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.
Karen Keninger, Director of NLS, pledges to promote braille e-readers and elevate braille as a literacy medium.
Celebrate thirty years of the Children's Braille Book Club! Watch for special announcements throughout the year.
Take a free tours of our braille facility during April School Vacation Week, April 22- April 24.from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Contact email@example.com to sign up.
Last year, Bridget and Erin pledged to raise money for NBP by running the Boston Marathon but they were stopped before they reached the finish line. Undeterred by the terrible acts of that day, they will complete the 26.2 miles this year! Support their efforts here.
Are you a braille reader with a penchant for finding contraction blunders and formatting gaffes while devouring the latest James Patterson novel? Or perhaps you are a non-fiction junkie; more inclined expand your horizons with exacting facts and dates? If you are an avid braille reader with an acute attention to detail, you may be well suited to a career in braille proofreading. National Braille Press is currently seeking full-time proofreaders to work in our production department. See all career opportunities at National Braille Press.
Longtime NBP Trustee, Bob O'Brien passed away this week. He was an entrepreneur, avid reader, beautiful writer, and accomplished amateur historian. Above all, Bob was a devoted family man and supporter of the blindness community. His many talents will be missed. Read Bob's obituary.
Celebrate braille and inspire graduates with our graduation gift ideas - jewelry, books, manuals, magnets and more!
It's not too early to start shopping for the perfect Mother's Day gifts!