JULY 30, 2021 – LOS ANGELES – Braille Institute has announced the winners of the 2021 Braille Challenge Finals competition.
Sitting under the shade of a tree, the warm breeze plays at the book pages under your fingertips. Perhaps
Celebrating Library Month in April, Braille Institute has offered thousands of free braille books and audiobooks to those who are visually impaired, and print disabled in Southern California for more than 100 years.
Join us for fun, informational, and engaging webinars as we celebrate excellence in braille literacy across North America. Hear from leaders and experts in the field about a wide range of topics in our 9-part series
New York City resident and Tennessee native recognized for exceptional work as a Teacher for the Visually Impaired
Nimfa’s story is perfect for Technology Month, which we celebrate each January at Braille Institute, and she is just one of the thousands of people who are blind and visually impaired, who we have helped maximize their independence through technology for visually impaired education over the past more than 100 years.
Dan’s story is perfect for Orientation & Mobility (O&M) Month, which we celebrate each October at Braille Institute, and he is just one of the thousands of people who are blind and visually impaired, who we have helped maximize their independence through O&M training over the past more than 100 years.
Jerry Damon is a man on the go. Despite his blindness, through orientation and mobility training, Jerry has been able to lead an incredibly active, mobile, and award-winning life as an artist.
Braille Institute held their first ever virtual Annual Meeting Celebration via a live stream on YouTube on September 23, 2020.
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