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Mongolia

 

The land of blue sky

 

In today’s episode we go to the land of blue sky and one of the least populated countries on the planet, Mongolia. We will be accompanied as always by our guide Fabiola, a Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and before flying with the power of imagination and power enjoy this journey, I want to tell you that what we are looking for in this podcast, by the way, the only one in Mexico dedicated to the community that lives with any type of hearing disability, is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different stories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, it is a pleasure to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to discover one of the last nomadic societies in the world, we arrive in Mongolia, one of the brightest tourist jewels in Central Asia, so breathe, give me your hand, let me guide you and we will begin!!

 

All Latin Americans need visas to travel to Mongolia. It can be online or upon arrival it is processed at the Genghis Khan International Airport, in Ulan Batar. Do not forget!

Now we land and visit numerous historical monuments, living witnesses of the power of a lost empire. It is interesting to see how the majority of Mongolia’s natural spaces have not been touched by the hand of man, which will allow us to get to know the virgin nature.

The capital of the ancient Mongol Empire: Karakorum was built in the 13th century, it is hidden among the green hills and mountain ranges of the Orkhon Valley. Today it is home to a modern city, in the center of which are the ruins of ancient Karakorum. Let’s enter the temple of the Erdene Zuu Buddhist monastery to see stone sculptures of turtles, as well as the remains of an ancient palace, pottery kilns and workshops of crafts.

The largest Buddhist temple is the Gandantegchinlen Monastery, in Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia. The monastery has existed since the beginning of the 19th century. The temple complex’s extensive grounds include a library with 50,000 religious books, a Buddhist school, prayer areas and many Buddha statues. You can see the giant statue of the Goddess of Mercy, it is 26 meters high. I love emerald tile roofs!!

Get ready to go to the Gobi Desert, which is undoubtedly the country’s main natural attraction, it has an area of ​​approximately 1.5 million square kilometers and extends along the border with China. It is home to camels, Przewalski horses, wild birds, and in the Bayanzag canyon you can admire real landscapes that seem from another planet. Observe the rocks that seem to burn with reddish fire, which is actually due to the special color of the clay. We got on an SUV to advance through the dune area known as Khongoryn Els and, just like in the deserts of Morocco or India, the stay with the nomads includes camel rides, walks and meals.

We will see DALANDZADGAD archaeological zone that is located south of the desert and is one of the places where the greatest number of remains of skeletons and dinosaur eggs were found. Can you imagine those times?

We must stay in the ger tent, it is a home used by nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. Different peoples have used this type of housing since ancient times. In the Middle Ages, nomadic life forced them to have a home for their constant movements. This tent was protected by a thick cover, was easy to transport and optimal to withstand the intense climatic changes of Mongolia and Siberia.

Wow, what a spectacle we will see when night falls, the stars come out to play. The billions of stars in the Milky Way look so close and so clear that it seems possible to hold them with your hands.

Now we will go to Gorkhi-Terelj National Park, one of the largest national parks in Mongolia that extends for thousands of kilometers. There are more than 300 different species of birds and animals and 1,200 species of plants. Let’s enjoy the incredible rock formations that look like sculptures of humans and animals. But this resemblance is not made by man, but has been created by the erosion of granite. The symbol of the park is the Melkhii-Khad, which is the rock in the shape of a giant turtle. And within the reserve you can find true nomad camps and camel farms.

And this is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with the imagination, I wait for you every Friday with different content and I ask you to If you like the content, share it with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Includeme foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, go to the link: www. includesme.org and if you are moved and interested, check out how you can support this interesting project.

I’ll tell you a little about how hearing disability is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand oral language and be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many reasons why a person can lose their hearing, it can

lose at birth or during their life. And there are many ways to communicate when living with a hearing disability, the option of oralization with the help of technology, that is, hearing aids or the cochlear implant and the support of language therapies or the use of Mexican sign language in both options is It is extremely important to involve the entire family 100% to support each other and understand how to communicate with the person living with the disability.

It is important to emphasize that in this podcast we cover all types of hearing disabilities and that is why we have an LSM interpreter, a complete transcript of the episode on the website and subtitles on the YT channel. Well, it is so that everyone can enjoy each of the trips, which is why it also has accessible and inclusive navigation, unique in our country.

We want this project to reach many people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, activate the notification bell at https://youtube.com/@realityalternativaincluyente everything together and with lowercase letters, which Make comments on the page and share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us most at RA. We have valuable information on the page with AMAOIR capsules that can help you learn more about ear care.

I found that With a view to expanding inclusive education for children with disabilities, the Government of Mongolia is gradually implementing measures such as offering an additional bonus to teachers who work with children with disabilities, providing professional training and re-education for teachers and other staff school in inclusive enrollment methods and develop training methods and prepare textbooks, since 2006, 101 teachers have completed the professional reconversion program for pedagogy of children with special needs, in 2018 the Faculty of Special Education of the National University was founded of Education of Mongolia and about 100 students enrolled there.

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Mongolian food is not characterized by flavor, but on the contrary, it is very simple. In general, the dishes consist of boiled meat with large amounts of fat and flour, and some rice or legumes. The main meat is mutton and yak. In some regions of the country they eat horse meat, I honestly don’t dare eat it and you?

One of the most consumed dishes is buzz, which is a dough filled with meat and steamed. They look like Chinese dumplings, but with a very different flavor and that is what we will cook today.

The classic drink is tea with milk and salt, called süütei tsai (salted tea). It is very common to be offered it when entering a house, especially in the steppe gers.

Nomads widely consume a drink called airag, which is fermented horse milk with 3% alcohol. If that drink is distilled, they produce shimiin arkhi, with 12% alcohol. Some make it with hare and yak milk.

I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thank you to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and to all of you for making it possible! Until next time.

 

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Martinique,i

Martinique

 

The France of the Caribbean

In today’s episode we go to the heart of the Caribbean archipelago. The island of Martinique. We will be accompanied as always by our guide Fabiola, a Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you that what we are looking for in this podcast, by the way, the unique in Mexico dedicated to the community that lives with any type of hearing disability, it is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different stories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, it is a pleasure to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and senses to an island located between Dominica and Saint Lucia, we arrive in Martinique, so breathe, give me your hand, let me guide you and we will begin! !

Martinique is part of the group of the Little Antilles or “Wind Islands”. It is bathed to the east by the Atlantic Ocean and to the west by the Caribbean Sea. We will see a landscape full of contrasts, with the Bald Mountain to the North and the more gentle to the south. Many have classified it as the France of the Caribbean since it belongs to this country, we will see authentic Creole architecture, tropical beaches in the south and abundant wildlife.

The capital is Fort-de-France which is the main gateway to the island of Martinique. Let’s go to La Savane park, the Saint Louis Cathedral, the market to enjoy very characteristic smells and flavors and feel the pulse of its people. Then we can walk to the Fort of San Luis, take the promenade, enter the Library and the Pre-Columbian Museum of Archeology and Prehistory for a while.

Trekking lovers have their own paradise in Martinique with a simple route to the La Couleuvre waterfall. There we will enjoy a stream of water more than 120 meters high.

