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Summary and Policy Implications
Part A Background
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100 Base population 757K Number interviewed Age and registration Age and residual age bands aged 60 aged 75 aged under 60 asked awareness benefits blind and partially blind people aged BMRB braille readers cent of blind cent respectively centre Chapter compared daily living skills difference estimate figures Gray and Todd guide dog holiday home help independent mobility large-print books learn braille light perception meals on wheels mentioned noted onset OPCS survey ordinary tape-player organisations overall partially sighted respondents percentage population projection private households proportion question radio received registered blind registrably visually impaired rehabilitation relative reported residual vision levels residual vision Total retirement age RNIB RNlB services RNlB Talking Book sample shows sight loss sight problem Snellen social services social worker someone specialist sub-groups Talking Book machine tasks test card three age groups users vision Total 16 visually impaired population welfare services younger