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Why is it important for blind people to use braille?

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It raises awareness and it helps blind people to read using their fingers
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Why do people use braille?

  Because they are not able to see printed text and need a way to be able to read and write.

How do blind people know that there is braille where they are at?

When a person goes blind there other sences become hightened, as you may have heard. But many people don't realized the sort of spidy sence that blind people posses. Question,

The reason Braille can be ready by blind people is that the raised dots are?

Blind people can not see so there other senses are heightened. They used to have GIANT books with the letters popping out and they had very few and they were extremely heavy.

How do blind people use braille?

Braille is a system of raised dots arranged in a 2 x 3 grid to an internationally agreed pattern and spacing. A blind person 'reads' Braille by feeling for the raised dots wi

How do blind people communicate using braille?

They don't communicate through the use of braille they use it as  their form of reading they feel the words which in this case is a  series of dots and bumps which symbolise

When was the Louis Braille to help blind people read invented?

The Braille system was based on a method of communication originally developed by Charles Barbier in response to Napoleon's demand for a code that soldiers could use to commun