If I tell you to think of a beach, you will surely visualize almost white sand, corals, crystal clear water and palm trees, right? Well, just like La Grande Anse des Salines, it is in my opinion the most beautiful beach in Martinique, and it truly represents the beach that we all have in mind when we think of the French Caribbean island: it is very popular, so there are You have to arrive early or better during the week to avoid crowds, you have to relax in its calm sea perfect for swimming. A more lively beach is Anse Mitan, which is the main one in Les Trois-Ilets, where we will enjoy music, bars and restaurants. In addition to many fun water activities such as diving, kayaking or jet skiing. Located in a fishing village lost in time. Full of colorful boats waiting for fishing time and giving an old touch, we visited Anse Dufour, an ideal place to snorkel and explore the seabed with numerous tropical fish and beautiful sea turtles or rent a catamaran.

Let’s walk to see Cap 110, a monument to slavery erected on the beach of Anse Caffard, in the south of the island, on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the abolition of slavery, in 1998. This memorial is the work of local artist Laurent Valère and the work pays tribute to the victims of the shipwreck of a clandestine slave ship transporting 300 slaves that occurred in 1830, when the trade was already declared illegal. What do you think if we now go to the so-called habitats, especially Clement, which was founded in 1887 and is a Historical Monument of France since, as you can see, it maintains the original structures and rooms from the end of the 19th century in a perfect state of conservation? . These are the old agricultural plantations of cocoa, tobacco and especially sugar intended for the production of rum, because some of the best rums in the Caribbean are produced here. And we are going to walk through the 160 hectare botanical garden with more than 300 trees and tropical plants, visit the distillery and taste their Clement Rum obviously, cheers!

And this is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with the imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Includeme foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, go to the link: www. incluyeme.org and if you are moved and interested, check out how you can support this interesting project.

I discovered that in Martinique there are tourist pages where you can book private tours and if you have a hearing disability you can request that your guide speak sign language or if there is no available one, you can talk to him in advance to explain your specific needs, to talk to you face to face and slowly so that I can read his lips and understand his explanations.

I’ll tell you a little about how hearing disability is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand oral language and be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many reasons why a person can lose their hearing, it can

lose at birth or during their life. And there are many ways to communicate when living with a hearing disability, the option of oralization with the help of technology, that is, hearing aids or the cochlear implant and the support of language therapies or the use of Mexican sign language in both options is It is extremely important to involve the entire family 100% to support each other and understand how to communicate with the person living with the disability.

It is important to emphasize that in this podcast we cover all types of hearing disabilities and that is why we have an LSM interpreter, a complete transcript of the episode on the website and subtitles on the YT channel. Well, it is so that everyone can enjoy each of the trips, which is why it also has accessible and inclusive navigation, unique in our country.

We want this project to reach many people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, activate the notification bell at https://youtube.com/@realityalternativaincluyente everything together and with lowercase letters, which Make comments on the page and share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us most at RA. We have valuable information on the page with AMAOIR capsules that can help you learn more about ear care.

Now if you like cooking, click the button and if not, keep traveling.

I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thank you to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and to all of you for making it possible! Until next time.

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

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Europe English

Prague

Prague

 

Czech Republic

In today’s episode we are going to the beautiful city of Prague in the Czech Republic. As always we will be accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to talk to you What we are looking for in this podcast, by the way, the only one in Mexico dedicated to the community that lives with any type of hearing disability, is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help you need It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hi, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we’re flying quickly with the power of imagination and senses to the medieval city of Prague where we’ll discover “fairytale” corners. and I assure you that we will fall in love with her, so breathe, give me your hand, let me guide you and let’s start!!

Our tour begins in the historic center of Stare Mesto, known as the Old City, where its very beautiful square stands out, which was the center of the old medieval city, let’s see some of the main monuments of the city, such as the Tower of the old Town Hall or the Tyn Temple. The town hall tower was built in 1364 as part of the first town hall building to be built in the square. We will go up to the top from where we will have the best panoramic views of the medieval center of Prague. The Prague Astronomical Clock is located on the facade of the town hall,

Do you see it? This dates back to 1410, and from there we went to the Tyn Temple, which is one of the great monuments, an icon of the city with its two towers that look out over a front of houses in the Old Town square. This church dates back to the 11th century, although its interior was rebuilt in the Baroque style after a great fire suffered in the 17th century.

You can see The Powder Tower, with a characteristic Gothic style that is one of the historic gateways to the Old Town of Prague, and is the only remaining tower of the 13 that were built in the 13th century fortification.

Now, if there is an iconic corner from a tourist point of view in Prague, that is the Prague Bridge that joins the two banks of the Vltava River and connects the Old City with the Mala Strana neighborhood, from where we will go up to the castle grounds .A curious corner of Mala Strana is known as the John Lennon Wall, a long wall with graffiti and lyrics of songs by The Beatles, which began to be painted after the death of John Lennon..

The entrance to the Prague Castle can be found in Hradcany Square, a large space where we can see various Renaissance-style palaces, as well as some Gothic-style houses. Attached to this square is Loreto Square, where it calls attention to the baroque façade of the Sanctuary of Loreto, a building with a large tower with 27 bells from the 17th century. Saint Vitus Cathedral is the main monument to visit in Prague Castle as it is the most important church in the Czech Republic, the The Royal Palace in Prague, which was built in the 12th century to be the residence of the kings of Bohemia, and throughout history was the seat of the Bohemian Parliament. Initially built in the Romanesque style, the Royal Palace was later expanded in the Romanesque style. Gothic, and the great Sala Ladislao is one of the most outstanding corners of it, is it impressive or not?

It is important to visit The Jewish Quarter of Prague, also known as Josefov, Originating in the 10th century, this neighborhood extends very close to the Old Town Square, and there we are going to visit the historic Jewish cemetery. It is a corner with a very special charm in the neuralgic center of the neighborhood, located in a wooded area in the center of the city, and which houses up to 11,000 graves. and outside several synagogues Let’s enter the Old Synagogue, from 1270, the oldest that you can now see in use in Europe, with a very austere building that mixes Romanesque and Gothic styles and the Moorish-style Spanish Synagogue that takes its name from the arrival in the 16th century of a community of Sephardic Jews from Spain. Looking there in front we can see a memorial statue to Franz Kafka, the great Czech author.

To finish you have to go to the center of the modern city of Prague, Wenceslas Square, a long and huge open space next to the Old City, we can quickly enter the National Museum, as well as numerous restaurants, theaters and commercial establishments .And there is so much to discover in this beautiful city that we will have to return, or not? While we will rest watching beautiful panoramic views in Letna Park.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like to share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

 

I also tell you that on my page we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, a doctor specializing in otoneurology. In Mexico. He is one of the first to begin performing operations to place cochlear implants in adults, adolescents, and children. It is currently the one that has carried out the most operations in our country.

The AMAOIR Foundation, which he chairs, supports implant candidates

cochlear disorders to get donations, gives important family counseling as well as verbal therapies.

