A Hempstead mom’s vision for her blind son
Gracie Bernedth, 40, discovered her son Wani, 8, was blind at the mere age of 3 month. She had an epiphany to make his life easier through Braille labeled clothing. She began a clothing line for blind and visually impaired people called Braille Code. The clothing line assists children and adults with getting dressed more efficiently and independently. “Why not have a clothing line that they can call their own?,” Gracie exclaims. This is a story of one mother’s solution to her son’s disability and the ingenuity she shares with others.
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