KQED NEWS – CALIFORNIA REPORT By Sam Harnett             Apr 26, 2019

Please click here for the link to KQED website with the audio: https://www.kqed.org/news/11742759/california-sound-the-visually-impaired-learn-to-listen-at-santa-rosas-earle-baum-center

Please click here for the report: The California Report April 26 2019 California Sound

People who are blind and visually impaired learn how to tap dance by sound at the Earle Baum Center of the Blind in Santa Rosa. (Courtesy Earle Baum Center)

Most people who are blind or visually impaired weren’t born without vision. They lose it, often over time and in adulthood.

That can be an extremely difficult change, requiring you to embrace a new way of navigating and experiencing the world. For insight on making this transition, reporter Chris Hoff of the World According to Sound podcast visited the Earle Baum Center of the Blind in Santa Rosa.


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