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Socotra talks
1.18 - To Porn or Not To Porn?

Socotra talks

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 58:42


December 1953; Hugh Hefner publishes his 1st Playboy magazine and sells over 50,000 copies whilst becoming an instant sensation. Fast forward to 2022, where more than 28,000 users are watching porn every second & millions are viewing on a daily basis, it's safe to say that porn is the pandemic that has plagued the world. Accessible, affordable and intense - it is unlike anything our previous generations had to face & yet many are reluctant to shed the appropriate light within their communities. In this episode, we try to crackdown on the ongoing impacts of compulsive pornography consumption and discuss the following: - The origins of porn and why we face a battle like no other - Dopamine influx, Hypofrontality and the effects on the brain - Compound effects of sins - Breaking free from the addiction If you enjoy our episodes, please do subscribe on our platforms and give us a review on Apple Podcast/Spotify. Most importantly, tell a friend to tell a friend! Twitter: @SocotraTalks Instagram: @SocotraTalks Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/68TEJRlxbovWiYYPzAJahd Ask us a question on Curious Cat: https://curiouscat.live/SocotraTalks

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी
International Day of People with Disability: Bosses asked to make workplaces more accessible and inclusive

SBS Hindi - SBS हिंदी

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 6:44


International Day of People with a Disability is held on 3 December each year. A new campaign 'Dear Future Boss' has been launched on social media where people living with disability and their peers are penning open letters to employers to describe the future workplaces they want to see. It's hoped the campaign will create more awareness in making workplaces more accessible and inclusive.

WXPR Local Newscast
Charitable contributions tighten up, making natural places accessible, debate over Marathon County mine exploration

WXPR Local Newscast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 6:40


SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке
Bosses asked to make workplaces more accessible and inclusive - Начальников просят сделать рабочие места более доступными и инклюзивными

SBS Russian - SBS на русском языке

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 7:09


A new campaign has been launched on social media where people living with disability and their peers are penning open letters to employers to describe the future workplaces they want to see. It's hoped the 'Dear Future Boss' campaign will create more awareness in making workplaces more accessible and inclusive. - Новая информационная кампания запущена в социальных сетях. К участию в ней призывают людей, живущих с инвалидностью, чтобы они написали открытые письма работодателям с описанием будущих рабочих мест, которые им хотелось бы видеть. Есть надежда, что кампания 'Dear Future Boss' (Уважаемый будущий босс) повысит осведомленность о том, как сделать рабочие места более доступными и инклюзивными.

SBS Macedonian - СБС Македонски
Bosses asked to make workplaces more accessible and inclusive - Од работодавците и шефови се бара работните места да бидат подостапни и поинклузивни

SBS Macedonian - СБС Македонски

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 6:51


A new campaign has been launched on social media where people living with disability and their peers are penning open letters to employers to describe the future workplaces they want to see. It's hoped the 'Dear Future Boss' campaign will create more awareness in making workplaces more accessible and inclusive. - Лансирана е нова кампања на социјалните мрежи каде луѓето кои живеат со попреченост и нивните врсници испраќаат отворени писма до работодавците за да ги опишат идните работни места какви што што сакаат да ги видат. Тоа дава надеж дека кампањата „Драг иден шеф“ ('Dear Future Boss') ќе создаде поголема свест за да ги направи работните места подостапни и поинклузивни.

The Business of Travel
The Dawn of the Employee-Centric Travel Program

The Business of Travel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 22:47


Based on a recent GBTA study, sponsored by Deem, travel managers are challenged with understanding and providing technology solutions for accessible travel. Almost a third of travel managers say their corporate booking tool does a poor job accommodating these travelers and two-thirds say their company does not have clearly defined processes or resources for accessible travel.   Business travelers also report difficulties when booking trips - facing challenges such as vision, cognitive or motor impairments that can make it impossible to use traditional devices and websites effectively.   Join GBTA and Deem's Head of Product Design, April Durrett, as they discuss the latest research and evolving technology design principles, and how that impacts travel for everyone — with or without disabilities.   In this podcast you'll learn how: * Travel managers are feeling about their current accessibility challenges * Travelers with impairments navigate online booking solutions * Accessible technology can encourage policy adoption and boost employee compliance * Creating accessible solutions helps more people travel more confidently * Meeting WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines makes a difference for all of your travelers

Kelly and Company
Full Episode - 1457

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 103:48


Do stress ball have benefits? Grant Hardy discusses in his lifestyle headlines. John Biehler informs us about a massive Twitter data leak, exposing over 5.4 million accounts. The Blind Square app has added a trail in Niagara Falls to make the nature trail accessible for the blind and partially sighted community. Karen Magee has the details. Margrett Weldon joins us for the Friday Buzz. A popular fantasy audiobook series has charmed its way up to a billion hours of listening! Ryan Hooey has the scoop. Let's get to conversation recaps and comment on segments from the past week, on Cut for Time.

Kelly and Company
Popular fantasy audiobook series charmed its way to a billion hours of listening

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 14:10


A popular fantasy audiobook series has charmed its way up to a billion hours of listening! Ryan Hooey has the scoop.

Kelly and Company
New accessible trail in Niagara Falls

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 12:48


The Blind Square app has added a trail in Niagara Falls to make the nature trail accessible for the blind and partially sighted community. Karen Magee has the details.

