Do things that, when written in print, require placement in sheimos (such as shem Hashem and divrei Torah), need to be placed in sheimos when written in Braille? Would we say that since most people can't read it, it doesn't need to be put into sheimos; or, would we say that since a large portion of the population can read it, that it would require placement in sheimos?
Challenge: May divrei Torah written in braille be thrown in the garbage, or do they require genizah like divrei Torah written in normal script?
Solution: Since braille is a written language read by a wide audience of blind people, it has the same status as any other written script. Therefore, divrei Torah written in braille must be placed in genizah.
Torah works written in braille do not require burial. Rav Shlomo Aviner was posed this question and responded
Q: Do Sifrei Kodesh written in Braille require being placed in a Geniza?
A: No. This is not the type of script the Torah was discussing. There are Poskim, however, who do require them to be placed in a Geniza, since this is a type of lettering which many people consider to be a script (Ginzei Kodesh 10:3 #19 in the name of Ha-Rav Yosef Shalom Elyashiv). But the basis[sic] Halachah is that one can be lenient.