Braille opens the world of communication, information, independence and employment to those who are blind and visually impaired. It allows them to again use their reading and writing skills to function in their everyday lives.
Braille is made up of a system of 6 dots, which are used to form the letters, words and punctuation of the English language. Braille is not difficult, but is a tactile way to read and write that opens the world for those who are blind and visually impaired. However, you do not have to be blind or visually impaired on order to learn it.
For more information or to schedule instruction call (318) 698-2300 and ask to speak with Sharon Geddes