Helen Keller Day
An event dedicated to an amazing woman who was deprived of a lot, but managed to achieve excellence, is Helen Keller Day. Follow the life path of this outstanding person with an intelligence level of 160. This is admirable. What has this extraordinary woman become famous for?
Helen Keller was born in Alabama in 1880. In childhood, the baby fell ill with an infectious disease. The vision, hearing, and the ability to speak were impaired. The child was shown to specialists in Boston. There the girl met her teacher, named Anne Sullivan. She had poor eyesight, but learned to read herself and began to teach children with a lack of vision. The technique of sensory perception was used. Thanks to the training, Helen went to college. It was an outstanding precedent. The national day in honor of a stunning woman was established in 2006 with the support of the President.
Keller wrote a book. She described her condition and difficulties. Americans took the story warmly, sympathetically.
- Helen managed to prove herself in public speaking. She overcame her fear of public speaking and conveyed her thoughts and statements to the audience with the help of an interpreter.
- The example of Helen Keller has become an inspiring incentive to progress in the field of adaptation and socialization of people with various degrees of disability.
- Among the progressive ideas that this woman preached were racial and gender equality.
Helen Keller did not get married. She was in love, but her heart was broken.
How to celebrate
Read the biography; find out what the Braille font is and how it works. Helen was able to get an education and learn a lot. Make a donation to the charity society for the blind. Keller supported it.
When is Helen Keller Day celebrated in 2022?
Helen Keller Day is observed on June 27 each year.