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This page contains links to other blindness related resources

Where to find blindness related products?

The Society of the Blind and the Malaysian Association for the Blind are the only two organizations that keep stock of such products.

As almost all such products are imported, you may be able to find more information from the following sites.

Freedom Scientific

One of the world’s leader in assistive and adaptive technology for individuals who are blind or have low vision or learning disabilities. Their products include screen reading software foe the blind, magnification software for those with low-vision, and other products for accessible scanning and reading, as well as braille displays, note takers and the world’s leading accessible PDA for the blind.
http://www.freedomscientific.com

Index Braille Asia also known as Index Braille and Accessibility (M) Sdn. Bhd.

Index Braille and Accessibility (M) Sdn. Bhd. is focused on distribution, service and support for Index Braille Product in Asia and South Pacific. After 4 years in service they have established themselves as the number one Index Braille distributor world wide.
http://www.indexbrailleaccessibility.com

Quantum Technology

Manufacture and distributor for the Mountbatten Brailler, the complete learning center for children and their teachers. Extensive research and development has resulted in design suitable for the very first stages of braille instruction, high school and beyond.
http://www.quantumrlv.com.au

Humanware

Humanware products are designed to last, to grow (and in many cases, to go) with the user. Giving them the independence to compete effectively with peers, to feel connected – to be a vital part of the global information age in which we live.
http://www.humanware.com/en-asia/home

Want to learn about braille? Follow the links below

A site to learn braille
http://www.supersummary.com/braille-resource-guide/

All About Braille

Braille For Kids

http://www.braillebug.org

Would you lie to find out how you can make your web site easily accessible by the blind and the visual impaired?
You can read more from:
http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG/