Training results in increased practitioner confidence and identification of depression in people with low vision: a mixed methods study

Abstract Purpose The prevalence of depression in people with low vision is high and often goes undiagnosed. There is the potential for those who provide low vision services to perform concurrent depression screening. However, prior training in depression identification and suitable referral pathways is required. The aims of this study were: (1) to assess the […]

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Sky Take Strides in Accessibility

The TV broadcaster and service provider Sky recently announcement an update which they have begun to roll out to their SKY Q customers across the UK. This update has great significance for any Sky customers that have visual impairments.  The key improvements include the much awaited ‘voice guidance’ accessibility option, which will act as a […]