the most actively engaged beneficiaries at the Support Center. He is the most prosperous beneficiary at the Support Center, as he has never missed any of the activities. His favorite activity are the individual English language classes, which are held each week.

This course is provided by Red Cross volunteer, Selesta Elmazi. She is an excellent student and is especially happy to be able to teach and spend time with visually impaired persons, as a community work she ha…

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CwVIP establishes cooperation with Peace Corps, September 18

CwVIP initiated cooperation with Peace Corps earlier in the summer. After discussing the details and the needs of the beneficiaries of the Support Center for Visually Impaired, Peace Corps responded positively to the application of the Support Center to provide an expert who will be working with visually impaired on a few skills development programs.

Caitlin Rampy is Special Needs Peace Corps volunteer which serves in the Skopje area. Caitlin will actively support beneficiaries of the Support…

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Motivational workshop for the visually impaired persons, September 18

On September 18th, 2018 the USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments project conducted a motivational workshop for the visually impaired beneficiaries of the Support Center, and the visually impaired students of the Special School for Children with Visual Impairments “Dimitar Vlahov” – Skopje.

The workshop consisted a few modules, including: motivating the visually impaired, interaction during the workshop through team-work among the visually impaired.

The results were amazing, as t…

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Swimming session for the visually impaired persons, September 16

The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project organises various activities for the visually impaired beneficiaries of the Support Center, one of those activities are the swimming classes.

On Sunday, as usual, swimming classes were held at the swimming pool “Boris Trajkovski” – Skopje, where the visually impaired persons improved their swimming technique, and trained long distance swimming.

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“How to properly interact with visually impaired persons” for the Peace Corps volunteer, September 20

The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project conducted a training workshop for the Peace Corps volunteer of the Support Center on topic “How to properly interact with visually impaired persons” at the premises of the Support Center for Visually Impaired Persons, on September 20, 2018. During the workshop, real life examples as well … Read more

Motivational workshop for the visually impaired persons, September 18

On September 18th, 2018 the USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments project conducted a motivational workshop for the visually impaired beneficiaries of the Support Center, and the visually impaired students of the Special School for Children with Visual Impairments “Dimitar Vlahov” – Skopje. The workshop consisted a few modules, including: motivating the visually impaired, … Read more

Swimming session for the visually impaired persons, September 16

The USAID and LCIF Children with Visual Impairments Project organises various activities for the visually impaired beneficiaries of the Support Center, one of those activities are the swimming classes. On Sunday, as usual, swimming classes were held at the swimming pool “Boris Trajkovski” – Skopje, where the visually impaired persons improved their swimming technique, and … Read more