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The place where the real disability talk happens. Interviews, life hacks and things you don't say out loud. With Simon Minty, Kate Monaghan and the Ouch team.
Interesting insights from the Outreach Team at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
Kessler Foundation - Changing the lives of people with disabilities through research in stroke, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and by funding innovative programs that promote employment for people with disabilities. Podcasts are from various consumer and professional lectures presented by our researchers and guest lecturers.
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 ACB Braille Forum is a magazine produced by the American Council of the Blind
Assistive Technology Update – A 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.
Challenge what you think it’s like to live with disability. Hosts Dylan Alcott and Angus O’Loughlin speak to people living with disabilities about their lives and ask them the questions you thought were off-limits. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll learn something. This is a podcast for everyone - disabled or abled, and hopes to break down stigmas, change perceptions, and to challenge what you think it’s like to live with disability.
A disability podcast with Kyle and Emily
Braille Institute Programs in Southern California
Conversations on disability politics, culture, and media.
The podcast where we at Enhance the UK strip back the taboo on all things sex and disability.
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 ...
Advice and suggestions for people with recent onset disabilities or chronic illnesses on how to handle life and all the little things that no one thinks to tell you about beforehand.
Samfiru Tumarkin LLP is a Toronto-based law firm that specializes in labour and employment law, as well as personal injury and insurance claims.
In my podcast series, I chat about my daily experiences living with a disability within the NDIS, and also chat with some interesting people who work in the disability sector or have a disability.
KBOO Radio is a community-powered station in Portland Oregon
AT Banter’s goal is to celebrate and share stories of disability. Join Rob Mineault, Ryan Fleury, Steve Barclay, and Lis Malone as they talk with advocates and members of the Disability Community to educate and inspire better conversations about disability.
This is a podcast that looks at disability stories. it’s like sitting down with a really close friend to have real conversations about disability, sexuality and everything else about the disability experience that we don’t talk about; the things about being disabled we keep in the dark. The show is hosted by Disability Awareness Consultant Andrew Gurza.
A disability support program between two friends in wheelchairs discussing their daily lives and critiquing depictions of the crippled experience in popular culture.
The Pulse on AMI-audio
Weekly interviews designed to introduce listeners to disability-related benefits, resources & services they may not be familiar with. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eric-jorgensen9/support
Podcast with Dr. Raphael Raphael, Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa
Where advocates harness the power of storytelling to build community with their peers and hope to develop empathy in others. A team of disability advocates creates this True Tales podcast to share personal stories by disabled storytellers and add their voices to the growing community of podcast listeners.
A less-than-inspiring exploration of disability from someone who is actually disabled. Heavy on the sarcasm, Bad Attitudes explores the reality of being disabled, how non-disabled people can become better advocates and allies, disability representation in pop culture, and the ways in which disability permeates society. Young or sensitive ears beware. N (necessarily) SFW.
Brock Richardson and his panel of sports experts engage in a lively round-table discussion about Parasports and professional sports news and newsmakers.
Join Hannah Witton and some very special guests as they discuss all things sex, relationships, dating and bodies in her new podcast, Doing It! In a series of frank, open & honest conversations guests talk about their personal experiences from periods and pregnancy to sex, disability and everything in between. Expect laughs, tears and some serious sex education.
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.
With over 30 years in combined experience as diagnosticians, Laurie and Abbey dive into what they’ve learned behind the scenes in their podcast, Let’s Talk Learning Disabilities.
A resource for veterans seeking benefits. Get the VA benefits you deserve! Win your VA claim. Live the life you earned.
The official podcast of Aira, the visual interpreter service for people who are blind or have low vision. At Aira, we connect people, via our free smartphone app, to trained professionals who provide visual information – all on demand. Subscribe to Airacast to learn about our technology, hear the latest innovations, ways you can use the service for free, agent profiles, and more.
Weekly reading of National Geographic Magazine 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 eligible print-reading disability.
