I'm not seeking a path to people, but with them
ID: Marino was blinded in an accident at 23. Later, he studied social work, receiving the highest award of the faculty for his diploma. He completed 7 years of training in psychotherapy, became a yoga trainer and a healer. He is in the management team of a society helping children with behavioural and learning difficulties.
He works with and develops programmes to rehabilitate people who become blind later in life. He occasionally works as an outside expert at the faculty, where he tries to enable students to experience and understand handicaps. He plans to enrol for a master's degree. He´s living on his own.
A broken bone heals stronger
Participant at the International Adult Learners´ Forum at Knuston Hall, Northamptonshire, UK in October 2004.
ID: Dusica, a retired English and Russian teacher, is 67. For thirty years, she taught foreign languages in primary school. She wrote two textbooks for extra English lessons, and published numerous articles on education. She began to write seriously after the tragic death of her husband. Her literary opus now extends to 60 volumes. She founded her own publishing house, which publishes English-teaching materials, books on Slovenian folk traditions and professional education literature. For 15 years, she has also lectured in the form of unique motivational workshops for a whole range of people: children in nursery schools, primary and secondary school students, teachers, parents, professionals, elderly, patients, people in spas, libraries, retirement homes. As long as she´s healthy, she has no intention of slowing down her hectic pace.