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Dyslexia confirmed by a competent authority to be severe enough to interfere significantly with reading standard print material qualifies for UK education collection.
A person who is temporarily disabled when it comes to reading print may utilize UK education collection services during the period of significant print disability. However, once an individual has regained the ability to read normally, he or she no longer qualifies for... more
By themselves, these other diagnoses do not qualify as a print disability under the laws and agreements that determine UK education collection eligibility. Many people with one or more of these disabilities do not experience a significant limitation when it comes to... more
Students with learning disabilities may qualify for UK education collection. Persons who are unable to effectively read print due to dyslexia or other cognitive learning disabilities such as autism or Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) qualify to access the service.
If you cannot pick up a book, turn pages, maintain visual focus on a book or do not have the physical stamina to work with printed material, you most likely qualify for UK education collection membership.
If you are legally blind, you qualify. In addition, if you don’t meet the legal blindness standard, a functional vision assessment that indicates a significant problem accessing text is also acceptable.