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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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Not many people know what it's like to be a person with a disability. Join Canadian blogger Marlene Benedicto (a.k.a. Ling) as she gets real about her life as a disabled woman, and has fun and informative chats with her guests. Whether you are disabled, have a family member with a disability, or just want to learn something new and maybe have a few laughs, this podcast is for you.
 
Are you the parent of an upcoming high school graduate and new college student with a disability? Is your child planning a college, technical, or trade school higher education? Get an insider’s look from a college Learning Disability Specialist who can help you plan and ask the right questions to Disability Services! Find tips and resources to arrange accommodations and overcome barriers to your future.
 
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.
 
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 ...
 
TiLT Parenting, from parenting activist, speaker, and author Debbie Reber, features transformational interviews and conversations with authors, parenting experts, educators, and other parents aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids (giftedness, ADHD, austim, 2e, learning differences, sensory processing issues, anxiety, and more). TiLT aims to help parents feel empowered and in choice in how they parent, have more peace in their daily lives, and pa ...
 
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.
 
CripChat Podcast​ is a podcast produced and delivered by Australian Disability​, it aims to educate, entertain and inform the general community how they can help us create a more accessible and inclusive society for people with disabilities, their friends, and family. Hosted by Jonathan Shar, David Daoud, Ibby Dee, and Timothy Lachlan with Guests Content Warning: This podcast may include content unsuitable for children who have not been exposed to people with disabilities-related themes and ...
 
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.
 
Carousel Radio is a show and a podcast that is planned and presented by our learning disabled DJs and radio presenters. It’s one of the only places on the radio where you can hear spoken word exclusively by learning disabled artists. Produced in Brighton, UK by Carousel - http://carousel.org.uk/
 
Double Tap Canada is the show where blind people talk tech! If you’re blind or partially sighted and have an interest in technology, this is the show for you. Everyone is welcome no matter how old you are or how much or how little experience you have with technology. Each week the team will help you better understand how technology can help your everyday life, even if you have little or no sight. Join the conversation and add your voice to the show either by calling in, sending an email or l ...
 
As someone who is deaf/hard of hearing, the host Ahmed Khalifa has created the Hear Me Out! [CC] Podcast to interview people in and around the d/Deaf community who have amazing stories to share with you. Even though some of the guests may have a more severe hearing loss than others, Ahmed will still interview them and also provide transcripts for those who prefer to read the discussion. If you have any questions, feel free to email Ahmed at hello@hearmeoutcc.com, and enjoy the show.
 
The Perception Podcast is aimed at anyone who regularly questions their perception of events and is possibly struggling to find their independence. My name is Dan and I want to use this as a way to try and help other people live with themselves and find a level of peace with who they are. Remember, we just see things a little bit differently.
 
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COVID-19 Edition Read the transcript at https://kesslerfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2021-05/Alternatives%2C%20Inc%20provides%2024%20hr%20support%20to%20those%20with%20intellectual%20disabilities%20during%20COVID-Ep15.pdfIn 2020, Kessler Foundation awarded nearly $1 million in COVID-19 emergency grants to nonprofits faced with new and sudden c…
 
Changes require new ideas and ways of thinking. When considering literacy instruction and the teams responsible, where is the path of least resistance? This episode is a brainstorming session yielding ideas such as whole team vs segmented IEP writing, how to spearhead a comprehensive literacy movement in your school, and how Covid may have introduc…
 
Transcript: Hello everyone and welcome back to the legally abled podcast. My name is Ashley Jacobson I am a disability rights attorney, a disability counselor and assessment specialist, and a physically disabled woman living in the state of Michigan. And I’m so thrilled to be bringing this podcast back. I created a little legal evil podcast when I …
 
What was your first job? What did you learn about yourself during that job? Today over 60% of secondary students have paid, after-school employment. Unfortunately, many students with disability miss out on this important opportunity. In response to this, Ticket to Work embarked on the After School Jobs Project, providing support for over 80 young p…
 
CripChat Australia is a podcast produced and delivered by Australian Disability​, it aims to educate, entertain and inform the general community how they can help us create a more accessible and inclusive society for people with disabilities, their friends, and family. Hosted by Jonathan Shar and Ibby Dee Content Warning: This podcast may include c…
 
Marlene Benedicto chats with her Mom, Donna, about what it was like raising a child with a physical disability. For more information about Spina Bifida, please click here: https://mybrainwaves.ca/spina-bifida/ Please subscribe to the Ling Podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts, and rate and review the show. Do you enjoy listening to the Ling …
 