Hearing impairment is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand spoken language and to be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many causes for which a person can lose their hearing, it can be

lose at birth or during their lifetime. And there are many ways to communicate when living with a hearing disability, the option of oralization with the help of technology, that is, hearing aids or a cochlear implant and the support of language therapies or the use of Mexican sign language in both options is It is extremely important to involve the whole family 100% to support each other and understand how to communicate with the person living with the disability.

It is important to emphasize that in this podcast we cover all types of hearing disabilities and that is why we have an LSM interpreter, a complete transcription of the episode on the website and subtitles on the YT channel. Well, it is so that everyone can enjoy each of the trips, which is why it also has accessible and inclusive navigation, unique in our country.

We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the goal, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the youtube channel, activate the notification bell at https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lowercase letters, which make comments on the page and share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

Here I present the Amaoir section. I am sure that you will learn extremely useful and interesting things about hearing impairment.

 

VIDEO DOCTOR:

 

dr: It is not convenient to put anything in the ear, the ear has a natural mechanism to push everything out, the wax that forms inside is expelled, so you must clean it when it is already outside. If you put anything, many times what you manage is to push it back and then they start to block.

Interviewer: Are the cotton swabs with the cotton stick not good either, or are they used to clean the ear or do they have to be used frequently?

dr: No, you shouldn’t use them because you’re cleaning blindly, there’s a lot of risk of hurting yourself, I have a whole collection of every time someone pierces their ear with a q.tip I just write down the circumstances of the accident.



I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

 

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

 

This proyect is born from the intention of helping and creating comunity in different causes and institutions. 

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America

Huasteca P,in

Huasteca Potosina

 

San Luis Potosi, México

In today’s episode we are going to La Huasteca Potosina, a region dominated by rivers, waterfalls and abysses where we can enjoy the magical connection with nature. As always, we will be accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you that what we are looking for in this podcast, by the way, the only one in Mexico dedicated to the community that lives with any type of hearing disability, it is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different stories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and senses to the beautiful region of Huasteca Potosina, Mexico, so breathe, shake my hand, let me guide you and let’s get started!!

 

We arrived at a splendid place for its landscapes and exuberant vegetation, for its rivers and spectacular waterfalls, for its caves and deep abysses.

Undoubtedly, this site has the magic in each of its archaeological sites and the greatness of its ethnic groups that, by living their pre-Hispanic customs and traditions, take us back to a past that is still present in every corner of this fascinating region of Mexico.

Ciudad Valles, welcomes us with great infrastructure and a few minutes we arrive at Micos, we need very cool and comfortable exercise clothes, bring shoes to get wet because now this trip will be an extreme adventure, let’s see this beautiful set of seven staggered waterfalls, that give rise to the formation of crystalline and bluish pools. What do you think if we take advantage of the practice of kayaking, jumping from the waterfalls and rafting, among other adventure activities such as the zip line by bike, that although we are afraid we have to take advantage of the wonderful opportunity and dare to do it, dare to open your eyes and feel the magnificence of this place, come on!!! Then there is rafting, rappelling, caving, skydiving, hiking, scuba diving, scuba diving and mountain biking. So we’re going to go all out and be very adventurous in this episode.

Full of enigmatic corners, the municipality of Aquismón welcomes us, which is a site of inexhaustible fertility and full of enigmatic corners, where the main tourist attractions of the Huasteca area are concentrated. One of the 13 Wonders of Mexico is located here, the Basement of Las Golondrinas, one of the most beautiful and deepest abysses in the world, with a depth of 512 m, and where thousands of birds that live inside make this place a true spectacle as they come out daily in a spiral. The most impressive and beautiful waterfall in San Luis Potosí is located in this municipality: Tamul, with a fall of 105 m. The best way to appreciate it in all its splendor is entering the community of Tanchachín, where you can rent boats that will take you up the river; On the way we will climb the Cueva del Agua, to enjoy its calm transparency and from there visit the Mantetzulel caves, which is a huge cavern divided into four rooms, in which nature has created whimsical rock formations that recreate different figures. This place is excellent for hiking.

A place that I have always wanted to go to and today it becomes a reality is precisely in the municipality of Xilitla and it is the Surrealist Garden of Sir Edward James, a mystical place where this sculptor and poet built whimsical sculptures based on magical symbols that came to decorate a paradisiacal place characterized by its exotic vegetation and its natural waterfalls of more than 70 m high, which was used by James to build some refreshing pools. It is a universe that is hard to believe because it really is the invention of Edward James. Here the sculptural pieces have been trapped among the vegetation of a beautiful jungle. Can you feel the energy of the place?

Finally, we will go to Tamuín, a town where the most important archaeological sites in the state are located: Tamtok, a site inhabited between 600 B.C. and 1500 AD, in which monolith 32 was recently discovered, weighing approximately 30 tons; and Tamohi, where the sculptural work of El Adolescente Huasteco was discovered, considered a representation of the young God Quetzalcóatl. How interesting, right? Definitely, this state of San Luis Potosí is a place full of contrasts, characterized by the beauties of its landscapes, its welcoming climates, cultural and multi-ethnic diversity, its archaeological riches, crafts and folklore, but above all its friendly people, with a generous and noble soul. heart that attended us during the tour.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

 

I also tell you that on my page we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, a doctor specializing in otoneurology. In Mexico. He was one of the first to begin performing operations to place cochlear implants in adults, adolescents, and children. It is currently the one that has carried out the most operations in our country.

The AMAOIR Foundation, which he chairs, supports implant candidates

cochlear disorders to get donations, gives important family counseling as well as auditory-verbal therapies.

Hearing impairment is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand spoken language and to be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many causes for which a person can lose their hearing, it can be

lose at birth or during their lifetime. And there are many ways to communicate when living with a hearing disability, the option of oralization with the help of technology, that is, hearing aids or a cochlear implant and the support of language therapies or the use of Mexican sign language in both options is It is extremely important to involve the whole family 100% to support each other and understand how to communicate with the person living with the disability.

It is important to emphasize that in this podcast we cover all types of hearing disabilities and that is why we have an LSM interpreter, a complete transcription of the episode on the website and subtitles on the YT channel. Well, it is so that everyone can enjoy each of the trips, which is why it also has accessible and inclusive navigation, unique in our country.

We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

Here I present the Amaoir section. I am sure that you will learn extremely useful and interesting things about hearing impairment.

VIDEO DOCTOR

Very specifically, let’s say a child who has a little earache is perfect, take him to the pediatrician, but if the ear problem is being repetitive and the pediatrician is getting out of hand, then that’s when you look for another type of specialty that was traditionally otolaryngologists, neurologists are people who studied medicine, then we specialized in otolaryngology and then we did a second specialty in neurootology, because you really found yourself or I found myself finishing otolaryngology, which I still have a lot to learn about hearing and it is really a very complex structure and depends on many factors. So the more severe the problem is, the better it is for you to see a specialist or subspecialist.



I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

 

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

 

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Managua,i

Managua, Nicaragua

In today’s episode we go to the shores of Lake Xolotlán, we fly to Managua Nicaragua, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what We are looking in this podcast, by the way, the only one in Mexico dedicated to the community that lives with any type of hearing impairment, it is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to the City of Managua, the capital of Nicaragua, so breathe, give me your hand, let me guide you and let’s get started!

