Best Selfadvocates podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Autistic Flappy Hour is a podcast with an Autistic Angle. It was first thought of in June 2015 by Cisco, Laurine and Nat. The first episode was released in July 2015.While there are a lot of amazing blogs written by autistic people, we noticed that there was a lack of podcasts. We like podcasts, so we decided to make our own!The aim of Autistic Flappy Hour is to offer one-hour episodes on autism-related subjects, viewed from an autistic angle as all three of us are autistic and have various ...
 
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This show is produced by the disabled community and showcases special guests and artists. The focus is for a positive outlook on programs and events for the entire community. Originally called "The Self Advocates", from Co-Op Radio CFRO, the show began in the 1990s We showcase BC Self Advocates with lots of interviews from people with special needs. Tune in for interesting music, interviews and some fun times. This program is syndicated with the NCRA (National Community and Campus Radio Asso ...
 
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Kari checked in with Kristin Braun in Balcones Springs. Kristin has a background in molecular biology who is sharp and self aware, with a passion for ‘doing self work’ together with those you love. She developed Forming Families over a summer in the early morning hours. The class meets three weeknights a month from September to May. Topics for ...…
 
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Hashimoto's Disease:Often confused with hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's disease is an autoimmune thyroid disorder. That means you get the best sides of both worlds—*sense the sarcasm*. Symptoms include extreme fatigue, weight gain and hair loss (thyroid) as well as inflammation and joint pain (autoimmune). My guest this week, Laura Guzik-Cohn bring ...…
 
"You are allowed to be demanding and annoying about your health" Self- Advocacy:This is a topic near and dear to my heart. Probably because it saved my life. I have always said that I am my own primary care-taker and everyone else is supplemental—including doctors. Someone I agree with once said, “the days of doctor knows best are OVER.”For the ...…
 
Artwork this week from Max LaZebnik, an autism self advocate and artist (http://the-art-of-autism.com/matt-lazebnik-expressing-emotions-thru-self-portraits/)
 
Season 2, Episode 2 — 7 August 2017 About this episode In preparation for the return to school, the theme of the current issue of our membership magazine is “The Individualized Education Program as a living document”. We talk with Amy Toson, the guest editor of this issue, about what the IEP as a living document means and how to implement such ...…
 
This month Peter Waters and Pauline Williams remember Terry Stanton, a strong self advocate who helped bring about positive change. We discuss transitioning to the NDIS. NDIA have acknowledged there has been teething problem For more info: ndis.gov.auHow will the NDIS affect supported and group housing.…
 
Season 2, Episode 1 — 22 June 2017 About this episode Today’s episode is particularly urgent. The Senate released its bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act and cut Medicaid this morning. Listen to it right away then get busy. TASH talks with Gonzalo Martínez de Vedia, a Policy Manager with The Indivisible Project, about what this bill means an ...…
 
[Introduction] Welcome to the LD State of Mind, a podcast about learning together and making a difference for college students. Join us as we discuss tips and useful information with our peers and experts in the area of learning variability’s. [Marcus] My name is Marcus Soutra. I’m the President of Eye to eye, I’ve been involved with Eye to Eye ...…
 
[Introduction] Welcome to the LD State of Mind, a podcast about learning together and making a difference for college students. Join us as we discuss tips and useful information with our peers and experts in the area of learning variability’s. [Marcus] My name is Marcus Soutra. I’m the President of Eye to eye, I’ve been involved with Eye to Eye ...…
 
THE GUEST: Amy C. Cosper | Entrepreneur | Speaker at #Trailblazing2017 Global Conference on Meaningful Employment | Learn more here: www.Trailblazing2017.com Amy Cosper is the former Editor in Chief of Entrepreneur magazine and the CEO of RadicalUpstarts. She has been reporting and commenting on the world of entrepreneurship for 12 years. Cospe ...…
 
This week's International Meeting for Autism Research was filled with important presentations on the multiple causes of autism, interventions, diagnosis, neurobiology, services, family and self-advocate perspectives, the list goes on and on. There is a great recap on www.spectrumnews.org. An underlying theme ran through the presentations. That ...…
 
Truly loving yourself is one of the hardest things you can do. We hold on to our old stories and live in the past. That is where this week’s guest steps in. Badassery Magazine talks with Eleanor Healy, your true-self advocate who works with women to give them their power back.
 
