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Next & Now
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Join Ambry Genetics for exciting, on-demand updates in genetic technologies and clinical diagnostics. Ambry’s core values have always included collaborating and sharing scientific discoveries to help families affected by genetic conditions. Tune in here for cutting-edge discussions from leading clinicians, scientists, and researchers on a wide variety of topics.
 
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Down Right Awesome » Down Syndrome Radio
 
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Mix Match
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Pact supports people with intellectual disabilities to lead fulfilling lives, focusing on their strengths to help them reach their goals. Here, the team present an hour of great music.
 
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Libidacoria: The Late Night Talk Show
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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 ...
 
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It's a Brain Thing!
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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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YES To Employment
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YES! To Employment is a podcast series that seeks to improve competitive, integrated employment outcomes for transition-aged youth and young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
 
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Making Room
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Did you know that only 17% of families who have a family member with autism participate in a community of faith on a regular basis? Many communities of faith simply have not taken the steps to welcome those with disabilities, not because they don't want to but because they don't know how.Join Mike, a father of three boys with autism, a member of a community of faith, and an Autism and Inclusion Specialist as he shares ideas about how to remedy this problem and learn how to make room for peop ...
 
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Listen! Our Voices Count
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This programme comes from a person with a disability who has worked in the disability sector for a number of years.All people with disability want to be treated like everyone else. This programme aims to inform that people with disabilities count, our voices need to be heard. It will feature interviews from people with disabilities and supportive organisationsPlease contact the show and me on Facebook or through Plains FM. Broadcast the third Thursday of the month at 12noon.Some of my experi ...
 
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Skillwise On Air
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SkillWise on Air is a show made by and for the clients at SkillWise.The show airs on the last Monday of every month 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 participate and be a ...
 
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Skillwise On Air
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SkillWise on Air is a show made by and for the clients at SkillWise.The show airs on the last Monday of every month 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 participate and be a ...
 
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The Phoenix Library by Clarissa Pinkola Estes
 
In this original audio, led by interviewer Juan “Chico" Dimas, 17 years old, who was challenged with his own disability of not being able to speak until he was six years old—he leads five persons to share their personal feelings and thoughts about their special needs and how they would like the world to see them as real persons first. Juan “Chico" Dimas leads his interviewees and audience into the disability world, beginning by telling an old folk tale he has chosen, "The Turtle and the Hare ...
 
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In chapter 7 I addressed the schedule for church every Sunday. On top of those three hours, Mormons typically have activities throughout the week, especially for the teenagers. Every week, typically on Tuesday or Wednesday nights, all the youth will go to the church for what is called Mutual. I'm not exactly sure why they call it that, and I ac ...…
 
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Unpopular Opinions with Lindsey Hodges
 
Mason and Lindsey look at the final terrifying moments of a would be King, discuss Mord's understanding of debt and the concept of object permanence in intellectually disabled guards, and take bets on the over/under of how many horses the Mountain has decapitated.Find us on twitter: @unpoppodFind us on G-mail: unpoppod@gmail.comFind us on Sound ...…
 
Posted by Tiger Talk on Sunday, October 1, 2017 Hello and welcome to Tiger Talk for the week of October 2nd through October 8th 2017 Visit us for show notes and links at tigertalk.us or on Facebook for replays of our live podcasts. http://tigertalk.us/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/TT-10.1.17.mp3 News 98th meeting of the Tigers and Blue Jays On Fri ...…
 
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Patients Speak Out
 
Today I’m talking to Brett who is the father of Angelina, his 7 year old daughter, who was diagnosed with Joubert Syndrome. In the last year, Angelina, who is nonverbal, has learned how to sign and goes to a regular elementary school. He says “The world’s out there telling her what she is not going to be able to do", and he says it’s his job to ...…
 
In this episode, Alissa shares her journey as a single mother raising 5 children, both biological and adopted through the foster system, and having a wide range of special needs, including physical, intellectual and emotional disabilities. She discusses how to stay centered in the tough times and how self-care is required before we are able to ...…
 
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Shailey & Katie: Design Moms Finding the Happy Balance as Work-from-home Entrepreneurs
 
Perspective is the precious gift Rachel gives us in this interview. We were left inspired, encouraged, and educated on a subject many people may avoid: special needs and disability. Listen to her tips on what to say/what not say/ inclusion and how to change the world! F.I.V.E. things that I would tell a mom whose child just received a diagnoses ...…
 
Misty Parsley, director of special education programs in Lipscomb’s College of Education, shares the story of the IDEAL program which is making the dream of attending college a reality for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
 
Published on 09 Dec 2014. Stockpiling possessions and collecting obsessively can tip into Hoarding Disorder, a condition recently recognised as a diagnosable mental health condition. Martin tells Claudia Hammond how his growing collection of cars, trucks and bikes awaiting "renovation" was growing out of control, and how a self help group for h ...…
 
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Messages of hope
 
Grace For All On Messages Of Hope this week we’re talking with two mums who raised children with severe intellectual disabilities. How did they cope with the challenges and does God have any meaning for a person who is intellectually disabled? Listen to the program http://www.messagesofhope.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/20170827-Message-Onl ...…
 
Evandra Catherine is currently a full time PhD student at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Her program is Special Education and Disability Policy. Her research interest focuses on national policies that impact the education of Black boys, particularly those with receive special education services. She considers herself a ...…
 
