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Formerly known as Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, Learning Ally produces audio-format textbooks for students of all ages.
Hungry Fingers educational tools are designed to give visually impaired children the confidence that with poor vision, or even without sight, they can be in command of the space around them.
Bookshare is an online library of digital books for people with print disabilities. Members with visual impairments can listen to books by using a text-to-speech synthesized voice, read books in Braille, or access the material in large print.
A literacy site from Perkins and TSBVI designed to assist educators and families in their quest to provide literacy experiences for their children who are blind or visually impaired.
We'll show you the best places to find braille children's books - and many of them are free!
Maybe your child is just getting ready to begin learning Braille or maybe your blind infant is years away from phonics lessons but you want to get a head start. Whatever the reason, as the parent of a blind child you're going to need to know Braille. Here are 10 tips to help you get started...
Young braille readers need exposure to reading materials at an early age. Here are some simple things you can do now to help get your blind baby off to a great start.
Amazon now carries hand-crafted wooden sound puzzles from Melissa & Doug with braille! Choose from Farm Animals, Zoo Animals, Pets, Talking Shapes, and Vehicles.
Learn about Bumpy Name and their fun and useful tactile print and Braille name labels for cups and other items for blind children.
Check out On the Way to Literacy, a publication of American Printing House for the Blind (APH). This handbook encourages parents and teachers to begin literacy training early with children who are blind with information and activities.
Learn about the U.S. National Library Service and their Talking Books Program, a free service for blind and physically handicapped Americans.
Braille Works is the leader in creating and distributing reading materials for people that are Legally Blind or have a Visual Impairment.
BRL places clear brailled tape over the printed text to provide brailled books at an affordable cost. Most titles are under $10.
At First Sight Jewelry is intended to promote Braille literacy within the blind and sighted communities by offering fun, reasonably priced fashion jewelry for everyone.
Find one of a kind handmade Braille jewelry for those who are blind and visually impaired as well as regular everyday pieces.