Best Intellectual Disability podcasts we could find (Updated June 2019)
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Jayson Davies, OTR/L, from the OT School House Website dives into the areas of school-based Occupational Therapy most frequently discussed by therapists. Join Jayson and special guests to explore new practice strategies and earn professional development for certification renewal!
 
I'm creating podcast episodes offering practical wisdom for everyday life -- solutions to modern human concerns -- informed by the ancient philosophical school of Stoicism popularized by thinkers including Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius. Improve your quality of life by implementing a strong mental framework informed by Stoic Philosophy!I explore topics such as gratitude; acceptance; overcoming adversity; finding meaning in life; moderation; dealing with change; friendship; loneliness ...
 
Weekly podcasts from Science Magazine, the world's leading journal of original scientific research, global news, and commentary.
 
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Skillwise On Air
Monthly
 
SkillWise on Air is a show made by and for the clients at SkillWise.The show airs on the last Thursday of every month at midday and features SkillWise news and events as well as stories, music, reviews and jokes.SkillWise (SPAN Chartiable Trust) is an organisation that facilitates work and education opportunities for people with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities.The aim is to provide a choice of stimulating opportunities for people with an intellectual disabilityin order to particip ...
 
Neuroscience stories from the lab and life: By scientists, for everyone. Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience (MPFI) researchers Ben Scholl, Ph.D., Joe Schumacher, Ph.D., Jeremy Chang, Ph.D, and Misha Smirnov, Ph.D. host Neurotransmissions: an engaging, accessible look inside the neuroscience research world, exploring current research topics and emerging technologies, public health issues in the domain of biomedical science, the intersection between science and society, and unique p ...
 
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Turn Me On
Weekly
 
Turn me on podcast is a no holds barred conversation about what it is to be a sexual being in the world. Hosted by Jeremie and Bryde, a married, poly, adventurous couple who love to talk to people about S-E-X, the conversation is geared toward getting real about pleasures of the flesh with intelligence, humour and maybe a little pillow talk.
 
If you're preparing for your CSA exam, and struggle for time to read books and guidelines, this is for you! Designed and created to listen and learn on the go, this (just under) 5 hour audio exposes you to 100 types of CSA case, presentation and situation - and completely breaks them down. 🗣 "Listened to your CSA audiobook non-stop for 3 months. Helped me pass without a doubt!" 🗣 "CSA tick! Thank you for the brilliant audiobook!" 🗣 "Such a good resource - taking it on holiday to listen to!" ...
 
Meet K— and Saxie, along with special guests and co-hosts, at the corner of intellect, erotica, philosophy and social commentary on a variety of sexual topics. This is Libidacoria: The Late Night Talk where each episode they take a different aspect of sexuality and examine it from many sides pulling in all kinds of cool internet sites and historical facts. They’re thought-provoking, controversial, sarcastically humorous, educational, entertaining, and often times…just plain wrong! This is ma ...
 
Help and information for educators from the Council for Exceptional Children. CEC is the leading voice for special and gifted education. Through the vision and dedication of more than 29,000 members, CEC sets the standard for high quality education for children and youth with exceptionalities. For more information, please visit cec.sped.org .
 
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Another ethical dilemma with regard to technology and sex. Does VR count as cheating? Bryde and Jeremie try to answer a listners questions on long distance poly relationships and working through the trauma of not being enough. Then they talk to Emily, a teacher of early childhood education about the problems with teaching compliance and offerin ...…
 
In this episode, Jayson shares what it was like transitioning from one district to another and the lessons that were learned as a result of doing so. Join in to hear about: Some pros and cons of both contract and district jobs Distinct differences between working in districts big and small The importance of advocating for yourself The role of o ...…
 
How can you resist puppy dog eyes? This sweet, soulful look might very well have been bred into canines by their intended victims—humans. Online News Editor David Grimm talks with host Meagan Cantwell about a new study on the evolution of this endearing facial maneuver. David also talks about what diseased dog spines can tell us about early dom ...…
 
We’ve all seen images or animations of hurricanes that color code the wind speeds inside the whirling mass—but it turns out we can do a better job measuring these winds and, as a result, better predict the path of the storm. Staff Writer Paul Voosen talks with host Sarah Crespi about how a microsatellite-based project for measuring hurricane wi ...…
 
