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.
Check out these videos to introduce you to the B2G!
Every book is a world, and opening that world starts with you! Here are 10 Tips to help make reading aloud easier and more fun for both you and your child.
The Boston Globe interviewed NBP staffers, Joe Quintanilla, vice president of development, and Nicole Noble, director of sales, on how braille menus change the dining experience for blind and visually impaired people. Read the full article.
Check out Everything You Need to Use the Mac with El Capitan and VoiceOver. This guide on Apple Macintosh computers running the El Capitan Operating System is intended for all blind users - whether you have already been using Windows, currently have a Mac and want to use it more effectively, or are considering purchasing a Mac.
The Fall Semester will be here before you know it — and you can receive 10% off your order of braille textbook reprints!
Thanks to all those who attended NBP's Annual Meeting on June 21 and were inspired by our amazing volunteers, staff, and mission of providing information in braille to blind people world wide. Click here to see the photos.
National Braille Press is pleased to announce that Kesel Wilson has been hired as our new Editor and Programs Manager! Read more about Kesel here.
In 2006, Accessible Media Inc.'s Contact asked, "Does braille have a future in the 21st century?" A decade later, Contact re-visits the question in the documentary The Future of Braille 2.0. NBP President Brian MacDonald is among those interviewed as they discuss if braille is still relevant in the digital age, and what needs to be done to ensure it remains a useful writing and reading tool for those who are blind. Listen to The Future of Braille 2.0 here.