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Blind babies and young children to benefit from new music scheme

A new music scheme for blind babies and partially sighted infants and young children has been aunched.

A new music scheme for blind babies and partially sighted infants and young children has been launched

The Amber Trust, a charity that supports visually impaired children through music has just set up a service for blind and partially sighted children in their early years.

Called Little Amber, it has two components; the first is access to resources that can be viewed online or downloaded, and are available to all families and professionals in the UK and beyond.

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The second is the Little Amber music awards scheme, for families who have a visually impaired child in their early years (from birth to their fifth birthday). Those involved will be given a set of activity cards and will receive four home visits a year by

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