Braille & Tactile Aids

Braille reading materials and signs are just the beginning when it comes to tactile aids. Vibrating electronic mobility devices, for example, help pedestrians avoid accidents. Also learn about tactile household items.

Many standard products come in tactile versions:

  • Clocks and timers
  • Thermostats and thermometers
  • Maps
  • Keyboards and calculators
  • Padlocks


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Take time to talk with your loved one about the things he/she can and cannot do, and ask what kind of help is needed.