Demand for better health communication for blind

Posted: 01/10/2010 |

The Scotsman (30 Sept) reports that communication between blind people and health services has to improve following the release of a damning charity survey. The Scottish study found that only one in ten blind or partially sighted people receive crucial information in a format they can understand. Remember in Scotland The Scottish Braille Press is the leading provider of high quality alternative formats such as Braille, Large Print and Audio. The organisation is renowned for their professionalism and for the quality of their output, combined with a fast turnaround. They have a skilled and knowledgeable work force with considerable experience of both the alternative format sector and the commercial print sector. So if you would like to know more about improving your communication speak to The Scottish Braille Press.

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