INNERSIGHT FREEDOM
INNERSIGHT FREEDOM TURN NURSING HOMES INTO ACCESSIBLE HOUSING

INNERSIGHT FREEDOM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 59:00


INNERSIGHT FREEDOM - CONVERT NURSING HOMES INTO ACCESSIBLE HOUSING WHY ARE NURSING HOME OWNERS SO SELFISH?    SUZANNE “SUZ” HOST FRANK PERINO CO-HOST   INNERSIGHT MEANS FREEDOM ADVOCATES FOR THE DISABLED.    

Innovation and Leadership
The most accessible early stage VC investor in New York

Innovation and Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 63:12


Charlie O'Donnell is one of only a dozen individuals to be named to Business Insider's 100 Most Influential People in NY Tech 5x or more. He has been an active member of the NYC startup community for nearly 20 years, with a reputation of being the most accessible early stage investor in New York. Charlies fund, Brooklyn Bridge Ventures, has made over 70 investments since it was founded, making it one of the most active funds investing in pre-seed and seed rounds in the city. Notable First Round's investments include:  GroupMe (acq. by Skype),  SinglePlatform (acq. by Constant Contact),  Moat (acq. by Oracle) and  Backupify (acq. by Datto) He served on the founding board of the New York Tech Meetup and is one of the group's first 100 members. His blog, This is Going to Be BIG!, is one of the ten most widely read VC blogs in the country. He has spoken at SXSW and Techcrunch Disrupt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio
New Accessible Pool in Prince George, B.C.

Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 9:53


The B.C. government has decided to scrap their plan to eliminate funding for children with Autism. Sylvi Fekete fills you in on the story. She also tells you about the town of Prince George's new and accessible pool for people with disabilities. From the December 1, 2022 episode.

Alex & Annie: The Real Women of Vacation Rentals
Simon Says: The Vacation Rental Industry Needs More Accessible Properties, Plus End of Year Wrap-up

Alex & Annie: The Real Women of Vacation Rentals

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 48:43


It's the 1st of the Month! Tune in as we recap the previous month and look ahead to the next, discussing  industry trends, pacing, events and more. Simon Lehmann of AJL Consulting joins us each month for "Simon Says", where we discuss the latest hot-button issue facing the vacation rental  and short term rental industry. We re-cap our first month in our new positions with Casago and Homes & Villas by Marriott, along with recent vacation rental headlines from Track, Rented, Lexicon and Texas's advocacy group. We also share a review from our good friend Matt Durrette - big thanks Matt and best wishes for the new year to  him and his team at Cozi Vacation Rentals!Simon Says: The Vacation Rental Industry Needs More Accessible PropertiesSimon invited Rosemarie Rossetti to join us today for a discussion on the need for more accessible vacation rentals. Some OTAs have added Accessible as an amenity choice, but as Rosemarie points out, often it's way too late in the booking process - which creates a great deal of frustration for the millions of guests searching for rentals that can accommodate them. CONTACT SIMON LEHMANNLinkedInAJL AtelierCONTACT ROSEMARIE ROSSETTI UDLL.com rosemarie@rosemariespeaks.comCONTACT ALEX & ANNIEAlexandAnniePodcast.comLinkedIn | Facebook | InstagramAlex Husner - LinkedinAnnie Holcombe - LinkedinPodcast Sponsored by AJL Atelier

Making Marketing
'These kinds of tech solutions really have to be for the less affluent': Voyage Foods CEO on making food alternatives accessible

Making Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 37:41


Voyage Foods envisions a world where the most popular food products aren't reliant on their source ingredients. And it believes business-to-business is the best way to reach its lofty goals. The company, which is only a couple of years old, currently makes peanut-free peanut butter spread, cocoa-free chocolate and coffee-free coffee. The idea is that these are some of the most popular foods in the world, but they all carry their own allergen, environmental and political baggage. CEO Adam Maxwell joined the Modern Retail Podcast this week and spoke about Voyage's trajectory. Voyage is different from other brands for a few reasons. For one, it isn't targeting wealthy consumers looking for food alternatives. Instead, it is making competitively-priced products in the hopes that it can reach the masses. "The people who need food tech and these kinds of food tech solutions aren't rich white people in San Francisco or New York City," Maxwell said. "It's the parts of the world that can't afford the real thing." That is, cocoa and coffee are expensive commodities and Voyage thinks it can replicate its flavor more cheaply. Voyage first started out online, but just launched in Sprouts supermarkets a few weeks ago, and is hoping to continue expanding its retail footprint. But Maxwell said the real business plan is to focus on B-to-B. He hopes to partner with large CPG brands who want to expand their flavor offerings in more sustainable and allergen-friendly ways. For example, an ice cream company could partner with Voyage on a peanut-flavored ice cream that people with peanut allergies can enjoy. Grocery, he said, is a way to initially build the brand. "Retail is a small function of what this business will be," he explained. "It's the easiest, fastest way to get to market." The company is still small -- it raised a $36 million Series A last May. But it hopes to ink key partnerships to continue its growth in the coming hear, with the plan to become a CPG powerhouse. "We're bringing our next facility online, around this time next year," he said. "We'll have around 100 million pounds of annual capacity."

