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Betsy gives thanks for technology for helping making her life as a blind person more accessible. As a ham radio operator, she has spoken to people all over the world and communicated through morse code. She has even made technology...
Growing up visually impaired, abused, and coming out stronger.
Cole Phillips (a blind high school senior) reflects on high school with his Para (a teacher who assists with tests and assignments) Rugenia Keefe on the impact they have had on each other’s lives.
We talked about Gloria’s childhood and her adult life, her advice and memories.
Bruce Rider talks about coming home from the Vietnam War and losing his vision.
An interview with Amy Bosco about her experiences as a blind person in education, family, dating, and more.
On Thanksgiving 2018, in Galloway New Jersey, Abbi interviewed her grandma. They talked about her life in Italy and her struggles coming to America. They talked about her life with Abbi's stepmom(Jen) and Jen's sister (Sylvia's daughters). She recounts fondly,...
Amber DiPietra, 29, and Jessie Lorenz, 31, talk about their visual impairments, and how they navigate the world.
Lorna talks to her friend Carol about her life growing up in the Hollywood Hills, her two husbands and what her life is like now.
Chris is blind and describes what life is like with limitations. He offers a different perspective on what we sometimes take for granted.
In this interview Claude talks about how it was growing up with a single. He talks about how difficult it was for his mother to take care for them. Claude also talked about how he is so proud of me...
From the 1950s on the farm in North Carolina, to blind school in New Brunswick, to Northgate II in Camden, NJ, Mr. Rhoe has lived a life full of adventure!
While roaming the MGM Grand hotel, Marlaina Lieberg was told she needed to leave the area as her guide dog Vista was agitating the resident MGM lion nearby. Sensing a once-in-a-lifetime experience, she agreed on the condition that she be...
Cruz remembers his Uncle Benny and him visiting the ranch.
Growing up in a family of eight, Lolly and her older brother, Tom, had the same congenital eye disease. He started a high-end cab company and three radio stations, ran for public office, and was a model for Lolly, showing...
I talked about a challenge I am currently facing to this day and how and why I continue to push forward
"On the evening of September 16, 2016 Ahmad Kahn Rahimi, an immigrant from Afghanistan, decided to detonate a bomb outside my window." Mary West tells the story of how a bomb exploded outside her bedroom and what ensued over the...
Transplant a young girl from the decidedly western surroundings of Oklahoma to the old world charm of Belgium and anything can happen. For Rhanda Hasley a desire to experience the languages and customs of other cultures was ignited that burns...
Dustin has found personal independence since using Aira. He no longer has to ask friends or family for help. Dustin recently called in to Aira and went shopping with his smart glasses for the first time. All with a shopping...
Eli (13) interviews Cole (19) and Eli asks about the most impactful, proud, and important moments of Cole’s life.
Robert Martin went into higher education because of the impact of the school system in his home town in the Appalachian mountains in Edmond, South Carolina. After going blind at age 13, his local school recorded his classes while he...
Marsha Macchi tells her story about being a blind self-advocate since the age of 13, when she first entered her school orchestra. Listen to her story about auditioning for Brigham Young University's symphony.