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Each day, Northeast Arc changes lives and discovers abilities for thousands of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities across Massachusetts. We help them become full participants in their communities: choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize, and play. In each episode of All Things Disability we’ll speak with a leader in the disability space to learn how they promote inclusion and opportunities for people with disabilities.
 
Hosted by Jay Ruderman, ALL ABOUT CHANGE is a podcast about activism, change, and courage. Each episode, we’ll bring you in-depth and intimate conversations with inspiring individuals who are changing the world. People who have gone through adversity, but instead of succumbing to despair have harnessed their experience to better the world. Ultimately, this show is about hope. ALL ABOUT CHANGE IS A PRODUCTION OF THE RUDERMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION.
 
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The Pulse is a podcast discussing issues impacting the disability community across Canada on AMI-audio. Host Joeita Gupta, who is blind, also works full-time at a nonprofit in Toronto, specializing in housing/tenant rights.
 
A less-than-inspiring exploration of disability from someone who is actually disabled. Heavy on the sarcasm, Bad Attitudes explores the reality of being disabled, how non-disabled people can become better advocates and allies, disability representation in pop culture, and the ways in which disability permeates society. Young or sensitive ears beware. N (necessarily) SFW.
 
The purpose of the You First podcast is to discuss the rights of individuals with disabilities, putting your rights first. Hosts Keith Casebonne and Maddie Crowley interview knowledgeable guests, account first-hand experiences, and dive into issues of national and global importance to people 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 educa ...
 
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.
 
Become a knowledgable parent advocate who understands the IEP system from all sides! This podcast aims to help you secure an IEP that provides a positive learning environment for your child without having to fight with the school by sharing "insider" information about school and IEP culture along with strategies effective parent advocates use to get what they need for their child! www.TheIEPLab.com The IEP Lab offers the Decoding IEP Data Online Workshop, self paced and supported courses, an ...
 
The Mamelang Podcast is dedicated to the discussion of disability and disability related issues. Our aim is to inform, empower, entertain, and connect people with disabilities, their families, friends and service providers. We will also be discussing topics such as bullying, violence, self-advocacy, sexuality and any other issue relating to this group of people.
 
NYMA is the story of one family's experiences with autism through a multi-generational lens. Hosted by a woman who is both the older sibling to a non-verbal man living with autism and now the mother of two children on the autism spectrum, NYMA takes on topics like autism awareness now compared to thirty years ago, past and current treatments, allies, special education pre-Covid-19 and during Covid-19, disability rights broken down by zip code, marriage therapy along the autism journey, inter ...
 
Check in for a dose of stigma-break, humor-filling, empowerment building life hacks and motivation for all the “medically-adult-ish” young people. The InvisiYouth Chat Sessions, is part of InvisiYouth Charity. This international nonprofit helps teens and young adults with various chronic illnesses and disabilities gain the right lifestyle programs, empowerment and interactive activism to learn how to keep living life. Twice a month, our founder, Dominique Viel, will bring guest experts from ...
 
Life After Paralysis is the official podcast of SPINALpedia.com, a nonprofit dedicated to helping people with spinal cord injuries. Hosted by Tiffiny Carlson, a C6 quadriplegic since 1993 and the executive director of SPINALpedia, she interviews guests and highlights important topics in the paralysis community, from spinal cord injury research and advocacy to lifestyle topics. New episodes are uploaded monthly. Send show ideas to info@spinalpedia.com. Learn more at SPINALpedia.com
 
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM Frank Perino - Host Suzanne Tarazi-Ferraro “SUZLADY” ”Suz”- Co-Host INNERSIGHT Means FREEDOM Advocates for the Disabled! INNERSIGHT FREEDOM fights for Independence, Equality, Total Accessibility, Enforcement and Disability Rights! Millions of us who are disabled, would like to serve our country but can not because there are too many obstacles in the way. People are forced to go in nursing homes and lose their homes, money, jobs, possessions, and many have contracted COVID ...
 
This is a safe place where we talk about issues that people with disabilities face every single day. Our hosts, Holly and Michael, bring in experts, policymakers, or people directly impacted to learn more about the issue from their perspective. Every episode leaves you with ideas and opportunities to flex your advocacy muscles. Because it’s up to all of us to make a difference in our own communities. It’s time for us to come together, step up, and share our voices. http://disabilitygarrison.org
 
The Partners United Podcast series is designed to foster and grow a community of practice on accountability in Nigeria.The Podcast series will also provide a convenient medium for citizens to consume knowledge to improve the effectiveness of their accountability and governance demands.The Podcast series will focus on the four key areas of the Foundation’s programmes:•Governance and Accountability •Gender Justice•Resource Governance and Climate Advocacy•Protecting the Civic Space Partners Uni ...
 
You don’t stop parenting the day you drop your student off to college on Move-in Day. Your role simply changes. (Actually, it’s not simple at all, but it changes.) You’re a parent for life. Join Lynn Abrahams and Vicki Nelson, higher education professionals and former college parents, as they explore the topics that can help you be a more effective and supportive parent to your college bound student. Whether you already have a child in college, college is still a year or more away, or your s ...
 
Connecting the Community to the Disabled World Did you know nearly one out of six people have a disability? ​ The Blaisin’ Access show highlights disability issues, programs/services, and showing disabled people can succeed in an able-bodied world. ​ The host, Blaise Bryant, has been completely blind since birth. He has defeated the social stereotype by achieving a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications, working full-time, and an active disability rights activist in the community.
 
Disability Crosses Borders is a home for the stories where disability, migration and culture meet. Hosted by disabled migrant Áine Kelly-Costello, it centres the lived experience of disabled people as we move between places and cultures. DCB doesn't shy away from conversations about the systemic change needed to truly value disabled lives and dignity. Join us! Find summaries and transcripts at disabilitycrossesborders.com.
 
