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A new four legged friend was warmly welcomed to Braeside House recently.
Scottish Braille Press Manager John Donaldson describes the importance of ISO 27001 accreditation, and its benefits to Scottish Braille Press customers.
The Scottish Braille Press has become ISO27001 accredited.
This is an important milestone for our organisation.
ISO27001 is an internationally recognised best practice framework for an information security management system.
It helps to identify the risks to our important information and put in place the appropriate controls to help reduce the risk.
Teaching equipment which was no longer needed at the Royal Blind School is being put to good use in a Blind School in Malawi.
The Equality Status Report for 2015 has now been published. Here we highlight the main points of the report and what it means for the Royal Blind Group and its employees.
Having read about Royal Blind through the work of the IMAGINE European project, five teachers from Sweden got in touch through Facebook to ask if they could visit the Royal Blind School.
It’s good to keep body and mind active and to that end Barrie Simcock and Elaine Keay are responsible for a continuous timetable of activities and events that help to keep everyone at Braeside House engaged and entertained.
“The children have more time to play and relax because you have the full day and children enjoy taking part in the activities.”
When BBC's L.A.B. Scotland came to the Royal Blind School, pupils from Class 8 had a lot of fun creating art using everything from shaving foam to ipads.
“Picture, if you will, children running about and playing. Now imagine sitting in a wheelchair all day with splints on your legs and a body brace needing someone to facilitate movement. That is the reality for many of our pupils. Getting into a hydrotherapy pool means freedom. Freedom from constraint, freedom from discomfort and freedom to get close to friends.”
For three months I was an intern at Royal Blind’s head office whilst studying for my University degree in public relations at Queen Margaret University.