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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 of all abilities. All Things Disability is produced by Northeast Arc, an organization that changes lives and discovers abilities for thousands of individuals with diverse abilities across Massachusetts. We help them become full participants in their communities: choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize, and play.
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Special Chronicles Podcast

Special Chronicles Network

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Disabled Voices Matter! As an award-winning intellectual disability advocate and host of the Special Chronicles Podcast, Daniel Smrokowski tells special needs stories from an insider’s perspective. “PodmanDan” is himself a person with special needs. As your weekly guide to finding joy and acceptance, Special Chronicles offers entertaining and informational disability conversations.
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Accessibility Ally is a podcast brought to you by Sea Change CoLab and Podstarter. In 10 episodes we aim to have conversations with folks who have disabilities, and those who are also accessibility allies, to help change the narrative. Throughout the series we chat with business managers, adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, organizations, government, and institutions working in the space of accessibility; who all support adults and children with intellectual and developm ...
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A Closer Look at Frontline Initiative

Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota

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Are you a direct support professional or frontline supervisor who loves to learn more about best practices for supporting people with intellectual disability? In “A Closer Look,” we explore the most current and relevant issues covered in "Frontline Initiative." Produced by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on Community Integration and the National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals, "Frontline Initiative" is a bi-annual online magazine by and for the direct support workforce. z. ...
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Visibility is a space for people with intellectual disability to share their stories. We want you to have a voice and be heard. We want to build a more understanding and inclusive society in Australia and the world. Brought to you by the members and community of Council for Intellectual Disability, Sydney, Australia.
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Impact, The Conversation

Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota

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Welcome to Impact, The Conversation, a podcast from the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota that takes a deep dive into the latest research, practices, and insights moving the inclusion of people with intellectual, developmental, and other disabilities forward. Each episode brings to life voices from a recent issue of Impact, ICI’s long-running magazine. Co-hosts and guests are Impact issue editors and authors with and without lived experience of disability from ...
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“Talk innovation: unlocking technology” is brought to you by the European Patent Office (EPO). Expert presenters and guests – including our patent examiners - provide their perspective on technology trends and highlight ground-breaking inventions. Join us to learn more on the role of patents and the intellectual property (IP) system in supporting society and the economy. Opinions expressed by podcast participants are their own and may not reflect the views of the EPO.
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This is the moving story of a woman who, throughout her life, has refused to be defined by what others think she can or cannot do. Minnie Baragwanath was diagnosed, at the age of 15, with a congenital condition that left her legally blind. However, she did not meekly accept the limitations that blindness might have imposed on her: instead, she dug in her heels and set about improving not only her own life but also the lives of all New Zealanders with access needs. The dramatic events of Minn ...
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Well-Being explores physical, mental, and emotional health, with a special focus on people with intellectual and developmental disabilities or behavioral health challenges such as autism. Each episode features a roundtable of clinicians, community members, educators, and other experts in the field discussing timely topics and sharing strategies to help cope with stress. At Boundless, our mission is to build a world that realizes the boundless potential of all people.
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Community Living Out Loud

Community Living Mississauga

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Welcome to Community Living Out Loud, brought to you by Community Living Mississauga. On this podcast we celebrate the lives of people who have an intellectual disability and the incredible work being done to advocate for them and their families. Through conversations with experts, advocates, and individuals with lived experiences, we hope to inspire and educate listeners on the importance of building strong, supportive communities. Founded in 1955, Community Living Mississauga is a non-prof ...
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Black Feathers

Crystal Hernandez and Shauna Humphreys

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Crystal Hernandez, Psy.D., MBA, and Shauna Humphries, MS, LPC, discuss disability-related topics of interest to Tribal communities through data, storytelling, and innovative content. With this podcast, we embrace diversity, equity, and honor within our vast Tribal Nations. We will also be providing additional resources related to these topics to our audience and welcome everyone to join the conversation. Image Description: Black Feathers Logo, a blue circle surrounded by black feathers cross ...
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It's a Brain Thing!

