We all recognise that accessibility is a reality, but where do you start? It may not be as daunting or mysterious as you think. We can help, whether in English or another language, from a small one-off job to ongoing work. We take your print material and produce beautiful, usable Braille: easy-to-follow, thoughtfully formatted, with Braille readers in mind.
And we’ll do it with a quick turn-around. Depending on the length of the job, we can have it bak in the mail to you within hours of receiving it.
What can we translate into braille?
- Textbooks and memoirs
- Greeting cards
- Newspaper articles
- Utility bills
- Music scores
- Monthly, quarterly and annual statements
- Private letters and handwritten correspondence
- Restaurant menus
- Travel bookings, reservations, tickets and itineraries
- Lessons, lectures and teaching materials
- Your company brochures, newsletters and catalogues
- Agendas and meeting minutes
- Contracts for customers, suppliers or employees
- Religious service materials, newsletters and religious texts
- And whatever else you can think of!
Multi-lingual Braille Transcription
We produce Braille in any language using the Western European (Latin) alphabet, those using the Russian (Cyrillic) alphabet, as well as Asian alphabets, … in short, any language with a written alphabet.
We are also producing more and more documents in Unified English Braille, as many countries have adopted UEB as the standard Braille code.
Frequently Asked Questions
Ideally, you provide the document electronically and we do the rest. Braille transcription is facilitated not only by translation software and a special embosser (printer), but a sound knowledge of the rules governing Braille use. We are happy to work with you every step of the way to bring the project you envision to reality.
We use quality bindings of the most practical and appropriate type and size for the job in question. If you require special covers with your logo, we will be happy to help – just let us know. As a courtesy we can also provide a copy of the translated work in audio (mp3 or m4a), or in an e-book format, free of charge. We can deliver to you, or directly to your client, as required.
To comply with the Ontarians With Disabilities Act, being rolled out across Ontario, private companies and public services alike must now accommodate the needs of persons with disabilities: those with a vision impairment amongst them. Offering tactile diagrams and Braille transcription of important documents helps to fulfil those obligations.
We have a considerable range of tactile (raised print) products, some of which can be personalised to your requirements. We can also work with you to make your next project possible. Contact us for details or browse our online catalogue.