collage of photos demonstrating Clovernook Center's braille capabilities

Braille production is a highly specialized endeavor, and non-profit organizations in developing nations are often provided with equipment through grants, but receive minimal training on how to use this equipment to produce braille of a consistently high quality.

Clovernook Center has committed itself to helping close this gap – providing in-person braille production training to non-profits, specifically tailored to the equipment and staffing of the organization. By sharing the expertise accumulated over the past hundred years, we aim to improve the quality and quantity of braille available in other nations. This will in turn serve to improve educational and recreational opportunities for blind and visually impaired citizens in our global community.

Looking for more information about our braille production training? Contact Samuel Foulkes at or (513) 728-6243.