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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 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 ...
 
Not many people know what it's like to be a person with a disability. Join Canadian blogger Marlene Benedicto (a.k.a. Ling) as she gets real about her life as a disabled woman, and has fun and informative chats with her guests. Whether you are disabled, have a family member with a disability, or just want to learn something new and maybe have a few laughs, this podcast is for you.
 
Join DSC’s podcast series with hosts, Roland and Evie Naufal as they chat with interesting guests who have carved their own path in the disability sector - revealing battle scars, imparting wisdom and talking straight about their journeys. This podcast aims to have the kind of conversations that come about when passionate people aren’t afraid to speak their mind.
 
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
 
Talking with small businesses, start ups, organizations, and individuals who have stories to tell, information to give, value to share, and a reason to do what they do. Follow us to hear more about entrepreneurship, innovation, passion, and the mistakes we've made along the way.
 
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 ...
 
Join award winning author, speaker, sex educator and media maker Tristan Taormino as she explores the world of sexuality from every angle. Tristan interviews leading authors, educators, artists and icons about sexual pleasure, sexual wellness, identity, relationships, community, and social justice. Get an inside look at alternative sexual practices, communities, and relationships—like LGBTQIA folx, BDSM, polyamory, sex work, and disability—from both leading and underrepresented voices. Trist ...
 
Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) is a state agency that empowers people with disabilities through employment, disability determinations, and independence. Join Kim Jump as she interviews unique individuals who discovered OOD Works! Have a disability? Want to work? www.OODWorks.com.
 
TiLT Parenting, from parenting activist, speaker, and author Debbie Reber, features transformational interviews and conversations with authors, parenting experts, educators, and other parents aimed at inspiring, informing, and supporting parents raising differently-wired kids (giftedness, ADHD, austim, 2e, learning differences, sensory processing issues, anxiety, and more). TiLT aims to help parents feel empowered and in choice in how they parent, have more peace in their daily lives, and pa ...
 
“Accessibility” is more than just a setting on your phone or something you do to help the disabled – it’s the reason we have talking devices, voice recognition and sidewalk ramps. We couldn’t have an inclusive, diverse society without accessibility specialists working behind the scenes to make sure products and services work for everyone. 13 Letters features some of the world’s leading accessibility minds, talking about what they do and how accessibility affects billions of people every day.
 
How do we bring out the potential in all people, including those with disabilities? Get ready to be inspired, hear success stories and learn tips and principles for bringing out the best in the people in your organization. Brought to you by Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global and Sara Ruh, Chief Inspiration Officer. For more information visit www.ruhglobal.com
 
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 and optional smart glasses, 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.
 
ALL INCLUSIVE is a podcast focused on inclusion, innovation, and social justice. Join Jay Ruderman as he interviews leaders and experts on the latest news, technology and advocacy for social justice. In order to make progress that will lead to an innovative future, honest discussions must be held. That is what ALL INCLUSIVE is all about. All Inclusive is a production of the Ruderman Family Foundation.
 
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.
 
Carousel Radio is a show and a podcast that is planned and presented by our learning disabled DJs and radio presenters. It’s one of the only places on the radio where you can hear spoken word exclusively by learning disabled artists. Produced in Brighton, UK by Carousel - http://carousel.org.uk/
 
The words “Disability Humility” means the act of learning about experiences, histories and politics of disability, recognizing that one’s knowledge and understanding of disability will always be partial, and that one should act in light of that fact. All the necessary information to be aware and conscious of the challenges the disability community goes through will be discussed on our podcast.
 
Here are the voices and lives within the neurodiverse community who are graciously sharing their different journey's and insight of their experiences that could help surface resources, fight ableism, engage and support us as a whole and help each other reach beyond the stigma. I hope this helps! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/discoverspectrum/support
 
The Be My Eyes Podcast is about blindness, sight and the sometimes blurry in-between. On this bi-weekly podcast, Will from Be My Eyes talks to interesting and insightful individuals from the blind community to see the world through their eyes. Whether you are sighted, blind or low-vision, tune in to learn much more about accessibility, life with a vision impairment and other exciting topics from the people who know most about it.
 
