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Hosted by Alexandre Bellemare and Olivier D'Anjou, this podcast offers tips and tricks in the daily use of assistive technologies for the blind and low vision users. Many different topics are covered in this podcast. You'll learn about Braille displays, screen readers (JAWS, NVDA, VoiceOver, TalkBack), OCR technologies, recent technology innovations, and much more.
 
Hosts Dr. Grace Ambrose-Zaken, President and CEO Safe Toddles non-profit and Kelvin Crosby, CEO Smart Guider Inc (aka Deafblind potter) discuss safe mobility for learners who were born blind and visually impaired. Our focus is on the pediatric belt cane also known as the wearable toddler cane. Episodes include interviews those who grew up without path information before belt canes were available. Also, orientation and mobility specialists and families using this innovative mobility tool with ...
 
Welcome to the VI Talk. AudioBoom Channel. Part of VI Talk charity number 1165629. VI Talk is aimed at anyone with a visual impairment, anyone who knows someone who is visually impaired or anyone who has connections with an organisation or group that offers services or support to visually impaired people. You can find us in the following places. Facebook, search VI Talk for our Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/vitalk/) and Page (/https://www.facebook.com/vitalkpodcast) Twitter @VITalkP ...
 
Hi there! This podcast channel was created by a young lady with vision impairment. It's a casual audio blog sharing about Agus Sri's daily life as a visually impaired and also a lot of interesting stories. Enjoy listening! Hai! Podcast ini dibuat oleh Mbak-mbak dengan keterbatasan penglihatan. Ini adalah audio blog santai yang berbagi tentang kehidupan sehari-hari Agus Sri sebagai tunanetra dan juga banyak cerita menarik lainnya. Selamat mendengarkan!
 
Help I'm Going Blind! My Visually Impaired Podcast Ben documents his journey (apologies for using the word journey) as he delves into the world of visual impairment and wrestles with the challenges of losing his sight. Expect idiotic ramblings and anecdotes about bumping into things alongside the occasional emotional outpouring and a rare insightful observation (insightful observation? Get it?) Hit ben up on benwillsactor@outlook.com or @benwillsactor on Twitter
 
Im Richard Dugan, host of 'Tell Me Your Story”, NEW PARADIGMS FOR A NEW WORLD... To bring as many different points of view, from around the circle, into your view, to assist you in expanding your life and living. To assist in the positive evolution of mankind and bringing about a greater awareness of self and others in order to create the kind of world YOU want. A world in which we all can search for, find and fulfill our 'first best destiny'. GIVING YOU CHOICES AND KNOWLEDGE OF THOSE CHOICE ...
 
Welcome to Noisy Balls, a podcast brought to you by the Victorian Blind Cricket Association. We aim to inform, entertain, and keep you abreast of the goings on in blind cricket from around the world. Compelling discussion with fascinating people, highlighting the fact that no matter whether you are blind or visually impaired, this should never be a barrier for you to fulfill your sporting dreams.
 
Traveleyes organises group holidays with a difference. Half of our travellers are visually impaired and half are sighted. We travel all over the world and all we ask is that you share the adventure! This podcast is to show what holidays we have coming up, conversations with our team about what we are looking forward to, interviews with previous travellers and interviews with organisations that we are connected with. So please enjoy, comment, like and share!
 
This is a must-hear podcast for pet owners wanting access to the latest in pet quality of life and longevity. Whether your pet has fur, feathers, scales or shells, Cathy and Chris believe in treating your pet as a whole, both mind and body. Continuing a collaboration that began in 2003, Cathy and Chris share the gift of gab as well as their network in the pet rehab community. Using their vast expertise as Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioners (CCRPs), Cathy Symons CVT, CCRP, and Chri ...
 
