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This is a podcast that looks at disability stories. it's like sitting down with a really close friend to have real conversations about disability, sexuality and everything else about the disability experience that we don't talk about; the things about being disabled we keep in the dark. The show is hosted by Disability Awareness Consultant Andrew Gurza.
 
The words “Disability Humility” means the act of learning about experiences, histories and politics of disability, recognizing that one’s knowledge and understanding of disability will always be partial, and that one should act in light of that fact. All the necessary information to be aware and conscious of the challenges the disability community goes through will be discussed on our podcast.
 
Tune in as we talk about the NDIS and disability sector topics. In this podcast series, the NDS team along with studio guests explore the changing shape of the sector. You will hear the voices of experts in our sector and people with disability providing real life examples and operational advice for disability service providers.
 
Join DSC’s podcast series with hosts, Roland and Evie Naufal as they chat with interesting guests who have carved their own path in the disability sector - revealing battle scars, imparting wisdom and talking straight about their journeys. This podcast aims to have the kind of conversations that come about when passionate people aren’t afraid to speak their mind.
 
Real conversations. No-nonsense talk from everyday people with disabilities living their most independent lives everyday lives. Tune in for the latest news surrounding disability, accessibility, and independence, where conversations aren't dissed and stories that need to be told aren't missed. Subscribe to this podcast to stay in the know. Disability Talks: Don't Dis my Ability is hosted by Shelly Houser. Abilities in Motion is a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping ...
 
The purpose of You First is to discuss the rights of individuals with disabilities, putting your rights first. Host Keith Casebonne tackles important issues with knowledgeable guests, accounting first-hand experiences and discussing available resources for persons with disabilities. This podcast is produced by Disability Rights Florida, a not-for-profit corporation working to protect and advance the rights of Floridians with disabilities through advocacy and education. You can learn more abo ...
 
The LOMAH Podcast is an award winning show that runs topical series deep diving into an issue for 10-12 episodes with interviews from expert guests, including self advocates. Your host, Kim, has a teenage daughter with level 3 non speaking autism who will require 24/7 support the rest of her life. Like many parents, Kim has a lot of important questions. She does not claim to know the answers for her child nor yours but does promise to search for them and share what she is discovering along t ...
 
Break a Leg! is a podcast that explores the relationship between disability and the arts. Join playwright and advocate Nicole Zimmerer and her guests as they cover topics in theatre, film, TV, studio arts, music, and more. We’ll be spilling the “Disabili-Tea” on current and past events in disability history and investigate the future of accessibility in the arts. This podcast is perfect for fans of the arts looking to learn more about accessibility through an intersectional lens in a fun and ...
 
Meeting with people in the disabled community to hear their stories and to inform people about the different disabilities. My goal is to inspire people and for people to learn something new. New episodes uploaded weekly. Download the podcast for free on all podcast streaming apps. Follow us on our Facebook and Instagram accounts at Disability to Ability Podcast.
 
This podcast brings you insights from leading experts in disability and mad studies from around the world. You’ll hear about the research and work of disabled scholars, activists, artists and our allies. You’ll also get some insight into their lives - their favourite non-DS activities, hobbies, and adventures. Most importantly, however, you’ll get to hear how they think disability can save the world…
 
The CDERP podcast series is about sharing information, ideas and educating the community about Disability Employment. We cover a wide range of areas from practice, services, policy, participants, family and more. Some podcasts are live and some are recorded and many will have invited co-hosts to share their story. Listen, learn, share and contribute.
 
A podcast where we interview people living with disabilities or life prohibiting conditions across all of Ireland and abroad and how this impacts their daily life but equally importantly how they are able to overcome such barriers to lead a fulfilling life. We also aim to educate family, friends or someone recently diagnosed with a disease on what to expect and gain a deeper insight into dealing with it.
 
Sex, Drugs and Disability covers taboo topics that we often deal with or are curious about but rarely discuss. Julie Negrin is a 4x cancer survivor and unafraid to share her own deeply personal experiences. Through humor, storytelling and interviews with friends, Julie tries to make sense of the world as a newly disabled woman who may not have long to live.
 
Radio Eye broadcasts the reading of current news, public service and general interest programming to listeners and others who are blind and print-disabled, with the vision of producing quality programming designed to help our listening audience lead enriched, productive, and independent lives. Disability News is a weekly program featuring news about various disabilities. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that a ...
 
First Peoples Disability Network (Australia) is a national organisation of and for Australia’s First Peoples with disability, their families and communities. Its purpose is to promote respect for human rights, secure social justice, and empower First Peoples with disability to participate in Australian society on an equal basis with others. We are the custodians of the narratives of First Peoples with disability, their families and communities and we recognise this important responsibility. ...
 
