The guiding purposes of National Braille Press are to promote the literacy of blind children through braille and to provide access to information that empowers blind people to actively engage in work, family, and community affairs.
Buy Anna Dresner's guide to fitness technology for blind users before July 31, and you'll be entered to win a Fitbit Flex 2!
Is your print material accessible to ALL your guests? Let us help transcribe your restaurant guide, shuttle service information, and points of interest into braille and/or large print for guests with visual impairments. Email Whitney Mooney at email@example.com to learn more!
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Seasoned world traveler Judy Dixon takes you on a tour of 17 of the most user-friendly, accessible GPS apps for the iPhone, helping you to choose the right app for different situations. Whether you want to know your own precise location; learn the identity of places around you so you can explore; create your own routes and get turn-by-turn directions; or navigate environments that traditional map data doesn't cover — like college campuses, large parks or beaches — Judy will help you understand your GPS options.
Last week, National Braille Press team members drove a full truck from Princeton, New Jersey to Boston, bringing The Princeton Braillists collection to its new home at NBP. We will be accepting orders and beginning production in the coming weeks! For more information, contact Jackie Sheridan, VP of Production, at 617-425-2442.
Join the Press on Tuesday, June 20th when we recognize 90 years of producing braille and funding literacy programs for blind kids. Visit our Events page for more details — and find out how to listen live, if you can't join us in person!
Congratulations to NBP's Joe Quintanilla, who was inducted into the Carroll Society! The Carroll Awards recognize blind and visually impaired employees who have made significant contributions to their companies by their outstanding ability and job performance. Each year, a small select group of individuals from throughout Massachusetts are admitted into the Carroll Society, based on achievement and merit as valued employees.