The goal of this podcast is to empower blind and low-vision people to explore the world, and help our sighted friends see the world in a new way.
Frequently, as people lose their eyesight, they become more and more isolated. The Tactile Traveler hopes to empower people, not only to go literally around the world, but around the block to new adventures in their lives.
Tactile Traveler #32 - How to Swim in the Ocean as a Blind Person, A Trip to the Tasting Garden & Remembering Kat Bradbury
In this episode, we'll discuss how to swim in the ocean when you're blind, and a trip to a tasting, or food source, garden.
In memory of Kat Bradbury who made The Tractile Traveler possible.
Tactile Traveler #31 - What To Do In An Active Shooter Situation, Natural Disasters, Riding a Bicycle, & the Blind Driver Challenge
What to do if you’re blind in an active shooter situation. A follow-up on our responsibilities in a natural disaster, like a hurricane or forest fire. How to ride a bicycle with only 10% field of vision. Blind race car driver, Dan Parker, has met the Blind Driver Challenge, and his newest challenge.
Tactile Traveler #30 - Natural Disasters, Loosing Your Cell Phone, Keeping Track of Your Medicine, & Computers for the Blind
Our responsibilities during natural disasters like hurricanes or forest fires
How to keep from loosing your cell phone
Using folding hanging cosmetic cases to keep track of your medicine
Computers for the Blind and Blind race car driver Dan Parker has met the Blind Drivers Challenge
Tactile Traveler #29 - Summer Edition, Glenwood Springs
In this Episode: Summer Edition; Why Glenwood Springs Colorado is one of the best tourist destinations for blind travelers because of all the experiential things to do there.
Tactile Traveler #28 - Charles Bonnet Syndrome, Trip to a Car Show, Eating with Chopsticks
How Charles Bonnet Syndrome affects your life
Free help with home COVID test from Aira
Taking a trip to a car show
How to eat with chopsticks
Tactile Traveler #27 - Trucker Convoys, Little Screens, Silverware
In this Episode:
What its like being blind in the truckers convoys in Ottawa, Canada.
How little screens can make a big difference in your life.
And, how to eat with silverware.
The transcript of this episode will be available at the link below.
Tactile Traveler 27 Transcript Link
The goal of this podcast is to empower blind and low-vision people to explore the world, and help our sighted friends see the world in a new way. Frequently, as people lose their eyesight, they become more and more isolated. The Tactile Traveler hopes to empower people, not only to go literally around the world, but around the block to new adventures in their lives.
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Sending love from Maryland!!
I met Nick via an app called “Be My Eyes” and I’m so grateful to have had the opportunity to assist him as well as learn about his podcast! Keep doing what you’re doing, it’s amazing! Hope to connect with you again in the future!
Nick Isenberg is a great host and a kind man. Thanks for helping me appreciate the world in new ways.
Great new perspective
I answered a Be My Eyes call, a gentleman who had a vacuum he placed outside taken from him, after confirming there was nothing more I could help with, he recommended this podcast and was very interesting to hear how they adapt to problems I wouldn’t give a second thought to.