Listeners' questions; VI rehab worker; blind child's play

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How do you keep reading when you're losing your sight, and what are the most usable dating websites when you're blind? Just two of the questions that will be answered in the first of our occasional series called "The In Touch In-Tray".

RNIB Scotland, The Scottish Sensory Centre and the Royal Blind School in Edinburgh have produced a DVD called Let Me Play, to demonstrate to parents of visually impaired children aged 0 to five, some ways to engage their children in play.

Peter White has his first ever mobility lesson, and meets Miriam Osborne, a visually impaired rehabilitation worker.

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20 minutes

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Tue 27 May 2014 20:40

Charlotte and her visually impaired daughter Scarlett.

Charlotte and her visually impaired daughter Scarlett.

Charlotte works works with the organisation VICTA (Visually Impaired Children Taking Action), and also set up Through Scarlett’s Eyes which has grown into an information and resource sharing website.