Bringing local news to visually impaired listen
A glimpse into visually impaired life in a visual world. Host Avery Berschauer shares her personal experience and explores other topics around diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.
Interesting insights from the Outreach Team at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
I quit my law job to be at home with my kids. Turns out our daughter Tess has a rare genetic disorder called Hao-Fountain Syndrome, or USP7. She's different. And now, so is everything else. #USP7 #HaoFountainSyndrome #autism
The Down East Radio Reading Service is a spoken word service reading local news and information to visually impaired persons in Nash, Edgecombe and Wilson counties of North Carolina
Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.
Local weekly news for visually impaired people living in Chester (England). Our weekly news cassettes and memory sticks are prepared and posted to local listeners on a Friday evening, with the online version being uploaded to our website shortly afterwards.
An uplifting, offbeat comedy show that'll brighten your day. Each week the hosts riff on a variety topics and make each other laugh with original sketches, comedian interviews, stupid games, bad advice, and funny stories. The podcast is recorded and broadcast for the Georgia Radio Reading Service (GARRS), a radio network catering to the visually impaired.
We record podcasts on assistive technology and products and services which we find of interest. We specialize in providing comprehensive tools for people who are blind and visually impaired to become empowered to maximize the use of their access technology while having fun doing it.
A weekly assistive technology news update for professionals and enthusiasts in the field of technology for people with disabilities.
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) is a state agency that empowers people with disabilities through employment, disability determinations, and independence. Join Kim Jump as she interviews unique individuals who discovered OOD Works! Have a disability? Want to work? www.OODWorks.com.
The talking newspaper for Coventry provide free audio content for the blind and visually impaired in Coventry and Warwickshire. Featuring news from local papers, information, council updates, what’s on and local sport. Our audio is also available from itunes, smart phone apps and from this web site. email@example.com
Kelly and Company is AMI-audio’s daily live afternoon program. Listen for interviews and discussion about arts, entertainment and lifestyle information directly affecting the blind and partially sighted community. Contributors from across the country share information on everything from parenting and finance to fashion and gaming. Plus, catch live performances from Canadian musicians, comedians and actors.
Double Tap Canada is the show where blind people talk tech! If you’re blind or partially sighted and have an interest in technology, this is the show for you. Everyone is welcome no matter how old you are or how much or how little experience you have with technology. Each week the team will help you better understand how technology can help your everyday life, even if you have little or no sight. Join the conversation and add your voice to the show either by calling in, sending an email or l ...
A weekly, half hour radio show / podcast covering a wide variety of topics of interest to the visually impaired
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 ...
Hi 👋🏻 I'm Jennie and I'm Your Personal Growth Coach! Welcome to my weekly podcast where I talk mindset work, building confidence and how to live life as Unapologetically Empowered Women. So sit back, relax and listen while I take a therapeutic approach to life everyday adventures!
Dr. Cal Roberts, President and CEO of Lighthouse Guild, the leading provider of exceptional services that inspire people who are visually impaired to attain their goals, interviews inventors, developers and entrepreneurs who have innovative tech ideas and solutions to help improve the lives of people with vision loss.
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 ...
Welcome to the Chenelle’s language learning journey podcast. Where host Chenelle patrice Hancock talks about the different tips and tricks of learning a language the visually impaired way. While also interviewing some of the most successful language learners, polyglots and experts within the field of language learning and language acquisition.. Cover art photo by https://www.rawpixel.com< Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/chenelle-patrice-hancock/support
The Phones Show (previously The Smartphones Show) is a television programme all about phones, but broadcast over the Internet, using the likes of iTunes and RSS. A new show will be available every few weeks. The Show is aimed at anyone who's either just purchased or is about to purchase a smartphone. This is the MP3 audio version of the main show, for those who haven't got time to watch the video or for the visually impaired. 90% of content is still accessible. By popular demand etc!
A weekly, haf hour radio show / podcast covering a wide variety of topics of interest to the visually impaired
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM Frank Perino - Host Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro “SUZLADY” ”Suz”- Co-Host INNERSIGHT Means FREEDOM Advocates for the Disabled! INNERSIGHT FREEDOM fights for Independence, Equality, Total Accessibility, Enforcement and Disability Rights! Millions of us who are disabled, would like to serve our country but can not because there are too many obstacles in the way. People are forced to go in nursing homes and lose their homes, money, jobs, possessions, and many haqve contracted COVID ...
Sleep and relaxation are essential, wouldn‘t you agree? Putting a little time aside to experience a guided visualization can help you have an afternoon power nap or a restorative night‘s sleep. Guided imagery is a technique that helps with relaxation and reduces stress and anxiety. These recordings allow you to visualize yourself in various peaceful natural environments so you can leave your cares behind you. Oneness with nature is also calming and powerful because nature provides excellent ...
