New York City resident and Tennessee native recognized for exceptional work as a Teacher for the Visually Impaired
Vision loss doesn’t keep Braille Institute students: Cesar & Grace from succeeding in higher education with use of new technology
Our technology services can help anyone who is visually impaired further their education, whether they already have a college degree, are working on one, or want to pursue one in the future.
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.
Fortunately, many organizations serving the blind and visually impaired are responding to this pandemic need by adding braille through remote learning and online lessons.
A low vision rehabilitation specialist is a professional who is trained to teach adaptive living skills to give people with low vision the tools they need to confidently navigate their daily life.
E-learning for Blind Students gives blind and visually impaired students a safe way to continue their education as well.
Braille Institute’s remote library services are providing a virtual lifeline for people living with vision loss
As we near the end of 2020, Braille Institute – a charity for the blind and those with low vision
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the entire world. During these uncertain times, everyone has faced challenges while dealing with a
The COVID-19 pandemic has made life difficult for all of us. Despite facing many obstacles, we are also learning how