Kelly and Company
Roundtable - Sylvi Fekete

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 17:47


Today's Roundtable guest is Sylvi Fekete, AMI Content Development Specialist in Vancouver.

Kwadrans na angielski
KNA: Lekcja 233 (niepełnosprawność wzrokowa)

Kwadrans na angielski

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 20:44


Z 233. lekcji Kwadransu na angielski dowiesz się jak poprawnie mówić o osobach z niepełnosprawnością po angielsku oraz poznasz wyrażenia związane z opisywaniem niepełnosprawności wzrokowej.-----------------------------Rozdziały w tym odcinku:(00:00) Intro(00:40) Uwagi wstępne(01:31 ) Niepełnosprawność(02:03) Person first, Identity first(05:04) Stopnie niepełnosprawności(05:31) Których wyrazów unikać(07:30) Dostępność(10:12) Niewidomi(15:09) Pomoce(19:31) Outro -------------------------Jeżeli doceniasz moją pracę nad podcastem, to zostań Patronem KNA dzięki stronie www.patronite.pl/kwadrans. Nie wiesz czym jest Patronite? Posłuchaj specjalnego odcinka: https://kwadransnaangielski.pl/wsparcieDołącz do naszej społeczności na stronie www.KwadransNaAngielski.plLekcji możesz słuchać na Spotify albo oglądać na YouTube.Wszystkie nowe wyrażenia z tej lekcji w formie pisemnej są dostępne na stronie www.kwadransnaangielski.pl/233#polskipodcast

Kelly and Company
AEBC's upcoming International Day of Persons with Disabilities event

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 14:32


We chat with Minette Samaroo from Alliance for the Equality of Blind Canadians, about their upcoming virtual event for International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

Kelly and Company
Full Episode - 1456

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 103:02


Michael Feir gives us his review of Evidence 111, where you can play as Chief Inspector Alice Wells in a debut interactive audio game from a brand new developer. Fern Lulham shares the story of John McFall, a man whose ambitions are out of this world. We chat with choreographer Tatiana Stepanova about an upcoming performance of The Nutcracker, presented by Toronto International Ballet Theatre. It's the Thursday Buzz with Bill Shackleton. Today's Roundtable guest is Sylvi Fekete, AMI Content Development Specialist in Vancouver.

Wilde & Tausch
9AM: Accessible Bathroom IPT

Wilde & Tausch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 50:31


Tausch starts the show with a quick recap of his night at the Wisconsin basketball game, followed by a question from his time off last week asking if it's "In Poor Taste" or not to use the handicap-accessible stall in a bathroom? Also, Aaron Rodgers is all about "competitive greatness" when saying he wants to play against the Bears this weekend. What does that mean? And is it the right move?

Drivetime with DeRusha
Making ballet accessible

Drivetime with DeRusha

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 7:52


Jason talked with Zoe Henrot, artistic director for the Ballet CoLab about their performances and classes. 

SBS World News Radio
Bosses asked to make workplaces more accessible and inclusive

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 4:21


A new campaign has been launched on social media where people living with disability and their peers are penning open letters to employers to describe the future workplaces they want to see. It's hoped the 'Dear Future Boss' campaign will create more awareness in making workplaces more accessible and inclusive.

Kelly and Company
Full Episode - 1455

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 103:22


How much water do you need to drink in a day? Grant Hardy dives into this question in his Health Headlines. Holiday Television programming is here! Greg David stops by with a guide on when to check out all your favourites. Ryan Delehanty brings us Christmas Gift ideas for book lovers, featuring works by authors with disabilities in Atlantic Canada. It's the Wednesday edition of Buzz With Bill with Producer Bill Shackleton! We chat with dancer and choreographer Alexandra ‘Spicey' Landé, telling us about IN-WARD, a unique dance experience taking place this Friday and Saturday at the Harbour Front Centre Theatre in Toronto. Mary Mammoliti brings us her Holiday Foodie Gift Guide, packed with suggestions of the savoury, sweet, spicy, and drink variety.

Kelly and Company
Holiday Foodie Gift Guide

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 18:09


Mary Mammoliti brings us her Holiday Foodie Gift Guide, packed with suggestions of the savoury, sweet, spicy, and drink variety.

Soundside
Hear it again: Most sidewalks in WA are not accessible

Soundside

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 15:17


A report by the Seattle Times looked at the infrastructure of 30 Washington state jurisdictions. In all of those cities and counties, less than half of the roads and sidewalks complied with ADA standards.

Kelly and Company
Full Episode - 1454

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 104:09


How do we know when our pet skipping a meal is a problem? Dr. Danielle Jongkind talks with us about the ins and outs of our pets' appetite. On our wellness chat, Frances Wong shares how you can use mindful eating to help manage your eating habits. We chat with Connect 4 Life Founder Melanie Taddeo. About her new and exciting adventures. Community Reporter Julie Martin highlights the International Blind Café-Facebook group, started recently by a fellow in Winnipeg. We chat with Rhonda Solomon, PhD student at the University of Toronto, about her research on public toilet provisions for people with disabilities. On our Book Club, we review The Diamond Eye, by Kate Quinn, with the recommender of the novel, Julie Martin.

Kelly and Company
Book Club - The Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn

Kelly and Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 16:53


On our Book Club, we review The Diamond Eye, by Kate Quinn, with the recommender of the novel, Julie Martin.

