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Day 2: 31 Days of Braille

Writing braille with a slate and stylus

One of the simplest ways to write a quick note or label in braille is to use a slate and stylus, as demonstrated in the video, by Elise Tabor, an assistive technology (AT) instructor at The Iris Network, in Portland Maine. The slate and stylus is portable and can be used on many surface, like a sheet of plastic, index card, paper folders, and more. It makes a great labeling tool.

A slate and stylus may be purchased from a variety of sources, including LS&S Products

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