Rob and Ryan take shelter from the Vancouver August heat in the cool confines of the Guitar Dungeon to talk with no other than Mike May, founder of Sendero Group and pioneer in the field of GPS Assistive Technology. And as if that isn’t enough, we also talk to him about his downhill skiing career and what it’s like to hold the speed skiing record in downhill for a totally blind person (which is, for the record, 65 mph).
This week the Guitar Dungeon is filled with motivational vibes as Rob and Ryan welcome Lowell Taylor for a visit. He fills us in about what it was like to compete on Canada’s Amazing Race as a visually impaired contestant, his current plans to become a Paralympic athlete, his career as a motivational speaker, and duties as Health and Wellness expert on the AMI TV show, “Mind Set Go”.
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Mind Set Go
Sharpen your skates and get your gear on — it’s time to hit the ice! This week we’re talking to Mark Bentz from Canadian Blind Hockey about the organization and their efforts to grow the sport on both sides of the border into an official Paralympic Event.
Canadian Blind Hockey
This week we’re bantering with Peter Tucic, Blackhawks fan and Blindness Product Specialist, about Humanware’s line of forthcoming new products — as well as a bit of hockey smack talk for good measure.
Canadian Assistive Technology
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This week we talk with Erich Manser, Triathlete and Marathon Runner, about his experience running the Boston Marathon with a new technology called Aira. On a completely unrelated note, we all decide we need to get more exercise….