- About Braille from the National Braille Press (NBP). If your child or student is blind, you may be wondering whether or not they need to learn braille. Read on to find out more about how braille works, why it's important, and where to find braille resources.
- The Braille Bug The American Foundation for the Blind (AFB) created the Braille Bug web site to teach sighted children about braille, and to encourage literacy among all children.
- Braille Displays:
- Blind and Low Vision Products AbleData's database of products for people with visual disabilities. Major Categories: Computers, Educational Aids, Health Care, Information Storage, Kitchen Aids, Labeling, Magnification, Office Equipment, Orientation and Mobility, Reading, Recreation, Sensors, Telephones, Time, Tools, Travel, Typing, Writing (Braille).
- Duxbury Systems leads the world in software for braille. The Duxbury Braille Translator (DBT) and MegaDots, are used by virtually all of the world's leading braille publishers. No one supports more languages than Duxbury Systems—DBT supports grade 1 and grade 2 translation for over 130 languages. The software can produce contracted and uncontracted braille, mathematics, and technical braille.
- Perkins Brailler Product Comparisons – Specifications manufacturing Braille Embossers for over 140 years. Updated
- Howe Press & the Perkins Brailler History New
- Humanware – Blindness products makers of the BrailleNote and BrailleNote PK, screen readers, embossers, reading machines talking GPS, and other items for blind, low vision, deaf/blind communication solutions.
- Unified English Braille (UEB) is an English language Braille code standard, developed to permit representing the wide variety of literary and technical material in use in the English-speaking world today, in uniform fashion. From Wikipedia.
- U.S. National Library Service (NLS) Factsheets: Web-Braille
See our Web-Braille page for more information about Web-Braille. New
- International Stress Management Association Visit their site for links to branches in other countries. [UK]
- Telecommuting Can Boost Productivity and Job Performance Working from home reduces job turnover, stress and encourages life balance. By Michael Boyer O'Leary is an assistant professor of management, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, U.S. News and World Report, March 15, 2013.
- "An Overview of Stress Management" by Elizabeth Scott, MS, updated October 8, 2019 defines what stress is, its causes and effects, and what works best in the way of stress management. Updated
- Stress Management Tips and Techniques tools and advice from Mind Tools for stress management