Oregon Behavior Consultation

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Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) are the number one cause of intellectual disability in the world. Join Nate Sheets, a behavior consultant, and Jill Snell, a parent, as we explore the joys and challenges of supporting children and adults with FASDs.
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Outsider Theory

Geoff Shullenberger

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Outsider Theory is an interview-based podcast exploring the mutations of theories outside of the authorized spaces of intellectual life as well as theories of that ever-alluring figure, the outsider, and related subjects.
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And You Think You're The Expert?

WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association Inc.

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Hello and welcome to And You Think You’re the Expert? podcast! The podcast that discusses intellectual disability, accessibility and violence. It was created by WWILD Sexual Violence Prevention Association Inc., in collaboration with experts in this topic – women with intellectual disability. Join our experts, as they interview workers about how they work with women with intellectual disability who have experienced violence. The experts share their wisdom around what workers and services cou ...
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Raising Our Voices

Action for More Independence and Dignity in Accommodation

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Produced and presented by people with disabilities covering issues such as housing, discrimination, difficulties with public transport, self-advocacy and other related issues.
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In the United States, cytomegalovirus (CMV) is the leading congenital viral infection, affecting approximately 1 in every 200 babies. Fortunately, in most cases, patients have no symptoms or disabilities. However, about 10% of the newborns who test positive are symptomatic. In these patients, congenital CMV can be associated with long-term neurodevelopment sequelae, such as sensorineural hearing loss, cerebral palsy, and intellectual disability. Listen to experts in this podcast series discu ...
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The Interactive Special featuring Vancouver, BC locals Mathew Schmiing, Darren Inouye and Arthur Pangilinan. Mathew is an individual with intellectual disability and a longtime athlete competing within Special Olympics here in Vancouver. He is the host of this show, curating the content, deciding the topics, and driving the engaging conversation! Darren and Arthur are local boys from the city who fell into Special Olympics and a friendship, somewhat by accident, and are dedicated volunteers ...
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Fragile X Dad & Mom is a podcast about a Dad and a Mom’s journey as they parent their two children who are diagnosed with Fragile X Syndrome. Their 8 year old son is also diagnosed with Severe Nonverbal Autism, Epilepsy, and Intellectual disability. This podcast is for all of those special needs parents raising special needs children where we can all come together and share the joys, the struggles and when sh&t gets real. Parenting a special needs child can often feel isolating & can be frus ...
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Earn your OT CEUs by listening for free to our episodes, then logging into the OT Potential Club to take a quiz and earn a certificate. In each episode, we discuss new OT-related research and invite an expert guest to pull out actionable takeaways. Perfect for occupational therapists and occupational therapy assistants. Episodes are released every other week.
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Coup Save America

Sean St. Heart & Mckenzie Fritch

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Coup Save America is a weekly talk show hosted by Sean St. Heart that plants the mental seeds of social change by inciting a politically progressive (peaceful) coup of knowledgeable citizens to challenge the status quo. Each episode focuses on a specific issue, featuring expert guests and interviews with the people who are most affected by the problems in our country. The show uses a sociological approach to raise awareness, ponder solutions, and consider the various perspectives. Coup Save ...
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Living with or having a loved one with a disability provides challenges in finding the support, resources, & even stories of shared experiences that they need to enrich their everyday lives. Luckily, The Atypical Truth: Overcoming Barriers is a dynamic podcast helping you find the resources you need and letting you know that you are not alone! Join hosts Jessica Daum & Ian Hill every other week as they interview experts around intellectual, physical, & invisible barriers, provide useful tool ...
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Genetic Sounds

The European Society of Human Genetics

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Colourful chat brought to you by The European Society of Human Genetics. Listen to the sound of our genomics podcast session talk from The European Society of Human Genetics. With monthly guest speakers we discuss all things genetic now that genomics has moved to the forefront of medicine. https://www.eshg.org/
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Thank you for checking out the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. This is the space where we explore the art and science of being more effective at facilitating learning. We also share ways to increase our personal productivity, so we can have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students.
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Everybody In

The Wayfaring Band, Inc.

