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VIVR (Visually Impaired Virtual Reality) is a weekly audio podcast which discusses VR experiences currently available for the HTC Vive. In addition to a general review of each VR experience, the podcast specifically addresses issues that low vision players may face when playing certain games, as well as different approaches to playing that may make it easier for low vision players to enjoy the game. The creator of this podcast is currently in no way affiliated with HTC or any other game deve ...
 
Ramblings, and various events going on in my life. Some thoughts and opinions, on what’s going on in the world around me, and stuff on my mind. I live just a simple, ordinary life. Hear how I live, as a visually impaired guy. Cover art photo provided by Daniele Levis Pelusi on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@yogidan2012
 
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.
 
Celebrating skill-building and community among authors who are visually impaired is the major goal of this vibrant, interactive podcast. Authors Cheryl McNeill Fisher and Dr. Kathy King co-host this lively podcast which offers writers, new and experienced, opportunities to learn valuable writing skills, participate in guest interviews, and share strategies and insights. Writing Works Wonders is hosted weekly on a live zoom call, distributed as a podcast, and syndicated on American Council of ...
 
Hey! We are Alex & Lau. 2 Visually impaired mid-twenty years old chatter boxes interested in sharing tips for make-up, cooking and dealing with mental health issues. There will be lots of laugh's, nattering and maybe a tear along the way! Disclaimer: This content is exclusively managed by Caters News. To license or use in a commercial player please contact licencing@catersnews.com or call +44 121 616 1100 / +1 646 380 1615
 
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Blind Tech Guys

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Blind Tech Guys

Marco Curralejo, Kirt Manwaring

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Blind Tech Guys is here to bridge the gap for blind and visually impaired users of technology. We discuss all things related to tech; however, we mainly focus on Android, iOS and mobile devices from a blind and visually impaired perspective. If you have any questions or suggestions for future podcasts, please send an email to contact@blindtechguys.com.
 
"OSSB Inside and Out" is a Podcast by Brendon Hamblin about The Ohio State School for the Blind (OSSB). It explores the lives of students and staff (then and now) and their experiences being, and working with, visually impaired persons. Brendon features guests from the school and it's different departments.
 
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!
 
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 ...
 
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PEI 2 RIO

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PEI 2 RIO

Tall Can Audio

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Follow the twists and turns of Amy Burk, a visually impaired, Canadian Paralympic athlete on her journey from humble beginnings in Charlottetown, PEI all the way to the top of her game at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio, Brazil.
 
If you are a person who's life has been directly affected by physical sight loss, then this is the podcast for you! Whether you are the VIP (Visually Impaired Person) or a Sighted Supporter, LASLR is the place to find encouragement and information on discovering life after sight loss. Join hosts Derek and April as they share their experiences and insights from the last 17+ years of living life with visual impairment. This is more than just how to be blind...it is discovering life!
 
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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Noisy Balls

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Noisy Balls

Marco Curralejo

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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.
 
Professor Saeid Nahavandi is the director of Deakin University’s Centre for Intelligent Systems Research (CISR). Through investigating and developing algorithms and methodologies which provide practical resolutions for real problems in the world. Accompanied by a generation of robotic control systems help the improvement of investigations and venture consistency . (CISR) at Deakin is filled with more than 50 researchers in the centre. Haptic Enabled Art Realisation Project:The Haptic Enabled ...
 
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Show Notes, Episode 39, Round Robin- Turkey Talk & Trot Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King CREATIVITY BUILDING - Writing exercises with friends! We explore the benefits of improvisation for writers as we debrief on the process. This episode includes our newest improvisations, stories, and round robin escapades! All include a Thanksgiving…
 
2149 Encore of 1637 Waitressing in the Dark (Dec. 1, 2021) Show Notes “Dining in the dark” restaurants have opened in many countries. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey speak with Christine Malec, author and massage therapist, about the 2 years she spent as a blind waitress in a totally dark restaurant. She describes the dining and serving experience whe…
 
What do you get when you take people and dogs of all shapes and sizes and ask them to race through an obstacle course? AGILITY! Of course, there's lots more to it than that, but agility is fundamentally about enhancing the relationship with your dog. Essentially, you learn to talk to one another! You learn how to read their signals, motivate them, …
 
Show Notes, Episode 38, Holiday Books- Seamus King Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Why would authors want to write holiday books?What ideas can blossom into holiday books?Why do readers seem interested in these books?How do editors assist authors? The author of “Midwinter Gifts” and editor/publisher of “Mistletoe and Snow” discusses s…
 
