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Braille Letters Deliver Smiles to Kids Across America

This December, we had the wonderful opportunity to help Santa Claus. We delivered his letters in braille and large print…

6 months ago

Happy World Sight Day

On the second Thursday of October, people all around the world celebrate World Sight Day. This global event draws attention…

8 months ago

What’s Next for High School Graduates with Blindness?

High School Graduation; A Time to Celebrate and a Time To Look Toward the Future What does high school graduation…

2 years ago

Serving Blind Customers at a Restaurant?

Understand What it’s Like for Your Customers with Blindness If you work in the restaurant or hospitality industry, you’ve seen…

2 years ago

Advice for the Sandwich Generation Regarding Blindness and Low Vision

The sandwich generation is defined as adults, typically in the age range of 30-years to 50-years, who are caring for…

2 years ago

10 Common Courtesies To Offer People Who Are Blind

How do I interact with someone who has a visual disability? Many people have never interacted with someone who has…

2 years ago

Why is Braille Literacy So Critical?

Braille literacy is reading, comprehending, and writing in braille. Look at it this way: literacy for students without a visual…

2 years ago

Low Expectations Limit People with Visual Disabilities

The expectations we put on others can encourage the pursuit of great things or hinder the growth of an individual.…

3 years ago

Halloween Safety for Kids who are Blind

Fall is a fun and exciting time of the year for kids, young and old. They look forward to attending…

3 years ago

Make it Accessible – An Appeal to the Business World

Does your business take steps to be all-inclusive? Make it accessible. What does that mean? It means giving everyone the…

3 years ago