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The awards ceremony celebrates good practice within the sight loss and eye health sector, and honours the achievements of professionals committed to supporting blind and partially sighted people.
We urge the Government to make changes to enable blind and partially sighted people to vote in the way other people take for granted, independently and in secret," she emphasised.
Long-standing RNIB supporter, Lord Julian Fellowes, said: "I'm a big believer in the power of a good story and have seen how these Talking Books can transform the lives of blind and partially sighted people.
The charities' report, Later Life for People with Sight Loss, warns blind and partially sighted pensioners are more likely to have multiple health conditions than those with good vision.
Today, the charity provides a lifelong support network to help blind and partially sighted people enjoy fulfilled lives.
Nine in ten blind and partially sighted people cannot see to hail the bus they want and eight out often miss their bus because they don''t stop.
Your role will be to engage with the local community to support RNIB projects and activities that raise funds to help and support blind and partially sighted children and adults.
Harrison Clark LLP's charitable trust has made a donation of over pounds 1,000 to purchase equipment for New College in Worcester to help teach blind and partially sighted pupils.
Worldwide Computer Products News-2 April 2007-IBM to introduce multimedia browser for blind and partially sighted users(C)1995-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.
Jus-Rol, the maker of All Butter frozen puff and shortcrust pastry, has made a host of tips and recipes accessible to partially sighted and blind cooks by designing a special version of its website.
Publishers have been asked to become involved in the RNIB's campaign to increase the quality and availability of audiobooks for blind and partially sighted people.
UK-based online forms company Mandoforms has produced an online forms accessibility guide for disabled, blind and partially sighted users.

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