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Complete list of Disability Podcasts - Listen & Review on Goodpods

Uniquely Human: The Podcast

104 Episodes

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Avg Length 60m

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Latest episode 3 days ago

Uniquely Human: the Podcast expands the conversation on autism and neurodiversity by amplifying the voices of autistic individuals and thought leaders in providing insightful, cutting-edge and practical information about the autistic experience. Hosted by Barry Prizant and Dave Finch.
The Parent IEP Lab

154 Episodes

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Avg Length 29m

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Latest episode 4 months ago

Turn into the parent advocate your child needs now by gathering context to how the process and system work so you can ask informed questions of your IEP team and get your child supported in school!! This podcast aims to help you secure an IEP that provides a positive learning environment for your child without having to fight with the school by sharing "insider" information about school and IEP culture along with strategies effective parent advocates use to get what they need for their child! www.TheIEPLab.com The IEP Lab offers: The Ultimate Parent IEP Prep Course to kick IEP meeting stress to the curb by guiding you through narrowing your advocacy focus, writing your vision statment, parent input statement, and teaching you HOW to advocate for the best chance of success! Find out more at https://TheIEPLab.com/COURSE The Parent Advocacy Club is your support option that focuses on ongoing training and support for parent advocates including a monthly themed training, two digital download tools, a live Q&A with Beth, a Parent Connections group hosted by fellow parent advocacy Chellor Crossley, and a private Facebook group -- all for just $24/month! Join at https://TheIEPLab.com/CLUB
Progressively Horrified

315 Episodes

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Avg Length 71m

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Latest episode 3 days ago

A podcast that holds horror to standards horror never agreed to. Hosts Jeremy Whitley, Ben Kahn, Emily Martin and guests watch, read, listen to, and check out movies, tv shows, comics, books, art and anything else from the horror genre and discuss it through a progressive lens. We'll talk feminism in horror, LGBTQ+ issues and representation in horror, racial and social justice in horror, disability and mental health/illness in horror, and the work of female and POC directors, writers, and creators in horror. We're the podcast horror never agreed to take part in.
reWorked: the Workplace Inclusion Podcast

68 Episodes

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Avg Length 31m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

A seismic shift has taken place in the world of work. Workplace culture continues to adapt and respond – as it always has done – to the wider world. Covid turned our working lives upside down; Black Lives Matter and the #MeToo movement challenged and changed our expectations of what a responsible and inclusive business looks and feels like. Society, culture and work now overlap in ways we have not seen before. The reWorked podcast provides a space to explore how business can respond to this complex, and sometimes contested, landscape. We speak to leading thinkers and doers about their ideas for what an inclusive workplace looks like in 2023. Listen below and on all your usual podcast platforms.
Bad Attitudes: An Uninspiring Podcast About Disability

105 Episodes

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Avg Length 12m

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Latest episode 8 hours ago

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 (always) SFW.
Included: The Disability Equity Podcast

43 Episodes

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Avg Length 29m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

A podcast from the Johns Hopkins University Disability Health Research Center that challenges stereotypes of disability by sharing stories, data, and news. Episode transcripts can be found at http://disabilityhealth.jhu.edu/included
Angela Walker In Conversation - Inspirational Interviews, Under-Reported News

30 Episodes

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Avg Length 33m

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Latest episode 1 day ago

For news lovers everywhere. Join former BBC reporter and broadcast journalist Angela Walker as she engages in thought-provoking conversations with inspirational individuals about current affairs and under-reported issues. We examine stories mainstream media don’t cover: issues of social justice and campaigns that aim to improve society and the world we live in. We look at issues around government, climate change, the environment and world around us. In this podcast, we aim to shed light on important topics that often go unnoticed, providing a platform for insightful discussions with our guests.From activists and social entrepreneurs to academics and community leaders, these individuals bring their expertise and experiences to the table. Through their stories, we explore the challenges they have overcome, their motivations, and the lessons they have learned along the way. We examine issues of social justice and campaigns that aim to improve society and the world we live in.If you have an inquiring mind and enjoy BBC Radio 4, The Today Programme, PM, The World At One, Panorama, Despatches, documentaries and interview programmes then this is the place for you.Listen to be inspired and informed.#SocialJustice #CurrentAffairs #humaninterest #Activism #ClimateChange #Environment #Government #InspirationalConversations #CommunityLeaders #ExpertInterviews #Motivation #CampaignsForChange #ThoughtLeadership #InformedListening #PodcastDiscussion #BBCRadio4 #Panorama #Documentaries #InterviewPrograms #InsightfulTalks
Sex Out Loud with Tristan Taormino

