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Resources For The Visually Impaired

Braille is a means of reading and writing for blind people.  The history and development of the braille system has made it possible for blind people to take notes, write letters, read books and popular magazines, compute mathmatical equations, and even read and write music.  Most important, however, braille is literacy to a person who is blind.

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A Guide to your Disability Rights

ADA Compliance

ADA Information

ADA Resource - Living with Blindness

Alternative Format Tax Forms & Publications - Plain-Text (.txt), Braille (.brf) and Large Print (.pdf) files

Associations Aiding the Blind and Visually Impaired

Blindside Movie Reviews

Bookshare - Accessible Books and Periodicals for Readers with Print Disabilities

Braille Alphabet

Braille Fails

Braille Hymnals

BrailleWorks Blog

Eye and Vision Conditions

Famous People with Visual Impairments

Free Braille Alphabet Downloads

History of Braille

Magnifying Aids - Low Vision Center

Parent Resources

Playing The Blind Card - BlogSpot

Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Relevant Links

Unified English Braille


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