A mix of true crime, social justice, and education, the Legally Abled Podcast provides compelling perspectives by people with disabilities, experts, and advocates about current legal cases, events and resources pertaining to navigating life and the law with disability. Hosted by Ashley Jacobson, MA, CRC, who has devoted her career to working with the disability community, this podcast dives into the complex and captivating issues facing one of the largest minority groups in the United States.
 
NEW UPDATE, written October 19, 2023 : will start with last meeting of 21 participants according to zoomed mocked disability, threatened, bystander abuse ensued & prompted me to not say hello anymore HERE. Residents. Also, will podcast fastEST & for superlatives back (this is intrinsic motivation or magic & Star Wars —good vs. evil & faith WE WILL WIN) UPDATE, written October 5th, 2022 : The picture on this podcast (main profile) relates to the fact to GET NUMBERS BACK, one must expose self ...
 
Brought to you by Gloria Perez-Stewart, divorced (and remarried) parent of a teenager with autism. Gloria is a disability advocate, community organizer and soon-to-be-lawyer (she made it through law school with a teenager!). Perez-Stewart interviews parents, advocates, and attorneys and also includes experts with general areas of interest to parents: special education, special needs planning, divorce, and general disability information.
 
The Satirically Challenged Show is the only comedy disabled news program in the world. Each week Live on Mondays at 9 P.M on Blog Talk Radio. Our correspondents have one mission when 9 p.m. calls. Discuss mainstream news, in any form apart from its place to deliver disability news and satire to the forefront. We also interview guests from the world of disability advocacy and special guests from the entertainment industry. Tune in Live on Blog Talk Radio. Subscribe to us on Apple Podcasts, Li ...
 
Welcome to The Advocacy Show With Joshua Stuart, where we discuss the every day issues and topics in the world of advocacy. You can email him at: ability4us@gmail.com or his Co-Host Tyler at: myadvocacy.ny@gmail.com for any questions you have or even if there’s a topic that you would like us to talk about. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theadvocacyshow/support
 
SeizureCare is a weekly podcast by Seizure Support Foundation designed to spark up seizure and epilepsy conversations by broadcasting personal experiences, in-depth interviews and available interventions about seizures and epilepsy especially in children. SeizureCare® is a public enlightenment tool designed to dispell seizure and epilepsy misinformations and discriminations.
 
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Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Michelle McQuigge of the Canadian Press reflects on the issues facing children’s hospitals in Eastern Ontario and Alberta. Greg David tells you all about AMI-audio’s new radio play “Seen and Not Heard.” Kim Thistle reviews the Netflix’s latest holiday movie “Falling for Christmas.” Marc Aflalo of Double Tap TV discusse…
 
Ben M. Freeman is an author, internationally renowned educator, and is among the founders of the modern Jewish Pride movement, for which he created the Jewish Pride manifesto, Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People. Ben’s second book Reclaiming Our Story: The Pursuit of Jewish Pride looks at internalized Jew-hate and ways to overcome it. Throughout his …
 
Karen McKay from the Centre of Equitable Library Access tells us about this year’s winner of the Toronto Book Award. She also chats about Michelle Obama’s new book “The Light We Carry.” And for CELA’s featured titles of the week, she highlights several books to celebrate International Day of Persons with Disabilities. From the December 2, 2022 epis…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we have our weekly news panel with Michelle McQuigge & Joeita Gupta. Today, we discuss competition in the financial sector, the COVID-19 lockdown protests in China and the use of genetic evidence to solve cold cases. In the second hour of the show, Michael McNeely shares his thoughts on the new Spielberg movie “The Fab…
 
Creating change in the world of disability takes many skills. One perhaps less recognised is finding the right word for the right moment. Our guest this month is adept at this and would give Gyles Brandreth a run for his money. Kate Nash is the founder and chief executive of Purple Space, a professional development membership hub for disability emp…
 
Michael Feir gives us his review of Evidence 111, where you can play as Chief Inspector Alice Wells in a debut interactive audio game from a brand new developer. Fern Lulham shares the story of John McFall, a man whose ambitions are out of this world. We chat with choreographer Tatiana Stepanova about an upcoming performance of The Nutcracker, pres…
 
We preview the December 3, 2022, International Day of Persons with Disabilities Conference with organizer Marcia Yale, national president of the Alliance for Equality of Blind Canadians and Keenan Wellar, co-leader of LiveWorkPlay. This is the December 1, 2022 episode. Tune into AMI-audio to hear the conference live on December 3 from 1 to 4 pm Eas…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Dan Coulter, the Parliamentary Secretary for Accessibility, returns to the show to share a special announcement for province of B.C. Steven Scott explores the issues around Aira's new retail plans for 2023. Dawn Dickinson previews Maclean’s Magazine with an article about the zero-waste movement’s sustainable influence …
 
Welcome to this week's IEP Team Bonus Series Episode! Today we talk about the qualifications of a school psychologist, a but about the difference between school and clinical psychologist, and what they actually DO inside the school! Facebook Group **NEW** Free Guide: IEP Process Ste-By-Step Guide (including when to share parent input!) Shownotes…
 
Sue is President of Inclusion International, a global organization that advocates for the inclusion of people with intellectual disabilities into their communities as valued neighbors and citizens. Prior to that, Sue served as the director of the National Institute for Disability and Rehabilitation Research and twice served as the acting secretary …
 
How much water do you need to drink in a day? Grant Hardy dives into this question in his Health Headlines. Holiday Television programming is here! Greg David stops by with a guide on when to check out all your favourites. Ryan Delehanty brings us Christmas Gift ideas for book lovers, featuring works by authors with disabilities in Atlantic Canada.…
 
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