Sex & Drugs. B+J discuss the sometimes fun yet sometimes disastrous combo. A listener wants to know about dealing with a sexless relationship, and mission-critical communication breakdown. Bryde and Jeremie talk to guest Laura about seeking a third for a long-term, serious relationship, and also how meaningful it is to see the representation of ...…
 
Have you been hearing the term "Primitive Reflexes" pop up in IEPs or in the OT room? What about Reflex Integration? To be honest, I remember learning a little about some of the common infant reflexes were in college, but it was only a quick overview. We definitely did not cover what we could do when a child presented with retained primitive re ...…
 
Cheap and easy to make, perovskite minerals have become the wonder material of solar energy. Now, scientists are turning from using perovskites to capture light to using them to emit it. Staff Writer Robert Service joins host Sarah Crespi to talk about using these minerals in all kinds of light-emitting diodes, from cellphones to flat screen TV ...…
 
Episode 100 is an extra long, multi-segmented episode of Turn Me On. It's a Mom Bonanza. "Momgasm" - two young, hot, hilarious, podcasting moms - talk to Jeremie and Bryde about getting sexy back postpartum. Bryde's mom tells a mind-bending story about her own mother/sister. 'Sex Talk with My Mom" is a son and momma comedy podcast that inspires ...…
 
How do you learn the appropriate response to a fear-inducing stimulus? Misha and Andre are joined on this episode by Dr. Andreas Lüthi, Group Leader at the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research in Basel Switzerland to discuss the role of the amygdala in attributing emotional significance to external stimuli and the generation of ...…
 
Up until this year, most U.S. graduate programs in the sciences required the General Record Examination from applicants. But concerns about what the test scores actually say about potential students and the worry that the cost is a barrier to many have led to a rapid and dramatic reduction in the number of programs requiring the test. Science S ...…
 
Jeremie and Bryde watch a talk by intimacy coach John Wineland and discuss the edginess of the topic, safety and trust, masculine and feminine, dangerous charisma, and floating off into woo woo.
 
In this episode of the OT School House Podcast, Jayson interviews the author of the Handwriting Brain Body Disconnect, Cheri Dotterer, MS, OTR/L. Listen in as Cheri defines Dysgraphia and explains what the six types of Dysgraphia are. She also shares how OTs can help students to overcome some of the problems they face by using the Motor Learnin ...…
 
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) was built with one big goal in mind: to find the Higgs boson. It did just that in 2012. But the question on many physicists’ minds about the LHC is, “What have you done for me lately?” Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Adrian Cho about proposals to look at the showers of particles created by its proton co ...…
 
“Jeremie’s a swinger”, and other debates ensue. Like did medicine die with the witches so that pharmaceuticals could claim this wisdom as their own? Did Jeremie’s date really have an orgasm every other minute? Is a comedian ok to mention right now because they have a really supportive abortion joke?
 
On this episode, Michael is joined by former MPFI Post-Baccalaureate Research Experience (PRE) Fellow Amber Luongo and Dr. Hisashi Umemori, associate professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School. Dr. Hisashi studies synaptic connections between neurons and how they established, refined and maintained in the nervous system. Learn more about ...…
 
The groundwater of Rockford, Michigan, is contaminated by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, chemicals found in everything from nonstick pans to dental floss to—in the case of Rockford—waterproofing agents from a shoe factory that shut down in 2009. Science journalist Sara Talpos talks with host Meagan Cantwell about how locals found the pote ...…
 
Bryde and Jeremie are once again on opposite sides of the country! But long distance love will not get in the way of another great conversation! This week B+J revisit an OG TMO guest, Tee, and talk about rope play, community, balance, boundaries, and the power of the image.
 
In this professional development podcast, Jayson interviews Dr. Stephanie Foster, PhD, OTR/L and her daughter, Nicole Foster on the effects of technology use and the promotion of a healthy balance. We will look at current trends in technology use among teens as well as how these trends may affect young adults down the road as Internet Addiction ...…
 
Dog cognition and social behavior have hogged the scientific limelight for years—showing in study after study that canines have social skills essential to their relationships with people. Cats, not so much. These often-fractious felines tend to balk at strange situations—be they laboratories, MRI machines, or even a slightly noisy fan. Online N ...…
 
We can’t get enough of period sex, blood art, and menstruation questions. Bryde and Jeremie catch up with Stephanie about being your own party, ending up in strange places with strangers, and finding old friends again after the end of an unhealthy relationship.
 
