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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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
Our focus is on helping families and professionals learn about what's available and providing new frameworks of thinking about what's possible for those who have a disability. Most of the guests' services are available nationally. Contact information for every guest is in the show notes, they welcome your questions. Please don't hesitate to reach out. Have an idea or topic you'd like covered? Please send it to eric@specialneedsnavigator.us
 
Each day, Northeast Arc changes lives and discovers abilities for thousands of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities across Massachusetts. We help them become full participants in their communities: choosing for themselves how to live, learn, work, socialize, and play. In each episode of All Things Disability we’ll speak with a leader in the disability space to learn how they promote inclusion and opportunities for people with disabilities.
 
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.
 
This annual lecture series celebrates the achievements of disabled people. The University is committed to establishing an inclusive environment, and we hope that this lecture series will be inspiring and empowering for everyone, particularly for our disabled staff and students. We hope that it will also increase understanding of the experiences of people living with a disability and of the creative and flexible support that may help them to flourish. The events are organised by the Equality ...
 
Radio Eye broadcasts the reading of current news, public service and general interest programming to listeners and others who are blind and print-disabled, with the vision of producing quality programming designed to help our listening audience lead enriched, productive, and independent lives. Disability News is a weekly program featuring news about various disabilities. This is produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that a ...
 
The Disability And…Podcast gets right to the heart of some of the most pressing issues in arts, culture and beyond with a series of bold, provocative and insightful interviews with disabled artists, key industry figures and the odd legend. The Disability and…Podcast is currently monthly.
 
The purpose of the You First podcast is to discuss the rights of individuals with disabilities, putting your rights first. Hosts Keith Casebonne and Maddie Crowley interview knowledgeable guests, account first-hand experiences, and dive into issues of national and global importance to people with disabilities. This podcast is produced by Disability Rights Florida, a not-for-profit corporation working to protect and advance the rights of Floridians with disabilities through advocacy and educa ...
 
What’s it like to live with a mental health condition, or a disability, or both? How can we make life better for people who face these complex challenges in their lives? Get Real presents frank and fearless conversations about mental health and disability, including people with lived experience, frontline workers in the industry, as well as policy-makers and advocates. Hosted by Robyn Haydon and Karenza Louis-Smith & produced by Emily Webb, on behalf of ermha365 Complex Mental Health and Dis ...
 
This is a safe place where we talk about issues that people with disabilities face every single day. Our hosts, Holly and Michael, bring in experts, policymakers, or people directly impacted to learn more about the issue from their perspective. Every episode leaves you with ideas and opportunities to flex your advocacy muscles. Because it’s up to all of us to make a difference in our own communities. It’s time for us to come together, step up, and share our voices. http://disabilitygarrison.org
 
This podcast explores the issues which impact those with disabilities, sensory needs, autism, and mental health. We follow the achievements of those using Surrey Choices services. Surrey Choices provides support services to improve the independence, confidence and life skills of people with a range of disabilities and support needs, whatever their age, in their local community. https://www.surreychoices.com/ Choices Waves is a vocational project within Surrey Choices, making radio shows and ...
 
The "Grow Bold with Disability" podcast by Feros Care is a podcast that highlights the real stories of people living a bold life with disability. Hosted by writer, editor and disability advocate Tristram Peters and journalist Pete Timbs, this podcast is a space for people to share their stories and have open conversations around disability.
 
Tune in to Parent to Parent's podcast Family, Whanau and Disability. This podcast features interviews with parents, professionals and specialists on disability-related topics, and is a source of information and resources for families and whānau caring for people with disabilities in New Zealand. Discussion topics cover a range of subjects related to disability and special needs, such as inclusive education, supporting someone with special needs, and the challenges and triumphs of living with ...
 
A Podcast for People With A Disability By A Person With A Disability. Disability Talk promotes independence of everyday living from the day-to-day life of people with disabilities. Disability Talk is dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities live independent, self-determined lives. Disability Talk will have guests of every disability as they share their vulnerabilities and stories of their unique disabilities. Also, Disability Talk might speak with guests of a loved one with a disab ...
 
