We highlighted some of the most-popular “YouTubers” and online content creators who are blind or visually impaired in a recent blog post, but did you know there are several Braille Institute students and staff members who have their own YouTube Channels and blogs with many focused on technology for the vision impaired?

At Braille Institute, we’re lucky to have some brilliant and tech savvy content creators who are visually impaired and who share their expertise and experiences online. Many of them focus on technology but some also focus on cooking and sharing what it is like to live with vision impairment.

Earth Kidkul is a Technology Instructor for Braille Institute’s Los Angeles Connection Pointe Technology Center who is visually impaired and has been profiled by CNET. Earth’s channel gives quick tech solutions and tips with a focus on how to get the most out of the iOS system and Apple products.

Bee’s Kitchen is a cooking channel hosted by a Braille Institute student who is visually impaired. The channel focuses on how to make amazing tasty food while cooking with vision impairment. What she shows on her channel is similar to the cooking lessons offered by the Braille Institute.

Guide This Way is the blog of Braille Institute student, Nat, who also has a podcast and Twitter and Instagram profiles with regularly updated content about her life as a young woman who is visually impaired. Her site is loaded with content and includes book and movie reviews, as well as recommendations with all her content written in her unique, personal voice.

Braille Institute’s YouTube Channel is loaded with high-quality content from class instructors throughout our seven centers on a variety of activities and useful content. Catch up with videos from all their different programs including Braille Challenge, technology tip videos, and updates from President Peter Mindnich.

Whether you want to be able to just watch online content and YouTube videos, or you want to start your own YouTube channel or blog, Braille Institute’s technology services can help. The free one-on-one instruction, classes, and workshops offered by the organization can help those who are visually impaired no matter if they are a tech novice or an expert, and offer instruction on a wide variety of tech-related subjects.

Visit Braille Institute’s website for more information on our technology services, which are offered at each of our centers in Southern California. Contact the Braille Institute Center nearest you and ask about technology services, Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. You can call us toll-free at 1-800-BRAILLE (272-4553).


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