On this episode, Joe and Misha are joined by Dr. Cris Niell, Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at the University of Oregon. Learn how Dr. Niell is looking at the effects of meditation in the brain, how he got interested in the visual system of the mouse, the work his lab has done on predatory behavior, and why he’s expanding into ...…
 
Humans have sought new materials to make elusive blue pigments for millennia—with mixed success. Today, scientists are tackling this blue-hued problem from many different angles. Host Sarah Crespi talks with contributing correspondent Kai Kupferschmidt about how scientists are looking to algae, bacteria, flowers—even minerals from deep under Ea ...…
 
Jeremie’s having some great sex and Bryde is so stressed that her libido ran away. Guest Jennie Gillies has cerebral palsy and her childhood question - what will sex look like for me - has led her through one sexy experiment after another, with more to cum.
 
Do you work with students who use iPads or other technology tools to access their educational curriculum and environment? RJ from RJCooper.com is a computer science guru that specializes in developing tools for people with special needs and the people who serve them. For nearly 40 years, RJ has worked primarily with people who have developmenta ...…
 
Noncancerous tumors of the uterus—also known as fibroids—are extremely common in women. One risk factor, according to the scientific literature, is “black race.” But such simplistic categories may actually obscure the real drivers of the disparities in outcomes for women with fibroids, according to this week’s guest. Host Meagan Cantwell speaks ...…
 
Jeremie gives an oration of bad oral. Bryde reads a brain boner from a mature slut. The hosts sit back down with Shameless for a catch-up conversation on newly single life, trust, and what it feels like when the contract gets broken.
 
This week we have two interviews from the annual meeting of AAAS in Washington D.C.: one on the history of food and one about our own perceptions of food and food waste. First up, host Sarah Crespi talks with Christina Warinner from the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Jena, Germany, about the history of dairying. When d ...…
 
Host Episode! Bryde & Jeremie talk fantasizing to real vs. fake memories, astrological erogenous zones, latest media opportunities, and take a good stab at a brain boner from a lister who wants some love advice. Also, this Mother’s Day, take the opportunity to find out whether pelvic floor tension runs in the family.…
 
Listen in as Jayson and Danielle Delorenzo, OTR/L, provide an introduction to IEEs and how to prevent IEEs, defend against IEEs, and even conduct IEEs as an independent evaluator. You can earn 1 unit of professional development by listening to this podcast and purchasing the episode 28 podcast PD opportunity at otschoolhouse.com/episode28​ Podc ...…
 
The ancient humans also known as the “hobbit” people (Homo floresiensis) might have company in their small stature with the discovery of another species of hominin in the Philippines. Host Sarah Crespi talks to Contributing Correspondent Lizzie Wade about what researchers have learned about this hominin from a jaw fragment, and its finger and t ...…
 
On this episode we’re digging back into the vault to a Spring 2016 conversation Joe, Misha, and Ben had with Dr Carol Mason Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology, Neuroscience and Ophthalmic Science at Columbia University and former Society for Neuroscience President. Topics they’ll cover include the work Dr. Mason’s group is doing looking ho ...…
 
The hosts invent a fun new game called "Stand Up, Sit Down". Or should they call it, "Getting to Know You"? Either way, every one of you sluts gets a workout. Jeremie and Bryde talk to Red Hot Suz about internet sex work and she gives us all a serious selfie tutorial. This episode is brought to you by OpenFit: Right now during the Openfit 30-da ...…
 
A single factory in Malaysia supplies about 10% of the world’s rare earth oxides, used in everything from cellphones to lasers to missiles. Controversy over the final resting place for the slightly radioactive byproducts has pushed the plant to the brink of closure. Host Meagan Cantwell talks with freelance writer Yao Hua Law about calls to shi ...…
 
Jeremie and Bryde discuss consensual fantasies, the problem of privacy, and Jeremie’s new BF, Anderson Cooper. The hosts talk to Hailey, a sensual masseuse with over a decade of experience in the industry in Montreal.
 
