High-tech Braille Devices are Touching the Lives of Blind Canadians

The Braille alphabet does pose a challenge to seniors who lose their sight later in life through conditions such as macular degeneration. A sizable majority of people who could benefit from reading through touch simply don’t. It is estimated that less than 10 per cent of those without sight know Braille.

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