If you’ve ever read a public information leaflet – from your doctor or dentist, social services or a local law firm – and tripped over some of the words they use, or found the sentences too long and windy to make sense of. That. Or maybe you’re sitting there in a waiting room with a leaflet in your hands but you forgot your reading glasses? That too. Perhaps you’re visually impaired; you can make out large-ish shapes on a page but not the writing. Or you have a specific reading difficulty or an intellectual disability and you just can’t read … Continue reading A Personal Reader for Public Information Leaflets? Yes please!