157 Episodes

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Avg Length 58m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

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. Tristan also shares her twenty years of experience with honest, sex-positive sex advice for listeners. Excited by sexual pleasure and sexual politics? You’ve come to the right place. This program contains explicit content that may be unsuitable for some listeners.
Disability Talks: Don't Dis My Ability

51 Episodes

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Avg Length 33m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

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 individuals with disabilities live independent, self-determined lives.
Mensje in de Maak

42 Episodes

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Avg Length 61m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

Tamar, een queer cisgender vrouw met een handicap, en Sophie, een queer transgender vrouw, proberen samen een kindje op de wereld te zetten. In de podcast Mensje in de Maak doen ze verslag van hun avonturen in ivf-land. Elke één a twee weken - afhankelijk van de hoeveelheid ivf-actie - nemen ze een aflevering op, en vier weken later verschijnt deze online. Met elkaar en met luisteraars praten ze over ivf-pogingen, hormonen en enge horror-puncties. Maar ze bespreken ook hun ideeën over queer ouderschap, gehandicapt ouderschap en hoe ze hun hopelijk toekomstige kind willen grootbrengen in deze gendernormatieve wereld. Als het nou maar lukt...
The Special Needs Mom Podcast

195 Episodes

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Avg Length 39m

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Latest episode 5 days ago

Think of this podcast as your very own special needs mom support group--except it's helpful and fun! You will leave with the hope that you can have a super happy life even when your life includes parenting a medically complex child or a child with something like autism and ADHD. You likely didn't ask to be the parent of a disabled child or to live portions of your life in the hospital NICU or PICU. Your story is unique; it’s hard to find a place where you belong or where you don't feel so isolated and alone. Your child might have a rare disease, be undiagnosed or experience something that almost everybody has heard of like Downs syndrome yet the weird thing is that whether your child has an intellectual disability or physical disability, the experience as a mother is so similar. So regardless of your child’s disability, we can all find a home in this community.You find yourself managing everybody else's needs; your child, their siblings, and all the guilt that you have about that. All this has you feeling overwhelmed, anxious, and dizzy---not knowing who to turn to or what to do next for help. This podcast is your lifeline, you’ll find encouragement and inspiration as we connect to other moms’ journeys. We’ll get practical and look at what it takes to stop feeling so stuck in your life.You know this podcast is for you if you find yourself googling:Overwhelmed special needs mom helpHow to do self care as a special needs mom?Dealing with anger as a special needs momHow to manage special needs mom burnout and stress?How do I deal with mom's guilt?Help for myself as a special needs momHow do I cope with a disabled child?How do I manage the grief of my medically complex child?How to keep from drowning as a caregiverSupport group for special needs mom or community for caregiversI'm tired of taking care of my special needs childFinding balance between my child’s needs and my own mamas needsRespite and rest for special needs moms
Hope for the Caregiver

803 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 22 hours ago

With Peter Rosenberger
GeriPal - A Geriatrics and Palliative Care Podcast

306 Episodes

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Avg Length 42m

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Latest episode 4 days ago

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. CME available!
AccessAbility Works Podcast

21 Episodes

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Avg Length 66m

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Latest episode 10 months ago

AccessAbility Works is a podcast that explains authentic digital inclusion —ensuring that organizations’ digital offerings, websites, mobile apps, and work environments are accessible and usable to people of all abilities– and why it makes sense in the modern business world. Through interviews with thought leaders and other experts in the business and non-profit world, Albert J. Rizzi and Jonathan Hermus make the case why digital equity is a win/win– both good for business and the right thing to do.
Imagine Otherwise by Ideas on Fire

160 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 11 days ago

A podcast about bridging art, activism, and academia to build more just futures. On each episode, host Cathy Hannabach interviews the scholars, dancers, authors, artists, and filmmakers imagining collective freedom and creating it through culture.
Parenting Impossible – The Special Needs Survival Podcast

