This morning my youngest daughter came to me and asked ”Daddy, do you have anything that uses braille to be readable for blind people” and I though I have. Turned out, I did not find anything. I showed her the our money, where coins and bank notes have a few helpful things to help visually impaired to differentiate the money. But then?
I thought, well, if I think of instruction manuals or cook books … nope.
I though, food packaging maybe … nope.
Oh yes, medical packaging.
But that was it, really. Made me sad somehow, but I guess that proofs what her teacher wanted: to show how less help actually exists and that this has to change.