How does living with disability and chronic illness impact on a person's quality of life? What are the consequences of physical limitations and treatment regimes? The tracks on his album explore real-life case studies in a variety of care environments. From domestic homes to residential and hospital settings, we explore physical, social and psychological impacts and investigate the extent to which care environments are enabling or disabling. The album also contains a fictional case study whi ...
 
At The House of Kids Development, We offer holistic programs and lectures and use incorporated cognitive therapies.This podcast covers a wide range of parenting issues that serve to help parents achieve better balance. Focusing on kids, parents, and the relationship between parents, the house of child development touches on all aspects of family life with a child with special needs. The podcast host delivers episodes on matters regarding children of all ages and welcomes guests, experts, and ...
 
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In episode 241 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with Dr. Laura McGuire a sexologist out of Widener University. We explore how watching their grandmother go through a traumatic brain injury and having to take care of her, informed their understanding of ableism, and also informed how Laura viewed relationships. We also talk about the ways we tea…
 
In this podcast we hear about the experiences of a disability service which has found a creative way to improve their staff supervision. Alyssa McIntyre and Dee Evans from Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities or ADEC share how their service, which supports people from ethnic backgrounds, has met the challenges of workforce supervision.…
 
Many educators are required by their district to use prepackaged curriculum sets. While these sets are very user friendly, they often do not follow a comprehensive literacy approach to learning and assume reading level equates thinking level. As a result, many learners are either left behind or lack access to age appropriate materials and cognitive…
 
Phone: (833) 467-3878 | Email: info@hopetrust.com Web: https://www.hopetrust.com/ Hope Trust has reinvented Trust management and oversight. They offer white-glove service. They answer "who is going to help my child when I am gone". They have made the letter of intent simple to do. Their Hope Care Plan starts the same as most LOIs. However, it goes …
 
Today's episode in our Podcast Disability Humility is about dreams and dancing. We had the honor to interview Joann Ferrara, founder of Dancing Dreams. Mrs. Ferrara shares with us how Dancing Dreams started and how it has grown. Another amazing podcast provides resources for children to make their dreams come true. Enjoy...…
 
Kitty Cone (1944-2015) was an American disability rights activist. She had muscular dystrophy (initially mis-diagnosed as cerebral palsy and polio). She moved to the California Bay Area in 1972, and began working as a community organizer for the disability rights movement in 1974. In today’s episode, Brad Gabrielson (cerebral palsay) and Greg Moll …
 
AnDread and Bill the Butcher Van Veghel dive into The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923). We discuss Lon Chaney’s connections to disability, Quasimodo as an empathetic disabled character, and the horrors of silent cinema. Show Notes available at freaksandpsychospodcast.com/episode014
 
Amanda didn't see a life of despair after her accident but rather and opportunity to heal and connect with others just like her! With the help of her mother, Amanda opened up Next Step Orlando where she and her team empower others to do their best, push their limits and find support and independence after an acquired disability. Listen in to hear h…
 
In this episode of You First, let's talk about saving the planet! We can fight climate change by eliminating all single-use plastics and walking to get where you need to go – that will save us all! But will it? Or does thinking like that make you an eco-ableist by not considering the needs of people with disabilities? Our first guest is Elizabeth W…
 
Follow us on Instagram and Twitter to get updates when episodes are released! @breakalegpod Break a Leg! is a podcast that explores the relationship between disability and the arts. Join playwright and advocate Nicole Zimmerer and her guests as they cover topics in theatre, film, TV, studio arts, music, and more. We’ll be spilling the “Disabili-Tea…
 
We speak with John Walsh, former NDIA board member and one of the key designers of the NDIS to discuss why he's in favour of independent assessments, rethinking 'reasonable and necessary' and the importance of real funds flexibility. John's submission to the JSC, DSC newsletter, DSC website, DSC training, TRANSCRIPT…
 
On this month's podcast Graeae's Creative Learning Director, Jodi-Alissa Bickerton, chats to Ensemble Graduates about their experience on Graeae's Ensemble theatre makers training programme which will be be running again this September 2021.저자 DAO and Graeae
 
In episode 240 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with disabled artist and proud gay disabled man, David Wudel. We talk about why he started his company 6 Wheel Painting Co., how he isn’t defined by his Cerebral Palsy, but by his art, and his experiences as a proud gay disabled man. It was so great to sit with him and just talk about being gay an…
 
