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Students simultaneously hear letters as they braille on paper. Sighted readers view what is being brailled on the attached video screen.
“It was difficult to motivate him to learn braille. But once he tried the SMART Brailler, his engagement and motivation level surged.”
Assistive Technology Specialist/Teacher, Perkins School for the Blind
“This is a great innovation in braille learning for rehab agencies and their clients. The SMART Brailler is a great way for adults who have lost their vision later in life to learn braille.”
Dr. Bill Takeshita,
Pediatric Low Vision Optometrist
“This product really helps bridge the gap between sighted parents and blind children. I think it would make homework a lot less intimidating for parents.”
Braille produced by the SMART Brailler conforms to the American National Library Service for the Blind Size and Spacing Standard.
Learn about the SMART Brailler’s key feature & benefits with this one page download that is easy to share.
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