122 Episodes

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Avg Length 46m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

Welcome to Parenting Impossible, the podcast dedicated to empowering and supporting the disability community. Hosted by Annette Hines, this podcast was born out of a mission to combat the scattered and sometimes inaccurate information that parents and caregivers of disabled adult children often face.In each episode, we delve into the pressing questions and concerns that weigh on the minds of the entire special needs community including those with autism, intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health issues and more. From navigating the complexities of special needs trusts and planning for the future to addressing the fundamental question of "How will my child be okay when I cannot do this anymore?"—we leave no stone unturned.Attorney Annette Hines is a special needs mom, author of the best-selling book Butterflies and Second Chances, national expert speaker, writer and contributor to publications, and founder of the Special Needs Law Group based In Massachusetts. She shares personal insights and her guests (parents, siblings, and experts and sometimes parents who are experts!) discuss many issues facing the special needs community including raising children with different abilities, transitioning into adulthood, sibling challenges and how to effectively navigate the complex systems in our world. We're not just here to talk; we're here to make a difference.In a society where the disabled and their caregivers are often devalued, Parenting Impossible stands as a beacon of advocacy and support dedicated to giving compassionate advice for all stages of life. Join us as we tackle the challenges, break down barriers, and strive to create a more informed and compassionate world for the disability community. Because when it comes to parenting in the face of impossibility, you're not alone—we're here with you.
Embrace the Blessing

59 Episodes

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 6 months ago

Welcome to the Embrace the Blessing podcast—a source of encouragement and inspiration for parents of children with special needs. Join teacher and seasoned mother of five, Sandy Deppisch, whose youngest is a young adult with Down syndrome, Autism and ADHD as she delves into the joys, challenges, and triumphs of this journey. Each week Sandy chats with moms and dads who truly understand. If you need empowerment and encouragement to keep going, this show is for you. Let's walk the road less traveled together!
Reimagining the Good Life with Amy Julia Becker

148 Episodes

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 13 days ago

A podcast about reimagining the good life through the lens of disability, faith, and culture. Host Amy Julia Becker interviews guests in conversations that challenge assumptions about the good life, proclaim the inherent belovedness of every human being, and help us envision a world of belonging.
Women Don't Do That (WDDT)

156 Episodes

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Avg Length 35m

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Latest episode 13 days ago

Conversations with women who are change-makers and risk-takers. Inspirational and educational content to help you do whatever it is you think you can't do. We cover issues from professional growth, to improving your work life wellbeing (making your life/parenting/career easier), to having difficult conversations on important topics that affect your life (e.g. sexual assult, mom guilt, miscarriage).
Eh Sayers

19 Episodes

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Avg Length 26m

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Latest episode 6 days ago

Listen to the Eh Sayers podcast to meet the people behind the data and explore the stories behind the numbers. Join us as we meet with experts from Statistics Canada and from across the nation to ask and answer the questions that matter to Canadians.
Basic Able

12 Episodes

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Avg Length 26m

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Latest episode 5 years ago

Inspirational podcast about the disabled...PSYCH! Talking about disability issues and community in an aggressively UNbasic way. All of our episodes are filmed so we can caption them, and show off how ridiculously good-looking we are. Transcriptions are available too. Captioned videos available https://vimeo.com/channels/basicable
Parenting Impossible – The Special Needs Survival Podcast