Want to learn more about disability history? The Disability History Association Podcast features students, researchers, teachers, curators, elders, and activists who have disability history stories to share.
We are reclaiming what’s rightfully ours one podcast at a time. It’s Marybeth, Chloe, & Marcia bringing you the thoughts and unpopular topics to you get out of that ableist comfort zone. New episodes every other Monday on your favorite listening platform. Transcriptions also available on www.disabledgirlswholift.com Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/disabled-girls-who-lift/support
Produced by the team members of Living Independently for Today & Tomorrow (LIFTT). Disability Deconstructed (DDc) was created to share candid conversations about what it means and what it doesn’t mean to live with disabilities Epsoides of DDc will feature the stories of LIFTT team members and consumers as well as valuable insights and resources for individuals living with disabilities seeking further independence across LIFTT's 18 county service area in Eastern Montana and beyond.
Join Dave Brown as he discusses the latest news, sports, entertainment and current events through a disability lens.
This Podcast was set up to nurture the public voices from the Myanmar community who want to share their inspiring stories with freedom of thought for raising awareness in the Disability Issues. ဤ Podcast သည် မြန်မာ့လူမှုနယ်ပယ်မှ စိတ်အားတက်ကြွဖွယ် ဇာတ်လမ်းစုံကို အများသူငှာအား မသန်စွမ်းမှု အသိပညာ မြှင့်တင်ပေးရန်အတွက် လွတ်လပ်သော တွေးခေါ်ဆင်ခြင်နိုင်မှုဖြင့် မျှဝေလိုကြသူများ၏ အသံများကို ပြုစုပျိုးထောင်ရန် တည်ထောင်ထားခြင်းဖြစ်သည်။
Maggie shares what it is like navigating the world as a slighte-ly mentally and physically disabled creator.
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 ...
Debbie Roe from Livingwell - Disability Resource Centre brings you information about the services that they provide.
STAGE is a program of the North Shore Disability Resource Centre
In conversation with interesting and diverse professionals to discuss how their backgrounds shaped them into the people, they are today. Guests speak on a broad range of topics, including religion, culture, race, ethnicity, disability, and generational issues.
Welcome to Assburgers, a podcast where two autistic comics (from different backgrounds/races/political opinions) have a laugh, discuss important topics, discuss disabilities ,and muck about from time to time)find us on twitter @assburgerspod@politicstag@thatautisticguy@somali_johnEnquiries:email@example.com
I am a devious disabled dominatrix. I tell stories of my life as a Lifestyle Domme and a Professional Dominatrix and Fetish Model. I look forward to spreading education and awareness about the kink and fetish lifestyle. I will discuss many aspects of kink and hope to bring on other chronically ill kinksters to share their stories, tips and tricks on kinking with disabilities. I bring the pain and I relieve it. I am all about healing through kink and education.
The Disability Sport Info podcast discusses academic insights on different topics to do with disability sport. This show is perfect if you want to hear from expert academics researching disability sport.
The everyday life journal of a disabled woman in Texas.
My C5 Life with Lindsay Nott is about challenging the many misconceptions in the general public about people with disabilities. This podcast is for everyone, who is curious about life with a disability. Lindsay speaks to other people with disabilities about their lived experience, and how they improvise and adapt to live the life they want, including travel. Lindsay talks to health professionals, working in the disability field, and disability support workers about their jobs, and how workin ...
A glimpse into visually impaired life in a visual world. Host Avery Berschauer shares her personal experience and explores other topics around diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility.
