Did you know?
Every thirty seconds, a person loses their sight permanently. Every minute, a child loses the joy of seeing. They are members of our families, friends, neighbours, colleagues. We admire their creativity, thirst for knowledge and ambition they approach with the daily challenges of their lives.
The absence of color is an impossible concept to imagine for those who have lived in color, and, therefore, they never really acknowledged it to be such an important topic. Color is always a concept that we take for granted and frequently we fail in noticing its wonderment. Until now, the chromatic communication among people who were born blind and with others, as well, was impossible.
The tactile alphabet of colors is an essential factor in closing the gap between colors and the blind. Scripor alphabet opens a spectrum to an accessible inclusive world, providing people with visual impairments access to social integration, color education, art, fashion, products, and services inaccessible until now.
You definitely know one of them.
Or for sure you have noticed one.
People who are legally blind will benefit, as well as people who are unable to read. So will persons who cannot see all or some color(s) (achromatopsia – color blindness). Surprising results from recent studies reveal that the Scripor alphabet can also help children/adults with Down syndrome, intellectual disabilities and learning difficulties. Parents, health professionals, teachers, caregivers and others who interact with visually and intellectually disabled people will have enhanced reciprocal experiences.