Secret 2 My Success
Secret 2 My Success Episode 55 -- Paul Mazzafaro the Trophy Guy and and Ali Mandsaurwala of Accessible Home HealthCare of Aventura

Secret 2 My Success

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 54:51


Paul Mazzafaro  - Grew up in East Hartford, CTFrom Marine Corps Officer Training during college, Paul went into the Sporting Goods business. He started a trophy division, and made more in two months in trophies than he did in a year in Sporting Goods. He opened a store, and expanded. He sold not only trophies, but anything you could put your name on. He sold the business, and went on to do pharmaceutical sales. Paul did very well, but it wasn't what he liked to do, so he packed up, moved to Florida, went into Commercial Real Estate, and quickly did well. He also got into business brokerage. After a long, circuitous trip, he started Same Day Awards. Paul got a beautiful website, and had some serious problems with the site functionality because the offshore company that developed the site didn't build it correctly. He had a local company analyze the site, and had to get an entirely new web site. The business now is thriving and the company employs about two dozen employees. He's built the business to a big concern in about six to seven years. He calls his company "a logistics company that happens to sell trophies." Website: www.samedayawards.com, orderfastawards.comPhone: 866-588-3605E-mail: paul@samedayawards.com - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * - * -Ali Mandsaurwala - President at Accessible Home HealthCare of Aventura and Livefree Crossfit Ali went to high school in Miami and attended medical school at Universidad Iberoamericana where he obtained his M.D. He went into Home HealthCare. Ali calls himself a member of a "dying breed" -- those people who go out of their way to protect and serve their clientele. He has a very thorough applications process. There are prerequisites involving certifications, experience, academic accomplishments. They're hiring now, because there is a healthy level of turnover in the Home HealthCare arena. Their mission is to provide the home care they would want for their own families.They say: "Your loved one should be able to stay in the home they know while getting the best home care available. Accessible Home Health Care was founded on a mission, and we've never lost sight of our passion for quality in home assistance. When you use our home care services, you work closely with people who care about your family as much as you do."Address: 15251 NE 18th Ave., Ste 9, North Miami Beach, FL 33161Website: accessiblehomehealthcare.com/aventura-fl/Phone: 305-627-3103E-mail: alim@ahhcaventura.comSupport the show

Songs for the Struggling Artist
Making Shakespeare Accessible

Songs for the Struggling Artist

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 20:36


In an interview about my work in Shakespeare education, I was asked what we did to make Shakespeare accessible to the students. I couldn't help but laugh. To me, it's like asking, “How do we make hip hop accessible to the students? How do we make Marvel movies accessible?” You don't have to make Shakespeare accessible. It just is. Does everyone love it? Nope. That's ok. Not everyone loves Marvel movies either, believe it or not. But put a really fantastic Shakespeare play in front of students and they're just as likely, if not more likely, to enjoy it, as a fancy grown-up crowd would. To read more of Making Shakespeare Accessible visit the Songs for the Struggling Artist blog. This is Episode 330 Song: Potter's Wheel Image via the British Library Me on Mastodon - @erainbowd@podvibes.co Me on Hive - @erainbowd To support this podcast: Give it 5 stars in Apple Podcasts. Write a nice review! Rate it wherever you listen or via: https://ratethispodcast.com/strugglingartist Join my mailing list: www.emilyrainbowdavis.com/ Like the blog/show on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SongsfortheStrugglingArtist/ Support me on Patreon: www.patreon.com/emilyrdavis Or buy me a coffee on Kofi: http://ko-fi.com/emilyrainbowdavis or PayPal me: https://www.paypal.me/strugglingartist Follow me on Twitter @erainbowd Instagram and Pinterest Tell a friend! Listen to The Dragoning here (it's my audio drama) and support via Ko-fi here: https://ko-fi.com/messengertheatrecompany As ever, I am yours, Emily Rainbow Davis

La France bouge - Elisabeth Assayag
BeSMart-Edu, la prépa scientifique en ligne, accessible à tous

La France bouge - Elisabeth Assayag

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 15:52


Du lundi au vendredi, dans Demain au travail, un responsable d'entreprise raconte au micro d'Europe 1 une innovation mise en place au sein de son entreprise pour le bien-être de ses salariés. 

Ummahpreneur Live
#110 Making Pilgrimage More Accessible Through Tech Disruption w/ Salman Arain

Ummahpreneur Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 43:15


Salam Arain is the ceo and founder of Umrah Companions powered by Funadiq.com. Umrah Companions helps you build Do-It-Yourself travel plans to Mecca and Madinah and ensure your Umrah Pilgrimage is an unforgettable, smooth experience. Their mission is to make the Muslim pilgrimage journey to Mecca for Umrah liberating, seamless and facilitate Umrah for Muslims everywhere! In this episode, we talk about what sparked the idea behind Umrah Companions and Funadiq, what it takes to be a great leader and CEO, an approach to management and company structure that's never been done before, and ultimately the benefits of putting people first in business. Connect with Salman Arain: https://umrahcompanions.com https://www.instagram.com/umrahcompanion — CONNECT WITH UMMAHPRENEUR — Follow Ummahpreneur on Instagram Subscribe To Ummahpreneur's Youtube Channel

