The world at children fingertips becomes more interesting.
Thank you very much for the fact that you support us!
Thanks to you, we will develop and become more professional, Ukrainian blind children received new books, not only in their native language, but also the story in English.
Parents and teachers write that the kids really like the books of our resource center, bought new items for children's literature. They really like that you can order even one book that we quickly carry out their orders, take into account their opinions and recommendations.
All this is thanks to you.
We are grateful to our Polish partners of the company "Studio tiflografiki" Marek Jakubowski, Alina Talukder, Choetskoya Anna (Poland) for consultations and training of Ukrainian specialists.
1. During the reporting period, we have adapted and published three new books in Braille edition of 60 pieces, which gave free library for blind children in Kharkiv, Kiev, Nikolaev, Zaporozhye, Vinnitsa, Rivne, Lutsk, Dnepropetrovsk.
2. Make new tactile book, "Touch piggy bank" - for the youngest children and the blind "Adventures Shershavki and Fuzzy."
3. In October, with the support of the charitable Internet platform "Global Giving" the National Assembly of Disabled of Ukraine, Ukrainian-German partner network we spent the All-Ukrainian seminar with international participation "The World at Your Fingertips" on ensuring the rights of children with severe visual impairments to get good in an accessible form for them. The seminar was attended by over 100 people: parents, professionals and volunteers.
The workshop addressed issues devoted not only to the standards and methods of manufacture of relief images, books in Braille, but also modern methods of teaching blind children work tiflografic benefits.
Experts received recommendations on the specifics of the use of visual aids in the diagnosis of blind children of preschool age.
The seminar was organized by the exhibition "Touching Art" paintings of contemporary Ukrainian artist Sergey Ponochenyuk.
Visually impaired visitors could "feel to the touch" tactile copies of paintings, carved from wood and adapted for the perception of visitors, listen to audio comments to each picture.
Of great interest among the visitors caused voluminous educational puzzles made based on the pictures.
Take part in creating the overall picture could anyone child and adult.
Blind student 1
Blind students at the exhibition
Master class on making tactile book
training of volunteers