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Reading difficulties in braille readers

Learning braille is a complex process and many children and young people find particular aspects of the code difficult to master. To what extent are these difficulties inherent in braille itself? How much do they vary from one learner to another? Is there such a thing as braille dyslexia? This course provides an important opportunity to find out more about research into reading difficulties among braille readers and to share good practice in how to manage them.

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29 November 2007 15:00 to 21:00
RNIB, Birmingham City Centre
Jodi Bailey
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0121 6654200

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