2148 Talk Description to Me (Nov. 24, 2021) Show Notes J.J. Hunt is an audio describer and storyteller. Christine Malec is an inquisitive member of the blind and partially sighted community who’s always wondering about something. Together they host and produce the “Talk Description to Me” podcast. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with the pair abo…
 
Show Notes, Episode 37, Celebrating Our Authors Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Need fresh ideas for your reading or shopping lists? We have the event for you! In this special Author Showcase episode, authors from our American Council of the Blind (ACB) Community, Behind Our Eyes, and beyond share their books and where to find them. H…
 
2147 The Unexpected Path (Nov. 17, 2021) Show Notes “Guiding Emily” was written by Barbara Hinske and describes the journey of a newly blinded woman with her first guide dog. Emily’s story is continued in the newly released sequel “The Unexpected Path”. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Barbara about her new book, its inspiration, and what she…
 
So your dog has an injury? Lesson one: the nervous system is adaptable. Lesson two: don't be afraid to touch your pet! It does more than you might ever imagine. Whether it’s a neurologic or orthopedic injury, providing sensory input can help the body to heal faster and more fully. Sensory input is smell (a huge part of the dog's brain in devoted to…
 
In this episode, Emily will explore what it means to work in family engagement. You'll hear from Edgenie Bellah and Yolanda Shaw, some of the hurdles educators and families both struggle with, and how we all ultimately hope to keep the child's best interests at heart. Expert Katherine Houck will also provide further information about family engagem…
 
Show Notes Episode 36, Character Round Robin Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Talent, creativity and laughter abound in Episode 36. Join in this event and experience the power of improvisation hidden within author creativity! We include an introduction so that you may participate with us individually, or use this technique with writing…
 
2146 Running with Google Project Guideline (Nov. 10, 2021) Show Notes Google’s “Project Guideline” is an early stage research project aimed at enabling those with vision loss to run independently. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Bill Ma, director of IT and operations and Jessy DiNapoli, manager of admissions at Guiding Eyes for the Blind abo…
 
Show Notes, Episode 35, Mur Lafferty & Science Fiction Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Why would an author lock up her Switch gaming station? What is fanfiction? Where do we access free original sci fi podcast magazines? And which publications purchase short stories from authors? Mur Lafferty, our first guest author of Science Fiction…
 
2145 Accessibility of Android Devices Past and Present (Nov. 3, 2021) Show Notes The accessibility of Android devices has continued to improve over the years and is now a viable option for those who are visually impaired. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Austin Pinto, Warren Carr and Mariam Mohsen from the Blind Android Users team about how A…
 
What do you mean you've never had a pet tortoise? Well, neither have we! Listen to pet parent, Kasey Kuchinski, talk all about what its like having a tortoise for a pet. There's lots to ensuring that a tortoise like Ethel thrives. For Kasey and her husband, Dan, having Ethel is a match made in heaven. Every aspect of Ethel's care is addressed from …
 
Few things are more helpful to the parent of a blind, visually impaired, or deafblind child than being able to connect with other parents who know the joy, and also the struggles, of their situation. Amy Potts, Barbara Knighton, and Patty Bushland join us this month to talk about how they started TSBVI Family Lynx and how it's helping parents of st…
 
Show Notes, Episode 24, Elephants & Common Ground, Peter Altschul Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Discover how learning to ride elephants helps us build bridges! Peter Altschul, author, blogger and podcaster, reveals how he captures his professional work and life in dynamic nonfiction. An author of three books, who is also blind, Pete…
 
2144 Accessibility Features Introduced in iOS 15 (Oct. 27, 2021) Show Notes Every year Apple releases a new and improved operating system for iOS devices. Each release also often comes with new accessibility features, and this year is no exception. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Dean Hudson, Apple’s Accessibility Evangelist, about some of t…
 
Show Notes, Episode 33, Audio Prompting - Ann Chiappetta Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Public speaking workshop!! Do you speak from notes, but have difficulty seeing them? Join this workshop for reading aloud with audio support. Our guest, Annie Chiappetta, demonstrates and coaches us in “Audio Prompting” technique. She describes in…
 
2143 UN Resolution Commits Countries to Eye Care (Oct. 20, 2021) Show Notes Many people around the world suffer from vision problems that are readily treatable. A new United Nations resolution aims to address this problem. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Jessica Thompson, Head of Policy and Advocacy at the International Agency for the Preven…
 
2142 Birdability (Oct. 13, 2021) Show Notes Birdability is an organization whose mission is to make birding accessible to all. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Freya McGregor, Birdability Coordinator and Occupational Therapist, and Michael Hurben, avid birder with vision loss, about the organization and how anyone can enjoy birding and the wo…
 
