What has been the impact of your solution to date?
Children who have a Braillin doll find in it an object with which they identify, through it, they can demonstrate to others that the system they used for writing and reading can be fun and even learned by other children.
At school, is an excellent tool for learning assistance prior to teaching the system, then, for the application specifically of its teaching ..
Teachers and parents are related and give publicity to the idea of Braillin. Thus, contact me and request the production of other Braillines.
I find it impossible to meet the demand for dolls, and now and because of the lack of financial resources to produce them in series, I make them by hand.
What is your projected impact over the next 1-3 years?
That those involved with children with visual impairment, gradually become aware of the existence and use Braillin multiplying in special schools for blind and in the common schools, where they develop their first contacts with Braille
People from other countries in Latin America have access to this material, spreading the benefits of learning through playful elements.
Provide resources to making Braillin at industrial level.
What barriers might hinder the success of your project? How do you plan to overcome them?
The barriers have to do in my case, with the lack of financial resources to develop the idea at industrial level
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The dissemination of Braillin within the country, will result in attracting the interest of neighboring countries
Founding Story: We want to hear about your "Aha!" moment. Share the story of where and when the founder(s) saw this solution's potential to change the world [125 words]
The presence of a blind child in regular schools is attractive to their fellow students, to know the meaning of the universe of dots that blind children use to write and read.
An innovative experience in which I had the opportunity to teach these children, Braille, raised the need for a particularly innovative didactic element.
At that time, the idea of incorporating the sign generator Braille letters, to an item near the children's interests ... and transform this sign, in a didactic toy.