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Visually impaired kids suffer at school

Visual impairment can have a major impact on a child’s happiness, success at school and future opportunities, says a new report. Sight Impaired at Aged...

Intervenors needed for deafblind kids

Deafblind children should get one-to-one support from specialists called intervenors, says the charity Sense. Intervenors are highly trained professionals who work with deafblind children...

Help for teachers on dyslexia and VI

A new service aims to help teachers, SENCOs and teaching assistants support those who struggle to read standard print. Developed by the charities Dyslexia Action...

Seeing the whole child

Good communication is central to achieving successful educational outcomes for children with visual impairment, says Glenys Critchley

Government “abandoning” blind children

The Government has been accused of abandoning young blind and partially sighted children while bankers continue to receive huge bonuses. Dr Tom Pey, the head...

Are blind children born to be musical?

Children who are not sighted because they were born prematurely are roughly 4,000 times more likely to develop exceptional musical abilities, such as perfect...

Blind World Cup comes to England

The Football Association (FA) will host the 2010 IBSA World Blind Football Championships at The Royal National College (RNC) for the Blind in Hereford....

National deafblind awards

At a ceremony in London in October, the national deafblind charity, SENSE, presented its Sense Awards, recognising people for campaigning, volunteering and working for...

Book Reviews

Parenting Children With ADHD

10 Lessons That Medicine Cannot Teach Dr Monastra, is a clinical psychologist who is internationally recognised for his research on the neurophysiological characteristics of children...

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