Access to school continues to be challenging to most learners with visual and hearing impairments,irrespective of the government’s commitment to scale up efforts to support them at various levels of education. Deaf blindness affects students’ progress and well-being. This paper presents a methodology for assisting the inclusion system in education. In this context,the present work focuses the development of a Text-to-Braille application for the blind and deafand its ultimate purpose is the development of a mobile application that allows a blind user to read text that is written on the classroom board along with regular sighted-hearing students. The proposed system improves the deaf and blind student’s ability to access and connect with people and the environment. © 2016,International Journal of Pharmacy and Technology. All rights reserved.