122 Episodes

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Avg Length 46m

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Latest episode 2 months ago

Welcome to Parenting Impossible, the podcast dedicated to empowering and supporting the disability community. Hosted by Annette Hines, this podcast was born out of a mission to combat the scattered and sometimes inaccurate information that parents and caregivers of disabled adult children often face.In each episode, we delve into the pressing questions and concerns that weigh on the minds of the entire special needs community including those with autism, intellectual disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health issues and more. From navigating the complexities of special needs trusts and planning for the future to addressing the fundamental question of "How will my child be okay when I cannot do this anymore?"—we leave no stone unturned.Attorney Annette Hines is a special needs mom, author of the best-selling book Butterflies and Second Chances, national expert speaker, writer and contributor to publications, and founder of the Special Needs Law Group based In Massachusetts. She shares personal insights and her guests (parents, siblings, and experts and sometimes parents who are experts!) discuss many issues facing the special needs community including raising children with different abilities, transitioning into adulthood, sibling challenges and how to effectively navigate the complex systems in our world. We're not just here to talk; we're here to make a difference.In a society where the disabled and their caregivers are often devalued, Parenting Impossible stands as a beacon of advocacy and support dedicated to giving compassionate advice for all stages of life. Join us as we tackle the challenges, break down barriers, and strive to create a more informed and compassionate world for the disability community. Because when it comes to parenting in the face of impossibility, you're not alone—we're here with you.
Neuro Rainbow Cast with Autisticly Aar

44 Episodes

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Avg Length 71m

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Latest episode 7 days ago

A space to hear neurodivergency in colour. Discussing issues that affect the neurodivergent community through shared experiences unmasking neurodivergency. Giving a platform to neurodivergent issues where neurodivergent have power and agency to pitch ideas and speak truth of societal ableism and to make a better world for disabled neurodivergent people.celebrating the umbrella of the colourful spectrum of neurodivergency.Visit www.neurorainbowproject.com and follow @neurorainbowproject on Twitter, TikTok and Facebook, and @NeuroRainbowUKwatch on YouTube.CW: Some episodes may reference triggering topics. episodes that may be triggering are stated in the episode descriptor/This is an Aarow Audio Production Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rachel's Story - Treat me well

7 Episodes

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Avg Length 5m

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Latest episode 5 years ago

Every month, we're releasing episodes of Rachel's Story, our audio drama based off of real experiences of people with a learning disability in hospital. For more information about Treat Me Well, please visit mencap.org.uk/treatmewell Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Keep Rolling with Jake Briggs

55 Episodes

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Avg Length 74m

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Latest episode 21 days ago

Keep Rolling is hitting all sorts of topics from music, sport, disability, aboriginality, technology, the environment, society, culture, comedy, health, reviews and so on.Come along for the ride.Follow and Contact me:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/street_rolling_cheetah/Twitter: https://twitter.com/St_RollCheetahEmail: [email protected]
LOMAH Disability Podcast

177 Episodes

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Avg Length 40m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

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 the way. You will notice a striking difference in the earlier shows compared to the most recent as she has grown and evolved as a result of listening to expert guests and self advocates.
PsychologiCALL

48 Episodes

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Avg Length 21m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

Are you a psychology student, struggling to concentrate on reading papers? A psychology lecturer, trying to mix up your teaching a bit? A teacher or parent who wants to know what's going on in child development research? or maybe a neurodivergent adult reflecting on their youth? If so, welcome to our podcast! We hope these bite-sized, guided tours of recent research papers - via an informal chat with the author - will interest and inform you. The podcast is currently hosted by Louisa (Lou) Thomas, a postdoctoral research assistant in the Centre for Autism at the University of Reading. Each episode is a conversation between Lou, and a fellow academic. Together we discuss one of their recent (or classic) papers relating to child and adolescent development and learning. We don’t have a recording booth or fancy equipment, but this wee bit of brain food should be a nice nutritious snack for a curious mind.
Navigating Life as we Know It

107 Episodes

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Avg Length 55m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

Navigating Live as we Know It seeks to build an educational and entertaining way to help the people around those with Special Needs better find the way to live their best, most self-determined life possible, and how to manage the challenges of the systems
Accepting The Unacceptable, Parenting Autism, Epilepsy, Special Needs

68 Episodes

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Avg Length 51m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

This show is for anyone who is raising a child with neurological differences. Raising a child with autism and epilepsy like my daughter Remy, I have learned quite a few lessons about the special needs world and the evolution of growth as a mom. In this show, we discuss all of it. Parenting, marriage, the autism world, epilepsy world and everything in between. Welcome, I am so glad you stopped by
Joni Eareckson Tada: Sharing Hope

4747 Episodes

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Avg Length 4m

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Latest episode 5 hours ago

Need a spark of joy or a word of encouragement? Listen in for your daily dose of help and hope in Jesus. This four-minute program from Joni Eareckson Tada will inspire you! Your soul will be lifted up and your faith strengthened no matter what trials you may be facing today.
The VIP Pod: The Visually Impaired People Podcast

