[AI] problem with Walking

chandru shekar chandru342 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 06:22:37 EDT 2010


hello, please contact me by phone or by skype, I will guide you orally
explaining step by step

On 6/9/10, Asudani, Rajesh <rajeshasudani at rbi.org.in> wrote:
> Frankly speaking, I despair of the possibility of blind persons moving alone
> in today's urban milieu.
> Though I don't deny the pressing need for it, I think one might avoid unless
> strictly necessary.
> Risks are with everyone, blind or sighted but, please don't equate the two.
> Lack of sight does limit us in myriad ways and mobility can be practiced for
> specific tasks, but general mobility is a far-cry for totally blind at
> least.
> Even if achieved, it often results in sacrificing dignity at places where we
> would like to preserve it.
> However, I would not advice anyone not to learn the tactics.
> In fact, I myself am planning to undergo any such course.
> I had heard Enable India conducts such short time courses.
> Would like to hear if they are doing so now.
> I have even travelled all alone in my college days, but unless it is
> strictly necessary, and if one can afford an escort, one should not do it,
> me thinks.
>
>
> Regards
>
> "If you believe that there is a God, a God that made your
> body, and yet you think that you can do anything with
> that body that's dirty, then the fault lies with the manufacturer."
>
>                                              --Lenny Bruce
>
> (Rajesh Asudani)
>
> Assistant General Manager,
> Reserve Bank of India
> Nagpur
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>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in
> [mailto:accessindia-bounces at accessindia.org.in] On Behalf Of prateek
> aggarwal
> Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2010 2:08 PM
> To: accessindia
> Subject: Re: [AI] problem with Walking
>
> Hello there,
> Walking independently is certainly one of the most essential skills a
> blind person should know.
> Though I myself am not an expert in walking as I've never taken any
> formal training in it, but with experience I can move at my own
> without much hassles, so I can tell you out of experience that its not
> difficult.
> The first and most important thing  in order to walk independently is
> to build a self confidence in your own  that you can move by yourself.
> If you've obtained the confidence in you, you are half way ahead!
>
> Here, could you please tell in which city you do reside?
>
> There are a number of cities where mobility trainings are imparted to
> persons with visual impairment by some  organizations.
> If your city has such an organization, you may go there and learn the
> skills.
>
> Do let the list know about your city, folks here would let you know if
> there is any institute or individual who can teach you the mobility
> skills.
>
> However, before all this, as I already said, that you need to build a
> confidence in your own self about moving independently. Its very easy,
> mate, you do not need to worry about anything.
> As per risks involved,  they are there with sighted people as well. Aren't
> they?
>
>
> regards,
> Prateek agarwal.
>  Skype:
> Prateek_agarwal32
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> ---original message---
> From: "Raju singh" <bidhwin at gmail.com>
> To: <accessindia at accessindia.org.in>
> Date: Wed, 9 Jun 2010 11:47:36 +0530
> Subject: [AI] problem with Walking
> Hi friend!
>
> I am raju Singh again sending you a big problem.
>
> my big problem is that I am unable to go in market. or any other new
> place, due to the fact that I can not use my stick. yes, ofcourse,
> that I have stick,
> but I have no idea about How to use stick In front of me. friend, When
> I was small, I use vehicle to go to school. Now I am 19th years old.
> and I am in
> college be.a first year. and I also using vehicle to go to college,
> and come again. therefore, I am facing a big problem that due to my
> great wickness
> of me that I need sighted person to walk, I had to loose so many
> opportunities and many works.
>
> therefore I am very grateful to all of you that Please guide me by
> replying the few questions that is there any rools to use stick? or
> How to use stick
> in a systematically to walk.
>
> Therefore friends, I am weighting your response.
>
> Thank you!
>
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