A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
Teaching students with disabilities how to determine their own future path is critical, and today's podcast provides two FREE exceptional resources to teach self-determination. First you will hear about Dr. Michael Wehmeyer's The Arc's Self-Determination Scale, Adolescent Version and the accompanying 152 page The Arc’s Self-Determination Scale: Pro…
In our accessibility story roundup, we learn about a call from the Canadian Association of Physicians with Disabilities for committee members to co-develop a curriculum on disability for medical students. From the January 18, 2022 episode.By AMI
Zavikon serves any individual who is seeking career employment who has a visible or invisible disability. They have programs set up for Blind/visually impaired, Deaf/hard of hearing, and neurodivergent to name a few. They focus on the individual’s talents and skills and place employees in all types of careers including finance, technology, clerical…
I've jumped — okay, waded — into the online dating pool. What's on the horizon in this experiment? Let me introduce you to the dating site I'm using and how things are going so far. Email firstname.lastname@example.org Follow the podcast on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter Support the podcast Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/badattitudespod)…
THIS EPISODE OF THE DISABILITY LAW SHOW ORIGINALLY AIRED ON NOVEMBER 27TH, 2021 On today's episode, John Scholes and Sivan Tumarkin are joined by Albert Klein and discuss and answer a host of questions emailed to the law firm concerning LTD and complications with insurances companies. Plus, Sivan answers all of your questions. Have your question an…
On episode 277, we go back across the pond to sit with UK based disability activist, Jo Tolley. We explore how she rather reluctantly got into disability activism, and she shares how she didn’t really want to do it at first. Then, Jo talks about the differences for her between equity and equality, and what disability means for her. We also chat whe…
In this first episode of Devious & Disabled; A Diary of a Disabled Dominatrix. I give you a intro into my personal life... My chronic conditions, how I have created an adaptive kinky lifestyle and discussing Consent and Consent Violations in the community I was first apart of as a baby kinkster. This is a very personal episode where I give you a gl…
Happy New Year listeners! This year we wanted to start the year off with some high-tech equipment. I sat down with Natalie Rotschi, Communications & PR Manager to find out about the Scewo Bro from Switzerland. This high-tech electric chair, ensures users will feel confident on all terrains and even a flight of stairs. Website: https://www.scewo.com…
There are some well documented advantages of dancing for people with special needs, regardless of their abilities. They include physical fitness, an increase in confidence, improvements in flexibility and strength, and it’s a great outlet for creativity and imagination.By shayne marks
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In this Episode, Laurie and Abbey interview Emily Peterson, a ninth grade student who shares her perspective and experience in dealing with ADHD. Laurie also shares some parental insight, as Emily is her step-daughter as well. Emily talks through elementary years, getting diagnosed, and learning how to make the best of her diagnosis to achieve her …
Sheri Wells-Jensen of Mission AstroAccess was one of several people with disabilities aboard a recent zero-gravity flight mimicking space travel. She discusses her experiences and the implications of disability-inclusive space travel. This is the January 8, 2022 episode.By AMI
Carmella George, VA Accredited Claims Agent www.veterandisabilityclaims.com www.carmellageorge.com www.vetsdisabilityclaims.com www.vaclaimsagent.com FB Group: www.facebook.com/groups/vetsdisabilityclaims Everything VA Disability Claims & Benefits.By Carmella George
In this episode of the "Disability Deconstructed" podcast, host and LIFTT Special Projects coordinator Lee Hoblitzell sits down with three of LIFTT's longest-tenured team members and talks with them about how they came to LIFTT, some memorable work they have done, and their vision for the future of the organization. Lee's guests are: Freda Mook, LI…
Allen Hines, Housing Access Director of Community Vision and Nico Serra, Advocate and Educator facilitated Build A Movement (BAM) 2021, an annual event founded by John Griffiths. In this final session, participants shared their testimonies about housing, healthcare and ser...By KBOO Community Radio
In our last episode of 2021, Marcia & Marybeth discuss podcast milestones, favorite moments, and much more. As we always say, this podcast is a labor of love that has built a beautiful community. We thank you for engaging and growing along this intersectional identity journey. Lifting is what draws us disabled girls and femmes together, community i…
Susan Burch discusses her new book on the individuals, families, and communities who were affected by Canton Asylum. Episode Image: Committed: Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions, by Susan Burch. The cover shows an image of a quilt with colourful circles on a white field. Each circle features different patterned fabrics radiating …