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Mackenzie Beauvais-Nikl, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences autism. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Mackenzie and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when i ...
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Welcome to Parenting Impossible, the podcast dedicated to empowering and supporting the disability community. Hosted by Annette Hines, this podcast was born out of a mission to combat the scattered and sometimes inaccurate information that parents and caregivers of disabled adult children often face. In each episode, we delve into the pressing questions and concerns that weigh on the minds of the entire special needs community including those with autism, intellectual disabilities, physical ...
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The OnTheStacks podcast with by Bill Corcoran Jr. is Real Talk on Purpose! This podcast features deep dive conversations into the mindset of high performing individuals and what makes them unstoppable even when the odds are stacked against them! Listen and learn from entrepreneurs, creative thinkers, change-makers, and up-and-comers that go beyond passion to find their purpose and achieve their goals. This podcast will transform your mindset to unlock your full potential! 🧠💭🔋💯
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Have you ever wondered what it is like to live with a disability? The I Can't Stand Podcast is for everyone who has a question or just wondered about disability. No questions are off-limits any question you have is allowed. Every week Peta will answer any question you have, based on her experiences as a single, 30- something woman who has Cerebral Palsy. Have a question? Ask Peta on Instagram, contact her via the website or send her an email via icantstandpodcast@gmail.com
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE Publications for Palliative Medicine & Chronic Care. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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The Mental Elf

The Mental Elf

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Welcome to the Mental Elf podcast, which features interviews with leading experts in mental health: researchers, clinicians, practitioners and experts by experience. I will help you keep up to date with the latest reliable mental health research. Our podcasts are recorded at major mental health events and conferences, and explore a wide range of topics relevant to people who work in mental health and related fields. Check out the Mental Elf website for thousands of free blogs summarising the ...
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Why do people self-injure? And what is the best way to respond when someone tells us they self-injure? Dr. Nicholas Westers, a clinical psychologist at Children's Health and Associate Professor at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, collaborates with the International Society for the Study of Self-Injury (ISSS) to interview the leading experts in the field of self-injury and self-harm as well as individuals with lived experience of self-injury and parents and family members ...
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Stories and strategies from people in the field of Augmentative and Alternative Communication who use the Minspeak symbol-based system of language encoding. Talk to me via thespeechdude@gmail.com
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SGExplained