Have you ever thought about seeing clients on the weekends or maybe during summer? Do you have a dream to be your own boss? If so, this episode is for you. In episode 27, Jayson interviews Scott Harmon, OTR/L, on how to start a therapy practice from the ground up. We talk about why many therapists turn to starting their own practice, as well as ...…
 
What is it that defines us, nature or nurture? Michael and Andre sit down with Liqun Luo, Professor of Biology at Stanford University, to discuss the role of genetics and experience in the development of the brain. As a trained geneticist Dr. Luo uses both flies and mice to investigate the development of the nervous system. Learn more about how ...…
 
Southern California’s famous Santa Anita racetrack is struggling to explain a series of recent horse injuries and deaths. Host Meagan Cantwell is joined by freelance journalist Christa Lesté-Lasserre to discuss what might be causing these injuries and when the track might reopen.In our second segment, researchers are racing to understand the im ...…
 
The hosts dive deep into the D. D is for divorce. It’s all going to be ok, but gosh darn is it difficult. A divisive brain boner has Jeremie and Bryde giving different opinions, though they’re basically on the same page-ish. They throw to an episode with Gabrielle, a woman with an undiagnosed illness that makes sexy times, well, challenging. He ...…
 
Pirate’s gold may not be that far off, as there are valuable metals embedded in potato-size nodules thousands of meters down in the depths of the ocean. Host Meagan Cantwell talks with Staff Writer Paul Voosen about the first deep-sea test of a bus-size machine designed to scoop up these nodules, and its potential impact on the surrounding ecos ...…
 
In this episode, Jayson interviews Dr. Kelly Auld-Wright, OTD, OTR/L, on how to go from sensory evaluation to treating a child using sensory integration and sensory strategies in a school setting (You know, without the whole gym setup). Kelly starts off right where Dr. Zoe Mailloux left off in Episode 25 and explains what type of patterns we sh ...…
 
Host Sarah Crespi talks with Staff Writer Daniel Clery about the many, many theories surrounding fast radio bursts—extremely fast, intense radio signals from outside the galaxy—and a new telescope coming online that may help sort them out.Also this week, Sarah talks with Staff Writer Jennifer Couzin-Frankel about her story on researchers’ attem ...…
 
On this episode of Max Planck Florida's Neurotransmissions Podcast Misha and Paul sit down with Dr. Brenda Bloodgood, assistant professor in the Division of Biological Sciences at the University of California San Diego. Hear how Dr. Bloodgood’s path from aspiring undergraduate neuroscientist to professor informs her approach to not only her lab ...…
 
A listener asks for advice about a very particular comparison (The Older Woman) and the hosts talk about masturbating to celebrities. They chat with Ev at Algonquin college about feet and comedy and Jeremie plays a throwback video of Bryde’s serious hangover regret.
 
New archaeological evidence suggests the same black plague that decimated Europe also took its toll on sub-Saharan Africa. Host Sarah Crespi talks with Contributing Correspondent Lizzie Wade about diverse medieval sub-Saharan cities that shrank or even disappeared around the same time the plague was stalking Europe.In a second archaeological st ...…
 
Jeremie has a prison sentence. Bryde invented a menstrual sex toy and may need help naming it. The hosts talk to Avery, a self proclaimed swinger who found her way to sexual playfulness after a rough start.
 
In this episode, Jayson interviews Dr. Zoe Mailloux, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA on the importance of completing a comprehensive evaluation in sensory integration. Since being a research assistant for Dr. A. Jean Ayres, Dr. Mailloux has gone on to author more than 30 published journal articles and has taught courses on Ayres Sensory Integration® all arou ...…
 
On this episode of Max Planck Florida's Neurotransmissions Dr. Paul Evans, former Postdoc in the Yasuda lab and current MPFI Academic Programs Coordinator, and Dr. Audrey Bonnan, Postdoc in the Christie lab, are joined by Dr. Claudia Bagni. Dr. Bagni is the Professor and Chair in Fundamental Neuroscience at the University of Lausanne where her ...…
 
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