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White Cane Travel, podcast 25: The Automated Voice Announcement System (15.2mb)
- On this podcast, come and discuss the automated voice announcement system. How does yours differ from the one here in Los Angeles and how do you deal with it if it doesn't work?
- White cane Travel, podcast 24: traveling in inclimate weather: summer or winter (20.4mb)
- On this podcast, traveling in inclimate weather. It can even be applied to the summer months as well.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 23: Learning a new location by landmarks and other tactile or other visual information (74mb)
- On this podcast, I'm learning how to go to a new location, however, I record it going to a familiar route. It is broken in to two segments which is broken up by a song. I hope you'll enjoy the cast as much as I have bringing it together for you, and I'll see you on another edition.
- White Cane Travel: Podcast 22: My Experience traveling in rainy conditions that look dark (16.22mb)
- On this podcast, Jared Rimer talks about his experience traveling in rain that looked like it was still dark outside. How scary.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 21: Cars, Phones and getting behind the wheel and what may be changing (20.27mb)
- On this podcast, we talk about something that interested me from podcast 588 of Security Now. It talked about cars with drivers getting in to them, and their phones possibly going in to a drivers mode, where certain apps would not be available while behind the wheel.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 20: accidents and the disabled part 2 (86mb)
- Picking up from podcast 11, we have another horiffic tragedy we speak about in regards to accidents and the disabled. Please be careful. Podcast is 1 hr 2 minutes.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 19: Airport Security (78.8mb)
- On this edition of the podcast, White Cane Travel is bringing you a presentation from the former Mexican Melting Pot which left on their own. We still hope that you will enjoy the program and you can contact White Cane Travel to start the discussion.
- White cane travel, podcast 18: ATMU wrist bands, new cane training, and paratransit discussion (160.6mb)
- On this podcast, we talk about the ATMU wrist bands, and we also talk about different methods of teaching cane travel as well as paratransit discussion. Hope you all enjoy!
- White Cane Travel, Podcast 17: Traveling within large areas such as schools, hospitals, and other types of buildings (91.04mb)
- On this podcast, Herbie Allen and I talk about traveling within large areas such as schools, hospitals, and other large buildings. What techniques do we use? Herbie is pretty much total with some light perception, where I have some vision that is usable. Listen how we discuss these things, directions and how we could be confused and how it seems to all work out.
- White Cane Travel, Podcast 16: Collaberation in the IEP process (100.32mb)
- Hello folks, Perkins allows us to talk to you about the Individualized education plan or IEP for short. They contacted us asking if we could publish this talk. TVI: Effective Collaboration is the page where you can learn more and check out what else Perkins has. We thank them for allowing us to post this to our site. See you on another edition of the podcast!
- White cane travel podcast 15: Take a ride on the expo line (131.02mb)
- On this podcast, you take a ride on the expo line from picco to another station, then Culver City to Santa Monica and back. Contact information is on our web site.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 14: Putting canes in to Vehicles (143mb)
- On this podcast, we talk about putting canes in to vehicles. Everything from personal vehicles, to buses, and more.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 13: the mobility training session (56mb)
- Welcome to podcast 13 of the White Cane travel podcast! On this podcast, Jared Rimer does a training on mobility training for people who have never seen someone who is blind. I get some help since I forgot my notations, but you can have those notations by download the outline for presentation (64kb) so you can follow along and make notations within the word document. I would personally like to thank the agency for allowing me to put up the presentation as part of this podcast. Thanks for listening and do make those comments through our site or list.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 12: Take a ride on the gold line (76.3mb)
- Welcome to podcast 12 of White Cane Travel. On this podcast, take a trip with Jared Rimer as he tours the newly opened gold line extension to Azusa. I hope you enjoy the program as much as I have putting it together for you. Sorry for any text messages or tweets, I forgot to put the phone on airplane mode. Only two interruptions, couldn't ask for anything better. Next time.
