T_OHR Sehbehinderten- und Blindenreportage in Gesellschaft und Sport

T_OHR is the abbreviation for the center for visually impaired and blind reporting in society and sport and sponsored by AWO-Passgenau e.V . T_OHR is funded by Aktion Mensch and is supported by the DFL Stiftung.

T_OHR expands the existing expertise of the blind reporting from the football context to large parts of society and other sports.

The T_OHR logo on the left with the AWO heart and on the right the T_Ohr logo which consists of 5 squares at the bottom and above them is an arch and wavy lines which are supposed to represent radio frequencies.

Contact

AWO-Passgenau e.V.
c/o AWO Südwest gGmbH
St. Michael-Straße 2
D-66424 Homburg

Tel. + 49 152 51 86 59 02
Fax +49 681 98 92 773
info@awo-passgenau.de
www.awo-passgenau.de


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The logo of the DFL Foundation, here it consists of 3 colours, white, red and black. It is square, in the upper 3/4 the centre circle of a football field is depicted, but this is bent to the top so that a heart is formed, the grass here is in a warm red tone, the centre line runs from the bottom left to the top right.   Under this red square, the DFL Foundation can be read in large letters in black.

DFL-Foundation
The DFL Foundation stands up above all for young people, promotes their integration and participation, their healthy and active growth and success in top-class sport.
One of their flagship projects is the Bundesliga travel guide, which supports fans with and without disabilities in planning their visit to the stadium: www.barrierefrei-ins-stadion.

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The T_OHR logo on the left with the AWO heart and on the right the T_Ohr logo which consists of 5 squares at the bottom and above them is an arch and wavy lines which are supposed to represent radio frequencies.

Projekt T_OHR
T_OHR started in 2018 with the support of Aktion Mensch and the DFL-Stiftung. T_OHR want´t to enable more participation by implementing audio descriptet commentary in sport but also in culture. Here T_OHR advises associations, clubs and cultural workers on how technically and qualitatively a ADC can be implemented.

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The picture shows Broder-Jürgen Trede, he has warm friendly eyes, wears a black jumper and sits in front of a bookcase in which we can see many blue HSV books. He has greyish hair and is freshly shaved, he smiles discreetly but very sympathetically.

Live sports reports in times of the pandemic
Our colleague Broder-Jürgen Trede will give a lecture on Friday, May 21st at 12 noon at the Sight-City Forum with the topic:
“Live sports reports for the blind and visually impaired in times of the pandemic” b. He will be happy to answer your questions after this lecture. Take a look directly in the forum.

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