Cards are there to be used. There are charge cards, still very much in existence today, and these must be used with the utmost care and responsibility. And while you may feel as though you could really go to town with your playing cards, it is quite another matter when receiving a hand of poker cards, especially when there is money on the table and more especially when the proverbial chips are down. And there are reading and learning cards that are well worth their weight in gold. But braille cards is, again, quite another matter altogether.
Needless to say, braille cards cannot be read in the strictest sense of the word. But they must be touched and felt. Dear readers here, do try and appreciate that this is how blind people and severely sight impaired folks must ‘read’. Thank goodness for braille cards. This means that folks like these never need to be left behind. Generally speaking, people who are blind from a young age, or born blind, will be attending so-called blind schools. There they will be taught how to read and write, would you believe, in their own language.
It is as close as they are going to come to being able to live a normal life in the real world. And yes, it is quite true, many of them are able to call in for a regular job, just like everybody else. It is never the end of the line for them and every morning when they wake up, the sun does shine, one way or another. Losing eyesight suddenly and dramatically owing to an accident or severe illness is going to be quite traumatic at best. Here again, those interactive braille cards will help.