The name of Managua comes from the Nahuatl “managuac” and means “Surrounded by Ponds”; It is also known as “The Bride of Xolotlán”

We start in the Laguna de, Xiloá, a nice place to swim since its waters are easily accessible and its wide coast also offers a good opportunity to sunbathe. We also have the opportunity to practice sports such as windsurfing, kitesurfing and diving.

Xiloá is located on the Chiltepe peninsula, surrounded by several mountains, and is a good opportunity for hiking. Nature is abundant and the view is impressive. From the top of certain mountains, not only can you see the waters and coasts of Xiloá, but you can also see Lake Managua and the capital city. It is also possible to go to the other side of the lagoon and climb the hills that surround another nearby lagoon, that of Apoyeque, so let’s walk to enjoy nature.

Another option during the visit, if you like it, is to camp on the shores of the lagoon, and the best place to do it is the tourist center. Let’s see the Apoyeque volcano that erupted thousands of years ago. In 1988, the temperatures of the lagoon began to rise and a strong smell of sulfur began to be felt. There are still active fumaroles on this volcano. Despite being inactive, there is some volcanic activity around Apoyeque.

The Natural Reserve of ‘El Chocoyero’ is a great place to hike and observe nature. This reserve is located less than 30 kilometers from Managua. The last seven kilometers cross pineapple, coffee and banana plantations. The view is magnificent, don’t you think? The old volcanic chain surrounds the reserve and nature is everywhere. El Chocoyero is always green and wildlife flourishes. Two types of monkeys inhabit the park: the howler monkey and the white-faced monkey. The howler monkey is bigger, black and howls a lot. They can be heard from afar. White-faced monkeys are rarer to see, but they come down from the mountains in the afternoon and that is when they can be seen from the regular paths. We will also see many birds. The reserve is famous for its green chocoyos, whose nests are near the falls. These can be seen in large numbers in the mornings when they take off and leave, and in the evenings when they return. During the day they walk throughout the reserve looking for food. We arrive walking to the waterfalls that are small but worth climbing. The water comes from rain from the mountains above and is collected for later use as drinking water by nearby communities.

From there we go to the city and they tell us that after the 1972 earthquake, the center of Managua was completely destroyed. It is because of this devastating earthquake that today Managua does not have a true center. New shopping centers and hotels were built in other locations, which are the basis of the modern structure of Managua.

The old center is partially intact. There are several buildings that date from before the earthquake – some used and others not – and that we can visit. Look in front of the Cathedral of Santiago. This impressive cathedral was not destroyed by the earthquake, but was damaged and abandoned. Next to the Old Cathedral, we find a modern building that was built as the Presidential House, but is not used as such by the current executive administration. In front of the Presidential House, we see an even more impressive building, the National Palace. The building currently functions as a museum, so let’s go inside and take a look at it. Here in La Plaza de la República, there are several monuments to commemorate Nicaraguan heroes such as Carlos Fonseca Amador and Rubén Darío. We are going to walk in a small park where most of the monuments are located.

The Rubén Darío National Theater has risen above Managua since 1969, the year it was inaugurated. When the earthquake struck Managua in 1972, the Theater was one of the few buildings that did not collapse. This building has been kept in its original style and is now the most important theater for concerts and presentations in the entire country, and considered one of the best theaters in Central America.

The Theater is a great building, especially from the perspective of construction in Nicaragua. There are several rooms where events are held. The lobby, which is large and elegant, serves as a conference room, for book launches, fashion shows, small concerts, and art exhibitions.

The Salón de los Cristales, on the second floor, took its name due to the presence of the two crystal chandeliers donated by the Spanish government when the Theater was inaugurated. This room is suitable for the exhibition of paintings, with dark walls and special lighting. The hall has a capacity of 350 to 400 people and that is why it can also be used for small concerts and presentations.

The Main Hall, or Sala Mayor, is equipped with 1,200 seats and a large stage. Here are the main concerts and presentations. The hall has good acoustics and many famous singers, actors, dancers, national and international, have enjoyed these comforts.

Now let’s go to a must-see on every trip, Roberto Huembes Market is a big and nice market in Managua. A wide variety of products are sold here. An interesting place in this market is the handicrafts section, where we can find a wide variety of products from all over Nicaragua, in materials such as leather, clay, wood, cloth, and more. In addition to handcrafted pieces, rich food and traditional clothing.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

 

I also tell you that on my page we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, a doctor specializing in otoneurology. In Mexico. He was one of the first to begin performing operations to place cochlear implants in adults, adolescents, and children. The AMAOIR Foundation, which he chairs, supports implant candidates

cochlear disorders to get donations, gives important family counseling as well as auditory-verbal therapies.

Hearing impairment is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand spoken language and to be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many causes for which a person can lose their hearing, it can be

lose at birth or during their lifetime. And there are many ways to communicate when living with a hearing disability, the option of oralization with the help of technology, that is, hearing aids or a cochlear implant and the support of language therapies or the use of Mexican sign language in both options is It is extremely important to involve the whole family 100% to support each other and understand how to communicate with the person living with a disability.

It is important to emphasize that in this podcast we cover all types of hearing disabilities and that is why we have an LSM interpreter, a complete transcription of the episode on the website and subtitles on the YT channel. Well, it is so that everyone can enjoy each of the trips, which is why it also has accessible and inclusive navigation, unique in our country.

We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

VIDEO DOCTOR: Almost always an ear infection if it has to be treated by a doctor, let’s say that the cardinal symptom is usually pain, almost all ear infections hurt unless they are chronic and stop hurting, but ear pain, sensation clogged ear, it is basically the first signs of an infection and later if the eardrum bursts, pus comes out through the duct but you do have to seek care.

I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

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Asia English

Eilat, i

EILAT, ISRAEL

 

the shores of the Red Sea

In today’s episode we are going to visit a city where the sun does not rest, Eilat in the south of Israel, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour I want to tell you that what we are looking for in this podcast, which is the only one in Mexico dedicated especially to all people who live with some type of hearing disability, is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems audition has the help it needs. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and senses to the shores of the Red Sea, welcome to Eilat. so breathe, give me your hand, let me guide you and let’s start!!

episode transcription

This Israeli city is relatively young. In fact, its construction is due to David Ben Gurion, Israeli prime minister in the 50’s. However, this city was built in the area of ​​the port of Esyon-Geber founded by the reign of Solomon, in the tenth century BC. C.Eilat was a great strategic point, both commercial and military, during the War of Independence due to its location, bordering Egypt and Jordan.

Sitting down to rest on the city’s beaches, you will be able to see Jordan on the other side of the Red Sea. And, in case you want to enjoy one of the most amazing landscapes and see Egypt, you can also do it, just by climbing a little one of the mountains you will see a part of our neighboring country.

