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Disability After Dark

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Disability After Dark

Cripple & Co Productions

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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.
 
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.
 
Get Real presents frank and fearless conversations about mental health and disability, including people with lived experience, frontline workers in the sector, as well as policymakers and advocates. Get Real is produced and hosted by Emily Webb and co-hosted by Karenza Louis-Smith on behalf of ermha365 Complex Mental Health and Disability Services provider (https://www.ermha.org/).
 
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Disability News

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Disability News

Radio Eye

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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 ...
 
At Disability Rights Arkansas, we are focused on guidance for people with disabilities - navigating your rights, things that help with your everyday life, and navigating the complex systems of how to get the support you need. In this podcast, Including You, we bring that information directly to you, the listener, on things like accessibility questions, career and care, and even the nuances of love life with a disability.Everyone has the right to know their rights, everyone - Including You.
 
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 ...
 
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 Ed Granger. Abilities in Motion is a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit organization dedicated to helping in ...
 
We call ourselves the 4am Mom Club because more nights than not, our kids are awake at 4am. We both have very medical, complicated, rare, beautiful children. This is a podcast for medical and disability mamas (and the people who love them) who are facing a life they never expected. We share hope-filled stories of families, all shapes, colors, sizes and abilities, all in different phases of their medically complex or disabled caregiving journey. When Autumn Comes Podcast is a program of the A ...
 
Frequently families like mine don't know what's available to help us, we're too focused on getting through our day-to-day. But even if we had time, we would need to know what to look for. There had to be a better way, so I started this podcast. It's my mission to introduce a new organization or individual that is serving those with disabilities every week. Does a certain guest resonate with you? Reach out to them. Or, if you'd prefer, I'd be happy to make an introduction. Have an idea or top ...
 
SeizureCare is a weekly podcast by Seizure Support Foundation designed to spark up seizure and epilepsy conversations by broadcasting personal experiences, in-depth interviews and available interventions about seizures and epilepsy especially in children. SeizureCare® is a public enlightenment tool designed to dispell seizure and epilepsy misinformations and discriminations.
 
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 ...
 
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True Tales by Disability Advocates

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True Tales by Disability Advocates

Art Spark Texas, Speaking Advocates Program

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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.
 
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Yarnin Disability

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Yarnin Disability

First Peoples Disability Network (Australia)

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Yarning Disability is a podcast by The First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN) hosted by FPDN Advocate Bernard Namok. In each episode, The Yarning Disability podcast showcases the stories of First Nations peoples living with a disability, their families and carers and other disability industry professionals to highlight the lived experiences of First Nations people with a disability in Australia.
 
The disabilitymatch podcast presented by David Miller discusses a wide range of issues confronting disabled singles in the UK. Guests come from a variety of organisations including charities and the disabled travel sector. Topics include, life in a wheelchair and living with problems such as autism. I summary - it is a disabled living magazine programme.
 
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The Disability Lectures

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The Disability Lectures

Oxford University

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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 ...
 
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.
 
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Family, Whanau and Disability

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Family, Whanau and Disability

Family, Whanau and Disability

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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 ...
 
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.
 
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.
 
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.
 
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Our guest for this episode is Elfy Scott, a Sydney-based journalist whose work has appeared in Buzz Feed Australia, Guardian, The Saturday Paper, Junkee and VICE. Elfy has just released her first book called THE ONE THING WE’VE NEVER SPOKEN ABOUT: EXPOSING OUR UNTOLD MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS. It’s an incredibly engaging and compelling book. part-memoir…
 
On today’s show, we’re joined once again by Dan and Viola Dwyer, creators of the YouTube channel, The Ginchiest. We invited Dan and Viola back to discuss personal care and how they see robotics playing a role.โดย KVMR-FM
 
Annette Hines brings personal experience with special needs to her work as the mother of two daughters, one of whom passed away from Mitochondrial disease in November 2013. This deep personal understanding of raising a child with disabilities fuels her passion for quality special needs planning. Annette knows firsthand just how complex and overwhel…
 
