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Where to Find or Buy Accessible Books, Documents and Media

Where to buy braille transcription services Where to Find or Buy Accessible Books, Documents and Media

*NOTE:
• The difference between producing Braille and embossing bumps on a page has to do with proper formatting. If you have access to a Braille embosser with Braille Translation software and do not know how to transcribe, and the document need is formal or complex (i.e. tables graphs, etc.), BUY the service.
• A single page of print usually becomes 2 to 3 pages of Braille. Braille Transcription services usually charge by the page

  1. Braille Plus: www.brailleplus.com 480-782-0223 (based in Gilbert, Arizona)
  2. Foundation for Blind Children: www.seeitourway.org 602-331-1470 (based in Phoenix, AZ)
  3. Braille Works: www.brailleworks.com 800-258-7544
  4. Future Aids: The Braille Superstore: www.braillebookstore.com/copy-center 800-987-1231

Where to buy large print and or audio transcription

  1. Braille Works: http://www.brailleworks.com/ 800-258-7544
  2. Future Aids: The Braille Superstore: www.braillebookstore.com/copy-center 800-987-1231

Where to buy verification and remediation for accessible forms and documents

  1. Level Access: http://www.levelaccess.com/ 866-599-0332
  2. 247 Accessible Documents: https://247accessibledocuments.com/ 347-708-1524
  3. CommonLook: http://www.commonlook.com/ 202-902-0988

Where to buy descriptive video services

Media Access Group at WGBH https://www.wgbh.org/foundation/what-we-do/media-access-group 617-300-3600 accessibility@wgbh.org

Where to find accessible books and materials


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