National Braille Association, founded in 1945, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing continuing education to those who prepare braille, and to providing braille materials to persons who are visually impaired.
National Braille Association is an international organization with no local units or chapters. All members join as individuals. Many of them work through philanthropic, religious or service groups in their own communities or are professionals in related fields. All serve NBA in a volunteer capacity, including those on the Board of Directors.
Become a Member
Get access to the Bulletin, our professional development conferences, Transcriber’s Connections, and Skills Chairs by joining our fellow members.
We’ve already begun planning our 2016 Fall Professional Development Conference which will take place October 27-29, 2016 at the St. Louis Union Station in Missouri. Stay tuned for more information and registration!
Ask an Expert
Our Skills committee chairs welcome questions and provide assistance in all areas of braille transcribing including music, mathematics and science notation, textbooks, tactile graphics, and computer-assisted transcription.