It’s that time of year again: We’re helping Santa and his elves respond to children’s letters in braille.
The holiday season is a magical time for people of all ages, but it’s an especially magical time for children. Part of the magic is receiving a letter from Kris Kringle himself. Isn’t it amazing to hear how Rudolph and co. are prepping for the big night and the kinds of cookies Santa loves? And of course it’s nice to receive confirmation that Santa has your wish list and you in mind.
It’s important that all children get to experience this magic, so every year we help make that happen. We work with Santa and his elves to respond to children in braille. Remember: Alternate formats play an integral role in communicating effectively with people who are blind or low vision, regardless of whether you’re sending a detailed bank statement or heartwarming letter from the North Pole. Check out this video to learn more:
Santa Letters in Braille – Video Described
Let’s get the word out that Monday, Dec. 11, 2017, is the last day to mail a letter to the North Pole. (If you send one after, he might not have enough time to respond before the Dec. 25th!)
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