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    Auslan Braille Tactile Signs & Cards | An Interactive Education Range

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    Auslan Braille Tactile Signs

    Auslan Braille Tactile Signs

    An Interactive Learning Alphabet

    An Interactive Learning Alphabet

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    Auslan Braille Tactile Signs

    Auslan Braille Tactile Signs

    An Interactive Learning Alphabet

    An Interactive Learning Alphabet

    Inclusive

    Educational

    Fun

    Interactive

    Durable

    Hygienic

    Inclusive

    Educational

    Fun

    Interactive

    Durable

    Hygienic

    The Range

    BTS (Aust) are excited to showcase our exclusive Auslan Braille Tactile Signs & Cards; an interactive learning Alphabet Range.

     

    This exciting range of 26 Signs or 52 Cards offers a fun, educational and interactive set of Alphabetical signs comprising of Braille & Tactile Lettering matched with images of the Auslan Sign Language.
    Featuring each letter of the alphabet along with a word that identifies activities or landmarks around parks and nature environments.

     

    Each word is nationally recognised in Australian Sign Language (Auslan) and is suitable for use Australia Wide!

    The Range

    BTS (Aust) are excited to showcase our exclusive Auslan Braille Tactile Signs & Cards; an interactive learning Alphabet Range.

     

    This exciting range of 26 Signs or 52 Cards offers a fun, educational and interactive set of Alphabetical signs comprising of Braille & Tactile Lettering matched with images of the Auslan Sign Language.
    Featuring each letter of the alphabet along with a word that identifies activities or landmarks around parks and nature environments.

     

    Each word is nationally recognised in Australian Sign Language (Auslan) and is suitable for use Australia Wide!

    Key Education Tool

    If your school, library, council or organisation is interested in the inclusion and education of languages used by people who are blind or have low vision levels (Braille & Tactile) as well as people who are deaf or have low hearing levels (Auslan), this fun and interactive set of signs is your education solution for children and adults alike!

    Key Education Tool

    If your school, library, council or organisation is interested in the inclusion and education of languages used by people who are blind or have low vision levels (Braille & Tactile) as well as people who are deaf or have low hearing levels (Auslan), this fun and interactive set of signs is your education solution for children and adults alike!

    Installations

    Ringwood Heights Primary School

    Eltham Copper Butterfly Park

    Eltham Copper Butterfly Park

    Eltham Copper Butterfly Park

    Reviews From Students

    It's important we have these special signs in our school so we can learn Braille and Auslan, not only in class but in the yard too.

    Whenever I run past, I stop and look and practise my Auslan I'm getting better at it!

    Tobias (9)

    At lunch time we play “schools”, and we give each other words and try to find all the letters with our eyes closed. We touch the braille, and we try to figure out how to spell the word.

    Lola (10)

    I often touch the Braille to get familiar with other ways to communicate. It helps me understand that we all have different strengths and skills, and we all learn differently.

    Ben (10)

    When the bell goes, I always see people walking past feeling all the braille letters to get in one more practice!

    Mia (7)

    Installations

    Ringwood Heights Primary School

    Eltham Copper Butterfly Park

    Eltham Copper Butterfly Park

    Eltham Copper Butterfly Park

    Reviews From Students

    It's important we have these special signs in our school so we can learn Braille and Auslan, not only in class but in the yard too.

    Whenever I run past, I stop and look and practise my Auslan I'm getting better at it!

    Tobias (9)

    At lunch time we play “schools”, and we give each other words and try to find all the letters with our eyes closed. We touch the braille, and we try to figure out how to spell the word.

    Lola (10)

    I often touch the Braille to get familiar with other ways to communicate. It helps me understand that we all have different strengths and skills, and we all learn differently.

    Ben (10)

    When the bell goes, I always see people walking past feeling all the braille letters to get in one more practice!

    Mia (7)

    "Sign Language Is For Everyone"

    - Kathy Clark

    "Sign Language Is For Everyone"

    - Kathy Clark

    Standard Range

    We have designed & created two standard options to choose from that suits most environments, activities and applications.

