Sharon embodies the same qualities as French Manon who has been successfully performing audiobooks for the Association Valentin Hauy
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Fisher completed a three-year effort to convince the Massachusetts state legislature to establish the New England Institution for the Education of the Blind, a school that was modeled after the work of Valentin Hauy
, the founder of the first school for blind children in Paris.
31) According to the founder of the national institute for the 'blind' in Paris, Valentin Hauy (1745-1822), the blind beggar also endangered the moral and physical well-being of the little boys who frequently accompanied the blind beggars.
44) The French Valentin Hauy, for example, recounted in his Essai sur l'education des aveugles how he was touched by the laughable sight of a bunch of blind musicians in a local cafe.
This method of writing for the blind was designed by Valentin Hauy
, who also founded the school that Louis attended.
Yesterday, the Valentin Hauy Association for the Blind and Partially Sighted and Le Cordon Bleu celebrated the publication of their first cookbook in Braille, Cuisiner sans voir avec Le Cordon Bleu (Cooking without seeing by Le Cordon Bleu).
Created in 1889 by Maurice de Sizeranne, the Valentin Hauy Association is the largest and the oldest French association for the blind and partially sighted.
Eventually, his talents were made known to a local nobleman, who assisted his acceptance and scholarship to the Institution Royale des Jeunes Aveugles (Royal Institution for Blind Youth), which was founded by Valentin Hauy, in Paris.
This new system soon replaced the raised-letters method of communication developed by Valentin Hauy.
Contact: Association Valentin Hauy
, Comite d'organization pour le Bicentenaire, Communication, 5 Rue Duroc, 75343 Paris Cedex 07, France; phone: +33-(0)1-44-49-27-27; web site: <www.
The Association Valentin Hauy
(AVH) and the National Institute for the Young Blind (INJA), both located in France, will celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Louis Braille by gathering braille specialists from around the world for an international conference, which is scheduled to take place January 5-8, 2009, in Paris.