Kove Kast
Accessible Tech Gift Guide 2022

Kove Kast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 10:10


on this episode of The Kove - Accessible Tech, Yessie shares her list of accessible tech-related gifts for people who are blind or visually impaired. There are items at different price points, so hopefully you'll find something on this list for yourself or someone you love. Thanks for listening! Related TikTok Videos: Accessible Tech Gift Guide 2021  Accessible Tech Gift Guide 2022  Accessible Tech Gift Guide 2022: Recommended items are linked to get you started, but alternatives to these products do exist and are great too. Buy what meets your needs, or the needs of the person you're giving the item. Smart Bulbs (like Philips Hue) Light Strips (like this Onvis HomeKit Light Strip) Apple AirTags or any Item Tracker Apple AirTag Remote Case Motion Sensing Lights Smart Plugs (like the Eve Energy)  Apple TV 4K  Soma Tilt 2 SwitchBot Curtin  Apple AirPods Pro 2  Apple Watch SE  Check out The Kove Tech Blog for more, and check out The Kove - Accessible Tech Linktree for all of our links! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kovetech/support

Accessible Housing Matters
Innovation, Independence, and Integration – How a Non-Profit in Maine is Creating a New Paradigm in Accessible Housing

Accessible Housing Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 27:53


Have you ever wondered what you need to create inclusive, innovative & integrated accessible housing?  In this episode, Paul Linet introduces 3i HoME and talks about their upcoming affordable and accessible housing project. He stresses how there's a dearth of accessible housing that meets the needs of people with mobility impairments and other disabilities. Paul digs deep into the challenges that are involved in creating accessible housing, and how you can help make this issue a priority. Let's dive in! Following decades of practice as an international trade attorney, in 2019 Paul Linet founded 3i Housing of Maine ("3i HoME") a 501c3 non-profit at the intersection of health care and stable affordable supportive housing for people with disabilities. 3i HoME is developing a universally designed, totally accessible apartment complex centered around the 3i's:  Independent living through Innovative technology in an Integrated home and community-based setting with person-centered, coordinated services.   Key Highlights: [00:01 - 04:45] Opening Segment How Paul ended up creating 3i Housing of Maine Building affordable and accessible housing in Maine Independent living through Innovative technology in an Integrated home and community Work with the local community members to ensure a project is sensitive to their needs and interests [04:46 - 09:51] Innovation, Independence, and Integration  The development of a community for people with physical disabilities How 3i is working with a nationwide affordable housing organization to make it accessible One of the principles of the development is that it is no age restriction and that people can age in place Individual units will have technology solutions to address specific needs [09:52 - 14:58] Creating a New Paradigm in Accessible Housing How Paul installed a  lift system to make it easier for her wife to move around the apartment What inclusive design means Integrating a service coordination function so that people have more options and less burden How the community is accessible to social environments  [14:59 - 20:07] Building a Community for All The need for accessible and affordable housing, and how this is a worldwide issue Are there enough accessible housing projects going on for people with disabilities? There is a dearth of accessible housing that will meet the needs of people with disabilities [20:08 - 27:52] Closing Segment How accessible housing can help to break down barriers between different communities It is important to help people with disabilities live in the community and with their families Want to connect with Paul? Head to 3i Home, independent, innovative & integrated supportive housing! Key Quotes: "Our effort is now to really weave together some of the social determinants of health so that we can demonstrate that a better healthcare outcome will occur for our residents who are folks with physical disabilities." - Paul Linet "Technology is one of the ways that can be braided together to enable people to exercise their right to live under circumstances that they choose" - Paul Linet Please check out videos of many of the podcast episodes on my YouTube channel: Accessible Housing Matters, To learn more, share feedback, or share guest ideas, please visit my website, or contact me on Facebook and Twitter. Like what you've heard? Please review us! That helps let other people know about the podcast. Accessible Housing Matters is dedicated to raising awareness about important issues around accessibility and housing, and getting conversations going. I'd love to learn more about what's on your mind and get your feedback about the show. Contact me directly at stephen@accessiblehousingmatters.com to share your thoughts or arrange a call.

Gist Healthcare Daily
Encore: One orthopedic surgeon's quest to make care more accessible to the Black community

Gist Healthcare Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 11:39


There are significant disparities along racial lines in the orthopedic speciality field. Black patients are 30% less likely to undergo total hip and knee replacements compared to white patients, even though rates of arthritis remain close to the same between the two groups. And those racial disparities extend to the field of orthopedic surgeons with fewer than 2% of Black orthopedic physicians practicing in the United States. On today's episode, we replay our conversation with Dr. Alonzo Sexton--co-founder and CEO of ATL Orthopedics. He joined Gist Healthcare Daily to talk more about his private practice and how it makes orthopedic care more accessible to an underserved community. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Feminine Frequency Podcast
241. Stefanos Sifandos: Healing Your Past to Cultivate Healthy Romantic Relationships

