RNIB learning disability and sight loss top tips guides

The prevalence of sight loss among people with a learning disability is far greater than previously thought. There are about one million adults in the UK with a learning disability. People with a learning disability are 10 times more likely to have serious sight problems than other people and those with severe or profound learning disabilities are most likely to have sight problems.

RNIB has produced two handy top tips guides that provide useful information on how to support someone with a learning disability and sight loss.

Click on the links below to read the top tip guides. You can also download each guide as an accessible PDF and print them off too!

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  • read the top tips guides available from the RNIB website here and here
  • discuss the top tips guides with your colleagues and/or line manager
  • tell us about two things you learned from the guides and the discussion you had about them with your colleagues and/or line manager
  • give an example of how you applied, or intend to apply, this learning in your practice.

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RNIB learning disability and sight loss top tips guides

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