Blog Posts by Dave Steele

Dave Steele Performs at the Manchester Cathedral

Caption: Nave in Manchester Cathedral, England by Michael D. Beckwith [CC BY 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons Editor's Note: During this time of holiday celebrations, Dave Steele brings us his poignant performance of his poetry reading at the Manchester Cathedral in England. Performance at the Manchester Cathedral By Dave Steele I was recently invited to speak at an event by a local


Talking About Terrorism As an Individual Who Is Blind or Visually Impaired

Editor's Note: On June 3, 2017, several major news stations interrupted their regularly scheduled programming once again to provide up-to-the-minute information relating to a terrorist attack in England. Sadly, these interruptions have become all too common in households across the country with terrorist attacks monopolizing today's headlines. Explaining these acts of terrorism to our children can be complicated. As visually impaired parents, we can't let our inability to "see" what is happening to impede our capacity to explain terrorism to our kids. In today's post, Peer Advisor Dave Steele (who resides in the UK with his wife, Amy and four children) recalls the recent terrorist attacks in his country. Dave shares a new poem and a personal story about his experience during the terror


Father's Day: "Daddy," a Title That Makes Me Most Proud

There are many things I am proud of in my life: my career as a singer, traveling the world from the age of 18 while getting paid to do something I love. I'm proud of the work I have done in the last three years raising awareness and supporting people with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP) and Usher Syndrome through my poetry and books. But of all the things I've been in my life, singer, author, poet, the title I'm most proud of is "Daddy."


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