One fourth of our staff has a disability, predominantly blindness, filling positions at all levels. A fundamental belief at NBP is that blind people can, want to, and should work for companies that value talent and hard work above all.Our transcribers and proofreaders ensure the highest quality braille materials. All of our transcribers are certified by the Library of Congress and have competencies in one or more of the following codes: literary, Nemeth, computer, and music braille. Our proofreaders are braille readers, also certified by the Library of Congress, and collectively bring over 80 years of experience to the job.
Kim Nova, Editor
Since 1927, this popular magazine has been written and edited especially for blind women.
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National Braille Press
A 36-page braille weekly newspaper that contains the best editorials of the week, written by syndicated columnists. Spend your commute time reading the paper, too! Save on a two-year subscription for $45.
National Braille Press
A 36-page braille weekly newspaper that contains the best editorials of the week, written by syndicated columnists. Spend your commute time reading the paper, too! One year subscription for $24.
We support a lifetime of opportunity for blind children through braille literacy, and provides access to information that empowers blind people to actively engage in work, family, and community affairs.
NBP empowers the blind and visually impaired with programs, materials, and technology supporting braille literacy and learning through touch.
Every year, National Braille Press benefits from the support of many organizations, including corporations and foundations. These partners help to make an impact on our mission to serve the blind and visually impaired.
Braille is a system of six raised dots created in 1821 by French schoolboy Louis Braille. It is an essential tool with which children with profound or total loss of sight can learn to read and write.