20 Episodes

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Avg Length 36m

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Latest episode 10 months ago

Welcome to The VIP Pod where we talk to a range of fascinating guests from all walks of life with one thing in common: being visually impaired. Through this series, we hope to raise awareness of the many different conditions that can affect VI people and the amazing ways people adapt and thrive. The VIP Pod Team is made up of Emma Martins, Michael Wordingham, Warren Wilson and Rupert Mountjoy. Do feel free to get in touch with feedback or future guest suggestions by emailing [email protected] Podcast artwork by Jimmy Scofield. Website: www.jimmyscofield.com Contact: [email protected] Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Practical Access Podcast

152 Episodes

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Avg Length 13m

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Latest episode 2 days ago

Dr. Lisa Dieker, a professor at the University of Kansas in the Department of Special Education, and Dr. Rebecca Hines, a professor at the University of Central Florida in the College of Community Innovation and Education, have worked with schools and parents across the country. Dr. Dieker directs a center in the Achievement and Assessment Institute call Flexible Learning through Innovations in Technology in Education (FLITE) and Dr. Hines directs several doctoral grants and the teacher preparation program. In this podcast, they take a fun and informal look at "practical" solutions from teachers, parents, and people with disabilities. The approach in this podcast is to provide fast, flexible thinking about "real" life problems. This podcast is not about the "legal" approach but their best advice from personal and professional experience.
What's Special About Special Podcast

49 Episodes

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Avg Length 55m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Resources, Community and a Judgement Free Zone! A podcast created to bring together parents in the special needs community and give them a safe space to chat and find new resources in a judgement free zone.
Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast

198 Episodes

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Avg Length 29m

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Latest episode 5 months ago

Joni and Friends shares encouraging conversations about finding hope through your hardships, along with practical ways to include people with disabilities in your church and community. We've wrapped season 5, but we'll return with new conversations in 2024!
I Love You Honey Bunny
Thomas Ward and Sherry Jo Ward discuss whatever the fuck they want. Topics include their marriage, her wheelchair, their kids, current events, we'll see. Thomas is a writer and actor. His films include International Falls starring Rachael Harris and Rob Huebel, directed by Amber McGinnis. Sherry is an actor currently performing her solo play Stiff and will be seen in the Hulu show Monsterland in October.
Henson Trusts & Disability Estate Planning with Ken Pope

52 Episodes

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Avg Length 34m

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Latest episode 2 years ago

Audio Library for information Ken Pope has put out to help families who have a child or relative with a disability or special needs, whether in the form of webcasts, radio shows or interviews. In an effort to diversify our resources we’ve created this Podcast channel for people who prefer to tune in and learn while on the go.Common topics include:Disability Estate Planning, Henson Trusts, Powers of Attorney, Guardianship and Substitute Decision Making, ODSP and Tax Credits.
handiham - ham radio for people with disabilities

25 Episodes

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Latest episode 4 years ago

Ham radio for people with disabilities. A weekly podcast from the Courage Handiham System, http://handiham.org. Ham radio topics, including accessible equipment, blind ham radio, events, policy in the Amateur Radio Service, more.
Japan Sport Stories
There is so much more to Japan than Samurai and Sushi! Join hosts Noel and Mike as they chat to Olympians, Paralympians, Sumo Wrestlers, Historians and more to discover the most fascinating, surprising and untold stories from the world of Japanese Sport. The perfect podcast for Japan-fans, sports-fans and just about everyone in between. Web: JapanSportStories.comTwitter: @JSStories
The Shining Beautiful Series Podcast

119 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 7 days ago

Listen to this podcast and discover the power of "Shining Beautiful" in life and in your community. Mikelle is perhaps the only non-verbal podcaster in the world. How does she do it? With technology. Meet Mikelle, who experiences cerebral palsy, her mother, Katherine Carol, and Gretchen Storm, speech therapist, and assistive technology guru. Together they talk about everyday life with a disability, how technology empowers people with disabilities to own their lives. This sassy team of coffee drinking techies interview technology and rehabilitation experts as they sit around the kitchen table at Mikelle's home.
MS Fitness Challenge Podcast
Your source for the best, most inspiring, and up-to-date information concerning all things related to multiple sclerosis (MS), fitness, and health. Get insights from real people who have MS as well as industry experts who understand the disease and how fitness, diet, and wellness all factor into a healthy MS lifestyle. Together we can keep pressing, keep striving, and conquer MS.
The Be My Eyes Podcast