Tommy Edison, who's blind since birth, talks about the latest news & pop culture, and answers questions about living without sight.
Kevin Lowe believes everything in this life happens for a reason, and a good reason at that. And this is true, even after losing his ability to see. Fueled by a strong desire to ignite a sense of hope and optimism into the world, Kevin sets out to inspire others to not give up on life, even when it seems like life has given up on them. Have unfortunate circumstances gotten in the way of you living the life you dreamed of? Do you feel stuck and want so badly for something to change? Ever sinc ...
Colleen and Cheryl review episodes of Doctor Who starting with the 2005 Series. Colleen has never watched it before and is visually impaired, while Cheryl is sighted and has watched the series multiple times.
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What does the world look like to a person with a visual impairment? How does restricted vision impact on everyday life? How can you offer assistance without taking control? The video tracks on this album simulate what the world looks like to people with a range of visual impairments, and show good practice when acting as a sighted guide. The audio tracks offer personal perspectives from two people living with severe visual impairment. This material forms part of The Open University's Pre-reg ...
Audio introductions for users who are visually impaired
Tech talk for the blind and visually impaired and seniors.
Cortical visual impairment (CVI) is the leading cause of pediatric visual impairment in the developed world. The eyes can see, but the brain can't interpret the visual world. Due to neuroplasticity, the functional vision of a child with CVI can improve. The number of children with CVI is growing, so why isn't anyone talking about this public health crisis? We are. Music by Storm Crews. Art by Ian Kleinfeld.
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Alex loves music and hopes to one day to be a radio announcer. Alex is visually impaired and is being supported by Sylvanvale to produce his own podcast about disability advocacy and music.
Audio descriptions for the Royal Ballet's Swan Lake for those who are visually impaired
Updates and information from the Kansas Talking Books Service!
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Seminars@Hadley - Business, Employment and Vocational Skills
The LightHouse is the largest agency providing direct service, advocacy and information to the blind and visually impaired community of Northern California. Since 1902, we have offered solutions to living with vision loss.
Seminars@Hadley - Health and Medical
Listen to our special hosts and industry leaders. Learn more about being visually impaired and the great technologies that are available.
Seminars@Hadley - Independent Living
Partial or total loss of sight affects millions of people worldwide. Many cases are preventable or curable, but simple interventions are not available in some poorer countries. The 15 video tracks in this album explore the impact of visual impairment and corrective treatments. Derek Child explains how he learned to adapt to losing his sight and the training that helps him stay mobile and independent. Experts from Contamac reveal the science behind lens production. The Good Health Train bring ...
Colleen talks about living with a visual impairment/legal blindness and how she finds inspiration. She discusses everything from technology to society to TV/film to her acting and writing career. This podcast will focus on providing knowledge, skills, and inspiration to anyone who is listening.
"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.
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM NURSING HOMES (INSTITUTIONS) KILL PEOPLE, GET RID OF THEM! IN MEMORY OF SUZANNE TARAZI-FERRARO'S GREAT GRANDMA, TWO GRANDMAS, PARENTS, AND PATERNAL AUNT. CURRENTLY SUZANNE'S MATERNAL IS AT RISK OF GOING INTO A NURSING HOME (INSTITUTION)! EVEN SUZANNE HERSELF WAS IN A NURSING HOME (INSTITUTION) FOR A LONG TERM STAY. THIS SHOW IS O…
What do we know about omicron variant? What questions do we have about the new variant? Jeff Ryman explains in his health headlines. Greg David highlights what the conventional networks, streaming services, and AMI-audio has planned leading up to the Winter Holidays. A beloved Halifax holiday tradition is Neptune Theatre’s annual production of Dick…
What are the absolute best movie-watching snacks? Mary Mammoliti shares her list with us.By AMI
Devon Wilkins details an accessibility webinar called Removing Barriers for People Who Use Service Animals.By AMI
A beloved Halifax holiday tradition is Neptune Theatre’s annual production of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. Ryan Delehanty tells us how it’s being made accessible this year.By AMI
Greg David highlights what the conventional networks, streaming services, and AMI-audio has planned leading up to the Winter Holidays.By AMI
What do we know about omicron variant? What questions do we have about the new variant? Jeff Ryman explains in his health headlines.By AMI
Down East Radio Reading Service's local broadcast for 12-01-21.By firstname.lastname@example.org
We’ve heard a lot about the impact the flooding and mudslides in B.C. have had on supply chains and travel. But what about our emotions and overall mental health? Our mental health columnist, Shane Baker, will discuss how to deal with one’s mental well being after a disaster. From the December 1, 2021 episode.…
