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We've called for the specific needs of young people with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) to be taken into account, when planning assessments and grading this summer.
A lack of tactile paving at railway stations is exposing blind and partially sighted people to ‘significantly higher levels of risk than the general public’.
Coronavirus home tests are about to become far more accessible for blind and partially sighted people, after months of campaigning from RNIB and our work with the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) to make this happen.
We’ve called for blind and partially sighted people to have priority access when COVID-19 vaccination enters its second phase.
You can now have your say in the Cabinet Office’s new disability strategy through a consultation survey (link). We have teamed up with the Cabinet Office to ensure the consultation is as accessible as possible.