New York City resident and Tennessee native recognized for exceptional work as a Teacher for the Visually Impaired
Over 30 free interactive online technology workshops and resourceful content to help people stay connected during COVID-19 social distancing.
Braille Institute Announces Senior Technology Executive, Patricia Bramhall, To Join Board of Directors
Braille Institute of America announces the appointment of Patricia Bramhall to its board of directors. Ms. Bramhall brings over 42 years of experience in the area of information technology management and consulting.
Braille Institute is proud to announce the 50 finalists for the 2020 Braille Challenge Finals competition. Braille Challenge is celebrating its 20th anniversary and will be holding Finals testing and an award ceremony remotely this year to accommodate social distancing.
Braille Institute Launches New Award-Winning Typeface Designed fo Improve Legibility for Readers with Low Vision
Braille Institute has launched a custom typeface called “Atkinson Hyperlegible.” The fonts are available for free for anyone to use, and can be downloaded at www.brailleinstitute.org/freefont.
Braille is Offering Free Workshops/Personalized Consultations During Low Vision Awareness Month for Anyone Experiencing Vision Loss
February is "Low Vision Awareness" Month and Braille Institute is Offering Free Workshops and Personalized Consultation for Anyone Experiencing Vision Loss
Braille Institute Highlights January as “Technology Month” with Hands-On Workshops and Echo Dot Giveaway
Braille Institute has designated January as the organization's "Technology Month." They will offer educational and interactive technology workshops at their centers across Southern California, publish tech-focused content online throughout the month, and give away free Amazon Echo Dots.
Braille Institute of America (BIA) is pleased to announce the opening of its third neighborhood center located in Palm Desert at the El Paseo Plaza. The new Coachella Valley center, scheduled to open on Tuesday, January 21, will be located at 74-245 Highway 111 Suite E101, Palm Desert -- at the prime intersection of El Paseo Drive and Highway 111.
Braille Institute Hosts “Best in Assistive Tech” with Blind Apple Engineer, Dean Hudson, on November 16
Showcasing the latest innovations in Assistive Technology for the visually impaired, registration is open for this free technology conference presented by the San Fernando Valley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind, Saturday, November 16.
Learn to navigate the world. Or just your kitchen. During the month of October, Braille Institute is raising awareness of Orientation and Mobility (O&M). People who have low vision or blindness use a variety of techniques to travel safely and effectively within their environment whether that be their home or the world outside their door.