National Braille Press

  National Braille Press is a Boston-based non-profit printer and publisher of braille materials and tactile graphics that supports literacy for blind children and adults. NBP provides accessible materials for blind and low vision students, consumers, and adults in the workplace. Our services are provided to businesses, state and local governments, and educational organizations so that blind people have access to information in all areas of their life. Our services cover a broad spectrum of braille transcription and ink printing that range from print/braille children’s books to high stakes assessments, textbooks, product manuals, financial statements, literary novels, magazine inserts, and business cards. Through our Center for Braille Innovation, National Braille Press is researching and developing affordable digital braille computers and tablets for the blind, which will allow dynamic, real-time output of a digital e-braille and tactile graphics for textbooks and standardized tests

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Organization Type: Nonprofit

Hours: 617-437-0456

88 St. Stephen Street
Boston, MA 02115

Phone: 617-266-6160

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Keywords: Literacy and learning for the blind and visually impaired.