Currently, Eilat is a cosmopolitan city and one of the country’s great tourist enclaves because, despite being next to the Negev desert, one of the driest on the planet, its location by the sea gives it mild temperatures throughout the year. With activities for all tastes and abilities -sports, relaxation, nightlife, gastronomy, culture-, the city of Eilat is a very fun destination for the whole family.

To rest, nothing better than enjoying a day at the beach. Eilat has a 10 km long coastline that surrounds the Red Sea. Some of the most outstanding beaches are Dolphin Reef, Princess, Mosch or Hananya.

In the waters that bathe the Israeli city of Eilat you can practice endless water activities. Among them, swimming with long-beaked dolphins in the open sea stands out. If we go near the border with Egypt, in the Red Sea, divers will be able to enjoy an enclave that cannot be missed: a strain reserve of more than 1 .2 km long. Endless species of colorful fish and precious corals live in this natural enclave. And without fear of being mistaken, I believe that it is the main attraction of Eilat, where you can admire the beauty of nature both on the surface and underwater. From the observation deck you can see four countries at once: Israel, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia. And now we will make a descent to 6 meters deep into pools with turtles, rays and sharks to explore the underwater world, observe its inhabitants and even see divers feeding the fish. The Marine Park Observatory is a conservation center, aquarium , and public park and houses more than 800 species.

Now how about taking a walk through the Red Canyon. This fascinating natural area is about 20 kilometers from Eilat and can be reached by car or bicycle. Red Canyon features narrow passageways with high red sandstone walls, intricate shapes and incredibly picturesque scenery and we will make several breaks for photos, beautiful and unusual. From there we go to Timna National Park which also offers dizzying landscapes, reddish walled corridors up to 850 meters high, picturesque stone figures with their own names and even a lake where you can ride a catamaran. For many travelers, and continuing with the adventures Less than 30 kilometers from Eilat is the impressive Negev desert. Going through it on a camel, on horseback, on foot or on a Segway is a unique experience in which being reunited with nature is the prize. we go to the camel ranch as Camel riding in Eilat is a fun and traditional way to explore the landscape, at sunset through Wadi Shlomo and Tzfachot, then we will relax for a while in a Bedouin tent while having a cup of naana tea and we eat a light dinner with this unique and delicious bread called laffa.

And to finish with a lot of fun and adrenaline we go to the tayelet, which is the promenade and we get on the Yaniv FireBall Eilat, an attraction for the most adventurous of 80 meters high, where we get into a ball between two large pillars that with giant leagues will throw us into the sky spinning around very exciting!!! It must also be said that Eilat is the city with the most clubs, bars per capita in Israel, so let’s continue enjoying the night out!!!

 

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

I also tell you that on my page we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, a doctor specializing in otoneurology. In Mexico. He was one of the first to start performing operations to place cochlear implants in adults and children. It is currently the one that has carried out the most operations in our country.

The AMAOIR Foundation, which he chairs, supports implant candidates

cochlear disorders to get donations, gives important family counseling as well as auditory-verbal therapies.



Hearing impairment is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand spoken language and to be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many causes for which a person can lose their hearing, it can be

lose at birth or during their lifetime.

You may have listened, spoken, and then lost that ability because you didn’t hear.

For this reason there are two different options for people with this

disability:

  1. Learn to listen or do it again with the support of technology, that is,

the use of hearing aids and/or cochlear implants, supported by a

therapy according to your needs

  1. Learn the sign language of your community as a first language,

It is therefore important that all hearing impaired people and their

relatives know both options.

The most important thing is respect and understanding that with or without devices, with oral or sign language, all are people with hearing disabilities and this podcast is focused on the entire spectrum, which is why we have an LSM interpreter, subtitles and transcription .

We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

Here I present the Amaoir section. I am sure that you will learn extremely useful and interesting things about hearing impairment.

 

VIDEO DR:

Hi, I’m Dr. Gonzalo Coirvera Behar. Hearing is the only one of our senses that can be replaced by a computer, but as one might think, it is expensive, a way is needed so that people who do not have health insurance or have no way of accessing it can achieve it. because it is very important when it is necessary, especially in young children, to do it quickly if the opportunity is not lost and the children finally continue their lives with a disability that they may not have, so that is why we founded the Mexican Association for Hearing, help us to hear that the we know by its acronym amaoir, which is a non-profit association aimed at giving cochlear implants to people who need it most



I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

 

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Africa

Fez,i

FEZ,MOROCCO

 

The spiritual heart of Morocco

In today’s episode we are going to tour the labyrinthine city of Fez in Morocco, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you what we are looking for In this podcast, by the way, the only one in Mexico dedicated to the community that lives with any type of hearing disability, it is first of all to make a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need Also is a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and senses to Fez, which is an Imperial City located in the north of Morocco, so breathe, shake my hand, let me guide you and let’s get started!

episode transcription

Arriving at Fez can shock you, within its robust walls, in the elaborate architecture, the historical medina and the multitude of people we find the place where the old Morocco still exists:

It is easy to understand why Fez is called the spiritual heart of Morocco. One of the four imperial cities of Morocco, shown to be authentic and chaotic.

Time seems to have stood still in much of this city, nowhere else can you find such a strong link to the kingdom’s past, an inspiring mix of old and new.

The city of Fez is located in north-central Morocco, about 60 km east of Meknes. It is the oldest of the Moroccan imperial capitals and the most complete medieval city in the Arab world. Fez’s development took off in the early 9th century when Idriss II established it as his capital. They established two separate walled cities on either side of the Fez River and provided the crafts and entrepreneurial skills for the commercial development of Fez. Later, the seat of government moved to Marrakech. Today, the Medina of Fez offers a fascinating window into a medieval world clinging to modernity. The narrow buildings of Medina hide an intricate network of alleys, passages and small squares where people bake bread, dye leather, weave cloth and hammer metal as they have done for centuries.

video seamstresses speaking guide: what’s her name? point of fez, it is a part of the trousseau of the bride for the wedding, also tablecloths and on both sides it is the same.

 

Ancient mosques and madrasas, water fountains in the streets, souks offering every imaginable product, palaces, hammams (public baths) and traditional inns (fondouks) provide landmarks among the bewildering maze of streets where getting lost is part of the fun. to explore this fascinating city.

This is a labyrinthine medina that you quickly get used to enjoying its colors, aromas and sounds, it definitely has a lot to tell. It is actually a labyrinth that includes more than 300 neighborhoods and just over 9,000 alleys.

See here the main entrance to Medina, the Blue Gate is impressive, don’t you think? It was built in 1913. Bab Boujeloud is a gate with three arches decorated with mosaics of blue tiles. This area is always very crowded with many cafes and terraces.

We visited La Medersa Bou Inania, it was inaugurated in 1357 and it is one of the most important Koranic schools in Fez and it is very well maintained, which makes it an unmissable place to visit in Fez. A mosque also works inside, for this reason it has a minaret

The decoration is characteristic of various styles and recalls some techniques used in the palaces of the Alhambra in Granada; based on stucco, wood, tiles up to two meters high on the wall and marble on the floor.

Since the 11th century Fez has more than 60 public fountains for water supply, which were implemented from works that diverted the water from its natural sources at that time. Let’s see the Nejjarine Fountain.

