Braille stickers allow parents to create loving notes for their kids…
A nice touch for parents of visually-impaired kids. Kellogg’s in the US has partnered with the National Federation of the Blind to create Rice Krispie Treats packs that allow parents to leave braille love notes for their kids’ lunchboxes. The idea follows research from Kapable, (Kellogg’s own resource group for those with disabilities) which showed that 62,000 US school children identify as blind or visually impaired.
Parents order the heart-shaped stickers for free from the Rice Krispies site and apply them directly to the packs. For kids who can’t read braille, Kellogg’s also created a box that holds a Rice Krispies Treat and plays a pre-recorded voice message when opened. The device has a simple button to record, and parents can re-record messages more than 1000 times.
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