Dr. Beth Russell has been in education for 28 years. Prior to entering the field of education, Beth was a social worker working with children on emotional and behavioral challenges in treatment foster care. Beth is the former principal of South View Middle School in a suburb of Minneapolis. She holds a BS in child development and family relatio ...…
 
Dr. Mitchell Tepper brings a lifetime of first-hand experience with chronic conditions and disability to his work. In today’s episode, we learn his lessons from his recovery from spinal cord injury. In our next episode, we will learn about his work in the area of sexuality and injury. Stay tuned for that enlightening conversation! The post 28: ...…
 
Programs being offered. Helping single mothers. Collaboration with the community and self-advocates. Annual events. Memberships. Philosophy of PAFN. Brining the best of the best together and offering support. The amazing architectural features and how it addresses the needs of our community members. Beautiful and thoughtful artwork and design. ...…
 
Join us with our guest Linda Jablonski, MSN, BSN, BC-RN, as we discuss becoming an effective self-advocate and how to advocate for others. It is about asking the right questions, when to seek clarification when topics are not understood and how to make sure their values and goals are part of the discussion.For a significant percentage of people ...…
 
In this episode (full transcript available), I spoke with Robin DeRosa about a broad issue that affects the way we do things in our classrooms; the way programs design their courses; the way institutions support their faculty and learners; and the way knowledge, education, and publication are funded. I’m talking about the issue of access — part ...…
 
In this special episode of Exploring Different Brains, Hackie Reitman, M.D. presents 4 previous guests as they discuss ways to overcome the learning challenges presented by dyslexia and ADHD. Guests include: Dr. Matthew Schneps (an astrophysicist and visiting scientist at M.I.T., and founder of the Laboratory for Visual Learning), Elizabeth Wil ...…
 
Until recently, many in Oregon’s disability community have had to live with a difficult choice: keep a personal bank account in excess of $2000, or enjoy access to government benefits like supplemental security income and Medicare. Michael Parker, Executive Director of Oregon 529 Savings Networks tells us about a new savings plan that allows Or ...…
 
Until recently, many in Oregon’s disability community have had to live with a difficult choice: keep a personal bank account in excess of $2000, or enjoy access to government benefits like supplemental security income and Medicare. Michael Parker, Executive Director of Oregon 529 Savings Networks tells us about a new savings plan that allows Or ...…
 
Season 1, Episode 14 — 10 November 2016 About this episode We talk with Alice Wong and Andrew Pulrang about their numerous projects, most importantly #CripTheVote and the Disability Visibility Project. We discuss the election, the affordances of online collaboration and activism, intersectionality and disability, and the importance of culture, ...…
 
There’s a saying that women should be seen but not heard. Well, that’s ridiculous, archaic, and downright infuriating. It’s also that type of attitude that keeps women from saying what they desire and need, which also then creates a trickle down affect that impacts generations to come.So let’s change the dialogue. Let’s give not only women, but ...…
 
In BONUS Episode 73 of Beat Infertility, we interview psychotherapist Dr. Maria Rothenburger about how to become your own self-advocate. If you like the show or this episode in particular, please consider making a one-time or ongoing donation to help with production costs. For more information, go to https://beatinfertility.co/donate.…
 
Ovulation Predictor Kits (OPKs) are popular whether a woman is trying to conceive or using them for contraception. Unfortunately, not every woman is able to use OPKs, especially if they have PCOS. Why? Our luteinizing hormone (LH) levels show different patterns than non-POCS women, so the average kit most often gives a false positive/negative. ...…
 
www.AlternativeHealthTools.com Dr. Ginger Holistic Physician, Author and Nutrition Expert."Your body, if given the proper tools, can heal itself from disease. I teach those tools." After graduating from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and going on to earn her doctorate degree at New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Ginger has spec ...…
 
www.AlternativeHealthTools.com Dr. Ginger Holistic Physician, Author and Nutrition Expert."Your body, if given the proper tools, can heal itself from disease. I teach those tools." After graduating from the State University of New York at Stony Brook and going on to earn her doctorate degree at New York Chiropractic College, Dr. Ginger has spec ...…
 
