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Braille Transcription

We take the mystery out of Braille and transcribe materials in several languages including English, Urdu and Arabic. Our Braille transcription process meets or exceeds the standards of national and international Braille.

Type of Transcription

Braille can be transcribed into two types. One is grade 1 which is un-contracted Braille consists on simple alphabets and the other is grade 2 which is contracted Braille formed by using contractions. We prefer grade 2 because it reduce pages.

Braille Transcription Process

  • You send your documents
  • Our professional transcriptionists convert your documents to Braille Ready Format
  • Your documents are checked for quality assurance
  • Your documents are produced on high speed Braille embossers
  • Your finished Braille documents are packaged and shipped

We need Braille material in several departments so that visually impaired persons can read required information independently. We have to provide such accessible material almost our business places. Some common places are as follow.

Government/Private Agencies

Governmental/Private agencies can provide their Secure Notices and Disclosures, Legal and Court Documents, Training and Educational Materials and more for visually impaired persons.

Banking & Finance

Bank owners can provide Checking and Savings Statements, Mortgage and Loan Statements, Notices, Disclosures and More for their visually impaired customers.

Health & Insurance

Health and insurance companies can transcribe EOC’s and ANOC’s, Provider and Pharmacy Directories, Benefit and Privacy Forms and more.


Schools, Colleges, universities can also provide their books, brochures, fee structure, exam schedule and more documents in Braille for visually impaired students.

Restaurant And Hotels

Restaurant and hotel owners have to provide menu, terms and conditions, brochures into Braille format.

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