If vision is affecting the ability to perform daily tasks, Braille Institute’s Low Vision Rehabilitation Service can help with tips and training.
Learning to use assistive technology can be a game-changer to increase independence and improve daily activities for those who are blind or visually impaired
Los Angeles, January 4, 2022 – For the third-straight year, Braille Institute celebrates January as “Technology Month” with 19 free educational and interactive online technology workshops. Additionally, one-on-one training and how-to videos will be offered online throughout the month.
With Low Vision Rehabilitation, vision loss doesn't have to mean giving up on the things you love or an active lifestyle.
Knowing the importance and benefits of current assistive technology for visually impaired people can make all the difference in achieving a level of independence one might not think possible, and feeling safe, secure and connected.
Los Angeles, November 29, 2021 – The Council of Schools and Services for the Blind (COSB) has bestowed their highest honor, the Champion Award, to Braille Institute in recognition of their positive and significant impact nationally with youth who are blind or visually impaired (BVI).
Los Angeles, November 29, 2021 – Searching for the perfect gift for a family member or friend who is blind or visually impaired? Braille Institute has put together a selection of the best gifts for those with low to no vision.
Braille Institute's Youth and Child Development Program is offered remotely online and over-the-phone to help provide resources and support parents.
Assistive technology for low vision students is available to make learning accessible
Palm Desert, CA – October 14, 2020 – Braille Institute Coachella Valley announced today that it has entered into a partnership with Guide Dogs of the Desert to provide training solutions to individuals living with vision impairment and blindness.