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  • 14 Jan 2022 10:42 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    Click here to revisit the webinar, presented by Mark and David at Kirklees Visual Impairment Network for rehab and hab workers.

  • 10 Jan 2022 15:00 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    In autumn and winter of 2021 we sought the views of registered professionals about their attitudes towards teaching Braille and teaching accessibility features of phones and tablets.  Read the results here.

    Braille survey feedback of results.docx

    IT survey feedback report.docx

  • 29 Sep 2021 09:38 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    RWPN is part of the Community Rehab Alliance, campaigning for better resources, higher priority and higher profile for rehabilitation in health and social care.   Read the conference messages here:    CRA party conference messages - final (1).pdf

  • 19 Sep 2021 13:17 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    We are pleased to launch "Physical Activity and Vision Rehabilitation - A Guide for Vision Rehabilitation Workers Supporting Blind and Partially Sighted Adults Through Physical Activity".   This project has evolved out of some great partnership work with Visionary, Metro Blind Sports, British Blind Sports and RWPN.   Rehab FINAL PDF.PDF  (A rich text version is also available to members within our members' section).

  • 01 Jun 2021 18:03 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    Read RNIB CEO, Matt Stringer's letter to Michelle Dyson setting out the case for NICE best practice guidelines for vision rehabilitation and for better collection of data about rehab outcomes for clients.

    210517 CSA meeting - letter to Michelle Dyson letterhead.docx

  • 15 May 2021 16:39 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    At the beginning of May RWPN submitted its application to join the PSA's assured voluntary register programme.  As part of the process of strengthening our current professional register, we are now putting in place a Concerns and Complaints policy.  This will go live in the autumn of 2021.   

    It is vital, for the protection of the people we work with and for the credibility of the register that our registrants uphold professional standards and are accountable for their practice.

    RWPN's new Registration and Professional Standards Committee met for the first time in March this year (see About Us on our website).

  • 04 Feb 2021 14:48 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    The Professional Standards Authority is consulting on the future of the assured voluntary register scheme.  RWPN is applying to have our own register of Rehabilitation and Habilitation specialists assured.  The proposals look at widening the number of occupational groups who might seek to be registered but also holds open the door to future statutory registration for some occupations where it is deemed appropriate and the government agrees.

    Below is a link to our submission and also the link to the consultation.

    consultation-on-the-future-shape-of-accredited registers RWPN response.docx

  • 13 Jan 2021 17:10 | Simon Labbett (Administrator)

    RWPN has co-signed the attached letter to local authority chief executives in England re early vaccination for Rehab and Hab workers

    Letter to Chief Exec in England re vaccinations.pdf

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Press Release: Second Sight  - Argus II Bionic Eye

Second Sight Argus press release.docx

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