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Blog post on gambrosez.wordpress.com and safetoddles.org/blog read aloud by Dr. Grace Ambrose-Zaken. The single-subject study on a one-year-old girl with optic nerve hypoplasia showed greater number of independent steps after wearing her pediatric belt cane for one month.Grace Ambrose-Zaken and Kelvin Crosby による
 
Back for our second dose are Robert Hair from Maryland School for the Blind; Gina Ouellette from the California School for the Blind; and Scott McCallum from the Washington State School for the Blind to discuss the positive things we have learned about educating blind and visually impaired students during the pandemic and the things they are most l…
 
2116 Super Lidar App (Apr. 14, 2021) Show Notes Developers are beginning to make use of LiDAR technology in some smart phones to assist those with impaired vision. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Shane Lowe from Supersense about their new Super Lidar app and how it makes use of LiDAR to analyze the distance and warn about obstacles that migh…
 
Important update on the progress since airing her recent podcast. Mary's update -he's wearing it more, in more places and those that know him best see positive changes! Yay Mary Stap and Van Buren Michigan schools for being such innovators!!Grace Ambrose-Zaken and Kelvin Crosby による
 
Kylie's son Matias was 20 months old when she discovered pediatric belt canes. He is blind due to leber congenital amaurosis and wasn't walking independently. He is four now and is able to use his long cane correctly, artfully as he walks independently in his neighborhood. Matias didn't want to wear his cane, at first. Kylie recommends that parents…
 
2115 Coping with Vision Loss (Apr. 7, 2021) Show Notes Paul Wallis is a low vision optometrist whose treatment relies on dealing with the psychological adjustment to vision loss before engaging patients in the use of adaptive aids. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with him about types of vision loss, his methods, as well as about his book “Macular…
 
Your dog is an athlete. You ask him to perform feats of athleticism on a daily basis whether you realize it or not: jumping into the back of your SUV from a stance, sprinting across the field for a ball, hiking up that steep trail, or running beside you for your morning jog. And then there’s the “squirrel’s revenge!” Yes, your dog always sees that …
 
June Allison discovered Safe Toddles through a social media post. She immediately recognized the pediatric belt cane as something that could help her adopted 2-year-old son Caeden. Caeden has cortical visual impairment and cerebral palsy. Caeden has lower field loss and reduced contrast sensitivity which makes it difficult for him to have confidenc…
 
While the pandemic has affected everyone in some way it hasn't affected everyone in the same way. Joining us this week we have asked superintendents Robert Hair from Maryland School for the Blind; Gina Ouellette from the California School for the Blind; and Scott McCallum from the Washington State School for the Blind who, along with our own Emily …
 
2114 Traveling Through Southern Africa (Mar. 31, 2021) Show Notes Tony Giles, also known as “Tony The Traveller”, joins host Nancy and Peter Torpey once again to talk about his latest book entitled “Seeing a Slice of Southern Africa My Way”. Tony’s stories as a solo traveler who is totally blind and partially deaf are filled with fun and adventure,…
 
2113 Understanding Your Body (Mar. 24, 2021) Show Notes Krishna Washburn is a professional ballet dancer and instructor who runs Dark Room Ballet. She believes that visually impaired people could benefit from having a better understanding of how their bodies and body parts work. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with her about her instructional met…
 
That is the question! Tune in as Cathy and Chris hotly debate this subject. Cathy describes her “experiment” eating out of a bowl on the floor – try it! Is every dog a candidate? How high should the bowl be raised? What are the biomechanical advantages for your pet? What is a possible con to raising the bowl if you have a larger dog? What diagnoses…
 
Mary Stap is a Teacher of the Visually Impaired and Orientation and Mobility specialist trained early intervention and elementary school teacher. She describes her approach to working with Donovan, a child with septo optic dysplasia (SOD) who has significant sensory challenges.Grace Ambrose-Zaken and Kelvin Crosby による
 
2112 Steering the Course to a Career In Science (Mar. 17, 2021) Show Notes Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey first interviewed Rebecca Alford in 2011 when she was in high school. Despite being visually impaired she went on to win the Intel Science competition and we’ve been following her progress ever since. Now with a Ph.D. in chemical and biomechanica…
 
With the proliferation of streaming media- especially over the last year- many have become familiar with the audio describing services that companies make available for their visually impaired audiences. But- in a time and place when gathering in crowds is not a public health problem- the same applies to live theater (and some places you may never …
 
The first known, dedicated wheelchair was invented in 1595 for Phillip II of Spain. Now there are pediatric motorized wheelchairs made so that children who are three years old can operate them independently. The first electric hearing aid was created in 1898. It is possible to be fitted with hearing aids within the first weeks or months after birth…
 
Elga Joffee has been an advocate of the pediatric belt cane since its inception and in this interview describes the positive outcomes it had for two of her students in North Carolina. She knows of what she speaks. Elga entered the O&M profession as a graduate student in 1971. She has taught O&M to children in the US and Israel. She is the recipient…
 
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