Feminine Frequency Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 35:51


In this episode, I'm joined by relationship coach and entrepreneur Stefanos Sifandos to discuss cultivating deep intimacy, interrupting toxic patterns, and holding space for healing. Stefanos describes the transformation he went through when he started doing the inner work and looking at relationships from a conscious lens. Since embarking on that journey, Stefanos has manifested a really powerful relationship with his now wife, Christine Hassler (who you might remember from episode 200). He shares his advice for how to get started with healing in non-judgmental and compassionate spaces. In our conversation, Stefanos illustrates how acting from a place of anxious attachment impacts the desire for intimacy and closeness within a relationship. He highlights the awareness and courage that's required to break free from these patterns and build a relationship from a place of honesty and vulnerability. Stefanos also offers resources for embarking on inner-child healing work, including his course with Christine and their immersive breathwork experience. Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pocket Casts, Radio Public, or on your favorite podcast platform. Topics Covered: Recognizing the protective patterns of our ego What it really means to hold space The best way to inspire or motivate your partner to do the inner work Opening yourself up for more mystery, creativity, and flow Accessible modalities for starting your healing journey Guest Info: Learn more about Stefanos' offerings Follow Stefanos on Instagram Special Offer: Free Workshop: Ignite Your Soul Calling in 2023 Free Gift: Empowered Feminine Morning Ritual Follow Me: Find me on Instagram Visit my website Join The Empowered Feminine Facebook Group

The How to Do Marketing Show
How to make your marketing documents more accessible

The How to Do Marketing Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 35:26


Did you know that in Australia, over 13 million people have one or more chronic (long-term) eye conditions? And that over 575,000 are blind or vision impaired in Australia alone. I certainly didn't. And I'm embarrassed to admit that until I met Kathryn Collins, a graphic designer that specialises in creating accessible documents (and the 2nd person in Australia to recently qualified as an Accessible Document Specialist with the International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP), I had never really spared a thought about the importance of making marketing material more accessible., I had never really spared a thought about the importance of making marketing material more accessible. In this episode, Kathryn talks about what document accessibility is and how we can all start to make our communications more inclusive. If you are interested in checking out the Website Content Accessibility Guidelines – you can see them here: https://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG21/ Also, if you want to make your Word docs more accessible, if you are using a Mac, you will see a big button that says ‘Check Accessibility' in the tool bar in when you are in the ‘Review' tab. If you'd like to find out more about Kathryn's business; KC and the Graphics Bandwagon, visit: kcandthegraphicsbandwagon.com.au/ (you can also sign up for her fab newsletter here too.) If you'd like to connect with Kathryn on LinkedIn – you'll find her here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kathryn-collins-4375a516/ About Jane Hillsdon I'm a passionate award-winning marketer dedicated to helping small business owners make good decisions about their marketing. I am the founder and CEO of a marketing agency called Dragonfly Marketing PLUS the founder of the How to do Marketing Academy.  I'm also the author of How To Do Marketing – A Comprehensive Guide For Small Business.  It's my mission to ensure that marketing is on the agenda for every regionally based small business in Australia. Why? Because I know that when marketing is done properly, it can help your business grow. On the marketing front, I am a Certified Practicing Marketer (CPM), a member of the Australian Marketing Institute (AMI) NSW Committee and a head judge for the AMI Awards for Excellence. I was awarded the Small Budget Marketing Award at the AMI Awards for Marketing Excellence in 2017, 2018 and 2019.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crazy Wisdom
What are the downsides of having everything become easily accessible? - Noah Kumin (Mars Review of Books)

Crazy Wisdom

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 53:51


Noah Kumin Editor In Chief of the Mars Review of Books, publish at machinewar.substack.com ~librex-dozryc on Urbit What is the mars review of books? What is the relationship between collapse and urbit? How did you get involved with Urbit? What are the downsides of having everything become easily accessible? Do you think that Urbit will take all the good parts of the old web but keep the beauty of decentralization? What are the data storage aspects of urbit? Why is it confusing when people say Urbit is like your own computer? Why were computers originally people instead of machines? Will Mars Review of Books get into hosting planets or is it already do it? What is the relationship between Tirrell and Mars Reviews of Books? What is eternal September? The only people who were getting  What would a university look like for Urbit? Why is it that when people learn norms, things become boring for divergent people? How did Scientism creep into the Silicon Valley industry, and how did that affect the current online networks? In what ways is the development of Urbit centralized like Ethereum development is? Urbit's value is that there is no spam whatsoever What is the future of print in the age of post-internetism? Print allows for blockchain like verifiiability  A bit of something like a vinyl trend for print books What is the future of serious literature in the age of internet? What is the diversion value of VR-porn? How about Nuclear Fusion? Can man live on VR-porn alone? If you don't give a young kid a smartphone are you weakening their virtual immune system? What does it mean to outsource your intelligence to the crowd? Why is that becoming an insider in a fragile society requires so much BS?

Agency Intelligence
Digital Insurance Pint: Quotey CEO Nick Kidd – Commercial Insurance Made More Accessible, No Kidding Around!

