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The place where the real disability talk happens. Interviews, life hacks and things you don't say out loud. With Simon Minty, Kate Monaghan and the Ouch team.
Braille Institute Programs in Southern California
Interesting insights from the Outreach Team at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Radio Eye is a reading service for people who are blind or have other disabilities that make it difficult to read printed material. New York Times is read Monday-Friday. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligibl ...
Your host, Kim, has a teenage daughter with severe autism and other special needs that will require 24/7 care 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 the way. The show runs topical series deep diving into an issue for 10-12 episodes with interviews from expert guests, including self advocates who she believes are the ...
Kessler Foundation - Changing the lives of people with disabilities through research in stroke, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and by funding innovative programs that promote employment for people with disabilities. Podcasts are from various consumer and professional lectures presented by our researchers and guest lecturers.
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.
Tommy Edison, who’s been blind since birth, uses humor to answer questions about living without sight, and explores the latest news, current events, and pop culture.
Motivational Podcast - Life Beyond Circumstances
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.
Assistive Technology Update – A weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs.
The ACB Braille Forum is a magazine produced by the American Council of the Blind
A Generation X stroke survivor explores rehab, recovery, the frontiers of neuroscience, and one-handed banana peeling.
Podcast by DAO and Graeae
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.
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.
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.
A podcast about bridging art, activism, and academia to build more just futures. On each episode, host Cathy Hannabach interviews the scholars, dancers, authors, artists, and filmmakers imagining collective freedom and creating it through culture.
Andread and guests dive into the wonderful and complicated world of disability representation in horror movies and literature in the horror genre, bringing insights from scholars and fans of the genre. Released every other Sunday.
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 ...
Join award winning author, speaker, sex educator and media maker Tristan Taormino as she explores the world of sexuality from every angle. Tristan interviews leading authors, educators, artists and icons about sexual pleasure, sexual wellness, identity, relationships, community, and social justice. Get an inside look at alternative sexual practices, communities, and relationships—like LGBTQIA folx, BDSM, polyamory, sex work, and disability—from both leading and underrepresented voices. Trist ...
Bumping into Walls is a monthly, conversation-style spoken word program about living with vision loss, the challenges, the successes, and the day-to-day walls we all bump into.
Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.
Join hosts Izzie and Silvi on their aural journey inside the lives and bodies of people currently living with a chronic illness. https://www.wheelercentre.com/pillpop
Living Adaptive is the podcasting home of the adaptive community. Keep current with adaptive happenings and listen to guests that include individuals that adapt to notable adversity and thrive, supporting organizations, and personalities that are making impacts within the adaptive world. You can adapt no matter the challenge.
How do we bring out the potential in all people, including those with disabilities? Get ready to be inspired, hear success stories and learn tips and principles for bringing out the best in the people in your organization. Brought to you by Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global and Sara Ruh, Chief Inspiration Officer. For more information visit www.ruhglobal.com
A seriously funny take on life from the disability driven duo... Simon Minty and Phil Friend.
Honest conversations about disability with parents, educators, and people with disabilities.
The programme that offers a female perspective on the world.
A weekly assistive technology news update for professionals and enthusiasts in the field of technology for people with disabilities.
I started this podcast because I wanted to firstly share my experiences with different disabilities, bullying, depression, and so on and I wanted to talk about my expertise in these subjects, get people of different backgrounds cultures, ways of thinking, and who work with, help, and have disabilities!!
Gregory Iron -- pro wrestler with cerebral palsy -- and Aaron Bauer -- wrestling commentator, manager, and producer for over 20 years -- talk wrestling, pop culture and life with the brightest names in the business and beyond. New episodes every Wednesday.
,Cam Tait lives with cerebral palsy and is an award winning journalist with more than 5,000 published stories since 1979. Cam has noticed a significant shift in public attiitudes towards people with disabilities in the since 2010 which discourages full inclusion. He uses his own voice to share issues, concerns, celebrations and laugher.So please … listen Cam’s voice — The Equal Voice.
DISabled to ENabled podcast is the podcast for people with chronic illnesses. Join British host Jessie Ace as she interviews inspiring people affected by chronic illness who turned their diagnosis into something incredibly unexpected. Listen to people such as celebrities/CEOs/athletes/marathon runners as well as real-life stories as they let you into their lives and how they did something awesome despite their chronic illness diagnosis. Learn their tips, tricks, and advice for living your be ...
ALL INCLUSIVE is a podcast focused on inclusion, innovation, and social justice. Join Jay Ruderman as he interviews leaders and experts on the latest news, technology and advocacy for social justice. In order to make progress that will lead to an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. That is what ALL INCLUSIVE is all about. All Inclusive is a production of the Ruderman Family Foundation.
Discomfort Zone features immersive stories on chronic illness and disability showcasing our vulnerability, wellness, and resilience. My guests and I find comfort by turning towards discomfort, welcoming it, and laughing at it. I am an engineering graduate who reinvented himself as a podcaster and chronic illness/disability advocate after developing fibromyalgia, myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME/CFS), and postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).
Series exploring the place and nature of faith in today's world
Podcast hosted by Dawn (DX 2000) and Daana (DX 2004) -- two Black women sharing their musings on life, multiple sclerosis, and everything in between! Dawn and Daana met in 2016 in a Facebook group dedicated to the disease-modifying drug LEMTRADA. Though they live in two different states, in two different parts of the country, through the amazing power of technology, they virtually join each other to share their experiences about living life with MS. They are often joined by noted MS speciali ...
