Aira Presents, Explorer Stories, a look into the extraordinary and often ordinary stories of Aira Explorers and how they use this technology in their daily lives.
In this episode of Explorer Stories, Aira presents Stephanie Hurd. We hope you enjoy.
For some in the blind community horseback riding, surfing, rock climbing or zip lining might be the ultimate experiences to stoke their adventurer fire. For others, just shopping or taking a walk through the neighborhood are what really matter most. And then there are those who do it all because they’ve found that Aira brings with it the freedom to explore, experience and engage in virtually anything they might want to do. Meet Stephanie Hurd.
Stephanie first heard about Aira through a friend, and as fate would have it had the opportunity to try it for herself at the Future In Sight offices where she creates and manages programs for the visually impaired community in New Hampshire.
Stephanie has found that this new service is making trips for work more enjoyable by enabling her to freely and confidently explore hotels. The information she gets from her agent gives her independence not previously possible.
At the end of the day, whether Stephanie is at work teaching a technology class for other visually impaired people, traveling for an event or conference, shopping or just hanging out with her family Aira is becoming a part of every day. And when she sums it up, it is easy to see why.
“It’s pretty simple.” Stephanie says, “I found a greater level of freedom and independence for sure with the Aira Glasses.”
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