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 …
 
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…
 
'We need to dismantle the patriarchy' is a familiar feminist rallying cry. But Egyptian-American writer and activist Mona Eltahawy believes we should stop just saying it, and start actively defying and disrupting the patriarchy now - with force if necessary. Mona's latest book is The Seven Necessary Sins for Women and Girls. She joins Emma to expla…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Michelle McQuigge of the Canadian Press shares her weekend news recap and tells us about the COVID-19 restrictions in Manitoba. Accessibility specialist Marco Pasqua describes this year’s National AccessAbility Week! Film reviewer Amy Amantea shares her commentary on the Netflix series “Shadow and Bone.” Marc Aflalo of…
 
Our special guest this week on Empowering Homeschool Conversations was Justin Shell, father of three and the founder of MySchool. Justin shared with us about "Increasing Outdoor Learning Experiences"Other topics covered in this episode:Advantages of Shared Learning ExperiencesCreating Homeschool Community by Sharing InterestsGet Your Kids Outside! …
 
How domestic workers in the Middle East are using the video sharing app TikTok to raise awareness of abuse. Louise Donovan from the Fuller Project tells us how she found these women and why they are turning to TikTok.Dodie has just released her debut album Build A Problem. At just 26 she has already made a name for herself as a singer and a writer …
 
Tracey Emin was one of the leading figures of the Young British Artists movement of the 1990s. She has recently undergone radical surgery to treat bladder cancer. For her latest exhibition - The Loneliness of the Soul – she has selected masterpieces by Edvard Munch to show alongside her most recent paintings. Mental health blogger and author of ‘F*…
 
The IRA hunger strikes of 1981 – Max Pearson hears from Suzanne Breen of the Belfast Telegraph about the impact of the hunger strikes in Northern Ireland. Plus, one man’s story of surviving Guantanamo Bay, how a French winemaker exposed a wine fraudster, feminist science fiction pioneer Ursula Le Guin, and cannabis coffee shops in Amsterdam.…
 
Mexico City’s official Covid 19 death toll did not seem to reflect the full extent of the crisis that hit the country in the spring of 2020 - this is according to Laurianne Despeghel and Mario Romero. These two ordinary citizens used publicly available data to show that excess deaths during the crisis - that’s the total number of extra deaths compa…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we have our weekly news panel with Michelle McQuigge and Meagan Gillmore. We discuss the political and institutional issues surrounding sexual misconduct in the military. We talk about how the Canadian Chapter of the Proud Boys recently dissolved and explore what this means for extremist ideologies moving forward. And,…
 
Click here for a machine-generated transcript using Microsoft Word on the Web. The Motus Hand and Motus Foot from Motus Nova ("New Movement") are air-powered, robotic exoskeletons for in home therapy after a brain injury. Ella Sofia introduced me to the team a couple months ago, and they are now a sponsor of the Strokecast. I wanted to learn more a…
 
India remains in the grip of a Covid crisis with record numbers of cases being reported every day. Oxygen and vaccines are running out and hospitals are overwhelmed. Save The Children has warned it could be facing thousands of additional deaths among children under five and an increase in maternal deaths, as hospitals and clinics are directing most…
 
On this weeks' episode I finish the second part of my school experience as a blind student. Losing friends, social isolation, bullying and it's lingering effects as well as good and bad survival methods we come up just to get to the three o clock bell. Everywhere podcasts live! Blindseye Podcast Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Consider supportin…
 
Your 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. Special Guest: Brian Kyler President and CEO of Be Adaptive Equipment LLC Website: www.beadaptive.com Phone: 260-244-7031 Microsoft Story: https://bit.ly/3tk5ebn Accessible Ho…
 
Eating out of trash cans, AirTagging dogs, and telling Shaun to shut up. It can only be another episode of Double Tap Canada. It’s a tech show… honest.Shaun has been taking a look at a new password manager from Dropbox. It’s free to Dropbox Plus or Premium subscribers and is available on iOS, Android, Chrome, Edge and Firefox. There’s no denying th…
 
Warning: This podcast discusses domestic abuse and sexual violence with occasional graphic content. Ebere* was 31 when she finally fled Nigeria for the UK to study, with hopes she had left domestic abuse behind.But a new relationship soon turned controlling, then violent and brought back memories of the sexual and physical abuse she had experienced…
 
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.…
 
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