Celebrate Braille Literacy Month in January

Dec 27, 2021

Graphic reads: "January is #BrailleLiteracyMonth! Celebrate!"January is Braille Literacy Month, in honor of the birthday of Louis Braille, who was born on January 4, 1809. We now celebrate National World Braille Day on January 4 in honor of his legacy.

Paths to Literacy offers many, many resources for different user groups: sighted parents who would like a basic exposure to braille to support their blind or visually impaired child, teachers of students with visual impairments, exposing sighted children to the basics of braille code for understanding their peers.

Here’s a taste of the resources you’ll find at the Paths to Literacy website:

Learn more on the Paths to Literacy website.

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