Kansas Braille Transcription Institute
3219 West Central
Wichita, KS 67203
PO Box 48091
Wichita, KS 67201-8091
Fax : 316-265-0184
Important Notice: Due to the closing of the Moose Lodge Braille Bingo will not be repeated in 2014. A new location is being looked into. Additional information will be provided in the future.
Two bronze Braille American Flag monuments have successfully arrived at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum for permanent display by all New Yorkers and visitors to that great city! (Photos to arrive soon)!
Until the museum is officially opened one of the monuments will be included in the museums traveling display to schools and other locations. The monuments were made possible through the generation donations of the Joanna Troutman NSDAR Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution located in Magnolia Texas. The event was organized by Sharon Sharman Russell DAR Chapter Regent and Alexandra Drakakis, Assistant Curator of Collections of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
To learn how you or your organization can participate in an event to have a Braille monument located at a place of your choosing, or at a national site, please contact us at email@example.com, or call us at 316-265-9692.
Since its founding in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has had fully participating members with physical, mental, and emotional disabilities. James E. West, the first Chief Scout Executive, was a person with a disability.
Last year our Institute received copyright permissions from the American Boy Scouts to produce Braille versions of its Anniversary Handbook and all other requested literature and publications.
We are pleased to announce a Braille version of the Anniversary Edition of the Boy Scouts of America Handbook is now available for orders! The Handbook is still the go-to book for every Scout, but now with more information than ever before. (To order a copy, please visit our Store page). Ask about a print with Braille version if you are interested in reading along with your Scout. See pamphlet here.
If you or someone you know is a service connected disabled veteran you may be eligible to receive paid training, followed by full time employment. Training and employment involves learning Braille transcription, and assistive technologies. Some qualified candidates may also be eligible for housing and other benefits. To learn more call us at 316-265-9692. (Wichita, Kansas area only).
Braille Versions of Henle First Year Latin and Henle’s Latin Grammar are now complete and available for acquiring. Visit our Store page for ordering information.
Thorough mastery of forms, basic syntax, and simple vocabulary are primary objectives of Henle First Year Latin that enable students to handle simple readings and translations. Humanistic insight and linguistic training are the goals of the Henle Latin Series from Loyola Press, an integrated four-year Latin course. Time-tested and teacher endorsed, this comprehensive program is designed to lead the student systematically through the fundamentals of the language itself and on to an appreciation of selected classic texts.
Henle Latin Grammar is designed for student use through all four years of Latin study: Part I introduces forms of nouns, adjectives, adverbs, numerals, pronouns, and verbs; Part II covers syntax.
Humanistic insight and linguistic training are the goals of the Henle Latin Series from Loyola Press, an integrated four-year Latin course. Time-tested and teacher endorsed, this comprehensive program is designed to lead the student systematically through the fundamentals of the language itself and on to an appreciation of selected classic texts.