Catalogs of Useful Products for Blind and Visually Impaired People
The following companies and organizations sell useful products for blind and visually impaired people. This list is not intended to be a complete listing of all organizations which sell such products, nor is it intended to be an endorsement of the actual products.
Adaptations sells tools, technology, and accessible solutions for blind and visually impaired people. Items include large print calendars, locator dots, cane lights, and talking cooking thermometers.
34 DeBaets Street
Winnipeg, Manitoba R2J 3S9
Ambutech offers the widest range of mobility canes of any manufacturer, and is the largest supplier of mobility products in North America and Europe. In addition to selling canes, Ambutech sells cane tips, adaptive mobility devices, and other accessories.
American Printing House for the Blind
1839 Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206
The American Printing House for the Blind (APH) sells low vision materials, educational material to assist with early childhood development, and products associated with core curriculum through high school. APH offers catalogs for products, parts, and press books on demand.
The A.T. Guys most notably sell the BlindShell cell phone, a non-smartphone that is easily used by those who are blind or visually impaired. Other products sold by the A.T. Guys include paperless Braille slates, Braille displays and keyboards, tactile screen overlays, and Braillers.
Blind Bargains posts news, podcasts, deals, and classifieds related to the blindness and visually impaired community and products needed by this community. The Blind Bargains website is constantly updated, and regularly accepts requests from individuals wanting to promote their own business or product.
The Carroll Store
770 Centre Street
Newton, MA 02458
The Carroll Store, a function of The Carroll Center for the Blind, specializes in providing low vision products, adaptive devices, and technology for the blind and visually impaired. Product categories include watches and clocks, sunglasses, magnification, lamps, jewelry, item identification, games, canes, Braille, and books.
825 4th Street West
Palmetto, FL 34221
Phone: (309) 452-3088 or (800) 890-1180
Fax: (309) 452-3643
To send an email, visit https://www.envisionamerica.com/general-inquiry-form.
En-Vision America strives to provide those with vision impairment equal access and greater independence through technology. En-Vision America’s premier products include ScriptAbility, a suite of products designed to allow consumers to be able to read their prescription labels, and i.d. mate, a portable talking bar code scanner that reads everything on a package label.
1909 East 101st Street
Cleveland, OH 44106
The EYEDEA Shop, a function of the Cleveland Sight Center, sells daily living aids, clocks and watches, magnification products, lighting products, reading and writing products, eyewear, mobility aids, Braille, fun and recreation products, and greeting cards.
The Harbolt Company
All of the products sold by the Harbolt Company are described both audibly and visually. Products sold by the Harbolt Company include Apple products, accessories for smart devices, vintage talking products, and home, bath, and kitchen products.
Independent Living Aids
137 Rano Street
Buffalo, NY 14207
Independent Living Aids sells products related to low vision and blindness, healthcare, daily living aids, mobility, durable medical equipment, assistive technology, and hearing.
145 River Rock Drive
Buffalo, NY 14207
LS&S specializes in products for the blind, visually impaired, deaf, and hard of hearing. LS&S sells low vision aids, hearing helpers, and daily living aids. Catalogs of all of the available products are also available upon request.
42 Executive Boulevard
Farmingdale, NY 11735
Maxi-Aids offers low vision products and tools for the blind, hearing products and devices for the deaf, mobility devices, home health care aids, accessible household products, computers and technology gadgets, electronic video magnifiers, canes for the blind, and watches. Maxi-Aids offers free domestic shipping on all web orders.
New York, NY 10010
OrCam offers two revolutionary products for those who are blind or visually impaired. First, the OrCam MyEye is a wearable device that utilizes artificial intelligence to read text from any surface, recognize faces, and identify colors and products, in addition to other functionalities. Second, the OrCam Read uses artificial intelligence to interactively and instantly read text from any surface and finds information of interest, in addition to other functionalities.
175 North Beacon Street
Watertown, MA 02472
Perkins Solutions sells Perkins Braillers in addition to Smart Braillers. Additional products include accessories, parts, and tools for Perkins Braillers.
1353 Athens Highway
Elberton, GA 30635-4484
RehabMart is owned and operated by occupational and physical therapists. In addition to numerous other medical supplies and equipment, RehabMart sells vision-impaired tools and devices, independent living aids, and diabetic supplies.
Revolution Advantage Canes
12170 Dearborn Place
Poway, CA 92064
Revolution Advantage Canes manufactures and sells graphite canes, aluminum canes, models, tips, and other can accessories.
Speak To Me
330 SW 43rd Street
Renton, WA 98057
Speak To Me exclusively sells talking products. Products include a talking bathroom scale, a talking coin counting bank, a talking ear/forehead thermometer, a talking digital arm blood pressure monitor, and a talking atomic clock.