Blind people urged to go Online Today

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Blind people urged to go Online Today

A new project launched by the Royal National Institute of Blind People called Online Today will provide everyday digital skills to nearly 13,500 adults with sight and hearing loss in London. 

The scheme aims to help people who have sensory loss overcome the barriers they often face when it comes to getting online.

David Newbold who is leading the project, and Emily Davison who is partially sighted joined London Live to tell us more.

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