A partially-sighted teenage girl says she worries for her future - because of threats to the specialist support she desperately needs.
Phoebe Clifton fears she won't be able to realise her dream of going to university because of local authority budget cuts.
A report by The Royal National Institute of Blind People shows 23 per cent of local authorities have cut their budgets for children with visual impairments, while 21 per cent have frozen them.
Around 2,500 children in the South are affected.
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