The 4th of January marks World Braille Day! As it’s the birthday of the inventor of the dotted code, Louis Braille, it’s a great opportunity to recognise his efforts and raise awareness about the challenges faced by people who are visually impaired and blind. What is Braille? Braille is code (not a language, although can
The Work and Pensions committee have launched a new enquiry into assistive technology as part of them tackling the disability employment gap (DEG).
We are excited to launch of our new buyer’s guide! We hope that this guide will help you make the correct decisions on what support and provisions to buy, whether for yourself, your child or for your school or workplace. With the latest equipment and updates, our new buyer’s guide will offer the best aid
Have you noticed that your child is clumsy? Maybe they have poor motor skills and have found crawling, hopping and skipping especially difficult? Or do they find holding a pen or pencil harder than it should be? These are signs that your child may have dyspraxia. The condition isn’t always easy to detect and often
French scientists may have found a breakthrough for people who have dyslexia, as they have claimed that dyslexia is a physiological condition and the cause could be hidden in light-receptor cells in the human eye. If this is correct, this could mean that dyslexia is treatable. Lack of Asymmetry in Eyes In a small study,