Tag: podcast

  • Penny Forward Podcast Hits 1000 Downloads

    Since it’s launch on February 1st, 2022, the Penny Forward Podcast has been telling stories about blind people building bright futures one penny at a time. On Monday, August 15th, it received it’s 10,000th download for all time and it’s 5000th download for 2022. Looking forward, we’ll be continuing to feature stories about blind people. […]

  • ICYMI: Chris Peterson Featured on In Perspective Podcast

    Last Friday I was featured on Bob Branco’s In Perspective podcast where I talked about myself, my opinions on a number of blindness issues, and Penny Forward. The episode is now available at Bob’s web site, brancoevents.com. Click here to listen.  

  • Podcast Episode: APH Connect Center PT. I

    This week we begin a two-part interview with staff members from the APH Connect Center. The American Printing House for the Blind is a hundred and fifty-year-old organization that does a lot to promote the education of blind children and adults. The Connect Center is a branch of APH that maintains a series of websites…

  • Podcast Transcript: APH Connect Center PT. I

    Katie: I’m certain that many of us on this podcast have had jobs that were not what we thought at first. But, you know, we … we learn from those experiences, and we … we keep going, and we build upon our networks, we expand upon our networks, and we get to where we want…

  • Early Access Podcast Transcript: APH Connect Center PT. I

    Katie: I’m certain that many of us on this podcast have had jobs that were not what we thought at first. But, you know, we … we learn from those experiences, and we … we keep going, and we build upon our networks, we expand upon our networks, and we get to where we want……

  • Early Access Podcast Episode: APH Connect Center PT. I

    This week we begin a two-part interview with staff members from the APH Connect Center. The American Printing House for the Blind is a hundred and fifty-year-old organization that does a lot to promote the education of blind children and adults. The Connect Center is a branch of APH that maintains a series of websites……