We’re back with another of our disabled voices online interviews. This week we’ve Tracy Stine, a deaf blind mother and blogger determined to educate the world about deafblind people and help those who are deafblind.
One of the endlessly fascinating aspects of the internet, well at least for me anyhow, is how massive it is. There is such a wealth of information available online. This can often make it very difficult to find what you want because just about everything else keeps cropping up instead, but sometimes you find some interesting things, often that you never even knew would be useful but turn out to be. And sometimes you find things that are just plain bizarre, but intriguing, like the one I thought I’d share with you today.
This week’s post is another instalment of our Disabled Voices Online series, where I interview disabled online creators about their experience of online content creation, accessibility and raising awareness about their disabilities. For this week’s post, I have interviewed E who runs the blog Deafie Blogger.
Despite all the problems in our world, we are very fortunate in that technology is continually developing and is having a very positive impact on peoples’ lives. So, I thought I’d share with you a couple of the exciting disability related technology stories that have been making headlines in the news recently.
I’ve been volunteering for The Aidis Trust since early June 2016, with my first blog post having been published on 28 June 2016 , a year ago. So now, seeing as it’s been just over a year since my first post was published, I thought I’d write a blog about how I’ve found the experience of volunteering for The Aidis Trust so far, what I do for the blog and a bit about how my creative process works.