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a few questions towards disability for my current project in D&T.

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Laurie04
Laurie04 Community member Posts: 2 Listener
edited November 2018 in Research and opportunities
I’m a year 10 student and i would like to ask a few questions towards this disability because I have chosen it for my current project in D&T.

What products are most beneficial to the visually impaired?

What do the visually impaired still struggle at, in day to day activities (usually) ?

Where would be the most convenient place to sell this product ?

What price would be acceptable?

How do other people affect their lives? 

How does their disabilities affect their families?

Is it a long term disability?

What transport is the most convinient to use for visually impaired?

Are they more independant or reliant on others ?

If reliant, on who (usually) ?

Does this disability cause other issues, mentally, physical ?

Are you able to have a job ?

Is there medication involved?

If so, what medication ?


Thanks for your time,

Year 10 student 





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