Celebrating progress in Estonia

The Estonian Blind Union has chosen the most important deeds of the year 2019 that have improved the lives of blind and partially sighted people in Estonia.

The Vabamu Museum (https://www.vabamu.ee/en) has made their whole building accessible for visually impaired people.

Piret Aus is the person who arranged the descriptive translation and tactile guides of Estonian national dance festival. Every blind and partially sighted person in Estonia had the opportunity to be part of the celebration via TV.

A Small Estonian company Studio ALU (https://studioalu.com) has made a special board game named ALU that is acessible for blind people and inclusively designed.

Also, the Estonian company E Vision that sells contact lenses has supported the making of the first musical manual for visually impaired people in Braille.