A low vision rehabilitation specialist is a trained professional who teaches adaptive independent living skills to the blind and visually
Assistive technology for visually impaired and blind people consists of products, tools, or services designed to increase independence. There is
As the global COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact all of our lives, you may want to look for more remote educational options to stay safe. Many schools are offering hybrid services and include distance e-learning as part of their programs. Fortunately, e-learning for blind students is also available and you may find it to be an excellent educational alternative.
An Orientation and Mobility Specialist can help you enhance your skills to feel more comfortable in your environment. You will be able to feel safer moving about both inside and outside your home.
50 children who are blind or visually impaired are selected to participate in elite competition that tests and promotes braille literacy.
Braille Institute Offers 110 Free Online Spring/Summer Courses Including Laughing Yoga and Making Technology Work For You
Braille Institute is pleased to offer more than 110 Spring/Summer courses that are available for free to anyone who is blind or visually impaired, worldwide.
Sitting under the shade of a tree, the warm breeze plays at the book pages under your fingertips. Perhaps
April is Library Month at Braille Institute and we will be sharing our Library staff’s recommendations for the best books from the black literary canon available in our BARD system throughout the month.
April is Library Month at Braille Institute and we will be sharing our Library staff’s recommendations for the best scary books on BARD.
Local Santa Barbara native, Angela Miller-Bevan, named Regional Manager of Braille Institute Santa Barbara
Braille Institute is pleased to announce Angela Miller-Bevan as the new regional manager of the Santa Barbara center.