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Best Disability podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Disability podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
It is not common practice to include people with disabilities among those who are considered as particularly vulnerable in disasters and displacement and who therefore require targeted response – yet statistics tell us that up to 10% of all displaced people will have a disability.The 27 feature theme articles in this issue of FMR show why disabled people who are displaced need particular consideration and highlight some of the initiatives taken (locally and at the global level) to change thi ...
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
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.B ...
 
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…
 
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.
 
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.
 
This annual lecture series celebrates the achievements of disabled people. The University is committed to establishing an inclusive environment, and we hope that this lecture series will be inspiring and empowering for everyone, particularly for our disabled staff and students. We hope that it will also increase understanding of the experiences of people living with a disability and of the creative and flexible support that may help them to flourish. The events are organised by the Equality ...
 
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 ...
 
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Today’s episode is all about disabled dancers with India Harville, an African American queer disabled femme teacher, somatic bodyworker, dancer, instructor, activist, and educator. You’ll hear India talk about how she became involved in dance and what it means to her, what accessed centered movement is and how it’s rooted in disability justice, and…
 
This week we speak with SDA sensei Brent Woolgar (he's one of our own and we're damn proud to say so). Discussing what it's like raising identical twin boys with nonidentical needs and why Assistive Technology isn't just for the big guys. Brent's ebook 'Fracture', DSC Fora, DSC Newsletter, DSC website…
 
Episode Notes In this episode, I sit down with John and Teri, a couple with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI). We explore their experiences with sex and spinal cord injury, autonomic dysreflexia, raising a son as a disabled couple and a whole lot more. It was a really interesting conversation to also explore the similarities and differences between congenit…
 
Carli Friedman, CQL Director of Research will join us and discuss behaviour support and all things CQL. Carli oversees all CQL data analyses and research projects research, while focusing on quality of life, community integration and social determinants of integration and ableism.By Centre for Disability Employment Research and Practice
 
In this episode we delve into the Link Between Learning Disabilities and Entrepreneurship and business and the impact of coronavirus. Did you know that there’s a strong correlation between entrepreneurial success and learning disabilities? There are just under 650,000 people in Ireland with a disability, or just over 13 per cent of the population. …
 
INCLUDEnyc’s Julianne Toce interviews David Bloomfield, Professor of Educational Leadership, Law, and Policy at Brooklyn College. David discusses the state of special education during this uncertain time and provides recommendations. You can reach David at davidcbloomfield@gmail.com, visit his website, or follow him at @BloomfieldDavid. This podcas…
 
In this special episode of You First, we recognize the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Disability Rights Florida staff members Barb Page, Juli Pack, Curtis Filaroski, Ann Robinson, Andrea Jenkins, and Olivia Babis discuss the impact the ADA has had on them, how things might be different without the ADA, and what still needs…
 
Episode Notes In Part 20 of Quarantine and Chill, I explain that I have been tested for Covid-19, 3 times. I explain how that happened, but I also share some of things about quarantine as a disabled person that have been hard like no access to sex, the inaccessibility of my accessible apartment, how a mask falling off and being unable to put it bac…
 
Sex and disability In this weeks episode I give my ramblings on sex and disability and discuss the top misconceptions in this area. I would truly love your feedback/backlash and opinions. Persons with disabilities are often seen as asexual or hyper-sexual but I believe behaviors are beginning to shift a little bit. Mainstream media coverage of peop…
 
Episode Notes In Episode 201, I do another in my series "What's Your Condition?" This time I look at Ehler's Danlos Syndrome. We look at the way it is understood online, what people with it refer to themselves as Zebras, and we also explore the history and behind it, as it is one of the oldest bruising and bleeding disorders ever. We discuss what c…
 
All sibling relationships are dynamic, but they are all the more so when your sibling has a disability. Listen in to special education teacher and advocate Lindsay Hyland and INCLUDEnyc’s Beth Ebert discussing the challenges, joys and impact of having a sibling with a disability. To view the transcript of this episode, visit https://www.includenyc.…
 
INCLUDEnyc’s Jane Heaphy interviews Dr. David Connor, Professor Emeritus at CUNY’s Hunter College & Graduate Center. Dr. Connor, whose research focuses on inclusive education, learning disabilities, and teacher education, discusses how professionals and families can leverage the transition IEP meeting to advance participation, self-advocacy, and se…
 
