Accessible Information

Throughout our lives we are given a substantial amount of information in writing, but for visually impaired people this is often unsuitable.  Those who can read printed text struggle because the text is often too small or poorly laid out, and those who are unable to read printed text need it in a different format altogether.

To enable visually impaired people to pllay an equal part in society alongside their sighted friends, family and colleagues, we can transcribe documents into Braille or large print.  They can be sent as a typed or hand-written document and they will be transcribed into the appropriate format using computer-based technology.

All documents are stapled or bound with plastic combs (depending on thickness), and will either be sent free using the Articles for the Blind postal service or by special delivery if requested.

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