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CanDo reusable braille labels create opportunities for independence for users of all ages –at home, school, work, or play.


Now available as tactile shape labels!


Ready to Use

Grade 1 or 2 braille is molded on the front face, and engraved text can be found on the backside for sighted folks.

Fridge & Freezer Friendly

Designed for fridge, freezer, and even ice chest use. Please hand wash only.

Reusable

Our braille labels use no adhesives, and are hand washable. The crisp braille dots are molded in and cannot get smooshed.


2020 Winner of the Louis Braille Touch of Genius Prize for Innovation!

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Testimonials

“I have spent years and years making my own braille labels. I thought they were quite good ones until I got one of yours in my hands… and the rest is history!”   
-D.P. (North Carolina)       

“CanDo labels are simple, powerful, innovative, useful, durable and unique.”  
-S.L. (Maryland)       

“I have used your products quite extensively. I’ve also stressed tested them quite a bit. They honestly seem to be able to put up with a lot of wear and tear. They are really great products and I am very happy with them. Nothing but positive feedback.”   
-M.M. (Arizona)       

“I have used your products quite “I am very impressed with the clever idea and the quality of these labels.”   
-J.D. (Virginia)       

“These should work much better than my homemade braille cards and rubber band method. The braille is sharp enough even for my damaged fingers to read it.”   
-D.R. (California)       

“I am a Braille transcriptionist and so anytime I get to do business with a company that treats me this well I will definitely become a repeat customer.”  
-T.J. (Maryland)