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3. Value for Visual Impairment

A UK study noted that partially sighted and blind people read more often than the general population. Reading provides an appealing alternative to activities that are no longer feasible. Many visually impaired readers use digital formats and audiobooks. The study’s authors found that reading groups were especially valuable as an opportunity for socialization.

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