As caregivers we are facing waves all the time. Waves of hope. Waves of grief. Waves of joy. Waves of sadness. Today we are taking five minutes of calm together to ride the waves. Links and resources: Follow Suz: @suzgeoghegan Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/WhenAutumnComesPodcast Follow us on Instagram: @WhenAutumnComesPodcast WAC is a pro…
 
Episode Notes On episode 323, I sit down with disabled actor, writer and producer Teal Sherer. We talk about disabled motherhood, her great show My Gimpy Life, her injury and so much more. She was so cool and fun to sit down with and I hope you enjoy it! Follow Teal here: www.tealsherer.com Follow my work at www.aagurza.com Episode Sponsors: Clone-…
 
This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions about how much your disability policy can cover. Have your question answered next week by posting it on... https://www.mydisabilityquestions.com https://disabilityrights.caโดย AM640
 
In this season 2 bonus episode, Mary sits down with RuPaul's Drag Race season 11 finalist, host of Canada's Drag Race and executive producer/host of 1 Queen, 5 Queers, Brooke Lynn Hytes. The two discuss the differences in perceptions of disability in Canada and the United States, disabled representation in the Drag Race ecosystem and the lack there…
 
Loneliness is part of life and can be difficult to overcome, but Nikki Fox and Emma Tracey come armed with solutions, recognising those solutions are sometimes different for disabled people. Howard Thorpe reveals he flipped his loneliness on its head by setting up events, while Stephen Morris volunteered as a Buddy to help other lonely people with …
 
Our first episode of the new year focuses on our legislative priorities for 2023. Florida's legislative session starts in March, and Disability Rights Florida has been following the conversations around what bills and topics will be featured. Many of these issues can greatly impact the disability community in Florida. That's why we're here to give …
 
Recently the Washington Post and several other newspapers around the country have run stories about the inefficiencies and long delays that are causing terrible suffering for Social Security disability applicants. My guest on today's podcast argues that these long delays and poor service within Social Security are not accidental. He contends that C…
 
Life is about informed decisions. The question is - whose life is affected by those decisions? Whose rights are stripped? In this episode, we are diving deeper into alternatives to guardianship, more specifically, supported decision-making. Today we are joined by self-advocate Jordan Anderson, whose entire life was uniquely impacted by an overnight…
 
Happy New Year! Today we're talking about inclusivity, which is one of Surrey Choices' core values. We talk to Ross about feeling included at work, Jordan and Rob about the LGBT community, and Lucy and Chantelle about inclusive language. We also hear from vocational team staff about how they put inclusivity into practice in their jobs, and special …
 
In this episode, I explore the classification system. I speak with PhD student, Janet Lawson, to understand in detail what classification is, as well as some of the challenges with the classification process. We consider why classification is often a misunderstood process, as well as why it can be source of controversy. Finally, we consider how the…
 
This month, DAO Founding Editor Colin Hambrook chats with Disability Arts Shropshire's (DASH) recently-retired Artistic Director Mike Layward about changes within the visual arts sector that he's observed over his 25 years with DASH.โดย Disability Arts Online and Mind the Gap
 
This is part one of the potty training discourse. In this episode, you will learn strategies of helping your special child potty trained. Learn to "Discover" how your special child learns and "Demonstrate" or model to the child, the behavior you want him/her to learn. Let's get our special children potty/toilet trained!…
 
We're starting off 2023 with the supremely talented writer, actor and producer, Emily Dash. We talk relationships, representation and the powerful medium of storytelling. SHOWNOTES: Emily's work - Groundhog Night short film trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=770hJQKk1x0, I Am Not A Work Of Art short film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzClT…
 
Guest host Emma Wathen interviews Sami Schalk about her new book, Black Disability Politics. Episode Image: Cover of Black Disability Politics by Sami Schalk. The words are a faint yellow color set against a black background, with red horizontal bars above and below the title “Black Disability Politics.” Download mp3 file here. Download pdf transcr…
 
The conclusion of our two-part Mike Schultz series! Mike is a 2x Paralympic Medalist in Snowboard who also created his own brand of prosthetic sporting equipment called BioDapt. Competitors on the biggest world stages use Mike's BioDapt equipment to perform at the highest levels. Listen to the final episode of Mike's conversation with us! Connect w…
 
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