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Your host, Marlon .C. Parieaho
Sarcastic blogger Disability Advocate Assistive Technology Trainer [sort of]
The Blind Way Forward
– Phone: 18682915488
– Skype: BlindCop98
– Twitter: @MARLON86653888
Breakfast and Braille Tape
It’s time to find braille tape in Trinidad and Tobago.
If you want to support Marlin’s future adventures, reach out via the Contact Link or to Marlin directly with the information above.
00:20, we start out with the sound of a braille labeling system
00:25, and then he noticed were here.
1:05, Listen to Marlin explain what a Braille label is.
2:17, and the adventure begins for the Braille Tape in Trinidad and Tobago.
2:43, what is a Doubles?
3:30, our first status report.
3:50, because it sounds like it.
4:20, an introduction into the slang language in Trinidad.
5:10, change of plans, or is that a change back?
5:50 we arrive at the doubles place and you learn the proper etiquette for a doubles location.
8:00, the magic of pepper sauce.
8:25, what’s that mean?
13:12, the shame, the shame.
13:30, the magic of audio editing gets us to the braille tape in Trinidad and Tobago.
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