Double Tap Canada is the show where blind people talk tech! If you’re blind or partially sighted and have an interest in technology, this is the show for you. Everyone is welcome no matter how old you are or how much or how little experience you have with technology. Each week the team will help you better understand how technology can help your everyday life, even if you have little or no sight. Join the conversation and add your voice to the show either by calling in, sending an email or l ...
 
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Is there a part of you doubting literacy is truly possible for ALL learners regardless of degree of disability? Or, perhaps you are on the other side of the ring trying to convince others that lacking the ability to see, or move extremities, or speak does not exclude literacy possibilities. This conversation addresses common belief barriers and rem…
 
Marybeth and Marcia take some time to unpack the latest uptick in hate crimes against the AAPI community once COVID hit thanks to careless phrases like “Chinese Virus” and “Kung Flu”. We also explore internalized racism among our Black and Asian communities and how white supremacy leads us to question our own identities and trauma. CW: Violence, Ha…
 
Recorded virtually on Tuesday, March 16, 2021Read the transcript at https://kesslerfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2021-04/How%20to%20prepare%20Yourself%20and%20People%20with%20Disabilities%20for%20AI%20Employment%20Practices-TRANSCRIPT.pdfOur 2nd virtual symposium continued our discussion on how artificial intelligence (AI) is changing the worl…
 
Our lockdown couple Kate and Holly adopted a toddler with restricted growth during the pandemic. She calms down around dogs, but does she really need therapeutic assistance from an animal? And we drop back in on Kate's story about living with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome whilst mostly shielding. She has been offered an operation to help her endometriosis…
 
We speak with John Walsh, former NDIA board member and one of the key designers of the NDIS to discuss why he's in favour of independent assessments, rethinking 'reasonable and necessary' and the importance of real funds flexibility. John's submission to the JSC, DSC newsletter, DSC website, DSC training, TRANSCRIPT…
 
Our guest today is Heather Lorenzen, Executive Director for the Fargo location of Gigi’s Playhouse, a Down Syndrome Achievement Center. Down Syndrome occurs when a baby is born with a third copy of the 21st chromosome. Although it is considered a developmental and intellectual disability, people can live pretty normal lives and accomplish great thi…
 
Every child should see themselves in the books they read. When a child can identify themselves just like the characters in their books, they become better readers. Representation is vital to everyone and young readers are hungry to see themselves in books. That’s why We need Diverse Books works with young Authors and Illustrators to develop books t…
 
Today’s subject is this podcast because it’s episode 100!! Whether this is the first time you’re listening or if you’re a longtime listener, this podcast is co-audio produced by three people and myself: Sarika Mehta, Geraldine Ah-Sue, and Cheryl Green. I’m proud to work with all three of them since the podcast started in 2017. You’ll hear us talk a…
 
In today's episode I had the pleasure to interview Mrs. Adina Sansolo. A young dedicated therapist that is passionate about her work. We will discuss topics like; how COVID-19 affected the way therapists work? Are therapists miracle workers? Creativity and Improvising new add-on. Hope you enjoy our episode as much as we did.…
 
This month we explore outer space or more specifically the opportunity that some disabled people might get to become an astronaut. Clearly, the European Space Agency see disability as a positive in their quest for new talent. However, when it comes to vaccines and ‘do not resuscitate’ notices and learning disabled people, there’s evidence that they…
 
Lauren Presutti, LLMSW, psychotherapist and founder of River Oaks Psychology, joins the program to discuss the intersection of mental health and disability. Lauren discusses her own journey as a person with a disability, and the stereotypes and challenges she faced along the way. Discover the difference between the medical model of disability vs. t…
 
The incomparable sexual health rock star Dr. Ina Park joins Tristan Taormino to talk about her new book Strange Bedfellows: Adventures in the Science, History, and Surprising Secrets of STDs (Flatiron Books)—a fascinating, readable page-turner! The history of sexually transmitted infections is full of fascinating characters, stories, and, of course…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, Michelle McQuigge of the Canadian Press shares her weekend news recap and discusses Ontario's updated COVID-19 restrictions. Host Dave Brown answers audience questions in our segment "Ask Dave Anything." Film reviewer Amy Amantea shares her thoughts on the Amazon Prime series “Them”. Marc Aflalo of Double Tap TV tells …
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, we have our weekly news panel with Paul Daniel and Meagan Gillmore. We discuss the United States’ plans to withdraw troops from Afghanistan this fall. We also chat about how some employees across the country are set to receive a pay raise during the pandemic. And, we talk about the recent cuts to Laurentian University …
 