- White Cane Travel, Podcast 11: accidents and the disabled (118.19mb)
- On this podcast, we talk about various accidents from minor, to the more serious, and how we delbt with it, whether we protect ourselves differently or otherwise. Contact information for everyone is at the end of the podcast. Podcast runs 1 hour, 26 minutes.
- White Cane travel, podcast 10: street crossing (102.5mb)
- On this edition of the podcast, we talk about street crossings. We also have bloopers that you'll enjoy. Just download this 12.1mb file and enjoy some laughs. We hope you enjoy and thanks for listening!
- White Cane Travel, podcast 9: Driving safely (72.6mb)
- On this podcast, thoughts on a powerpoint presentation, as well as transit safety and an app I demoed.
Enjoy the cast! 1 hour, 19 minutes long.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 8: Articles, Snow, and More (139mb)
- Welcome to podcast 8. On this 2 and a half hour podcast, the Jared Rimer Network has several topics for you. As a side note, this podcast was live taped. While we didn't have any comments, we did enjoy the idea. We have decided not to link to the video discussed, as it includes other videos which may be uploaded to this feed after we link. Here are the articles we talked about in this taping.
We hope you enjoy the show, and we'll see you on another edition of the cast.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 7: Knowing your bus agency info and security of wheelchairs (138mb)
- On this podcast, we have information on why you should have your bus agency phone number. Second, we are going to talk about Wheelchair securement and why it might hold you up, as well as why changes may be coming for us in the near future. We hope you are going to enjoy this cast, and enjoy!
- White Cane Travel, podcast 6: an article of interest and construction (101mb)
- White Cane Travel, podcast 5: advanced cane travel and other things (110.99mb)
- On podcast 5, we talk about advanced travel with cane travel, as well as catching up with the news from other podcasts along this series. Podcast is 2 hours long. We hope you enjoy the show!
- White Cane Travel, podcast 4: beginner cane travel and apps, weather, and more (100.26mb)
- On White cane travel, podcast 4, we will teach you the basics on canes, we talk about apps, and a whole lot more. Podcast is about 2 hours.
- White Cane Travel podcast 3: updates, mobility part 1, and sighted guide training experiences (175mb)
- On this podcast, updates, mobility part 1, and experiences of sighted guide.
- White Cane Travel, podcast 2: Being Attentive of Others (65.8mb)
- Hello, welcome to podcast number 2 of the White Cane Travel series. On this podcast, White Cane's Jared Rimer and John Field talk about being attentive. We catch up on what was happening in regards to podcast 1 real quick, and the bigger topic is the attentiveness of others, especially when you drive. Yes, there are some spots people may find that we should edit, but I like to just do as we go, and there isn't much in the way of laughing or other aspects to worry about. The file is 1 hour 11 minutes in length. We hope you enjoy the cast as we have putting it together, and we'll see you on another edition of the cast!
- White Cane Travel, podcast 1: Rules of the road, reality check (79mb)
- Welcome to White Cane Travel, podcast number 1. On this podcast, we talk about a true story in which I caught someone crossing on the red light, and I thought it would be a good topic for both blind and sighted and even to have a discussion seeing that people are on smartphones now. The accompanying article will be on our blog and its entitled: Rules of the road, reality check. The program is roughly 1 hour 30 minutes and is 79mb in length. Enjoy!
If you would like to listen to the interview I had with John prior to the site launching, we have it for you. No show notes are included as it was done before the podcast was thought of.Thanks for listening!
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Thanks and acknowledgments
Jared Rimer would like to thank John Field from Wisconsin who got in touch with a mobility instructor named > Stephen McAuliff who is a certified mobility instructor for the State of Wisconsin at > Vision Forward Association. Steve is a > Certified Vision Rehabilitation Therapist.
We'd also like to thank all of the web sites who sell canes and other devices for the blind and visually impaired. Without you, we would not have the awesome technology we have today.