133 | Free to be ADHD This Week’s Guest: Brandy Wynn is a self-identified marketing maven in-the-making. Diagnosed at the age of 30, now at 40, she’s enjoying her freedom from the box. In this conversation, you’ll learn what “freedom from the box” means. Brandy has been an entrepreneur from an early age. You will hear her describe her life and ...…
 
Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos is a 3x breast cancer survivor whose dreams diagnosed illness. TV/Radio Host/Producer, International multi-award winning Bestselling Author of SURVIVING CANCERLAND: Intuitive Aspects of Healing.Kat believes dreams are phone lines through which our ET (Extra-Terrestrial/Eternal Teacher) phones home for help. Someone “on ...…
 
James is STILL across the whole planet from Nnekay and living it up in Amsterdam with Bae. He met the parents and may or may not have bonded over the EuroCup and some Canal Tours. Meanwhile back stateside, Nnekay has a lumpy uterus and tells a tale on why self advocating is important. James share his method to change the police system for the b ...…
 
Today's birth story podcast guest shares how she planned ahead for her hospital birth by doing research, setting intentions and hiring a doula. Kristin's number one goal was not to have a cesarean and she educated herself on many of the ways to avoid a c secti0n and used that knowledge to self advocate with the help of her doula throughout her ...…
 
Happy Independence Day! We’re excited to return from our sabbatical with a splashy jump into the literary deep end. July Westhale is a poet and essayist living in Oakland, CA. She is the author of The Cavalcade, forthcoming from Finishing Line Press, and has poems in The Pittsburgh Poetry Review, Cimarron, cahoodaloodaling, burntdistrict, and Q ...…
 
Autism AdulthoodStrategies and Insights for a Fulfilling LifeBy Susan Senator, Foreword by John Elder Robison“In this book, like her others, the wonderful Susan Senator gives voice to those who are too often voiceless—folks with ASD who seek what they deserve—lives of purpose and possibilities.” —Ron Suskind, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist a ...…
 
In this episode, Dr. Amitay discusses the real reality behind the most commonly used psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and the questionable research behind it. This episode will help make you a better consumer and (self-)advocate when it comes to psychotherapy and other means of helping yourself and others.…
 
AnneMarie Ciccarella was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006. She describes herself as "Fierce advocate, activist, blogger. Passionate about research, evidence based care, empowering others to self advocate." In this podcast, she rants about celebrities telling their own breast cancer experiences in ways that mislead and misinform. See our bro ...…
 
Parenting in the Rain, Episode 20 Melissa’s Mantras: for Nurturing Responsibility, Independence, and Confidence in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder In This Episode: Melissa Braun, Ed.S is a loving parent, an educator, a school staffing specialist and a person passionate about advocating for kids. Melissa shares her 5 mantras below. Have a ...…
 
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This is Jeanette's Autism Show - a (mostly) weekly radio programme hosted by Autistic author, advocate, public speaker, artist, official, owner of Whimsy Manor and human mum to Mr KItty, Jeanette Purkis. It is a place for discussions around Autism advocacy and emplowerment covering such topics as employment, education, relationships and sexuali ...…
 
Imagine living somewhere you didn't choose. Being told you can't love - or leave.For decades that was reality for people with intellectual disability.For years, children with intellectual disability were not allowed to attend public schools. Parents were told to send their children with intellectual disability away to institutions - that it was ...…
 
Welcome! Launch has been incredible! I have gotten so many messages, and I have been overwhelmed with support for this launch! So, let’s talk about the obvious. We have a new name. I got an email about trademarks and copyrights, etc. related to the podcast. So, this sent me into a major panic, because I never intended to do anything wrong. It t ...…
 
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