Tyler, age 14, reading from his Braille Haggadah Rochelle, who lost her vision later in life, enjoys JBI Talking Books A young child named Lotem is able to see the printed page thanks to customized lenses created by the team at the JBI Low Vision Clinic in Tel Aviv

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Alef Bet: Hebrew Braille Basics

By Edie Goldman
A manual for learning to read the Hebrew Braille alef bet with vowels.

Edie Goldman has an MA in Special Education from Hunter College. She is currently teaching blind and visually impaired kindergarten students at New York Institute for Special Education. She is also a certified Braille transcriber and has been transcribing both Hebrew and English Braille for more than 10 years. Mrs. Goldman teaches Hebrew Braille to both children and adults, and created this Hebrew Braille manual for her students.

Braille Jewish Reference Calendar

This calendar (2013-2014) shows all Jewish and secular holidays; indicates the Torah readings for all Sabbaths and holidays; lists candle lighting times for New York City.

Pesach

The text of the Braille Hagaddah listed below is used with permission of the Davka Corporation.

Hebrew - English Dictionary

Hebrew-English Dictionary, 10 volumes
Edited by Ehud Ben-Yehuda and Published by Washington Square Press, 1964
Transcribed by Frieda Kornhauser for The Jewish Braille Institute of America, 1966

English - Hebrew Dictionary

English-Hebrew Dictionary, 10 volumes
Edited by Ehud Ben-Yehuda and Published by Washington Square Press, 1964
Transcribed by Frieda Kornhauser for The Jewish Braille Institute of America, 1966

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