Chiropractic for pets? Yup, it’s a thing. A really good thing! If you notice that your pet is not moving quite right or is holding themselves oddly, chiro may be the answer. And its not what you may think in terms of snap, crackle, pop. It’s a very gentle manual technique that our furry family members are surprisingly amenable to. Why? Because it m…
 
Show Notes, Episode 32, Smashwords’ Jim Azevedo Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King Readers and writers check out this resource for free ebooks and easy ebook publishing! Smashwords, the world's largest distributor of indie ebooks, is our guest on Writing Works Wonders for this episode. Marketing Director, Jim Azevedo reveals insights int…
 
Jeff Molzow is a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor, someone who helps teach adults who are blind and visually impaired to return to work successfully and effectively. Jeff has continuously pushed the envelope of his field via his passion for blind advocacy, combined with a strong background in technology. Now Jeff is here to help us understand wh…
 
Show Notes, Episode 31, Trixie Silvertale Interview Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King What is a cozy mystery? What happens when you combine amateur sluething with a paranormal character list? Readers and authors alike will enjoy this interview with best-selling author Trixie Silvertale! Trixie joins Cheryl and Kathy on Writing Works Won…
 
2141 Not Just A Leap Of Faith (Oct. 6, 2021) Show Notes People who are visually impaired are no strangers to participating in sports. On the other hand, it is difficult to imagine jumping over a 10 or 12 foot high bar without seeing the bar. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Bradly Rainwater, a competitive blind pole vaulter, and his coach and…
 
Dogs navigate their environment through their amazing sense of smell. So why not utilize this natural gift through practicing nose and scent work with your canine companion? It doesn't have to be formal or fancy, although there are classes and competitions aplenty. This relatively new sport (~2007) uses the canine olfactory system to solve problems…
 
Show Notes, Episode 30, Round Robin Rodeo Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King The episode celebrates National Country Music Day. Join the creativity and writing fun as we collaboratively write stories about the Old West. We use our rapid fire story creation game of Round Robin. You can participate! The activity starts with a Prompt, and t…
 
Brendon Hamblin sits down with former OSSB Student Crayton Benner to discuss his time attending The Ohio State School for the Blind in Columbus, Ohio and his memories from OSSB, including marching with the OSSBMB in the Circleville Pumpkin show parade each band season, attending band camps, field trips, sports trips and much more! Crayton also lets…
 
Dr. Rosy Carranza facilitates the Teacher of Tomorrow Program with the National Federation of the Blind (NFB). In this episode, Rosy shares her background, her expertise, and her passion surrounding the education of blind students and the educators who teach them. To learn more about the Teacher of Tomorrow program visit https://nfb.org/programs-se…
 
2140 Encore of 1916 The Voice Behind Siri (Sep. 29, 2021) Show Notes Meet Susan Bennett whose voice was used to create the original female English language Siri voice. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Susan about her experiences as a voice artist, actress, and musician, what it was like to create the voice for Siri, how she found out that she…
 
Show Notes, Episode 29, Kristin Smedley Interview Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeil Fisher and Kathy King An extraordinary interview with an author who’s mission is to change perceptions of blindness around the world. An effervescent advocate, author and innovator, Kristin Smedley, author of the popular book on NLS/BARD “Thriving Blind,” joins Cheryl and Kat…
 
2139 Using Reaper with OSARA (Sep. 22, 2021) Show Notes Reaper is a powerful multi-track audio production program used by many people with visual impairments. The program is made accessible using a screen reader on both PC’s and Mac’s by the open source OSARA extension for Reaper. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Scott … Continue reading 2139…
 
Of course, none of us wants to think that we are actually punishing our pets! But in truth, punishment is simply anything that results in a decrease of a behavior either by adding something (positive punishment, perhaps a verbal reprimand) or removing something (negative punishment, maybe taking away a coveted toy). So we are all likely to be inadv…
 
Show Notes, Episode 28, Robert Kingett Interview Co-hosts: Cheryl McNeill Fisher and Kathy King Be prepared for revelations in this episode! Robert Kingett, accessibility advocate, author and editor, joins Cheryl and Kathy for an exciting discussion brimming with encouragement and hope for authors, coping with marginalized identities. Robert offers…
 
2138 Maxima Computer Algebra System (Sep. 15, 2021) Show Notes Maxima is a computer algebra system (CAS) that enables the user to work with complex mathematical expressions. Hosts Nancy and Peter Torpey talk with Robert Dodier, one of the developers of Maxima, about the capabilities of this free, open source program and also demonstrate how … Conti…
 
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