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Public Health Review
64: Disability and Crisis Standards of Care in the Age of COVID-19

Public Health Review

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 16:35


As Omicron leads to nation-wide COVID-19 surges, many jurisdictions face the decision to activate crisis standards of care, a decision-making guide that helps healthcare providers give the best care during situations where resources are scarce. These guidelines focus on care for groups of people rather than individuals and are steered by ethical principles to avoid discrimination. Crisis standards of care can be especially impactful for people living with disabilities who may require access to certain resources, such as ventilators, as part of their routine medical care. In this episode, Katey Redmond (former Disability and Preparedness Specialist, Alaska Department of Health and Social Services) and Dr. Alexis Travis (State Health Officer, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services) speak about disability inclusion in crisis standards of care and share advice on how to build partnerships with the disability community. Guests Alexis Travis, PhD, State Health Officer, Michigan Department of Health & Human Services Katey Redmond, MPH, CPH, Public Health Specialist II, Former Alaska Disability and Preparedness Specialist Resources ASTHO Experts Infographic: 10 Essential Questions on Disability Inclusion (Available in English and Spanish) ASTHO Experts Blog: Embedded: One Year Review of Disability and Preparedness Specialists ASTHO Experts Video: Partnerships with Disability Organizations ASTHO Experts Podcast: Protecting the Vulnerable: How Public Health Can Better Serve People with Disabilities

This Is Awful
The Real True Crime Is...

This Is Awful

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 75:57


In this episode Alison and Trevor discuss disabilities and true crime.Sources:PodGist.comReddit.comBJS.OJP.govTheArc.orgPSMag.comRudermanFoundation.orgOVC.OJP.govProjectLETS.orgABC.go.comABC7Chicago.comHuffPost.comChicagoTribune.comCause of the Week:Project LETSThank you to all our wonderful patrons that make this all possible:Alexa W, Jenny N, Kristen G, Alissa W, Cathy A, Tree P, Lynn S, Renata I, Sarah H, Shaun B.Become one of them at Patreon.com/ThisIsAwfulPodBuy some merch!

Poddin' Next Door
#106 - "Won't He Do It"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 98:00


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops. The guys hit on Jesus cheaters, Tik Tok education, Hall of Fame Sport's Bar, Fun facts, working as a cashier, investing in Hellcats, a crashing economy, racist glasses, struggle meals, putting horses down, and other misinformation. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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The Community Cats Podcast
Beverly Means, LMSW, Founder and Executive Director of Transitions Pet Care

The Community Cats Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 29:02


This episode is sponsored in part by Humane Network, Doobert.com and Maddie's Fund. Turning her perspective around on being a single pet caretaker inspired Beverly Means to think about what kinds of help she would want if she could no longer care for her pets due to terminal illness or an end-of-life event. After looking for options in her community, Beverly saw the need for supportive services around this common problem, and Transitions Pet Care was created. Offering services from estate planning to rehoming options, and even supportive pet care in Decatur, GA, Transitions Pet Care is a 501(c)3 foster-based rescue. TPC serves a population of elderly, health-compromised, or terminally ill people and their pets. Stacy and Beverly discuss estate planning with our animal companions in mind. Beverly outlines options from a formal and legally-binding Pet Trust to an informal written plan including care details, veterinary info, and the pet's own preferences. She emphasizes the importance of planning for animal companions, especially with multiple pets or even a colony of community cats on your property. “It doesn't take that long to have the conversation, to write it down, and to share it with the person who may be managing that,” she advises. As a trained social worker Beverly is uniquely prepared for navigating the emotional hardships that come with this work and she believes in preparing volunteers of the program for the loss and grief that comes with helping the population they serve. “At the end of the day, it's about helping people take care of their pets in a way that helps them keep their pets and keep that pet healthy.” Learn more about Transitions Pet Care by visiting them online, or by following them on Instagram.

The Podcast by KevinMD
Superheroes can have disabilities, too

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 24:58


"Today, more students are disclosing and speaking out about their disability and how their disability is an asset to their way of learning and what they can bring to their field. Across college campuses, more student-led organizations are forming to promote initiatives to identify and remove structural and systematic barriers to ensure equal access in all aspects of the educational experience. While aging clinicians may have had to live in the shadows with their disabilities, we have a new generation of aspiring clinicians who want to be “out” with their disability and share their experiences to bring more representation to their respective fields. It seems like a new generation of real superheroes is in the making." Marie Lusk is a social worker and disability specialist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Superheroes can have disabilities, too." Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode.

Ask Pastor John
I Have Multiple Disabilities — How Do I Not Waste My Life?

Ask Pastor John

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 14:04


What might it look like for a Christian with significant disabilities to live a productive, spiritually fruitful, God-glorifying life?

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Re-release: Building discipline and self-management in elementary school through college.

