National Braille Literacy Month

January is National Braille Literacy Awareness Month in honor of Louis Braille, who originally developed the Braille code nearly 200 years ago. Braille was born January 4, 1809, and developed the code of raised dots to make text readable for individuals, like himself, who were blind.



Just a quick note to say that it has been great working with you on the PR campaign for NO More Heart Disease. The morning drive time radio tour was a very effective way for us to get our message out to the right audience. I'm looking forward to the next one!
— PAUL KIRKITELOS, Health Well Ventures, Assistant to author Dr. Louis Ignarro