Where can I find curriculum resources in accessible formats for children and young people with a vision impairment?

RNIB Bookshare provides downloadable accessible textbooks and images to support dyslexic, partially sighted or blind learners who have difficulty reading standard print.

Using these files, you can produce curriculum resources in large print, braille or electronic format to suit your learners' needs. The service is free to educators in the UK, with  a small charge for schools based overseas.

Further information on how to use the service and access the resources can be found on RNIB's Bookshare webpages.

Custom Eyes, Clearvision, Calibre and Living Paintings also offer curriculum resources for children, for further information see Where can I borrow books for my child with a vision impairment?


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