Under the guidance of experienced teachers, you can for free learn Braille.
We offer one course date each week for full copy and an appointment for shorthand at.
New students are very welcome!
Entry into our courses is possible in February and September.
Six points change the world of blind people
Braille, or Braille, was developed by Louis Braille in 1825. The basic form of Braille consists of six tactile dots in three rows and two columns. The meaning of a character results from the number of points and their position. A small disadvantage of Braille is its enormous space requirement, because in the basic script there is one character for each letter. The full typeface combines common letter combinations, such as B. ie, sch, eu in one character. Shorthand makes it possible to read Braille just as quickly as blackprint.