A day in the life of...
Avril Chapman, KAB’s Training Manager
Avril began her teaching career in 1999 as a volunteer basic skills teacher and went on to train as an adult education tutor. Four years ago she joined Kent Association for the Blind to co-ordinate and develop the specialist modules of the Foundation Degree in Health & Social Care (Visual Impairment Rehabilitation) which KAB runs in association with Canterbury Christ Church University.
Breaking the circle
Chris: a KAB Resource Assistant
By Candy Lawrence
Chris and I first met some forty five years ago. I was a small blond girl skipping in a playground at my new school; he was a strong boy, one year older then me, playing chase with his friends and running at break neck speed after his mates.
I've got the best job in the world!
Carol: a KAB Rehabilitation Worker
Carol, a KAB Rehabilitation Worker and Mobility Officer, explains how she came to work for KAB and what makes a good Rehabilitation Worker