Rovik Robert, Elliot Tan and Charmian Tan

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Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/sg-explained/subscribe SGExplained follows Rovik, Elliot and Charmian, three regular Singaporeans trying to understand how Singapore is what it is. We explore institutions, histories, events and phenomena in Singapore and get into the details of it all. You'll see Singapore like you never have before.
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The U.S. government’s sole execution chamber is on the grounds of a prison complex in Terre Haute, Indiana. Isolated from its general population, 44 condemned men are held in the Special Confinement Unit, or America’s death row. In 2020, the Trump administration launched a spree of executions, killing 13 condemned Americans in quick succession. A team of public radio journalists covered each execution in person.
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The official podcast of the Australasian Society for Intellectual Disability (ASID). We bring you the latest in Australian and New Zealand research into improving the rights and quality of life for people with intellectual disability. Find out more about ASID at our website http://asid.asn.au/ or follow us on social media: Twitter @ASID_Ltd Facebook: @asid.asn.au .
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Today we explore internet accessibility for individuals with intellectual disabilities with Associate Professor Laurianne Sitbon. How is technology revolutionizing access to information and empowering users or possibly isolating people? Join Peta and Laurianne for an enlightening discussion on breaking barriers and creating a more accessible digita…
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This week in the blu door studio, Bill sits down Frank Bartoli, Founder and CEO of PA Inclusive, a non-profit focused on creating and supporting inclusive and sustainable lives for people with disabilities. In this episode we discuss the challenges faced by individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, the innovative solutions to pr…
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On this episode of the Special Chronicles Podcast: Special Olympics Colorado Athlete Cody Field, returns on the program to sit down with Award-winning Podcaster Daniel Smrokowski to talk about his new opportunity as the first-ever Wrestle Mania Community Correspondent, Special Olympics Opportunities from Sports to Work to Leadership, Enthusiastic L…
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This is the moving story of a woman who, throughout her life, has refused to be defined by what others think she can or cannot do. Minnie Baragwanath was diagnosed, at the age of 15, with a congenital condition that left her legally blind. However, she did not meekly accept the limitations that blindness might have imposed on her: instead, she dug …
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Professor Carl Elliott’s new book The Occasional Human Sacrifice, is about whistleblowers in medicine. In this episode, we discuss the whistleblowers at Willowbrook, a residential institution for autistic and developmentally disabled people that was exposed for human rights abuses in 1972. We talk about the case, the experience of being a whistlebl…
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Adaira Landry and Resa Lewiss share how to develop your MicroSkills – small actions for big impact on episode 513 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode I love that no is a complete sentence. -Resa Lewiss Taking intentional deliberate breaks makes you even more effective and efficient at work. -Resa Lewiss In academics, we ar…
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On the very first episode of Accessibility Ally, your host Corrie Melanson sits down with guest, Paul Tingley. Paul is a Business ACCESS-Ability Officer with the Government of Nova Scotia, responsible for coordinating programs, and services, and collaborating on policies that support recreation in Nova Scotia. Corrie and Paul have an amazing discus…
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Housing Justice is finally in the news yet the voices of people with a disability are still absent from much of the discussion.This month the team revisit a program featuring stories from the group about living in institutions, group homes, squatting, SRS's and CRU's; and how we are now all living independently. We want people to know that people w…
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Discover the incredible journey of Emeritus Professor Ron McCallum AO, the first Blind person to be appointed full Professor. Ron discusses how computer-based technology has transformed his life; a life that has included being on The UN Committee for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, assisting the Chair during the Disability Royal Commission…
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On this episode of the Special Chronicles Podcast: We're celebrating #WorldHealthDay with Health Messengers Daniel Smrokowski and Eric Baumann as we recap the new Special Olympics Becoming a Health Messenger workshop, Sharing Audio Diary Reflections, Motivations and Preparations for Health Role, Our Biggest Takeaways and Messages, and we get person…
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This year, Northeast Arc is celebrating 70 years of changing lives and discovering abilities. And to celebrate that anniversary we are speaking to the agency’s early leaders who helped pave the way for the work we do. Our organization was founded by people who challenged the status quo for people with disabilities and pushed for inclusion in all fa…
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Learn how to help your loved one live an awesome, ordinary life! Register for the Life Plan Workshop now: https://www.empoweringability.org/2024lifeplanworkshop/ To get more videos like this, Subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://bit.ly/YoutubeEricGoll Once Your loved one is defined as 'Special,' their life trajectory changes drastically. Y…
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This special episode of Key Conversations is joined by Dr. Kristie Dotson, the University Diversity and Social Transformation Professor at the University of Michigan, and Dr. Susanna Siegel, the Edgar Pierce Professor of Philosophy at Harvard University. Each year, the Lebowitz Prize is presented to a pair of philosophers who hold contrasting views…
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This is the moving story of a woman who, throughout her life, has refused to be defined by what others think she can or cannot do. Minnie Baragwanath was diagnosed, at the age of 15, with a congenital condition that left her legally blind. However, she did not meekly accept the limitations that blindness might have imposed on her: instead, she dug …
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Register now to get your spot in the free Life Plan Workshop: https://www.empoweringability.org/2024workshop/ To get more videos like this, Subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://bit.ly/YoutubeEricGoll There are times that you get worried about the future of your loved one with a developmental disability... You are not alone. My sister, Sara…
