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Photo collage of TSBVI, happy students on a bus and our all-abilities playground.

Photo collage of TSBVI, happy students on a bus and our all-abilities playground.


Students learned to prepare food, take orders and make deliveries this summer.


TSBVI students singing and playing guitar during the TSBVI School of Rock.


Students learn the importance of knowing braille and reading often.


TSBVI has some of the best teachers in the world! In this photo, a teacher smiles with a student as they practice hand signing.


Students have access to the tools and technology they will need to learn and grow.


Sometimes it is useful to produce printed materials with Braille or Sign Language Fonts. This page serves as a resource of free fonts. A good source for ASL (Mac and Windows) fonts is University of Oregon Yamada Language Center Sign font page  or Luc Devroye Sign language font page . A good source for Braille (Mac and Windows) fonts is Luc Devroye braille font page .

Windows Fonts

Note: all font files are self-extracting zip files. After downloading, execute (double-click) the file, then copy the font file into your font directory. 

APHont - embodies characteristics that have been shown to enhance reading speed, comprehension, and comfort for large print users.

Braille Fonts

Moon Fonts

Sign Language Fonts

Macintosh Fonts

OS X Braille font (380k) from the Wyoming Medical Center

OS X (10.5+) has the following braille fonts permanently installed in /System/Library/Fonts

  • Apple Braille Outline 6 Dot.ttf
  • Apple Braille Outline 8 Dot.ttf
  • Apple Braille Pinpoint 6 Dot.ttf
  • Apple Braille Pinpoint 8 Dot.ttf

Unicode Braille Fonts

Braille Fonts only for Macs pre-OS X

Sign Language Fonts only for Macs pre-OS X