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Sep 10, 2018

How to support Rehabilitation Awareness program with custom wristbands

Rehabilitation week is being observed from the year 1976 and this year it is from the 16th to the 22nd of September. Each year September is observed as the National Rehabilitation Awareness month. The purpose of the month is to educate and create an awareness about the impact and benefits of physical rehabilitation for the children and adults.

Rehabilitation Awareness Wristbands
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Jun 25, 2018

Deaf-Blind Awareness Week - Ways to Support

Every year the last week of June is observed as the Helen-Keller Deaf-Blind Awareness Week. This year it is from 25th to the 30th of June. Formally the Deaf-Blind Awareness day is celebrated on the 27th of June which is also the anniversary of Helen Keller’s birth.

Deaf-Blind Awareness Wristbands
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Jun 20, 2016

Celebrating Four Years of Custom Braille Wristbands

Celebrating Four Years of Custom Braille Wristbands

Four years ago, a customer approached Amazing Wristbands to see if it would be possible to design a custom message in embossed braille. The company embraced the challenge, and carefully crafted the raised dots to perfectly reflect the customer’s message and contact information. Since then, Amazing Wristbands has created numerous Braille wristbands for customers - it’s an exclusive, made-to-order accessory.

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About Braille

Invented in the 1800s by Louis Braille, the system incorporates a pattern of raised dots that a visually impaired person touches to read. The dots are arranged in groups of up to six in a “cell,” and each cell can represent a letter, a number, punctuation, or even a word. If just one dot is missing, extra, or out of place, an entire word could be misread - which could completely change the meaning of a message.
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