PVI provides support and advocacy for parents and whānau of a blind, low vision, deafblind, or vision impaired child.
Parents of Vision Impaired NZ (PVI) is a registered charitable organisation made up of parents committed to providing support to other parents of children who are blind, deafblind, low-vision or vision impaired – and who often have additional complications and disabilities. There is no cost to join PVI and you will be joining a supportive community of parents who are overcoming challenges every day. We offer parents advice, information, and opportunities to meet other parents. PVI publishes a quarterly newsletter (eVision) and has a members-only Facebook page for families and whānau to share information and to network. We also have an annual conference and AGM which allows people to get together for a longer time, talk, listen and learn in a social setting.
PVI provides support and advocacy for parents and whānau of a blind, deafblind, low vision, or vision impaired child.