In the labyrinthine streets of the Medina of Fez there are countless souks. The most traditional and important are: Attarine, with a wide variety of spices; Henna, with cosmetics and pharmaceuticals, especially henna; Nejjarine with carpentry works; and other more traditional ones such as the Bellagine, the Chemainne or the Sekkatine Souk.

I love Moroccan products and their handicrafts, so we are going to visit Berber art workshops and we can participate in some mini-classes with true artisans.

Mudray Idris II is the patron saint of the city of Fez and the most revered saint in Morocco. In 1308 (500 years after his death) a body was found in a perfect state of preservation and it was attributed to Mudray Idris II. From this, first the site where it was found was declared a sacred place and later (in 1824 ) a spectacular mausoleum was built. It is unmistakable to identify by its green dome that can be seen from various parts of the city and unfortunately, like many places here, you cannot visit inside

The AL KARAOUINE MOSQUE was built in the year 859 and is the largest building in Fez, although it cannot be seen very clearly, because it is surrounded by houses that hide its exterior, we know that it also contains a university with a large library with 30,000 works .

One of the most characteristic places in Fez is the Chouara Tannery, which has been in business for more than 1,000 years and is one of the most characteristic postcards of Fez. It is the largest of the four traditional tanneries that are still alive in the heart of Medina. Fes el-Bali. In them, countless pits full of natural dyes make up a colorful landscape while they are in charge of the production and coloring of the leather of the lamb, the ox, the goat and the camel.

video tanners speak guide: it is the largest and oldest tannery here in Morocco, from the 14th century, it is hard and dirty work, the first operation is in the white vat that carries lime, water and pigeon poop, yael asks, pigeon poop? The guide answers, yes, because it has ammonia to make the leather softer and soften and lime to remove the wool and hair, the leather is left there for a week and then it goes to a washing machine, washed with fresh water under the that house, repeat p`y signal: first the white tub, then wash, then in the tubs to dye to make colors.

The first step that is carried out in the traditional tanneries is to introduce the skins into huge vats full of lime and pigeon droppings, where they are left to rest for several days. Subsequently, the remains of hair that remain adhered to the skin are removed and proceed to the coloring of the pieces, introducing them into large buckets or tubs filled with natural dyes of different colors. Once the skins are colored and dry, they will pass into the hands of the artisans who will take care of transforming them into elaborate bags, suitcases, shoes and coats for sale to the public. Let’s go up to one of the shops with terraces from which you can observe the hard work of the artisans. To make the visit more friendly and the smell is not disgusting, they offer you mint branches that help a lot. Despite the unbearable stench, the Chouara tannery offers one of the most representative images of the city and it is essential to visit it to get to know Fez.

Now let’s go to the ROYAL PALACE OF FEZ, this Palace cannot be entered either, but it is worth including it in our tour to witness its doors. Some works of bronze art with ceramic tiles in the colors green that symbolizes Islam and blue, of the city. The palace was built in the 14th century outside the Medina, because there was no room in it, so a new medina was built around it, called Fez el-Jdid

Truly an intense, different and very interesting tour, don’t you think? And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet wanting to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with the imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask that if you liked the content, share it with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE SPACE AND DIFFERENT THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

I also tell you that on my page we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, a doctor specializing in otoneurology. In Mexico. He was one of the first to start performing operations to place cochlear implants in adults and children. It is currently the one that has carried out the most operations in our country.

The AMAOIR Foundation, which he chairs, supports implant candidates

cochlear disorders to get donations, gives important family counseling as well as auditory-verbal therapies.

Hearing impairment is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand spoken language and to be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many causes for which a person can lose their hearing, it can be

lose at birth or during their lifetime.

You may have listened, spoken, and then lost that ability because you didn’t hear.

For this reason there are two different options for people with this

disability:

  1. Learn to listen or do it again with the support of technology, that is,

the use of hearing aids and/or cochlear implants, supported by a

therapy according to your needs

  1. Learn the sign language of your community as a first language,

It is therefore important that all hearing impaired people and their

relatives know both options.

The most important thing is respect and understanding that with or without devices, with oral or sign language, all are people with hearing disabilities and this podcast is focused on the entire spectrum, which is why we have an LSM interpreter, subtitles and transcription .

We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

Here I present the Amaoir section. I am sure that you will learn extremely useful and interesting things about hearing impairment.

VIDEO DOCTOR: Hello, I am Dr. Gonzalo Corvera Behar, today we are going to talk about the Neonatal Hearing Screen, it is a test that can be done and should be done to all babies that are born, that is a very simple test and they pinch the baby a device and in seconds we can know if their hearing works, that is, the baby listens, it is very important to do it to all the babies that are born because if they do have a problem, we have limited time to solve it, if we attend to it in time we can make that baby have a development on a par with other children who are born without any hearing problem and if we do not treat it, a child who is born with profound hearing loss will not learn to speak, will not learn to read or write or at least be It is going to make it much more difficult to achieve those things and their opportunities in later life are greatly limited, everything becomes much more difficult, so it is very, very important that all babies have their hearing screened within the first days of being born. neonatal.



I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

 

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

 

This proyect is born from the intention of helping and creating comunity in different causes and institutions. 

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Europe English

Hallstatt,i

Hallstatt, Austria

 

The most beautiful city in Europe

In today’s episode we are going to tour the city that seems to come out of the tales of the Grimm brothers since it gives away magic and fantasy, we arrived at Hallstatt in Austria, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you that what we are looking for in this podcast is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, I am glad to greet you, I am Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to the source of inspiration for the fictional kingdom of Arendelle from the saga of the famous film Frozen, if we arrive in Hallstatt in Austria, so breathe, give me your hand, let me guide you and let’s start!!

Just over an hour from Salzburg, Austria. We arrived at what many have classified as the most beautiful town in the world, what do you think? Hallstatt really looks like a postcard, don’t you think?

It is forbidden to use cars, only residents can do it, so we will look for a place to leave the car on the outskirts of town and we will do the tour on foot, as we like so much!

To start this trip, we are going to take the funicular and go up to the skywalk, which is a viewpoint at the top of one of the alpine mountains and from where we can appreciate this beautiful landscape. And here we also find the oldest salt mine in the world. At the entrance they give us a kind of shelter to protect us. If you are claustrophobic I recommend you stay outside, but if not, it is well worth entering and living the experience !

Some data show that the exploitation of this salt mine began 7000 years ago, since then and until recently it has been the economic engine of the region. Following our way to the salt mine, a small building is located with the skeletal remains of the older ancient found in the year 1000 a.c. who is known as the salt man, as well as a small church and an archaeological center. Once well into the mine there are several interpretation rooms that explain, among other things, the geological origin of the mine, as well as everything related to anthropology. The story of the discovery of an eight-meter-long wooden ladder which is considered the oldest in Europe and used to access the mine, as well as a fist-thick rope, caught my attention. Both instruments were intact and preserved by the salt. The most fun part of the visit to the salt mine comes with the slides that are used to go down to the lower floors without having to go down the uncomfortable stairs. It is undoubtedly the great attraction of the tour! Finally, a cogwheel train takes us outside the mine through a long tunnel that seems to have no end. Without a doubt, an experience difficult to forget and highly recommended, what did you think?

