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Eateries local to the Royal Blind School are getting into the National Braille Week spirit by supplying Braille menus for visually impaired customers.
Dozens of people gathered at the Grassmarket Community Project last night in celebration of Braille and alternative formats.
Children and adults across Royal Blind Group services have joined forces to make a video celebrating music in honour of National Braille Week.
Royal Blind School students and staff, Forward Vision members and members of Scottish War Blinded's Linburn Centre star in Thank You for the Music - a cover of the Abba hit.
An exhibition, which describes the development of Braille and celebrates 125 years of The Scottish Braille Press, will launch next month at Central Library, Edinburgh.
Our story begins in France, and a chance meeting on the streets of Paris in 1874 provides Valentine Hauy the inspiration to devise a tactile system of printing embossed books for blind and partially sighted people.
Students with visual impairments and complex needs can more easily navigate the Royal Blind School independently after funders contribute towards a new state-of-the art SMART Platform.
Congratulations to Royal Blind School student, Harry Lovett, who has been awarded a bronze medal at a national Judo competition.
Blind and visually impaired people can benefit for a 50% reduction on their TV licence fee.
Congratulations to Braeside House Manager, Morag Francis, who has been promoted to a brand new role within Royal Blind.
Braeside House residents enjoyed a day out to the beautiful Rosslyn Chapel.
In a world of self-parking cars, augmented reality games and voice-controlled mobile phones, advances in technology are becoming ever more futuristic.
But in 1971 when Scottish Braille Press worker, Jim McCafferty, was asked to trial a new gadget to help blind people navigate using sound, his friends found the device so space-age they nicknamed him ‘Joe 90’.