Agency Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 39:09


In this episode, the DIPP crew speaks with Nick Kidd, CEO & Co-Founder of Quotey, about his journey from AXA to CEO of April Canada to leading all things commercial at Mitchell & Whale, the pain of manuals and comparative rating in commercial insurance quoting and how he believes Quotey has the potential to transform the insurance industry and be the preferred digital platform of choice in commercial lines. Nick discusses how commercial insurance “is an awful beast to work in” and why that led to him creating Quotey – a platform built by brokers for brokers. With Quotey, Nick says that brokers can complete client applications in as little as 10 minutes. They'll then receive multiple insurer quotes in seconds. Yes, we said seconds.  Grab yourself a pint and learn all about Quotey, Steve's “say no to portals” movement and a whole bunch more in our first episode of season three. Resources: Tom Reid Jeff Roy Steve Earle Adam Mitchell Digital Insurance Pint Podcast

Naturally Adventurous
S3E17: Australia highlights with Charley & Jerry Conolly

Naturally Adventurous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 43:53


Charley & Jerry Connolly cover highlights from their recent Australia trip. The Audubon Shop Birder Supplies, Birdwatching Supplies, Madison, CT If you wish to support this podcast, please visit our Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/naturallyadventurous?fan_landing=true Marc Anderson, XC524669. Accessible at www.xeno-canto.org/524669. License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Feel free to contact us at: cfchesse@gmail.com or ken.behrens@gmail.com Naturally Adventurous Podcast Travel Nature Adventure Birding --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-behrens/message

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan
Wheelchair accessible garden tours

RNZ: Afternoons with Jesse Mulligan

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 11:56


Being wheelchair friendly isn't always a consideration on a garden tour but it's something organisers of this weekend's Auckland Garden DesignFest are out to change.  Debbie Hardy is the Chief Organiser of Garden DesignFest.

Grad School Femtoring
165: Mental Health Awareness for First-Gen Students and Professionals with Dra Lisette Sanchez

Grad School Femtoring

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 54:04


This week our special guest is Dra. Lisette Sanchez who discusses the topic of mental health awareness for first-gen students and professionals. Dra. Lisette is a bilingual and bicultural licensed psychologist, coach, and speaker. She is the founder of Calathea Wellness, a virtual practice providing individual therapy, coaching, and speaking services. In addition, she has a passion for working with BIPOC folks and first-generation professionals. In this episode we cover: - Her background growing up in an immigrant working class household in the San Fernando Valley and her early awareness of the field due to seeing a child psychologist - What is mental health awareness and how it relates to first-gen BIPOC students and professionals? - The differences between imposter syndrome and imposter phenomenon - Accessible tips for how to manage your mental health during the holiday season - And words of advice for those currently struggling with their mental health You can connect with Dra. Lisette here: On Instagram and Twitter @Dr.LisetteSanchez And via her website: www.CalatheaWellness.com Liked what you heard? Then join my exclusive Grad School Femtee community on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/gradschoolfemtoring Sign up for my newsletter to learn more about grad school, sustainable productivity, and personal development: https://creative-trailblazer-5062.ck.page/gradschoolfemtoring Get my free 15-page Grad School Femtoring Resource Kit here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/kit/ Want to learn how to work with me? Get started here: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com/services/ For this and more, go to: https://gradschoolfemtoring.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gradschoolfemtoring/message

The Defiant
Saga's Bogdan Alexandrescu on Making Web3 More Accessible to Builders

The Defiant

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 60:58


This week on The Defiant Podcast, Tegan Kline speaks with Bogdan Alexandrescu, co-founder and VP of Engineering at SAGA. SAGA is focused on lowering the barrier of entry for building in Web3 so that developers can spin up a blockchain in a single click, and the company places emphasis on the metaverse. In this conversation, we dive deep into Bogdan's departure from Apple after six years to work full-time in crypto, any advice that he has for anyone looking to make a similar switch, what the metaverse is, more about SAGA, and the current innovator program they're running.

God Be Crazy
Peek-a-boo, God is accessible to you

God Be Crazy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 25:05


Over and over we are invited into the presence of God. He tells us He is always available. This episode reminds us that when Jesus died on the cross for us and the veil was torn, He opened a direct line of communication between us and the Creator of the world, God the Father. Through Jesus we are granted grace. We can take our needs straight to the throne. He continually invites us into a deeper relationship with Him. We invite you to sit with God, where you find Him, and ask Him to meet you where you are. If you let Him, you too will experience His tangible presence. Book of 365 devotions: I Hear His Whisper: Encountering God's Heart for You by Dr. Brian Simmons and Gretchen Rodriguez. Luke 23:-44-46 It was now about noon, and darkness came over the whole land until three in the afternoon, for the sun stopped shining. And the curtain of the temple was torn in two. Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” When he had said this, he breathed his last. Heb 10:19-23 Therefore, brothers and sisters, since we have confidence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way opened for us through the curtain, that is, his body, and since we have a great priest over the house of God, let us draw near to God with a sincere heart and with the full assurance that faith brings, having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience and having our bodies washed with pure water. Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful. John 14:6 “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No man comes to the Father, but through me.” Ephesians 3:12 In him and through faith in him we may approach God with freedom and confidence. Ephesians 2:18 For through him we both have access to the Father by one Spirit. For Q&A and discussion about this and other episodes, follow us on Instagram: Http://www.instagram.com/godbecrazyHttp://www.instagram.com/counselor_on_callHttp://www.instagram.com/kikkipenneyOr email us at godbecrazypodcast@gmail.com

Globetrotters Podcast
#33 Making The Outdoors Accessible - With Cris Hazzard "The Hiking Guy"

Globetrotters Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 45:40


Cris Hazzard, aka "Hiking Guy" is a professional hiking guide and author. His goal? To make hiking simple, easy, and safe. In this interview, we discuss what prompts people to avoid the outdoors, how to make nature accessible, and his approach on writing guides and what he hopes people can learn from them.

