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Summer camp to be hosted for the visually impaired

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The National Institute of Culture and History (NICH), through the Institute for Social and Cultural Research (ISCR) and the Golden House for Democracy and Patriotism, will be partnering with the Belize City Council to host a two day summer camp for the Visually Impaired (BCVI). The camp is scheduled to start tomorrow at the Goldson House in Belmopan. With the theme, “Using our Senses to Tell Stories”, a variety of presentations on Listening, Story Creation and Story Telling, Exploring the Senses of Touch and Taste, Using our Senses to Better Describe Things, and a BCVI Presentation on How to Read Braille, will be shared. Many children who are a part of BCVI, and surrounding areas, along with employees from BCVI will be in attendance. Any interested parent or child is encouraged to attend the camp in order to learn more about challenges and perspectives the blind in our Belizean society experience. The camp will be free of cost.







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