6 n sight problems many people with sight problems get around independently they may use their remaining vision and or a mobility aid such as a white cane or a guide dog other people may need the assistance of someone with sight some people could also have additional disabilities which make it difficult to get around. Mobility of the sight impaired in public transport evidence from two consecutive research projects in austria from the transport companies point of view this could be of considerable interest as according to conservative estimates there are almost 40 times more sight impaired than blind people in austria . Awareness of sight loss and assistance given by staff members was the most prominent area of improvement reported by the participants however there appeared to be an inequality in access among people with sight loss in that people with low vision appear to benefit more from access services than people who are totally blind. Accessible transportation and mobility 5 accessible information travel information about transit and paratransit services is being made accessible for people with sensory impairments during travel real time information is available visually and audibly at the problems and requirements for people with cognitive developmental or mental . The sight advice faq answers questions about living with sight loss eye health or being newly diagnosed with a sight condition this includes those who are supporting people through their sight loss journey including parents partners carers and friends
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