    All Signs & Cards are Weather Resistant and able to be kept Hygienically Clean with the option of our Anti-Graffiti and UV Stabilising Coating available for external/outdoor installation.

    Cards - Standard Finish

    Lightweight & Smooth to Touch.
    Suitable for handheld use indoors and outdoors such as within classrooms, in libraries and around the playground.

    Colour:                  Black on Silver
    Material:            0.5mm Polycarbonate
    Technology:      Premium Continuous Surface Encapsulated Polycarbonate Membrane
    Backing:              1mm Flexible HIPS (1.5mm thickness overall)

    Signs - Standard External Finish

    Durable and Weather Resistant.
    Suitable for use outdoors fixed to structures or walls.

    Colour:                   Black on Silver
    Material:            0.5mm Polycarbonate
    Technology:       Premium Continuous Surface Encapsulated Polycarbonate Membrane
    Backing:                1mm Aluminium
    Protection:          Anti-Graffiti + UV Stabilising Coating
    Fixings:              Holes (Optional)

    Installation:     Adhesive or Screws

    The Designs

    Contact Us To View All Designs

    Standard Range

    We have designed & created two standard options to choose from that suits most environments, activities and applications.

    All signs are Weather Resistant and able to be kept Hygienically Clean with the option of our Anti-Graffiti and UV Stabilising Coating available for external/outdoor installation.

    Cards - Standard Internal Finish

    Lightweight & Smooth to Touch.
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    uitable for handheld use indoors such as within classrooms or in libraries.

    Colour:             Black on Silver
    Material:            0.5mm Polycarbonate
    Technology:     Premium Continuous Surface Encapsulated Polycarbonate Membrane
    Backing:           1mm Flexible HIPS (1.5mm thickness overall)

    Signs - Standard External Finish

    Durable and Weather Resistant.
    Suitable for use outdoors such as fixed to structures or walls.

    Colour:              Black on Silver
    Material:            0.5mm Polycarbonate
    Technology:      Premium Continuous Surface Encapsulated Polycarbonate Membrane
    Backing:            1mm Aluminium
    Protection:        Anti-Graffiti + UV Stabilising Coating
    Fixings:              Holes (Optional)

    Installation:       Adhesive or Screws

    The Designs

    Contact Us to View The Full Range

    Contact our friendly Sales Team on 03 9876 0898 at BTS (Aust) today to order your standard set of Auslan Braille Tactile Signs

    Customise

    Get creative and make this range suited to your school, community, and environment by customising our signs to your specifications or branding. This can include different colours, digital graphics, shapes and sizes.

    We can also customise our sign finishes and backing options depending on your requirements to make them suitable for unique interactions, environments or applications.

    Submit a Quote Request Below or call our friendly Sales Team to order your custom signs and work with our Creative Design Team to create your unique set, suited to your application & requirements.

    Contact our friendly Sales Team on 03 9876 0898 today to order your standard set of Auslan Braille Tactile Signs or Cards

    Customise

    Get creative and make this range suited to your school, community, and environment by customising our signs to your specifications or branding. This can include different colours, digital graphics, shapes and sizes.

    We can also customise our sign finishes and backing options depending on your requirements to make them suitable for unique interactions, environments or applications.

    Submit a Quote Request Below or call our friendly Sales Team to order your custom signs and work with our Creative Design Team to create your unique set, suited to your application & requirements.

    Customise

    Get creative and make this range suited to your school, community, and environment by customising our signs to your specifications or branding. This can include different colours, digital graphics, shapes and sizes.

    We can also customise our sign finishes and backing options depending on your requirements to make them suitable for unique interactions, environments or applications.

    Submit a Quote Request Below or call our friendly Sales Team to order your custom signs and work with our Creative Design Team to create your unique set, suited to your application & requirements.

    Testimonial

    It is lovely seeing the students interact and play with the A-Z Auslan and Braille signage. It was important to hear from our students as to where and how these signs should be displayed in our yard.

    The grade 3 and 4 students decided to redesign an area of our school and painted creative designs on to fence palings to match each word on our signs.

