Accessible information services
We help with braille, tactile and other alternative format production of print materials, from books and school materials to public and business documents and signs, such as menus and business cards.
UEB and UEB Maths Online
UEB Online is the world’s first eLearning braille course. This award-winning platform is designed to help people who can see to support those who use braille as a vital part of their communication. Learning Unified English Braille (UEB) code has never been easier with this accessible online platform.
The Australian Childhood Vision Impairment Register (ACVIR)
A resource for parents and guardians of children aged up to 18 years with vision impairment, the register will help us to better understand blindness and low vision in Australia and determine the common conditions that cause it. Joining the register provides access to a website and forum for parents to find information and connect with each other.
Early Learning Access Technology Framework
A guide to help families and educators support children who are blind or have significant vision impairment to develop technology skills, making learning to use technology enjoyable, meaningful and motivating.
The first in a series of monographs intended to help readers develop an understanding of theories and practices in education and health provision.
This is the second monograph in a series on the theme of educational principles and practice in the field of vision impairment in Australia.
This book provides information for families and professionals about how vision can be assessed without using formal communication.
This book can be purchased as a digital version through the Apple iBook Store and is intended to be viewed on an iOS device.
The primary purpose of this book is to assist families and professionals understand near visual acuity.
This book can also be purchased as a digital version through the Apple iBook Store and is intended to be viewed on an iOS device.
This iBook provides information for parents and professionals about the visibility of picture symbols used for communication with children who have vision impairment.
RIDBC Teleschool has led the way in the provision of service delivery by telepractice. The model of telepractice used by RIDBC is described here.