It was Gracie’s son, Wani, who inspired her to create her brilliant braille patches. When Wani was younger, he wanted to be able to get dressed on his own but struggled with things like lining up buttons and getting his socks on the right way. Designed for kids who are blind or are visually impaired, these raised braille patches are easily sewn on or ironed onto socks, shoes and shirts. And they let kids figure out left from right (for shoes) or back from the front (for socks) by simply reading. Kids can also use them to line up buttons on their Sunday best dress shirts.
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