    The students take great pride in this area of our yard and are proud to be learning to communicate in inclusive ways. These signs, in conjunction with our Auslan Program help us make this possible.

    Chris and the whole team at Braille Tactile Signs (BTS) were wonderful to work with. Throughout the process we were offered a range of design options including colour ways and finishes to suit our desired vision.

    They were efficient and helpful, and it was a pleasure to work with them on this project. We will be working with them soon to continue to make sure our school has appropriate signage for all.

    Eliza Wood - Ringwood Heights Primary School

    Get Inspired

    Testimonial

    It is lovely seeing the students interact and play with the A-Z Auslan and Braille signage. It was important to hear from our students as to where and how these signs should be displayed in our yard.

    The grade 3 and 4 students decided to redesign an area of our school and painted creative designs on to fence palings to match each word on our signs.

    The students take great pride in this area of our yard and are proud to be learning to communicate in inclusive ways. These signs, in conjunction with our Auslan Program help us make this possible.

    Chris and the whole team at Braille Tactile Signs (BTS) were wonderful to work with. Throughout the process we were offered a range of design options including colour ways and finishes to suit our desired vision.

    They were efficient and helpful, and it was a pleasure to work with them on this project. We will be working with them soon to continue to make sure our school has appropriate signage for all.

    Eliza Wood - Ringwood Heights Primary School

    Get Inspired

    "The signs really show off our school values and it is really welcoming for students and families."

    - Ashlee (10) from Ringwood Heights Primary School

    "The signs really show off our school values and it is really welcoming for students and families."

    - Ashlee (10) from Ringwood Heights Primary School

    What is Auslan?

    Auslan is the language of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. It is used by people who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Autistic, non-verbal and selective mute amongst others to convey thoughts, ideas, opinions, feelings, emotions and information.

    Auslan uses a combination of Handshapes (38 +), Orientation, Location and Movement to convey both simple and complex communication. Access to learning Auslan can also help the hearing community overcome barriers they face when communicating with people who use Auslan only.

    Did You Know?
    Just as the spoken language changes, there are different sign languages used around the world in different countries!

     

    The Range

    BTS (Aust) are excited to showcase our exclusive Auslan Braille Tactile Signs; an interactive learning Alphabet Range.

     

    This exciting range of 26 or 52 signs offers a fun, educational and interactive set of Alphabetical signs comprising of Braille & Tactile Lettering matched with images of the Auslan Sign Language.
    Featuring each letter of the alphabet along with a word that identifies activities or landmarks around parks and nature environments.

     

    Each word is nationally recognised in Australian Sign Language (Auslan) and is suitable for use Australia Wide!

    What Is Braille?

    Braille is a Tactile Code that represents the written language for people who are blind or have low vision, allowing them to read and write independently.

    The alphabet, Numbers and Symbols are represented by patterns of raised dots that are felt and read with the fingertips. Each character is made up of a different combination of 6 dots within a cell. The cell is made up of 2 columns and 3 rows.

    Did You Know?
    The Braille Code we know and use today was created by Louis Braille in 1824 at the age of 15.

    What Does Tactile Mean?

    Tactile means "of or connected with the sense of touch."

    Tactile Text is read also by people who are blind or have low vision levels.

    Tactile elements are any raised Text, Braille, Symbols or Graphics on signs or surfaces that can be read through touch.

    These visible elements are also able to be read by the sighted.

    What Is Braille?

    Braille is a Tactile Code that represents the written language for people who are blind or have low vision, allowing them to read and write independently.

    The alphabet, Numbers and Symbols are represented by patterns of raised dots that are felt and read with the fingertips. Each character is made up of a different combination of 6 dots within a cell. The cell is made up of 2 columns and 3 rows.

     

    Did You Know?
    The Braille Code we know and use today was created by Louis Braille in 1824 at the age of 15.

    What Does Tactile Mean?

    Tactile means "of or connected with the sense of touch."

    Tactile Text is read also by people who are blind or have low vision levels.

    Tactile elements are any raised Text, Braille, Symbols or Graphics on signs or surfaces that can be read through touch.

    These visible elements are also able to be read by the sighted.

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