We go for a walk and each place or corner that you discover seems more beautiful than the previous one. Its wooden houses, with peaked roofs and balconies make you fall in love as soon as you enter the place.

Before reaching the center, the Hallstatt Museum is located, where objects related to the exploitation of its famous salt mines dating back to the Bronze Age are exhibited, as we have already seen.

Let’s walk to reach the town square, the Marktplatz, the heart of Hallstatt. We will see the stone fountain in the central area and the Lutheran church that dates from 1861 and is located right there in front of the corner.

Look how several piers are located on the shores of the lake and let’s take photos because the views of the mountains are simply spectacular! Here we can rent a small boat and row for a while among swans.

Before reaching Gosaümuhlstrasee we will see a beautiful Waldbachstrub waterfall and do some trekking. This tour is for total enjoyment when appreciating nature, it is undoubtedly a town to breathe, feel, observe and enjoy without rushing or itineraries.


And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

I also tell you that on my webpage we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, a doctor specializing in otoneurology. In Mexico. He was one of the first to start performing operations to place cochlear implants in adults and children. It is currently the one that has carried out the most operations in our country.

The AMAOIR Foundation, which he chairs, supports implant candidates

cochlear disorders to get donations, gives important family counseling as well as auditory-verbal therapies.

Hearing impairment is an invisible and little understood disability.

What is lost is the ability to understand spoken language and to be able to

communicate with the other person in that language.

There are many causes for which a person can lose their hearing, it can be

lose at birth or during their lifetime.

You may have listened, spoken, and then lost that ability because you didn’t hear.

For this reason there are two different options for people with this

disability:

  1. Learn to listen or do it again with the support of technology, that is,

the use of hearing aids and/or cochlear implants, supported by a

therapy according to your needs

  1. Learn the sign language of your community as a first language,

It is therefore important that all hearing impaired people and their

relatives know both options.

The most important thing is respect and understanding that with or without devices, with oral or sign language, all are people with hearing disabilities and this podcast is focused on the entire spectrum, which is why we have an LSM interpreter, subtitles and transcription .

 

 

We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Here I present the Amaoir section. I am sure that you will learn extremely useful and interesting things about hearing impairment.



I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

 

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

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America

SMA,i

San Miguel de Allende

                       A beautiful colonial Mexican city

In today’s episode we are going to tour the beautiful Mexican colonial city of San Miguel de Allende, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you that What we are looking for in this podcast is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to San Miguel de Allende in the state of Guanajuato, to be amazed by its artistic, architectural, cultural and gastronomic heritage. So breathe, close your eyes if possible and you are not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!

Located about 4 hours by road from Mexico City, in the popular state of Guanajuato, San Miguel de Allende falls in love at first sight as it is one of the most beautiful colonial cities in Mexico. The truth is that I think it is one of the places with the most color and bohemian atmosphere in our Republic and I love to return every time I can to visit its beautiful corners.

Beautiful cobbled streets surrounded by viceregal houses and brightly colored baroque facades of the historic center, was declared a World Heritage Site.

What if we start our visit to the old town of San Miguel de Allende in the Main Square or Jardín Allende, center and meeting point between locals and tourists.

Beautiful laurels, a small bandstand and beautiful colonial houses such as the Municipal Palace and the house of the Mayorazgo de la Canal, welcome us at this neuralgic point.

Let’s enter the most representative building of the Jardín Allende, which is undoubtedly the Parish of San Miguel Arcángel, built in 1709, what a surprising Gothic façade! It reminds me of the great European cathedrals. Do you?

As you know, I really enjoy sitting down to watch people go by and what better way to do it than on one of its wrought iron benches and feel the good atmosphere that is breathed at all hours in this square, full of artists, musicians, artisans, tourists and a very interesting mix of people who live in or visit the city.

Obviously our route will be on foot through one of the most beautiful streets in the city, Cuna de Allende.

We have to try a delicious churro in the famous Churrería San Agustín, in front of it is Juárez street where the Temple of San Francisco is located, which stands out for its facade full of saints sculpted in stone, an imposing neoclassical tower and the statue of San Francisco de Asís , located in the highest part.

The impressive facade that mixes the baroque, churrigueresque and rococo styles, contrasts with a sober interior with various paintings and murals.

This street, lined with one- and two-story viceroyalty houses with facades painted in red, yellow, and orange colors, has unique views of the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel.

This street continues with Aldama Street, another of the most beautiful in San Miguel de Allende, although it is best to spend time walking slowly through all the streets located around Jardín de Allende, such as San Francisco, and entering its craft shops and have a drink in cafes like Lavanda Café and taste an exquisite coffee with a touch of lavender and enjoy the best breakfasts. Undoubtedly the joke of this city is to walk without haste, enter each store, boutique, hotel that catches your eye, try different flavors and see how much art exists around here, you should know that several foreigners, both European, American and Canadian They have stayed to live by falling in love with this small town.

In Cuna street, we cannot miss a visit to the Casa Allende Museum to learn about the life of General Ignacio de Allende, one of the main heroes of Mexican Independence. This historic building from 1760, where Ignacio Allende was born and grew up, houses a Valuable collection of pieces from the time of Independence and you can also learn about aspects of the social and cultural life of San Miguel de Allende at that time.

Some cultural spaces that are one of my favorites are the Instituto Allende, a beautiful building built in the 18th century, of great importance in education and the cultural development of the city, and the incredible Fábrica de la Aurora, a renowned center for art and design with more than 40 art galleries and studios, located in an old textile factory, on the outskirts of the old town with the best boutiques and galleries in the area, we will truly find unique things, it is worth visiting calmly.

Going up Insurgentes street we will arrive at the Temple of the Oratory of San Felipe Neri, this church that was an old Indian chapel, marvels for its monumental facade made of pink stone in 1712, presided over by Our Lady of Solitude, the Indian Virgin.After After crossing a magnificent wooden door, you will enter an interior decorated with paintings that recount the life of Felipe Neri, founder of the Congregation of the Oratory, as well as an offering area for the faithful who need a miracle.

Although in the historic center we find numerous shops with beautiful handicrafts, we have to enter the Handicraft Market full of stalls to buy the best souvenir for family and friends.

In this large market you will find all kinds of objects made with materials such as brass, wood, glass, gold and ceramics by local artisans, such as the typical Mexican catrinas.

Another of the churches is the Temple of the Immaculate Conception, known as “las Monjas” for housing a convent for the nuns of the order of the Immaculate Conception. This temple stands out for its dome supported by columns that frame large windows while in the interior preserves a valuable collection of paintings by painters from New Spain such as Miguel Cabrera.

