Neither deafness nor vision impairment is a learning disability. We have plenty of case studies of young people with sensory impairment achieving university degrees and qualifying in a range of different sectors when they have the right support in place, regardless of the severity of their impairment. Sadly, government data tells us that young people with sensory impairment lag well behind their peers in terms of attainment of A-levels or equivalent qualifications.
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