Kelly and Company is AMI-audio’s daily live afternoon program. Listen for interviews and discussion about arts, entertainment and lifestyle information directly affecting the blind and partially sighted community. Contributors from across the country share information on everything from parenting and finance to fashion and gaming. Plus, catch live performances from Canadian musicians, comedians and actors.
Drs. Lisa Dieker and Rebecca Hines, professors at the University of Central Florida in the College of Community Innovation and Education, have worked with schools and parents across the country. They take a fun and informal look at "practical" situations from teachers, parents, and people with disabilities. Our approach is fast, flexible thinking about "real" life problems. This podcast is not about the "legal" approach, but our best advice from both personal and professional experience.
A Podcast for People With A Disability.
Nicole Kelly and Sarah Tuberty powerfully deconstruct disability through candid conversations with experts exploring topics related to disability. They look to educate, empower, voice, and build a more inclusive society.
Welcome to Noisy Balls, a podcast brought to you by the Victorian Blind Cricket Association. We aim to inform, entertain, and keep you abreast of the goings on in blind cricket from around the world. Compelling discussion with fascinating people, highlighting the fact that no matter whether you are blind or visually impaired, this should never be a barrier for you to fulfill your sporting dreams.
This is Not What I Ordered: a podcast on full-hearted living with chronic illness + health challenges
Chronic illness and other health challenges can be a real bummer--but they don't have to be the end of joy and fulfillment. It turns out we can still have epic lives, even when our bodies have plans of their own. Join San Francisco psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge for honest, humorous, and inspiring conversations with people who get what it's like to live with health challenges. Whether you're in the car, on a walk, in the waiting room, or lying in bed, we'll be here to keep you company alon ...
A Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta has built an app that helps family doctors care for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities; Jim Krysko has the details.By Accessible Media Inc.
In this episode, you’ll learn more about how he began writing for CNN and made a social justice documentary as we carry on our chat with Ryan Prior. Tune in to the last part of our interview where we find out about Ryan's not-so-super-quick secrets. You’ll discover their favourite book, favourite place, scariest thing they’ve done and (our favourit…
How does disability justice provide tools for building more sustainable social relations and practices, both during and beyond the current pandemic? In episode 121 of Imagine Otherwise, host Cathy Hannabach interviews permaculture designer and disability studies scholar Aimi Hamraie about using natural cycles to prevent burnout, how disability cult…
Sean tells yet another story of someone thinking he is drunk, but this time the guy gets a little aggressive. Listen to hear the whole story and Sean’s interactions with the landscaping company that the guy works for. If you enjoy this story of harsh misjudgement, you might enjoy the episode about Debra: 114 – Don’t Judge a Dude by His Wheelchair…
I speak with Marcia Evans about Referendum 90 on the Washington state ballot this election that requires sex ed in public schools, allowing parents to opt out. It’s not just about sex ed but also consent and LGBQT rights and how to report.By Julie Negrin with Marcia Evans
Episode Notes In episode 213, I sit down with Minh Le Getty as we talk about her experiences with Cerebral Palsy, growing up with 10 adopted siblings, how a surgery negatively impacted her life, why it was frowned upon to grow up disabled in Hong Kong and so much more. Enjoy! You can follow Minh Le on Insta at: https://www.instagram.com/minh_le_get…
Join us for an enlightening interview with special guest Zakiya Mabery of Washington, D.C. She's an international speaker, LinkedIn influencer, and Diversity, Inclusion and Equity advocate who describes herself as a “triple threat” because she is a Black woman with a disability. She is passionate about mental health and wellness and encourages list…
Len Harac, publisher of Exceptional Parent Magazine, joins the program to discuss his publication, which provides practical advice, emotional support, and the most up-to-date educational information for families of children and adults with disabilities and special healthcare needs. Len discusses why they decided to make the magazine available in a …
Voices of the ADA Generation: Bryce Stanley Rises to Success, Despite Educational Barriers and Discrimination Against His DisabilityRead the transcript: https://kesslerfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2020-10/Bryce-Stanley-Rises-to-Success-Despite-Educational-Barriers-and-Discrimination-Against-His-Disability.pdfIn this episode of Kessler Foundat…
This week we chat to Healthy Mind website creator Dr Peter Baldwin and 3DN’s Prof Julian Trollor about their experiences working on the edge of the mental health and disability divide. Healthy Mind, Black Dog Institute, 3DN, IDTWO, DSC newsletter, DSC website, DSC training, TRANSCRIPTBy Disability Services Consulting
With Election Day just two weeks away in the United States on November 3rd, this is the perfect time to talk about policy. Today’s episode features an interview with Liz Weintraub. Liz is an advocate who has held many board and advisory positions at state and national organizations. She is a full time member of the policy team for the Association o…
AnDread talks in-depth with film critic Angela M. Smith about Tod Browning's controversial 1932 classic, Freaks. Show Notes for Episode 002
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Hear from an individual that is finding rapid success vlogging/creating content based on disability awareness and lifestyle. Cristie Grey is an amputee, wife, mother, and disability advocate. In Cristie Grey’s words, I am a hand amputeeOG who is a survivor of a traumatic boating incident in 2001 with many setbacks, but I have moved forward and I am…
An NDS interview with Amaya a House Coordinator from Alkira about her brilliant career in the disability sector.By National Disability Services - Victoria