Projects that Special Buddies are exploring:
Members make adaptations of print materials to make them accessible to a person who: (a) is blind; (b) has a visual impairment or a perceptual or reading disability which cannot be improved to give visual function substantially equivalent to that of a person who has no such impairment or disability and so is unable to read printed works to substantially the same degree as a person without an impairment or disability; or (c) is otherwise unable, through physical disability, to hold or manipulate a book or to focus or move the eyes to the extent that would be normally acceptable for reading; regardless of any other disabilities.
Inaccessible leisure activity? We'll Figure It out! Members share their journey of exploring various adaptations to make leisure activities accessible so we all can be included and play together.
Members share their collection of communication signs used to make communication efficient! Signs include Keyword Sign, Home Signs, Tactile Signs, touch signals, pictures, symbols, etc.
Members share all things related to braille! Learn to read and produce Unified English Braille (UEB). Label items in braille, write notes in braille, have fun with braille!
Logo artwork by Tao Yi Jun
Chalk Illustrator brush set by MelBrushes
MelBrushes is licensed under the Creative Commons, Attribution, Non-Commercial license
Whackadoo Font by Graham Meade - GemFonts Free Fonts
Pictures of the mascots based on soft toys from Daiso