Leaving Parque Juárez, a few meters from there we come across “los lavaderos”, a picturesque square where some people still wash their clothes while they catch up on the news of the town. Let’s go up these stone stairs while we walk among the most spectacular houses in all of San Miguel and with patience we will enjoy the landscape in its impressive viewpoint.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

I also tell you that on my page we already have the Amaoir section with capsules from Dr. Gonzalo Corvera: One of the most renowned doctors in Mexico who perform cochlear implant surgery on children, young people and adults with hearing disabilities. Review them and I hope they will help you a lot, you will learn a lot about interesting topics related to hearing impairment. We want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, so it is extremely important that you subscribe to the YouTube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente all together and with lower case, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us the most in RA.

Now if you like to cook, click on the button and if not, keep traveling.

If you have not done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! remember that it is extremely important that in order to help people who live with hearing disabilities to get aids, implants, spaces or therapies, you join this project and grow this beautiful community of people who help and give something in return, you just have to subscribe on the channel and the page and share the links to reach many more!! help me do it. Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!!

Below I present the new section by Dr. Gonzalo Corvera, one of the most renowned Mexican doctors who performs cochlear implant surgery in children, adolescents and adults and with his specialty in specialist in Otorhinolaryngology and Neuro Otology, attends to people who live with hearing disabilities, director of the Mexican Association for Hearing “Help us to hear” I am sure that you will learn extremely useful and interesting things about these topics.



I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

 

This proyect is born from the intention of helping and creating comunity in different causes and institutions. 

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Europe English

Turin, Italy

Turin, Italy

 

The most Elegant City in Italy

In today’s episode we are going to tour the elegant region of northern Italy known as Turin, accompanied by our guide Fabiola, an interpreter of Mexican Sign Language, and before flying with the power of imagination and being able to enjoy this tour, I want to tell you that What we are looking for in this podcast is first of all to create a community that helps and to be able to raise funds so that people with hearing problems have the help they need and that is why we want this project to reach a lot of people to achieve the objective, as well that it is extremely important that you subscribe to the youtube channel, https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyante all together and with lower case letters, that you make comments on the page and that you share this project with all your people, the more it grows, the more we can help and that is what interests us most in RA. It is also a project that seeks to give you a space to learn about different histories, cultures, uses, customs, music, art and gastronomy from around the world and learn something new in each episode.

episode transcription

 

Hello, I’m glad to greet you, I’m Yael Yancelson and today we fly quickly with the power of imagination and the senses to Turin in Italy to be amazed by its artistic, cultural and, above all, gastronomic heritage. So breathe, close your eyes if possible and you are not doing anything else, give me your hand and let yourself be guided, we begin!

Elegant and austere, Turin boasts graceful aristocratic residences of the past, impressive Baroque palaces, rich museums and priceless monuments, making it a unique blend of ancient and modern. Turin is one of those Italian cities to be reckoned with, and rightly so. , an open-air museum: let’s walk through Piazza San Carlo, to enjoy every corner that you will see that holds surprises and wonders. Here we will be able to rest a little while watching the people go by and enjoy the fantastic bicerin, a hot non-alcoholic drink typical of Turin, made with coffee, chocolate and milk cream. Not to be missed!

So we are going to enter the twin churches of Santa Cristina and San Carlo Borromeo, baroque jewels commissioned by María Cristina of France and Carlos Manuel I of Savoy at the beginning of the 17th century.

Remember that Realidad Alternativa is a project that comes from the heart, with the idea of ​​being inclusive and in solidarity with people who live with hearing disabilities, who have taught us that this space can be enjoyed in very different ways and that is why you can review it at the platform of your choice, remember that we already have a Mexican Sign Language interpreter and on our page you can have accessible navigation and adjust it to your needs by clicking on the disability icon, all this so that you can enjoy each tour to the fullest and also that we will know different causes throughout each episode to help and leave a grain of sand on this wonderful planet. Subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! We also have a new and excellent section with tips and recommendations from the Amaoir Foundation with the renowned Dr. Corvera whom we greatly appreciate for joining this podcast and above all for giving us such interesting information, find it right here and in the section of the page that says Amaoir .

Returning to via Roma from the opposite side of the square, we will pass by the Monumento a Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia statue, symbol of the city, known by the Turinese as “Cavàl ‘d Brons”, the bronze horse: let’s enter Piazza Castello , another of the noble places of the city, where the Palazzo Madama stands out.

Did you know that the first chocolates were invented in Turin? They were called Diablottini! In Turin, the first bar espresso coffee machine also saw the light, the steam instrument patented and built in 1884 by Angelo Moriondo, which became famous during the great Italian General Exhibition in Valentino Park and boy is the espresso delicious! !!!

Turin is pure architecture! let’s make a stop in Via Giulia di Barolo to admire the Casa Scaccabarozzi. Also known as Fetta di Polenta due to its geometry, this building designed by the architect Alessandro Antonelli is one of the most curious pieces of architecture in the city, from there we went to an old working-class neighborhood from the late 19th century, Via Giulia di Barolo, where there is the Mau, the first open-air Italian Museum of Contemporary Art in an urban center. What’s it like to walk through an art settlement with 140 works of street art? I found that in Turin there is a new way of consuming, the Green Pea project turns out to be the first ecological shopping center in the world. 72 shops designed to maximize levels of sustainability while respecting the harmony of nature, extremely interesting, right?

Did you know that the aperitif was invented in Turin? Yes, in 1787 a certain Antonio Benedetto Carpano invented vermouth and, since then, the moment of the aperitif – from 6 to 9 in the evening more or less – has become increasingly important in Turin and has spread to the rest of Italy.

And that is how we leave this beautiful and interesting region of the planet with the desire to return. We will travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world, to discover, enjoy and fly with our imagination, I wait for you every Friday and I ask you if you like me Share the content with your friends and give me a like and a review of your comments because with that you help me a lot to raise the ranking of this podcast, ALTERNATIVE REALITY A UNIQUE AND DIFFERENT SPACE THAT CREATES COMMUNITY. We make a difference. And as I always tell you when helping others, we mainly help ourselves. If you want to know what the Include Me Foundation does for the labor and social integration of people living with intellectual disabilities, enter the link: www. incluyeme.org and if it moves you and interests you, review how you can support this interesting project.

If you have not done so, subscribe for free on the page www.realidadalternativamx.com.mx and on the YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/@realidadalternativaincluyente and travel every week to another corner of this wonderful world! remember that it is extremely important that in order to help people who live with hearing disabilities to get aids, implants, spaces or therapies, you join this project and grow this beautiful community of people who help and give something in return, you just have to subscribe on the channel and the page and share the links to reach many more!! help me do it. Thank you for traveling with me, until next week!!

I want to thank Fabiola Ruiz Bedolla, our Mexican Sign Language interpreter, and her entire team of collaborators, as well as a very special thanks to Mercedes Obregón, director of the Pedagogical Institute for Language Problems, IPPLIAP. Thank you for joining this project and all of you for making it possible!

You can listen to our podcast in
the following platforms

 

Don’t forget to see the recipe from your favorite episode! 

If you are interested in knowing more about this subject, enter the following link:

 

This proyect is born from the intention of helping and creating comunity in different causes and institutions. 

INCLUYEME ORG

SUBSCRIBE TO OUR PODCAST

 

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