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RNIB’s Bookshare gains momentum

Bookshare, the Royal National Institute of Blind People's outstanding library of learning resources for those with a vision impairment now has a million titles,...

Is poverty blind?

John Harris assesses the chances of vision impaired children becoming socially mobile adults

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...

Accessible textbooks for the visually impaired

Following a long and vocal campaign, the Government is backing a pilot project to provide accessible text books to blind, partially sighted and dyslexic children. Yashoda Sutton of RNIB looks at the importance of this project and provides advice on what we can do now to support children who can’t read standard print

Book Reviews

Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...