INCLUDEnyc’s Jean Mizutani chats with cannabis advocate and parent Maureen Surin. Advocating for her daughter, Maureen’s efforts resulted in Ashley’s Law, which allows Illinois students with certain medical conditions to take medical marijuana in school. To read a transcript of this podcast, visit https://www.includenyc.org/images/uploads/content/M…
 
Surprise! This is a bonus episode talking about disability rights and the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (also known as the ADA). I recently spoke with Conchita Hernandez Legorreta for an upcoming conversation on immigration and Conchita had some really important thoughts about disability rights, leadership and the ADA. Her…
 
Today is July 26, 2020 and in the United States it is the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, also known as the ADA. I’m much more comfortable asking questions, but I’m gonna share my personal story with you all on this occasion in this interview by my friend Rochelle Kwan. The tables are turned! Rochelle is the Community Produ…
 
Episode Notes In this Part 19 of Quarantine & Chill, I revisit my friend and sex educator Anne Hodder-Shipp as we get into the sh*t of things talking about her experiences with motility issues, poop, fear, shame, and how all those things play out during the pandemic. I loved being able to talk shit with her, and discuss my own issues with poo durin…
 
Episode Notes For the 200th episode, I thought it might be fun to rewind a little bit and go back and listen to the very first episode of Disability After Dark with you, but with some added commentary from me today. Find out how I actually recorded the first episode, why I retract my previous thoughts about access, listen to awkward transitions abo…
 
Richard Luecking, Ed.D., is Co-Director of the Center for Transition and Career Innovation for Youth with Disabilities and is a Research Professor in the Department of Counseling, Higher Education, and Special Education in the College of Education. He previously served for 28 years as President of TransCen, Inc., a national non-profit organization …
 
In this weeks short and sweet episode we discuss how to keep fit if you are a wheelchair user:As a wheelchair user, getting active will bring you important health benefits and can help you manage daily life, too.Regular aerobic exercise – the kind that raises your heart rate and causes you to break a sweat – and muscle-strengthening exercise are ju…
 
Episode Notes In Q & C Part 18, I invite past guest Sara Camps on the show to talk about their experience with multiple disabilities during the pandemic. We also explore their work with an Independent Living Center in Indiana, and how those services have been affected by Coronavirus. Sara also highlights some work they've done as a contact tracer a…
 
Most people with a long-standing disability will already know what items of equipment can help them. However, if you have recently acquired a disability, or are generally slowing down as you get older, you may want to find out about the useful gadgets and adaptations that exist to make everyday tasks easier.These items are today known as daily livi…
 
Episode Notes In episode 199, I sit down with disabled content creator and porn performer Go Ask Alex. We talk about their experiences with bowel disease and living with an ostomy. We talk about Go Ask Alex's journey in accepting their disabled identity as a porn performer and sex worker, and also just as a human. We unpack what it's like to be a c…
 
Sara is the Director of WorkLink, TransCen’s San Francisco-based employment program for job seekers with disabilities. Sara is also a key contributor to the training and technical team where she works with employers, school districts, parent groups, and service providers. She also provides field support for many of TransCen’s federal and state init…
 
Episode Notes In this episode, I sit down with porn star and escort Jack Dixon as we explore his experiences with disabled clients both good and bad, we consider what a scene with me might be like, and also what might happen if he became a wheelchair user. All this and a whole lot more in this episode. Enjoy! You can follow Jack on Instagram here: …
 
Episode Notes In episode 4 of The Handicast, Heather and I sit down with the Chief Operating Officer at Handi Jess Tarpey, as we delve more into the book we're putting together on sex and disability as part of the Handi brand. Jess shares with us what kind of content we're looking at for the book, how we're curating responses and she also shares wi…
 
Professor Keith McVilly talks about the application of Positive Behaviour Support principles to Customised Employment and how by bringing behaviour support principles to the employment process and post placement support we can enhance employment and career longevity. This is about adopting clinical principles to the job development process and addi…
 
Would you be surprised to learn that the judge who hears your disability case is not the person who actually writes the approval or denial in your case? In the strange universe that is Social Security disability, a "decision writer" working in a cubicle hundreds of miles from the judge and weeks after your actual hearing will sit down with the exhi…
 
Episode 7 of Disability Ireland's podcast: Depending on what your mobility level is, and your needs, there are a number of different types of wheelchairs available to you. Our helpful guide will give you a summary of the advantages and disadvantages of the main types, and a guide on where to look next. The aim of this podcast is to provide some bas…
 
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