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Palm Beach Perspective
 
Talked with Rich and Melody from Special Olympics Florida - Palm Beach County. Special Olympics is a charity that provides year-round sports training and competition to children and adults 8 years of age and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities. They offer 15 different sports to choose from including bowling, track and field, ...…
 
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Catalog of Interviews and Bits
 
Guest Bio: Miriam is a Program Officer at the Ruderman Family Foundation, where she is responsible for the oversight of programs related to disability inclusion. She began her career as a Special Education Teacher in the New York City public schools, and while teaching she earned a Masterâ??s degree in Special Education from the City University ...…
 
Do you focus on capturing product stories or customer-hero stories? The answer can make a huge difference in your sales and marketing results. Let me explain. Despite all the time, money, resources spent on improving sales productivity, just 13% of sales people produce 87% of revenue in a typical organization according to the Sales Benchmark In ...…
 
Frustration from a lawyer over the Government's lack of commitment to an inquiry into the abuse of intellectually disabled people in state care.It comes as the Human Rights Commission has asked the Government for an apology, off the back of a report into 17 intellectually-disabled people who suffered systematic abuse.Lawyer Sonia Cooper told Ra ...…
 
Dave Hoekstra visits with director Vince Uribe of The Arts of Life, a studio that supports adults artists with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Uribe talks about his background as a gallery director and using his industry connections to open the door for these artists to make a living in the art community, the organization’s four co ...…
 
00:00 - In the tiny Manitoba community of Waterhen, Jon and Karissa Warkentin are fighting for the right to stay in Canada and run their business. In 2013 Jon and Karissa Warkentin moved from Colorado to Waterhen, about four hours north of Winnipeg. But because their daughter Karalynn has an intellectual disability, Immigration Canada denied th ...…
 
In this week’s show, episode 140, we get lost in Japan taking a sexy quiz about murdering Satan, but all the results told us is that Klingons have celiacs and the Earth ISN'T FUCKING FLAT! Now, grab a beer and help us test the god hypothesis — because, while Lakshmi (Hindu goddess of health and prosperity) hasn’t struck us down yet, we are tryi ...…
 
Wynton Marsalis joined us for Behind The Note Podcast today! We talked many things including leadership, building a team, and turning vision into reality.Rate Behind The Note Podcast on the platform you're using right now to read this script and to listen to the show.Press Play. Enjoy. Share. ---------------------------------------------------- ...…
 
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Film Ireland Podcast
 
Gemma Creagh talks to Len Collin about Sanctuary, which introduces us to Larry and Sophie, two people with intellectual disabilities, who long to be together in a world that does everything to keep them apart.http://filmireland.net/By hello@filmbase.ie (FilmIreland).
 
The Anthony Bourdain of the community care world, Jackie Goldstein, is our guest this week. Jackie is an observer, educator, author and speaker on community care support models. Jackie's book, 'Voices of Hope For Mental Illness; Not Against, With', shares the stories of many community care models across the United States, and the story of Geel ...…
 
EPISODE 100!!!! - MEGA 2 1/2 HOUR EPISODEThe Can-Do Radio Show showcases music from artists from Can-Do Musos. Each artist played, lives with the challenge of a day to day disability. Whether it be a physical disability, mental illness, or intellectual disability, each artist has the same passion and dedication to their craft. On this week's ep ...…
 
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RNZ: Parliament - Live Stream and Question Time
 
METIRIA TUREI to the Associate Minister of Health: Tokohia ngā tāngata i inu wai nā te e coli i paihana, i ngā rā atu i te tahi o Hōngongoi, tau rua mano tekau mā rima, ki te toru tekau o Pipiri, tau rua mano tekau mā ono? Translation: How many people’s drinking water was contaminated with e coli between 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016? MELISSA LEE ...…
 
Established as a group home in 1982 out of Boulder County by a group of parents that had children with autism. They have since grown to provide Residential, Behavioral, and Day Services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities out of the Boulder County and Denver Metro areas, as well as Colorado Springs. http://www.overtureco ...…
 
Emily Cleveland has a passion for helping children see past disability through friendship. Cleveland is the Kentucky state director of Best Buddies International, providing direct support for the state’s school-based programs. These programs create opportunities for youth and adults, with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities ...…
 
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JAMA Clinical Reviews: Interviews about ideas & innovations in medicine, science & clinical practice. Listen & earn CME credit.
 
Chromosomal microarray technology (CMA) facilitates the genetic diagnosis of intellectual disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, and congenital abnormalities in children. Previously, G-band karyotyping was the test performed for this purpose but it could only identify very large chromosomal abnormalities and was not very sensitive. Being a mol ...…
 
Gavin Hicks, the captain of the Australian cricket team with an intellectual disability and Julian Wiener, the assistant coach of the side talk about the upcoming International T-Twenty tournament
 
Anil Dash (Founder / Writer / Speaker / Blogger / Preeminent force on the Internet) argues for a new definition of "open" on the web. We ask for advice on how to be more inclusive as a non-manager. Daniel has some big ideas about infrastructure. Hit us up on Twitter: John: @johnrudolphdrex Daniel: @dcoulbourne Fits and Starts: @fits_and_starts ...…
 
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