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


The JBI Resource List contains only sites that are accessible to the blind or visually impaired.

When the JBI finds that a site is usable by the blind or visually impaired by means of braille, screen enlargement, or speech synthesis we add it to our Resource List. Any site listed here will either read aloud automatically by using one of the leading screen readers and/or the print on the screen or will be adjustable by pulling down the "TEXT SIZE" option of the "VIEW" menu on your menu bar.

There may be links within the sites that contain maps, time schedules or other graphic pages not reachable through the above listed accessibility tools, but if most of the links speak, are useable through refreshable braille displays, can be enlarged, or the screen contrast changed, we will approve it. If it works better with one browser enlargement program or screen reader than another, we will list that information as well.

You may browse the list or search for a particular site. Enjoy!

Age-Related Macular Degeneration
Alliance for Aging Research
American Council of the Blind
American Foundation for the Blind, The
American Macular Degeneration Foundation
American-Israeli Cooperative Enterprise/Jewish Virtual Library
Association of Jewish Aging Service of North America
B'nai B'rith International
Blinded Veterans Association
Bureau of Jewish Education
Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)
Council for Jews with Special Needs, Inc.
Der Bay -- Yiddish News
Empowering Jews with Disabilities
Florida Jewish Directory, The
Hebrew Union College
Helping Hands for The Disabled of NYC
Hiddur: The Center for Aging and Judaism
Independent Life Resources
Jewish Community
Jewish Guild for the Blind
Jewish Outreach Institute, The
Jewish Theological Seminary
Laurie Rubin, Mezzo Soprano
Living Full Out
Library of Congress: National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Lighthouse International
Low Vision Living
Mature Resources
Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty
MD Foundation (Macular Degeneration Foundation
National Association for Parents of Children with Visual Impairments
National Federation of the Blind
National Jewish Outreach Program
National Library Service
New York Lighthouse, The
NIH Senior Health
Porter Sargent
Prevent Blindness America
Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic
Robert Leslie Newman, Author
Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB)
San Mateo County Council of the Blind
Senior Living Map
Siddur Audio
Temple Emanu-El NYC
Torahsearch.com online search engine
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations
United Jewish Communities
Virtual Jerusalem
Vision Loss Resources
Vision of Children
Women of Reform Judaism
Women's American ORT
Yerushalayim Network
Yeshiva University

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