The theme is “Belonging” and entries close
25 August 2017
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Queensland Braille Writing Association (Braille House) is a voluntary association of people specialising in tactual literacy.
Braille House provides to our clients and stakeholders through:
Library: a free lending library of braille and moon books – look at the Library tag for more information.
Transcribers: produce books and other resources in braille for children and adults, students of all ages, organisations and government departments.
Tutoring: Our braille tutors are skilled in tutoring adults who wish to become touch readers of braille or moon script; most have passed the Trans-Tasman Braille Proficiency Exam. Explore our website to find out more about the Association, the range of services and resources available and ways in which you might like to assist our unique organisation.
We are delighted to have as our Patron The Hon. Paul de Jersey, AC, Governor of Queensland.