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A FEW SIMPLE CHANGES WOULD ASSIST THE BLIND

As a blind person, I would like to offer two suggestions that would help increase our independence and make our lives a little easier.

First, every restaurant should have at least one Braille menu. To walk into a restaurant and be able to choose what we would like for our meal would certainly be a pleasurable experience. It would not be too expensive for a restaurant owner to have one Braille menu.

Second, every public building and hospital should have Braille labels made for their elevators. This would save us from depending on others in this situation. Again, it would not be cost-prohibitive.

NANCY PATTERSON

Lancaster

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