Comprehensive literacy instruction at the emergent stage includes shared reading, predictable chart writing, alphabet and phonological awareness, writing, and self directed reading. Comprehensive literacy instruction at the conventional stage includes reading comprehension, word study, writing, and self directed reading. This episode gives a fly on…
 
Facebook: @HydroAssoc | Twitter: @HydroAssoc Website: https://www.hydroassoc.org/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/hydroassoc/featured Hydrocephalus Association local Community groups: https://www.hydroassoc.org/cause-view/community-network/ WALK to End Hydrocephalus events: hydroassoc.org/walk HydroAssist mobile app: https://www.hydroassoc.or…
 
Is there ever a last dance is an episode that provides information about Mark Morris Dance Group. Alexandra Cook and Calvin Rollins share with our audience who Mark Morris is, his journey and his legacy at Mark Morris Dance Group. How Dance for PD (Parkinson Disease) is a success and has become an important program for individuals with Parkinson. H…
 
In episode 239 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with Mumbai India based Occupational Therapist, Dr. Sakshi Tickoo. We talk about her experiences as a sick child, and how her love of the human body, multiple disabilities and other factors meant that being an OT chose her. Dr. Tickoo shares with us the cultural differences of being an OT in India…
 
Is there a part of you doubting literacy is truly possible for ALL learners regardless of degree of disability? Or, perhaps you are on the other side of the ring trying to convince others that lacking the ability to see, or move extremities, or speak does not exclude literacy possibilities. This conversation addresses common belief barriers and rem…
 
Council of Parents Advocates and Attorneys (COPAA) - https://www.copaa.org/​ Partnership for Extraordinary Minds (XMinds) - https://xminds.org/ Suzanne Blattner & Associates - https://www.suzannekeithblattner.com/​ Contact Monica - mmartinez@martinezadvocacy.com Monica Martinez, a Special Education Advocate with Suzanne Blattner & Associates in Mon…
 
Episode Notes In episode 238 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with 17 year old Hannah Pierce. We talk about what it’s like being a teenager with Cerebral Palsy; what it’s like wanting to go to house parties, having hip reconstruction at 11, growing up so fast as a disabled kid, and so much more! This one is important. Enjoy! Follow Hannah on so…
 
Episode Notes The Handicast: The Lost Chapter with Paralympian Elle Steele On this episode of The Handicast, Heather and Andrew sit down with contributor to the Handi Book & Paralympian Elle Steele (www.instagram.com/iamellesteele) all about the lost chapter of The Handi Book, Roleplay. Heather and I explore the roles that Elle takes on in her life…
 
Given the right accommodations everyone is capable of reading and writing, even those with the most significant physical disabilities. This is the first of 3 episodes tucked into our 15 episode literacy series that will focus specifically on learners with physical disabilities. Here, we learn of several tools that make literacy instruction accessib…
 
Heather Lorenzen, Executive Director for the Fargo location of Gigi’s Playhouse, a Down Syndrome Achievement Center. Down Syndrome occurs when a baby is born with a third copy of the 21st chromosome. Although it is considered a developmental and intellectual disability, people can live pretty normal lives and accomplish great things. Gigi’s Playhou…
 
Website - http://pittselitecontracting.com/​ Email - scottie@pittselite.com | Facebook - @pittselite Why does a company whose mission is helping families navigate the maze of disability services interview a contractor? Because many of us are looking to finish a basement, have an addition installed, or just renovate a bathroom/kitchen. And, speaking…
 
Episode Notes In episode 237 of Disability After Dark, I sit down with Zacc and Rachel and we explore their relationship to devoteeism. Zacc and Rachel share that THIS podcast and the episode on devoteeism brought them together, Rachel shares how devoteeism works for her, they both talk about how devoteeism impacts their relationship and a whole lo…
 
Episode Notes Quarantine & Chill is back, but renamed Palsy and The Pandemic! In this episode of Palsy and the Pandemic, I sit down with Savannah Lorenc as we talk about her experiences working in Public Health and being a disabled person. We talk about the lack of data around those who have multiple disabilities, vaccine efficacy and what it was l…
 
Every child should see themselves in the books they read. When a child can identify themselves just like the characters in their books, they become better readers. Representation is vital to everyone and young readers are hungry to see themselves in books. That’s why We need Diverse Books works with young Authors and Illustrators to develop books t…
 
It is important for learners with disabilities to have ample time in emergent reading and writing skills so as to build a solid platform for conventional literacy strategies. How do you know when that platform is ready to support more complex literacy instruction? This episode answers that question and lays out the areas to focus on when teaching c…
 