The Success Journey Show
EP 166 | BenchMade Modern: Custom and Accessible Furniture | w/ Edgar Blazona

The Success Journey Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 58:46


Edgar Blazona is a modernist American furniture designer and founder of the wildly popular DTC sofa brand BenchMade Modern. A high school dropout turned graffiti artist turned serial entrepreneur, Edgar got his start in the furniture industry because of need: he was young and broke, and his first apartment didn't have any furniture. Thus, he taught himself how to build some. Along with starting several (!) of his own companies, including Modular Dwellings – a prefab backyard shelter company, Edgar also sharpened his skills in the corporate world at Pottery Barn and Restoration Hardware. As he saw customers accustomed to waiting three months (and more!) for sofas and sectionals that realistically take only a few weeks to make, he realized there must be a better way and founded BenchMade Modern in 2015 to disrupt this norm. Guest Links Website: https://benchmademodern.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/edgar-blazona-9484351 Instagram: @benchmademodern Twitter: @edgarblazona SJS Website: Thesuccessjourneyshow.com Facebook: @successjourneyshow Instagram: @successjourneyshow Twitter: @success_show TikTok: @thesuccessjourneyshow

Reimagining Love
We All Deserve Support: Making Therapy Accessible & Healing from Heartbreak with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford

Reimagining Love

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 48:04


Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, founder & CEO of Therapy for Black Girls, joins Dr. Solomon to discuss her mission to make mental health topics more relevant and accessible for Black women. They also discuss what to look for in a new therapist, the personal growth that comes from breakups and new beginnings, and a listener question from a single mom who's struggling with FOMO. Therapy for Black Girls (including the online therapist directory):https://therapyforblackgirls.com/Dr. Joy's website:https://hellodrjoy.com/Therapy for Black Girls Podcast:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/therapy-for-black-girls/id1223803641Subscribe to Dr. Solomon's Newsletter:https://dralexandrasolomon.com/subscribe/Submit a Listener Question:https://form.jotform.com/212295995939274Take Dr. Solomon's "Relationship Superpower" Quiz:https://dralexandrasolomon.com/rsa-quiz/ Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Vint Podcast
Ep. 51: Wine For Thanksgiving and the Internet's Most Accessible Wine Content, with Vince Anter

The Vint Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 58:38


In this episode of the Vint Podcast,  Brady and Billy chat with Vince Anter, the producer and host of V is for Vino, a fast-growing wine education web/tv show for wine education, travel, and food experiences. Vince is a Certified Sommelier and musician with a passion for making great food and wine content accessible for more people. He has quickly grown his online presence with features on Fox, CBS, and Amazon Prime to name a few. Most of his content is available for free on the V is for Vino website, and we were super fortunate to have him on today to share some Thanksgiving wine picks as well as more background on his wine education and content journey. Enjoy!Check out V is for Vino at the links below:WebsiteYoutubeInstagramCheers!Contact us anytime at brady@vint.co or billy@vint.co

Good Morning Business
La pépite : Balthasart veut rendre l'art accessible à tous - 22/11

Good Morning Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 5:49


Ce mardi 22 novembre, les aspects qui permettent à la plateforme Balthasart de mettre en avant les talents des artistes en devenir ont été abordés par Noémie Wira et Anne-Marie Durand Tourigny, co-fondatrice de Balthasart, dans la chronique La pépite, dans l'émission Good Morning Business, présentée par Laure Closier et Christophe Jakubyszyn, sur BFM Business. Retrouvez l'émission du lundi au vendredi et réécoutez la en podcast.

Good Fit Poor Fit
075: Accessible Communities

Good Fit Poor Fit

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 29:40


Join us as we discuss how the perception of disability and the social determinants of health impact the widespread implementation of UD in US neighborhoods. Source

Gist Healthcare Daily
One orthopedic surgeon's quest to make care more accessible to the Black community

Gist Healthcare Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 11:33


There are significant disparities along racial lines in the orthopedic speciality field. Black patients are 30% less likely to undergo total hip and knee replacements compared to white patients, even though rates of arthritis remain close to the same between the two groups. And those racial disparities extend to the field of orthopedic surgeons with fewer than 2% of Black orthopedic physicians practicing in the United States. On today's episode, Dr. Alonzo Sexton--co-founder and CEO of ATL Orthopedics--joins Gist Healthcare Daily to talk more about his private practice and how it makes orthopedic care more accessible to an underserved community. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Naturally Adventurous
S3E16: Australia chat with Charley Hesse & Jerry Connolly

Naturally Adventurous

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2022 42:14


Charley chats with Jerry Connolly from The Audubon Shop in Conneticut, all about Australia.  Check out The Audubon Shop's website at: The Audubon Shop Birder Supplies, Birdwatching Supplies, Madison, CT  and the amazing Birder tripod at: Tripods · The Audubon Shop Birder Supplies, Birdwatching Supplies, Madison, CT Don't forget to ask about the Naturally Adventurous discount! If you wish to support this podcast, please visit our Patreon page at: https://www.patreon.com/naturallyadventurous?fan_landing=true Laughing Kookaburra recording courtesy of Marc Anderson, XC673206. Accessible at www.xeno-canto.org/673206. License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 4.0 Feel free to contact us at: cfchesse@gmail.com or ken.behrens@gmail.com Naturally Adventurous Podcast Travel Nature Adventure Birding --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ken-behrens/message