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Tolulope (Tolu) Noah describes how to create engaging microlecturees on episode 512 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Microlectures prompt students to do something with the information they’re learning. -Tolu Noah I always find myself learning so much more about the power and potential of my devices through watching his …
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The number of OT entry-level doctoral (OTD) programs has been expanding rapidly. In 2017 there were 7 programs. As of 2023, there are 95, with an additional 76 in development. The article we'll cover in this course presents early stage research on the doctoral capstone experience and employment opportunities. It backs up what I have now personally …
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Join host Peta on The I Can't Stand Podcast as she delves into the inspiring journey of Carol Taylor and Jessie Sadler, the dynamic duo behind the adaptive fashion brand Christina Stephens. Discover how their backgrounds in law led to a revolutionary partnership, crafting inclusive designs for people with a disability. Enjoy this peek behind the 's…
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On this episode of the Special Chronicles Podcast: Special Olympics Illinois Athlete Leader Amanda Propheter and her parents Chris and Marc join Award-winning Podcaster Daniel Smrokowski for an empowering conversation about her Autism Story, Communication Challenges, How Special Olympics Transformed Propheter Family, and we dive down under to the F…
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This is the moving story of a woman who, throughout her life, has refused to be defined by what others think she can or cannot do. Minnie Baragwanath was diagnosed, at the age of 15, with a congenital condition that left her legally blind. However, she did not meekly accept the limitations that blindness might have imposed on her: instead, she dug …
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Learn how to create your loved one's Life Plan. Join the Life Plan Workshop Waitlist now: https://www.empoweringability.org/workshopwaitlist/ The 'Special' plan that others have for your loved one with a developmental disability is not a good one. (i.e. a group home and a day program) This is why you must work with your loved one to build your life…
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In this podcast conversation, Professor David Baldwin (President of the British Association of Psychopharmacology) and Professor Catherine Harmer (President Elect of the BAP) preview the 2024 Summer Meeting which will take place in Birmingham on 21st - 24th July 2024 at the University of Birmingham: https://www.bap.org.uk/BAP2024 They speak about t…
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In this episode, Dr. Jonas Bjärehed from Lund University in Sweden walks us through his research on nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) that he began in 2007 as part of his dissertation project. For example, he shares high prevalence rates of NSSI in Sweden (~40%) and discusses gender differences of NSSI among adolescents in 2007 compared to 2023. He al…
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In this episode, we discuss migration and how it influences our practice. In this conversation, we are joined by Genetic Counsellor and researcher, Milena Paneque, Adjunct Assistant Lecturer at University Hospital Linköping, Rebeka Pestoff, and Umut Fahrioglu, Director and Genetic counsellor at Agiomix.…
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Our guest is Amy Hewitt, Ph.D., director of the Institute on Community Integration at the University of Minnesota. Amy explains that as direct support professionals, you have to fight for what you need and for the recognition and respect that you deserve – and she knows! Amy has been a direct support professional, is a family member of someone who …
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Download a FREE copy of my “Life Planning 101 Guide” to start your loved one's Life Plan Now: https://www.empoweringability.org/life-planning-guide/ To get more videos like this, Subscribe to my YouTube channel here: https://bit.ly/YoutubeEricGoll At 16, I faced a pivotal moment when my parents told me that they named me in their wills to care for …
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David Clark discusses using alternative grading practices to foster student learning on episode 511 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast. Quotes from the episode Does this represent what I really care about? -David Clark Most of us are used to giving feedback in some way, but making it helpful is the tough part. -David Clark A reassessment always n…
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This week in the blu door studio, Bill chats with Dave Wychock Jr., Real Estate Broker and host of the Real Estate Right Now Podcast. After being laid off from his pharmaceutical sales job, Dave went all in on real estate, and in less than 10 years, he has done nearly $500 million in real estate sales. In this episode, Dave shares his expertise on …
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Almost 8% of patent filings at the EPO in 2023 were for computer technology, which includes the rapidly growing field of artificial intelligence. But which types of AI are growing especially fast and why? What do experts mean when they say that 2024 is the year of the embodiment of AI? And could the next superantibiotic be designed by AI? Moderator…
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Travelling with a disability can be daunting, even for a seasoned disabled traveller. This week Peta sits down with friend Daniel Zunzunegui, director and founder of Accessible Spain Travel. They deep dive into travelling in Spain and how you go about starting an accessible travel agency that covers an entire country. Listen to Peta's recent travel…
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On this episode of the Special Chronicles Podcast: Special Olympics Nebraska Athlete Leader and newly selected Sargent Shriver Global Messenger Wyatt Spalding joins SSGM Alum and Award-winning Podcast Host Daniel Smrokowski for an empowering conversation about his story of overcoming obstacles in life which led him to this elite athlete leadership …
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This is the moving story of a woman who, throughout her life, has refused to be defined by what others think she can or cannot do. Minnie Baragwanath was diagnosed, at the age of 15, with a congenital condition that left her legally blind. However, she did not meekly accept the limitations that blindness might have imposed on her: instead, she dug …
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I’ve been surprised as my own kids enter elementary school to anecdotally find that constipation is a common reason to miss activities. But, this aligns perfectly with the research we look at today, and the growing concern that constipation has become a public health concern. As many as 32% of kids (0-18) experience constipation. And, a growing num…
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