Louis Braille, a French educator, developed the Braille system of printing and writing for the blind. It
has been over a century and a half since Braille developed the form of writing which used raised dots. It seems as if the Braille system was not fully accepted until a couple years after the death of its creator Louise Braille. The version that is used today was first used in the USA in 1860 at the Missouri School for the Blind.
Join Estin Talavera as he shares his use of braille in his daily life.
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