Points of view

3rd October 2003 at 01:00
* A few years ago I was tutoring a primary pupil who had been prescribed a mature tinted overlay to help her reading. Unfortunately, when she placed it on her book I could not see what she was reading. Subsequently she had tinted lenses in her spectacles and I could read the text again.

Elizabeth J Cook

Whitehall, Meopham

Gravesend, Kent

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