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World Braille Day



World Braille Day

World Braille Day is celebrated each year on January 4. It marks the birthday of Louis Braille (1809-1852), the French inventor of the reading and writing code for the blind. In Louis Braille’s time, the code was only used at the Parisian school for the blind where he studied and later taught. Today, there are Braille codes for virtually every written language in the world, so that blind people everywhere can become literate and acquire the opportunities that literacy brings.

Every day, thousands of blind people use Braille for everything from shopping lists to labels for canned goods, from reading novels to solving math and scientific equations, from learning a piece of music to composing one. The increasing availability of Braille signs makes it easier for blind people to get around hotels, office buildings, government facilities, university campuses, and more. Braille is as flexible as print, can be learned in roughly the same amount of time, and can be read just as fluidly.

World Braille Day reminds the public that there is much that needs to be done to combat the decline of Braille literacy, but one way that each of us can help is to create awareness of how Braille makes it possible for blind people to transform dreams into reality.

The awareness image for Blindness is Polka Dots.

Personalized Cause supports World Braille Day with:

Polka Dots Custom Awareness Ribbon for Blindness, click here.

Polka Dots Awareness Ribbon for Blindness, click here.

Earlier Event: January 1
National Mentoring Month
Later Event: January 5
Burn Awareness Week