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Continuing the Tradition: Santa Letters in Braille

By December 21, 2020February 3rd, 2021ACCESSIBILITY NEWS

Santa holding letter on wooden table with gift boxesThe holiday season is upon us, which means we are busy helping Santa respond to children’s letters in braille.

For children, receiving a letter from Santa Claus is a great joy during this time of year. In fact, it is something that all children should have the chance to experience, regardless of disability. That is why T-Base has committed to helping Santa transcribe children’s letters in braille for over ten years. By doing so, children who are blind get to feel the magic of the holidays in the same way as their sighted friends.

T-Base’s Partnership with Santa

Many people wonder how the partnership between Santa and T-Base works. Every year, T-Base receives a call from Santa Claus himself. He tells us how many children need letters in braille. Santa provides us with his print response to each child’s letter, and then our Transcription team gets to work. As is the case with all documents we transcribe, Santa’s letters go through rigorous quality assurance checks to ensure nothing is amiss and that the transcribed documents meet Santa’s high expectations. Finally, we help pack up the letters for Santa to deliver.

We Thank You

To our customers, partners and friends, thank you for a wonderful year and for recognizing the importance of alternate formats. We look forward to continuing to meet your accessibility needs in 2021.

Happy Holidays!

Jeff Jullion

Jeff Jullion

Manager of Education Accessibility Communications  at T-Base Communications Inc.