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Better eye care for people with learning disabilities

 
People with learning disabilities are 10 times more likely to have serious sight problems than other people. This event is designed to give participants the knowledge and tools to improve eye care for people with learning disabilities.

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  • Date23 Oct 2013
  • AddressThackray Museum
    Beckett Street
    Leeds
    LS9 7LN

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