The Talking Book and Braille Library (TBBL) is one of 57 regional libraries that provides FREE alternative reading sources for people with low vision. The TBBL is a part of the Library of Congress’ National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. They offer large print, braille books, and books on tape to Indiana […]
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Teachers- is your classroom accessible to all of your students? Parents- does your child struggle to read standard print? Now is the time to speak with your curriculum committee about acquiring textbooks in formats that everyone can read. You may recall an earlier post we wrote about accessible formats for digital media, which also had […]
What: Voters’ Rights Workshop Where: IRCIL (Indianapolis Resource Center for Independent Living), 1426 w 29th Street, Suite 207 (Riverside Plaza building at Harding and 29th Street) When: April 21, 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Facilitator: Bonnie Weaver, IPAS (Indiana Protection and Advocacy Services) No RSVP needed, snacks provided!
The Indiana Deafblind Services Project, located at the Blumberg Center on Indiana State University’s campus in Terre Haute, has a mission to provide services for children and young adults who have combined vision and hearing loss. Do you know an infant or toddler who may have vision and hearing problems? Children who are deafblind can […]
WHAT: 2010 Special Needs Family Resource and Information Fair WHEN: April 24, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. WHERE: Speedway United Methodist Church, 5065 W. 16th St., Indianapolis IN Come visit with more than 40 disability service organizations and find services to help you and your loved one at this free, […]