There are so many cool organisations and resources out there for the visually impaired community, that we thought we'd share our favourites with you.


The Royal National Institute of Blind People is a UK charity offering information, support, and advice to almost two million people in the UK with sight loss. Visit their website to find out more about braille, learning braille, braille music, braille books and products.Learn more

NVDA by NV Access

NVDA is a free and open-source, portable screen reader for Windows operating system and many third-party applications created by NV Access. NVDA is open-source software, which means the code is accessible to anyone. This enables translators and developers around the world to continually contribute to its expansion and improvement!Learn more
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BrailleBlaster by the American Printing House

BrailleBlasterâ„¢ is a braille transcription program developed by the American Printing House for the Blind to help transcribers provide blind students with braille textbooks on the first day of class. It has a range of fantastic features from translating braille accurately in UEB or EBAE to formatting braille, automating line numbered poetry and prose, etc.Learn more
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