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Improve your access to the “printed” word, efficiently manage daily tasks at home and work, and readily find facilities and resources in public places:
  • understand the layout of the Braille cell and dot configurations
  • recognize letters A through Z of the Braille alphabet and read sentences
  • recognize numbers 0 through 9 in Braille and be able to accurately identify them in written context, tables, measurements, etc.
  • use the slate and stylus, Perkins Brailler, and other devices to produce documents and/or maintain information for personal as well as professional needs
  • apply creative methods for labeling household appliances and other items
  • recognize punctuation marks found in reading and reproduce written materials and documents
  • use Braille notetakers and similar electronic devices for input and word processing functions in any venue

 


A client tries Braille and learns about technology choices for Braille users.