“The way blindness is perceived is far more disabling than blindness itself. The story of blind people is not the story most think it is. It is not a story of pity and charity. It is the story of thinking outside the box and seeing no limits.”
Natalina is the President of Braille Literacy Canada, a Ph.D Candidate at the University of Montreal, and a passionate advocate for accessibility and inclusion. Her research focuses on braille and haptics, and on braille teaching and learning throughout adulthood. An avid traveler, her most memorable trip was visiting the house of Louis Braille.