First issued in Directions 37
Last year, Keith Bright of the University of Reading talked to the Society about the research projects which he is undertaking at the University. Clive Chizlett tells the story...
"By the year 2006 some 60% of the UK population will be aged between 65 and 95 years, about 39.6 million men and women. But, even in our salad days, it is likely that some of us were partially disabled, or needed aids to sight or hearing, or were none too quick in processing received information.
In the year after the Disability Discrimination Act became law, it is salutory to remind ourselves of some of the disabilities that it addresses."
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