Derek Lackey will share some ways the CNIB is helping reach out to it’s members during the Holidays through its CNIB Manitoba Vision Mate Program. From the December 1, 2021 episode.By AMI
Veteran political correspondent Craig Oliver analyzes the latest news in Canadian politics including an update on Omicron and we discuss the federal government introducing a new bill to ban conversion therapy. From the December 1, 2021 episode.By AMI
Mike Agerbo from The App Show talks the latest tech news including how Huawei gear may cause from headaches for Bell & Telus. From the December 1, 2021 episode.By AMI
We get the latest on programs and events at the CNIB when John Rafferty, President and CEO of the CNIB, stops by for a CNIB check-in. From the December 1, 2021 episode.By AMI
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we get the latest on programs and events at the CNIB when John Rafferty, President and CEO of the CNIB, stops by for a CNIB Check-In. Our mental health columnist, Shane Baker, will discuss how to deal with one’s mental well being after a disaster. Winnipeg Community Reporter Derek Lackey will share some ways the CNIB i…
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…
The forecast: 35 and couch-y. Please join me in some holiday loafing. We've solved Thanksgiving. And this year we've got lots to be grateful for. Merch! You can get your Stronger Every Day merch right now. T-shirts, mugs, masks, and more. Click here to buy your swag now: http://tee.pub/lic/UFJwMSVtdUU This podcast is sponsored by The Disorder Chann…
Teaching and learning STEM subjects is difficult for everyone, and for students with disabilities it can be a greater challenge due to lack of access. Today Dr. Cary Supalo joins us to discuss his experiences as a blind student, and how educators can help encourage students who are blind to get interested in STEM.…
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Dr. Danielle Jongkind tells us about an organization founded by veterinarians that is helping African wildlife. Frances Wong shares wellness gift ideas to pamper your loved ones with this holiday season. We chat with Founder and CEO of Zirkova Vodka, Katherine Vellinga, about toasting traditions, as well as some delicious cocktails we can try durin…
On our monthly Book Club meeting, we discuss The Girl with Nine Wigs, by Sophie Van der Stap, with the recommender of the novel, Karoline Bourdeau.By AMI
One of the leading causes of blindness among Canadians is diabetic retinopathy, and according to a recent survey, 76% of Canadians are unfamiliar with this eye disease. We learn more about this with Dr. Nupura Bakshi of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society.By AMI
Community Reporter Julie Martin highlights the Parade of lights in Westville, Pictou County.By AMI
We chat with Founder and CEO of Zirkova Vodka, Katherine Vellinga, about toasting traditions, as well as some delicious cocktails we can try during the holidays!By AMI
Frances Wong shares wellness gift ideas to pamper your loved ones with this holiday season.By AMI
Dr. Danielle Jongkind tells us about an organization founded by veterinarians that is helping African wildlife.By AMI
Mike Ross will be testing Karen Magee, Mark Phoenix and Dave Brown with our Weekly News Quiz. From the November 30, 2021 episode.By AMI
Nelson Rego of Cool Blind Tech will introduce you to some assistive tech for musicians who are blind or partially sighted, called BUZZ. From the November 30, 2021 episode.By AMI
New Brunswick Community Reporter Louise Levesque-Burley will explain why she plans to do some shopping at the Fredericton Farmers Market. From the November 30, 2021 episode.By AMI
Accessibility reporter Meagan Gillmore gives you a preview of the 44th Parliament, specifically what kind of plans the government announced or did not announce in their Throne Speech last week. From the November 30, 2021 episode.By AMI
COVID-19 vaccines for kids have been approved by Health Canada. Dr. Michelle Barton-Forbes, pediatric infectious diseases specialist tells us more about that shot. From the November 30, 2021 episode.By AMI
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Dr. Michelle Barton-Forbes, pediatric infectious diseases specialist tells us about COVID-19 vaccines for kids have been approved by Health Canada. Accessibility reporter Meagan Gillmore gives you a preview of the 44th Parliament, specifically what kind of plans the government announced or did not announce in their Thr…
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Enterprise cloud-driven document remediation is now available to consumers. Michael Babcock has the details. On our Sports Update, Brock Richardson of The Neutral Zone discusses pros and cons of having earlier Curling Trials. Toronto AMI Reporter Alex Smyth highlights tonight’s AMI This Week feature on Travis Murao. At Montreal’s Space for Life, th…
How does the story of Chanukkah speak to religious freedom? We chat about it with Danielle McLaughlin on Know Your Rights.By AMI
We get the lowdown on Zuppa Theatre’s docu-drama investigation into the causes of the Halifax Explosion. We chat with Ben Stone and Phillipa Colman to learn more.By AMI
At Montreal’s Space for Life, the excitement of the holidays is already building. We learn more about their holiday events and activities with Laurence-Desrosiers-Guité, Head of Public and Educational Programs Division at Plantétarium Rio Tinto Alcan.By AMI
Toronto AMI Reporter Alex Smyth highlights tonight’s AMI This Week feature on Travis Murao.By AMI