Your host, Marlon .C. Parieaho
Sarcastic blogger Disability Advocate Assistive Technology Trainer [sort of]
The Blind Way Forward
– Phone: 18682915488
– Skype: BlindCop98
– Twitter: @MARLON86653888
In this episode we start out with Marlin introducing the meaning of the podcast title.
Followed up with him explaining where Trinidad and Tobago is.
What is it that a lot of blind people think?
then a brief chat about with an idea one might want to think about when it comes to staying at home.
and mobility skills.
we leave home, go to the barbers, and then going to a judo class.
he didn’t make that detox 😉
All feedback is welcome.
The adventure starts at 3:35.
who’s that beautiful young lady at 4:00?
slaving for the government.
5:20, we made it to second street, and thanks again to that beautiful lady.
6:15, a morning as they head into the barber.
6:45, he walks east along second street, maybe he’s a bit thirsty?
7:15, an example of some of the music one can listen to while navigating around Trinidad and Tobago.
8:50, sometimes strangers just want to help.
9:17, we’ve arrived at subway.
10:28, communicate to figure out what you need to learn.
11:30, assistance to cross arrives.
13:32, the taxi dropped marlin off and he makes a call to finish his adventure to the dojo.
15:55, enter the Dojo with Marlin.
20:54, and we head to do laundry.
25:17, we get home and Marlin concludes the show.
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Assistance for those with vision impairments in Trinidad and Tobago.
Are you interested in learning about mobility?
Do you want training in finally being out and about on your own?
They’re By achieving that feeling of independence that you have a right to experience in spite of your visual impairment?
You can contact:
Persons Associated with Visual Impairment:
BLINDNESS ought not to stop you! At PAVI we stand with you and work for you that your life will continue with quality. #54 Sixth Avenue, Barataria, Trinidad & Tobago 674–0336
Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad & Tobago
The Blind Welfare Association of Trinidad & Tobago seeks to help the blind citizens of the country.
Corner Duke and Edward St.
Port Of Spain