Disability Crosses Borders is a home for the stories where disability, migration and culture meet. Hosted by disabled migrant Áine Kelly-Costello, it centres the lived experience of disabled people as we move between places and cultures. DCB doesn't shy away from conversations about the systemic change needed to truly value disabled lives and dignity. Join us! Find summaries and transcripts at disabilitycrossesborders.com.
 
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.
 
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In this interview, Kate Williams, Director of Advocacy Supports at the Disability Equity Center Disability Equity Center mentions one of their events: Music Meetup Magic Luscious Spirit Sounds at Turn!Turn!Turn! the 1st and 3rd Mondays of the month from 2-4. This event can...De către KBOO Community Radio
 
A month into Prime Minister Liz Truss’s premiership and there’s still no confirmation about who the new Minister of State for Disabled People will be…or is there? Nikki Fox and Emma Tracey do some super sleuthing and present their evidence to Access All listeners. Newly released disability hate crime figures reveal record numbers of incidents. Cass…
 
Let's talk about Voting and Intersectionality in the third episode of our new series, "Your Voice, Your Vote!" In this episode, we talk to Jazlyn Gallego from Vote Riders about intersectionality and how marginalized voters are impacted in the election process. Jazlyn is Voter Riders’ Florida State Outreach Director and Florida Voter ID Coalition Co…
 
The Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council, known as VMIAC is running a pilot project giving consumers of mental health services the opportunity to get education, training and practical learning experience to participate in leadership and governance arrangements across Victoria's transforming mental health system. Our guests for this episode ar…
 
With the midterm elections five weeks away, we spend today’s show looking at voting access for people with disabilities across the country. People with disabilities make up one fifth of the US population, or roughly 66 million people, and yet only 17.7 million people with disabilities voted in this country in 2020. While that was a significant incr…
 
What is FD/MAS? The name of this condition, Fibrous Dysplasia/McCune-Albright syndrome (FD/MAS), can sometimes be confusing. Some people only have affected bones, in which case it might be called FD. When bones and other tissues are affected, it is called MAS. Since both FD and MAS are caused by the exact same gene mutation, and since many people w…
 
Content Warning: Covid As you can probably tell from the episode title, I recently had to deal with Covid. I got off really easy, but not everyone is that lucky. Email badattitudespod@gmail.com Follow @badattitudespod on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Support the pod ko-fi.com/badattitudespod Be sure to leave a rating or review wherever you liste…
 
Episode Notes One of the series that we do on this podcast is asking non-disabled queer people to explore what would happen if they became disabled tomorrow. On this episode, I sit down with Hugh Crothers, Founder of Drip as he considers how his life would change with a disability. We honestly explore how his routines would change; from his morning…
 
This week on the program, John and Tamar discuss the differences in speaking to your insurance company with and without the help of a lawyer, as well as medical examinations prescribed by insurance companies. Plus, Tamar answers some listener emails. Have your question answered next week by posting it on... https://www.mydisabilityquestions.com htt…
 
"Why fit in when you were born to stand out" By Dr. Seuss. In today's episode we are going to talk about what can be holding us back in our life. Could it be our culture or our fears? and how it can affect our family when we are trying to raise a child with special needs. (This podcast will be recorded in English but will include a lot of informati…
 
In this week's episode Jo Ann Simons is joined by Liz Weintraub. Liz is a senior advocacy specialist for the Association of University Centers on Disability and the host of the YouTube series, Tuesdays with Liz-- Disability Policy for All. In 2011, President Barack Obama appointed Liz to serve on the president's committee for people with intellectu…
 
In part one of this episode, Mary and educator Love Wallace discuss the nuances and complexities surrounding intersectionality. They also talk about Love's experiences as a Black, Jewish, disabled woman and why it's difficult to get every part of her identity recognized by some. Love is a disabled Black and Jewish Higher Education administrator and…
 
We would like to thank the Southbank Centre and their staff for their support on this podcast. However, at the time of our event we also learnt that our Associate artist whatsthebigmistry's work The Empire's Old Clothes was cancelled in light of the death of the Queen and we would like to make it clear we strongly disagree with this decision and wo…
 
This episode of the Disability Sport Info show considers the sport participation and physical activity experience of individuals with a physical impairment. Dr Toni Williams, of Durham University, explains the sport participation experiences of physically impaired individuals. We consider some of the enablers and barriers physically impaired people…
 
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