What is Braille?

Braille is a system of raised dots which can read by touch. It is possible to represent anything in print using braille which can then be read tactually by blind people. For further information visit:

Hear the story of Louis Braille who developed braille as a system of writing for the blind around 200 years ago – as told by Denise Probert, Visiting Teacher.

More About Braille

For more information, please see The Tactual Learner page.