Irina Povolotskaya, a deaf blind actress, shares her impressions of participating in the Special View forum festival
Alexander Smolyaninov owns a big farm, promotes legislative initiatives, raises children and helps other farmers.
Vladimir Vaskevich talks about places of interest and cultural event, that are accessible for people with visual impairments.
Yulia Vasilyeva tells about the BlindFashion project which helps stylists and sightless persons to find each other.
Parents of visually challenged children told us about finding tutors, lessons with them and the difficulties one may face.
“Special View” interviewed Evdokia Gerasimova, an audio descriptor from Yakutia.
Vladimir Vaskevich, Special View's correspondent, interviewed the activists of the Walking around the Park project
Those, who lost their sight in childhood, studied Braille at school. Where can adults get this skill? And is it really needed?
Deaf-and-blind actress, painter and writer, Irina Povolotskaya talks about aromas, that New York and Moscow, autumn, winter and theatre have.
Tsyndyma Boyko, who was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa, talks about how the disease affected her sight when she was a kid and how she sees today.
Sergey Alekseev, a traveler with Group 1 vision-impairment disability, covered more than 5200 kilometers on foot.
Where people study to become musicians, artists and theatre actors
What age is optimum for teaching children to put their signature? Where to start the learning process?
The first audio description for a silent movie was created in Russia
Artemy Lebedev (Russian designer, inventor and businessman), Evgeny Chebatkov (Russian and Kazakhstan comedian) and others took part in the project initiated by sightless program developers.