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On 2/5/19, Sarah k Alawami <marrie12@...> wrote:
If you start now you can get to atbest 80 words per minute which is
slow but doable. I would talk to yoru voc rehab for classes.
On 5 Feb 2019, at 6:59, Sociohack AC wrote:
I always had enough vision that I never felt the need of learning
Braille. I'm 22 and wish to learn it now. I need to make frequent
presentations in my class, and for now, I try and memorize all the
stuff I need to present. It's a difficult and time consuming task, I'm
thinking maybe learning Braille could help me in this regard. I see
myself in professions which might need frequent public speaking.
What do you guys suggest? Is learning Braille a good idea at this
point? How long will it take and how efficient can I get? I have read
on this forum that it is very difficult and you can't get very good at
it, if you start leaning it at an advanced age.
All feedback is welcome.
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