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The move from school to adult life is a big change for anyone, but young people with additional support needs can face even greater challenges.
To prepare and inform parents and carers for their own child's post-school transition, the Royal Blind School is hosting an information event on Tuesday February 10.
Braille still has an important role to play in the mix of accessible formats, but the code is evolving for the 21st century. Several distinct Braille codes, such as maths, computing and literary versions, are being brought together into one single set of rules – Unified English Braille (UEB). This has been adopted as the official Braille code in major English-speaking countries.
For blind and partially sighted people, the choice between using a cane or a guide dog is often a personal one and in this blog we explore the options.
Royal Blind is encouraging Edinburgh residents to get fit while raising much needed funds for our services.
We are delighted that Braeside House has received an excellent report from the Care Inspectorate.
Forget Slade, Wham and those tired old yuletide tracks. This year, Forward Vision's young adults have made their very own Christmas musical classic - and it needs your votes!
Royal Blind School pupil and author Andrew Pettigrew sends a thank you message to all those who made a donation for his book of poems and helped raise funds for tackling Ebola in West Africa.
A visit from an overseas student highlights the importance of the outreach work being done by the Royal Blind School.
The show must go on, as they say, so this week's stormy weather didn't stop Kidscene's annual Christmas singalong in the sensory garden: it just moved it indoors!