Clovernook creates business cards to help the visually impaired

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The Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is starting a collaboration with TriHealth to create accessible business cards for more than 11,000 healthcare professionals. This means that anyone who is blind or partially sighted will be able to easily access information on a map that sighted people take for granted. Clovernook has traditionally been a supplier of Braille books and magazines, the largest in the world with over 30 million pages produced annually. Recently, however, the nonprofit has expanded its expertise to address areas of workplace inaccessibility. They identify and find solutions to common communication issues, and TriHealth sets the standard as a premier corporate sponsor. The cards include a QR code that downloads the card information directly to the recipient’s contact list on their smartphone and reads the information aloud. It is a simple yet transformative technology in terms of making business accessible to everyone.

The Clovernook Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired is starting a collaboration with TriHealth to create accessible business cards for more than 11,000 healthcare professionals.

This means that anyone who is blind or partially sighted will be able to easily access information on a map that sighted people take for granted.

Clovernook has traditionally been the world’s largest supplier of Braille books and magazines with over 30 million pages produced per year.

Recently, however, the nonprofit has expanded its expertise to address areas of workplace inaccessibility.

They identify and find solutions to common communication challenges, and TriHealth sets the standard as the premier corporate sponsor.

The cards include a QR code that downloads the card information directly to the recipient’s contact list on their smartphone and reads the information aloud.

It is a simple yet transformative technology in terms of making business accessible to everyone.

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