People Share Their Experiences With An App That Allows You To Help A Blind Person By Seeing For Them

Today, you can get an app for pretty much any need you may have. Whether you want to get some food or groceries to be delivered to you, even if you need advice or you’re looking to find a romantic partner, there’s a variety of apps to help you out with it. But did you know there are also apps that allow you to help somebody else? One of them is called Be My Eyes which allows strangers to help visibly impaired people by being their ‘eyes’. There’s an app called Be My Eyes which allows strangers help visibly impaired people by being their ‘eyes’ The app was launched in 2015 with the sole purpose of making the world more …

Sign of the grimes: Stormzy’s Glastonbury interpreter on how to translate rap

After a video of Tara Asher doing a British Sign Language version of Stormzys headline set went viral, the festivals interpreters for deaf fans reveal their secrets Between the many scene-stealing moments that have been shared from For Asher, who also interpreted Stormzy at Glastonbury in 2017, it was just another nights work. Theres not many interpreters who interpret music and do festivals, she says. Theres a shortage nationally. And theres even fewer who specialise in grime. Ive listened to grime since the Risky Roadz days, since the very beginning, so its easier for me, because I understand the context, the slang, all that stuff. Original Article : HERE ; This post was curated & posted using : RealSpecific

We Photographed 19 People With Limb Differences Aged From 2 To 54 In Body Confidence Shoot

On April, 19 Zebedee Models from ages 2 to 54 took part in this stunning body confidence shoot with photographer Elise Dumontet. All the Zebedee models have either been born with a limb difference or had an amputation, the images are a celebration of their self-love and their body acceptance. Whether their difference is acquired (through cancer, meningitis, accident, diabetes, ex-veterans) or congenital, they really don’t want to fall on their feet anymore, they simply want to be able to stand tall, with and/or without prosthetics. We all know positive representation matters, be it in the arts, in fashion or in the media. And yet, these guys can probably count on their fingers how many times they’ve seen themselves being …