Website: https://www.kmclawmd.com/ Email: kelly@kmclawmd.com Phone: (443) 906-1477 Kelly McCrea is an estate planning attorney with KMC Law in Maryland. In this video, she explains what the components of an estate plan are and why it's important to get it done. This is a basic introduction, we don't spend too much time on any given topic - I will b…
 
Today’s subject is this podcast because it’s episode 100!! Whether this is the first time you’re listening or if you’re a longtime listener, this podcast is co-audio produced by three people and myself: Sarika Mehta, Geraldine Ah-Sue, and Cheryl Green. I’m proud to work with all three of them since the podcast started in 2017. You’ll hear us talk a…
 
Episode Notes In episode 236, I sit down with disabled supermodel Lucy Dawson as we shine a light on her misdiagnosis with Encephalitis being shrugged off as mental illness; almost dying, also encountering physical disability while in hospital and way more. We talk about being a disabled model, her 11 canes, fetishization and lots more. You won’t w…
 
Episode Notes It’s the season finale of Crip Times! Buckle up for lots of LOLs and too many puns. This week, Kayla, Kristina, and Andrew are joined by Ryan O’Connell, creator, writer, and star of Netflix’s Special. He’s done other stuff too but ughhh, who cares? We talk about cerebral palsy, the power of authentic disability representation, pushing…
 
Learners move through 14 stages of writing as they progress. This episode focuses on the earlier stages of writing and how we can best support learners with disabilities in moving through each while avoiding common mistakes. About the Guest: Jane Farrall Jane Farrall is a speech pathologist and special educator passionate about literacy, AAC and as…
 
Judy Siegle-Aamodt is an author, former paralympic athlete, public speaker, and a self-described odd-quad. In part 2 of our interview we learn more about her advocacy work for the disability community in Fargo-Moorhead and beyond. Some of the programs she works with include Night to Shine, Rest and Rejuv, Wheels for the World, and Open Arms Ministr…
 
Since recording this episode Jeff has changed companies. He is now an Area Lending Manager with Citibank. You can connect with him by phone, email, or LinkedIn. Phone: (301) 370-5874 Email: jeffrey.bochner@citi.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeffrey-bochner-3689416/ I apologize for the audio quality. I have replaced the microphone used d…
 
Episode Notes In episode 235, I sit down with my new friend Rebecca as we explore her experience with EDS; being diagnosed after not being believed. We talk about EDS, grief, and disability, as well as how to come out as disabled at work in marketing and sales and bookwork, how EDS has played into her parenting & intimacy + so much more. Enjoy! You…
 
In today's episode I had the pleasure to interview Mrs. Adina Sansolo. A young dedicated therapist that is passionate about her work. We will discuss topics like; how COVID-19 affected the way therapists work? Are therapists miracle workers? Creativity and Improvising new add-on. Hope you enjoy our episode as much as we did.…
 
In this episode we welcome prosthetist, John Hattingh, of Prosthetic Care of Virginia to the show. With 45 years of experience, John and his team create some of the most technologically advanced prosthetics in the world. From customizing hip and hemi prosthetics, myo and neuroelectronic arms that feel objects and temperatures through sensors, to os…
 
Often learners with disabilities are not provided ample opportunities for emergent literacy skills to solidify. This episode presents 4 questions to identify if our learner needs more time with emergent literacy strategies and several practical applications to build emergent reading skills. About the Guest Sofia Benson-Goldberg PhD, CC-SLP works as…
 
WEBSITE: www.noteableprogressions.com/ | Phone: 240-394-9399 ext. 101 Email: darcy@noteableprogressions.com Facebook: @NoteableProgressions Music therapy sessions are customized to meet the needs of each participant we serve. Goals vary greatly between individuals and can include social, emotional, physical, educational, and communication needs. In…
 
Today I’m in conversation with my friends Andrew Pulrang and Gregg Beratan. The three of us are co-partners in #CripTheVote, an online movement encouraging the political participation of disabled people that we started in 2016. You’ll hear us talk about the origins of #CripTheVote, the differences between the 2016 and 2020 election on disability po…
 
Episode Notes Spring has sprung and in this episode, I look at popular spring dating options and critically and criptically critique for their accessibility for disabled people. We find out why enjoying the rain on a spring day might not be the best option for power wheelchair users, why paddle boating isn’t super accessible when you can’t paddle o…
 
The nominations for The Shaw Trust Disability Power 100 are open, so our CEO Diane Lightfoot spoke to previous nominees Natasha Trotman, Shani Dhanda, Adi Latif and Samantha Renke to ask about what being on the list has meant to them. Diane is also joined by Clare Gray, Organisational Lead for Disability Advocacy at Shaw Trust who explains the impo…
 
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