33 Episodes

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Avg Length 51m

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Latest episode 1 year ago

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.
Curveball – The Club you didn't want to be part of

34 Episodes

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Avg Length 45m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

Curveball is a podcast about life's unexpected moments with a black comedy tell-it-like-it-is approach. These late-night chats, hosted by Beth Armstrong, share the nitty-gritty truth from three women as they speak anonymously and frankly of their particular club's lows, surprises misconceptions, and silver linings. No experts, just everyday people with extraordinary stories. How people survive and grow from challenging experiences is the take-away from these intimate, privileged discussions that usually take place behind closed doors.
Perspectives on Neurodiversity

112 Episodes

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Avg Length 29m

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Latest episode 1 month ago

Neurodiverse individuals discuss their experiences and their identities. We will also speak to family members, support providers, experts, and others interested in the Neurodiversity community.
Hope for the Caregiver

803 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 22 hours ago

With Peter Rosenberger
The Disability Divas
Our podcast is for anyone with a child with disabilities - for parents, educators and caregivers. Our goal is to shed light on everything that is part of having or working with a child with a disability and show you how to cope and how to find hope on what can be an emotional and difficult road. Amongst the many topics we'll cover in this podcast, we'll talk about strategies, techniques, problem solving, finding support and advocating for these kids who need it most.
Iron-On Wrestling with Gregory Iron

251 Episodes

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Avg Length 111m

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Latest episode 4 months ago

Gregory Iron -- pro wrestler with cerebral palsy -- and Aaron Bauer -- wrestling commentator, manager, and producer for over 20 years -- talk wrestling, pop culture and life with the brightest names in the business and beyond. New episodes every Wednesday.
The hidden history of learning disability - Audio

2 Episodes

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Avg Length 11m

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Latest episode 14 years ago

How important is oral history in understanding the life of people with learning disabilities? This audio, recorded in July 2009 at the Social History of Learning Disability Conference at The Open University, features people with learning disabilities sharing their experiences first-hand with historians and social researchers on equal terms. The significance of capturing real-life stories through oral history is described by one academic contributor as a way of showing people ‘not as victims but as survivors’, while for another it ‘opens your eyes to corners of social life’. Featuring Professor Dorothy Atkinson of The Open University based Learning Disability History Research Group.
Hope for the Caregiver

802 Episodes

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Avg Length 25m

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Latest episode 12 days ago

With Peter Rosenberger
VoiceOver Getting Started for Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard

12 Episodes

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Avg Length 17m

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Latest episode 15 years ago

This podcast is a spoken recording of the 110-page of Apple’s VoiceOver Getting Started manual for Mac OS X v10.5 “Leopard.” It is organized into twelve episodes representing each of the chapters in the manual. VoiceOver is an accessibility technology built into Mac OS X for the blind and others with visual disabilities. It is a full-featured “screen reader” that speaks audible descriptions of the activities taking place on the computer, including the contents of documents, email, and webpages. It also provides a complete set of keyboard commands you use to control the computer without using the mouse. If you are new to Mac OS X and VoiceOver, Apple highly recommends that you listen to each episode in order. However, if you are already familiar with VoiceOver, you’re invited to skip to any episode that interests you. The contents of this podcast are also available in tagged PDF format, .brf (electronic braille) format, and embossed braille. For more information about these alternative formats, or to send Apple comments and suggestions visit www.apple.com/accessibility or send email to [email protected].
POWER NOT PITY

12 Episodes

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Avg Length 32m

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Latest episode 3 years ago

Welcome to POWER NOT PITY, where we explore the lives of disabled people of color everywhere! Through storytelling, commentary and analysis, the podcast aims to amplify the lived experiences and perspectives of disabled people. In an effort to break down the systemic barriers that keep disabled people of color silenced, this show serves as a vehicle to dismantle ableism with grace, humor and downright determination. So... “What’s your disabled power?”