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According to The Department of Health, there are currently over 300,000 people registered as blind or partially sighted in England alone. However, it is accepted that these figures are a gross underestimation, as registration is voluntary.
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Henshaws Society for Blind People operates from our initial base in Manchester, where we have today grown to become a major charity providing care and support for clients across the North of England. By providing a wide range of educational, residential, rehabilitation and day services, we constantly aim to enable visually impaired people of all ages to maximise their independence and enjoy the best possible quality of life.
Link: Why we need to be aware of visual impairment
Link: More detailed information about the Henshaws Society
Link: Contacting the Henshaws Society
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As a UK charity, the Henshaws society is always grateful for much needed donations. The Untrained Melodies CD-Rom has not only been design to be user friendly for the visually impaired, but sales of this amazing interactive medium will raise money and awareness for the wonderful work done on a daily basis by the Henshaws society.
Link: How is the CD-ROM designed to be user friendly toward the visually impaired.
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Quote from Chris High in 2003 Writing gets me away for a while' from this world and into one where I, alone, can make or break the rules as I see fit.
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