A jewelry store created a custom Braille necklace for a 14-year-old girl who is losing her eyesight, KMBC News reports.
Zoe Murrow, a student at the Kansas State School for the Blind, is gradually losing her hearing and eyesight because of Usher Syndrome.
Her cousin, Kassidi Kaemmer, wanted to give Zoe a special gift for her birthday. Kassidi's mother works for Joslin's Jewelry and asked Elicia Joslin for help.
Joslin created a silver bar necklace with a raised heart and Zoe's name written in Braille.
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