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We review six products, three high-tech and three low-tech, which were not designed for someone with sight loss but are fully accessible and could increase independence.
Students from our Specialist College in Harrogate recently celebrated completion of their Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award.
We review Eye-D, an app for iOS and Android that enables people with a visual impairment to be more independent.
Don't let worries about accessibility put you off getting into the countryside. There are all sorts of resources out there to help.
If you’re disabled or have a physical or mental health condition that makes it hard for you to do your job, Access to Work is there to support you.
We take a trip to Bolton Museum and it's new Egyptian Gallery. How accessible is it to visually impaired visitors?
Our Yorkshire services offer opportunities for autistic people to create a pathway to independence.
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