A little girl sits in a chair and reads a tactile book. From home workshops, volunteers create adaptive tools to keep students learning

The Assistive Device Center designs and constructs hand-crafted furniture, toys, sensory quilts and more for children with visual impairments.

Young person reading braille Four reasons why braille still matters in the age of Alexa and iPhone

Given the rise of audiobooks, does braille still have a role to play in the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired?

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