Most states have private agencies or government agencies that offer
Braille transcribing services. A good place to start is with the National
Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped.
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Library of Congress, Washington, DC 20542
Toll Free: 800-424-8567
- The Library of
Congress has compiled a directory, available in large print and Braille
formats, which gives the names of volunteer groups and individuals who
transcribe and record books and other reading materials for blind readers.
- The listing is alphabetical by state and is called Volunteers Who Produce
Books. Send for your free copy from the Library of Congress.
Braille Resources in Wisconsin:
Audio & Braille Literacy Enhancement (ABLE)
Central Library Building
803 West Wells Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233-1436
Braille Ready, Inc.
6913 Colony Drive
Madison, WI 53717
Braille Library & Transcribing Services, Inc.
517 N. Segoe Rd., Room #200-B
Madison, WI 53705
(10am-1pm Tues.-Fri. only)
Wisconsin Department of Corrections - Oshkosh (OSCI)
Phone: 920-231-4010 x2208
(documents, manuals, business cards, textbooks)
August 07, 2013