KSSB is the first School for the Blind to install      a Wayfinding System!

What is a Wayfinding System?

  • It is a comprehensive searchable point-to-point narrative guidance, low vision maps, tactile maps, and a campus-wide fleet of iBeacons.
  • Wayfinding is designed to facilitate independent travel on our campus via screenreader, text, and MP3 download, and iPhone app.
  • The KSSB Wayfinding system contains over 160 detailed route directions in a searchable database.
  • As travelers use the app and walk near landmarks of interest, discrete audio broadcasts are delivered to their smartphone identifying these landmarks.
A black compass rose with a red KSSB eagle in the middle.

How do I access the KSSB ClickandGo Wayfinding APP?

  • Click on the KSSB App icon below
  • Download the KSSB Wayfinding App from the App Store
  • Open the KSSB ClickAndGo Map Wayfinding Button below.


You are invited!

Join us as we explore this unique Travel Tool!

WHEN: April 30, 2021

TIME: 1:00-3:00 pm

WHERE: KSSB Campus, 1100 State Ave, KCK, 66102

RSVP: Contact Leah Enright at lenright@kssdb.orgcreate new email

Download the Wayfinding Open House Flyer

In pdf: Wayfinding Open House spring 2021opens PDF file

In Word: Wayfinding Open House April 2021opens WORD file


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