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Print disability

A print-disabled person is

a person who has a physical or mental impairment which prevents the person from enjoying a copyright work to the same degree as a person who does not have that impairment
Print disabilities may be due to visual impairment, dyslexia or reading difficulty, learning disability or physical disability. Print disability does not apply to a learner who has English as an Additional Language or a learner who is home schooled - unless the person also has a disability as defined above.