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Additionally, a letter from an eye surgeon confirming a person’s blindness and a certificate from someone’s local authority would also count as evidence for the assessor.

On the TV Licensing website, the authority explained how the half-price discount is applied to beneficiaries who live with a blind person and outlined what visually impaired people are entitled to.

The organization said: “If you or someone you live with is blind (severely visually impaired), regardless of age, you can apply for a blind concession.

“If you already have a TV license but it is not in the blind person’s name, you will need to transfer the license to their name.

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