Click here for a machine generated transcript One Fine Day everything changes. Nothing will be the same. Sometimes that's a good thing. Sometimes it's not. And sometimes we won't know for years. Sameer Bhide was living the American dream. He grew up in India, Came to the US for college, graduated with his Masters Degree, got his green card, and too…
 
On this weeks' episode I talk about my specific eye condition Lebers Hereditary optic neuropathy. I give a brief background of how the genetics work, who it effects and why: as well as some of the things that are being worked on to hopefully help some day. Get in touch: BlindseyePodcast.com Facebook Twitter Instagram…
 
Your 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. Special Guests: Andy Persch – Assistant Professor of OT at Colorado State University and Director of the Transition, Employment and Technology Lab Dennis Cleary – Assistant Pr…
 
Your 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. Special Guests: Andy Persch - Assistant Professor of OT at Colorado State University and Director of the Transition, Employment and Technology Lab Dennis Cleary - Assistant Pr…
 
In this week’s show, we take a look at Microsoft’s new Surface Laptop 4. Available in 13-inch or 15-inch screen sizes and with the choice of Intel or AMD processors, is there anything to make this latest addition to the Surface laptop family stand out? In Apple news, it appears Siri may have let slip the date of Apple’s next event a little too earl…
 
Topics: Introduction • 10th Anniversary of Posting Videos on YouTube • How The Blind Film Critic YouTube Channel Started • Test Footage Before The First Blind Film Critic Review • More Out-takes! • Tommy Reviews "Dazed & Confused" (1993) • Has Tommy Ever Seen Shallow Hal? • The Movie That Almost Ended The Blind Film Critic Channel in 2011 • Playlis…
 
Today on NOW with Dave Brown, author Catherine Fogarty reflects on the deadly riot at Kingston Penitentiary in Ontario that took place 50 years ago. Producer Dawn Dickinson previews The Guardian This Week with an article about a French property developer who plans to build 5,000 retirement homes across U.K. city centres. Community reporter Shaini S…
 
Emily Golden, Master Certified Coach, Speaker and Career Performance Expert, joins the program to discuss her own disability journey, as well as raising a son with Tourette syndrome. Emily also talks about her new book "The New Golden Rule" and how you can close the gap between where you are and where you want to be, simply by putting yourself firs…
 
COVID-19 Edition, Episode 13 READ THE TRANSCRIPTION AT https://kesslerfoundation.org/sites/default/files/2021-04/VISIONS-Services%20for%20the%20Blind%20finds%20innovative%20ways%20to%20serve%20job%20seekers%20during%20a%20pandemic.pdfIn 2020, Kessler Foundation awarded nearly $1 million in COVID-19 emergency grants to nonprofits faced with new and …
 
Back for our second dose are Robert Hair from Maryland School for the Blind; Gina Ouellette from the California School for the Blind; and Scott McCallum from the Washington State School for the Blind to discuss the positive things we have learned about educating blind and visually impaired students during the pandemic and the things they are most l…
 
There are no currently approved disease modifying drugs for Alzheimer's disease, but in a couple months that may change. In July of 2021, the FDA will consider approval of a human monoclonal antibody called Aducanumab for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. If approved, it will not only make this drug the defacto standard of care for Alzhimers di…
 
Randi-Lee Bowslaugh is an author and outspoken advocate for mental health sharing her true story of her battle of depression with honesty Randi-Lee's struggled with depression most of her life and has started to share her coping mechanisms with others. I have published two non-fiction books and have another one launching in March as well as writing…
 
Marlene Benedicto chats with Samantha and Desirée Walsh about what it is like to have an identical twin sister and how being diagnosed with cerebral palsy has impacted their relationship. Please subscribe to the Ling Podcast wherever you listen to your podcasts, and rate and review the show. Do you enjoy listening to the Ling Podcast? Send your com…
 
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