Tactile Traveler

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This time on Tactile Traveler, host Nick Isenberg tells us about tear gas and contact lenses, research on an increase in Charles Bonnet Syndrome as a result of COVID19 isolation. He also guides listeners on how to tell when it looks like rain, when you can’t look.

Lucas Turner

In this episode host Nick Isenberg explains how being blind can create posture problems and takes a trip to a botanic garden. We learn where to get your first white cain and take a trip to a botanic garden, and how to get your dog to wear booties. Jason Strother shares an update on getting out of riots or demonstrations you don’t want to be in, and we find out how to keep your medicine organized both when you travel and at home.

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Next year in addition to elections, there will be political conventions. You can be a delegate to those conventions. KDNK’s Tactile Traveler reporter Nick Isenberg explains how.

Dan Simon

"Nicky News" Isenberg provides a unique perspective on travel. Applying journalistic skills acquired while Nick could still see, "The Tactile Traveler" seeks to empower blind and low vision people to explore the world and help the sighted to see the world in a new way. Topics include the Second Annual Six Dot Dash, assessing avalanche damage in the White River National Park, self-driving cars for the blind, and riding the trolley through Denver.