The National Organization of Parents of Blind Children, a group affiliated with the National Federation of the Blind, recently posted an article about Blindfold Games.
The editor introduces the article by stating “Educational games play an increasingly important role in today’s classrooms. Unfortunately, blind students have not had access to the inexhaustible array of games that are available to their sighted classmates. In this article Patricia Costantino relates the history of Blindfold Games and explains how game developer Marty Schultz and his team’s new company, Objective Ed, is creating accessible games that help teach the Expanded Core Curriculum to blind students.
The original article can be read here: