Main content

Disabled Students' Allowance, Daniel Kish

The way blind students get support is changing, so will it work? And the programme speaks to Daniel Kish, the American who says blind people can be taught to be more independent.

The Government has made changes to Disabled Students' Allowance or DSA,which will mean blind students will have to reply on increased support directly from their Universities instead. We speak to one undergraduate who describes her concerns for the future. And we hear from Daniel Kish, a Californian, who believes that blind people could have more freedom and independence if they're only taught how.

Available now

20 minutes

Broadcast

Download this programme

Download this programme

Listen anytime or anywhere. Subscribe to this programme or download individual episodes.

Podcast