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 33:31


When raising kids in elementary school, junior high, and high school, a lot of parents wonder if they're preparing their kids for what lies ahead in college and adulthood. We can't look in to a crystal ball and predict the future, but we can bring insights from our own failures and successes to the way we parent. That's why in this episode, Joe and I continue our conversation about his experience going through school, including:✅How he initially failed out of college, but then later went back and got a master's degree from the same university. ✅What he wishes he would have learned after being evaluated for ADHD, and how we bring these insights into the way we parent. ✅How he learned to be more disciplined and structure his environment so you he can perform his best and focus (without using medication). If you want to better prepare your K-12 kids for what lies ahead, you'll get a ton out of listening in to this episode. (Disclaimer: This episode should not be considered medical or legal advice, and should not be used to diagnose or treat any specific medical condition).If you're a parent who wants to set your kids up for success as adults, then then you're going to love my free parent guide, which I mentioned in this episode. In this guide, I share the executive functioning skills kids need in order to stay organized, focused, and motivated during their day-to-day tasks like chores and homework. You can sign up for the guide here: https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/parentguide

Happy Healthy Caregiver
Caring for a Family Member with Complex Disabilities with Brenda Blaise Nesbitt - Caregiver Spotlight

Happy Healthy Caregiver

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 58:10


In today's show, I am shining the caregiver spotlight on Brenda Blais Nesbitt. Brenda is a master in advocating and navigating the confusing world of disability. Her personal experience has enhanced her ability to help others navigate the complexities of the healthcare system and excel in the challenging journey of caring for and loving those with complex needs. In today's episode we discuss how Brenda embraced outside help, why Brenda doesn't want to be pitied, and how to get comfortable having a one-sided conversation with a loved one. Show notes with product and resource links: https://bit.ly/HHCPod127 Receive the podcast in your email here: http://bit.ly/2G4qvBv Order a copy of Elizabeth's book Just for You: a Daily Self Care Journal: http://bit.ly/HHCjournal For podcast sponsorship opportunities contact Elizabeth: https://happyhealthycaregiver.com/contact-us/ The Happy Healthy Caregiver podcast is part of the Whole Care Network. Rate and Review the podcast: https://bit.ly/HHCPODREVIEW

Poddin' Next Door
#105 - "Golfing Beans"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 101:25


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual banter and slappers for your head tops. RIP to the GOAT Bob Saget..The guys talk about Chakras, fin facts, Arctic gun testing, Sport Segment, Golfing Beans, Food, jewelry Joe, 3 hobbies, thrifting gold mine, and other things were discussed. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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It's the Little Things
Billy Altom: Helping Rural Residents with Disabilities to Thrive

It's the Little Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 36:43


Welcome to the first episode of the The Bottom-Up Revolution podcast in 2022. It's great to be back with you, and we've got an exciting episode to kick off the new year. Billy Altom is the executive director of APRIL, which stands for Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living. It's a national nonprofit consisting of over 260 members from centers for independent living for people with disabilities, specifically located in rural areas. Altom has been involved in disability advocacy on a number of levels, including testifying for state and federal legislatures, working for multiple independent living organizations and now leading APRIL. He's also a musician. In this conversation, he talks about the importance of peer support—of seeing someone who looks like you and knows what you're experiencing, whether that's encountering a fellow wheelchair user on the bus or meeting another deaf person at school. This is particularly essential in rural areas where the population of people with disabilities can be fairly small and services can be quite sparse. Altom knows from personal experience the power of simply connecting with someone who also has a disability. He talks about rural transportation and housing challenges in particular, as well as the impact of COVID, both positive and negative for people with different abilities. Throughout the interview, you'll learn that he holds a deep commitment to engaging the people who are impacted by his work and ensures that his organization is always rooted in community needs—something we're always advocating for at Strong Towns. Altom is such an engaging and dynamic speaker; we know you're going to appreciate hearing his story and will learn something from his perspective. Additional Show Notes Visit the APRIL website. Grab your ticket to the 2022 Local-Motive Tour today! Join the discussion about this episode in the Strong Towns Facebook Community group. Send your story ideas to rachel@strongtowns.org. Support this podcast by becoming a Strong Towns member today.

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Re-release: The Breaking Point

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 34:50


We all have a point where the demands of life become too overwhelming and we lose our ability to self-manage and stay disciplined. For people who have a diagnosis of ADHD, that point can come sooner rather than later. In this episode, my husband (Joe) shares what happened when he hit his breaking point, including:✅His experience growing up with an "almost ADHD" diagnosis✅How he managed to fall through the cracks and squeak by in elementary and secondary school. ✅What happened when he went away to college and didn't have his built-in accountability systems (a.k.a., his parents). If you have a kid in K-12 and you want to learn what challenges might lie ahead for your kids and what red flags to look out for in elementary and secondary school, you're going to love this episodeAnd spoiler alert: This story has a happy ending. This is just the first of a two-part interview. (Disclaimer: This episode should not be considered medical or legal advice, and should not be used to diagnose or treat any specific medical condition).If you're a parent who wants to set your kids up for success as adults, then then you're going to love my free parent guide, which I mentioned in this episode. In this guide, I share the different types of executive functioning skills kids need in order to stay organized, focused, and motivated during their day-to-day tasks like chores and homework. You can sign up for the guide here: https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/parentguide

Poddin' Next Door
#104 - "Wussy"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 109:37


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with year end slappers for your head tops. The guys hit on some new year resolutions and other random topics. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Dave Bahr @dcbahr is an author, speaker, podcaster & comedian fo­cused on demystifying the public's perception of how to interact with people with disabilities.  He & I had a great time visiting in September.  Somehow his episode got lost on my hard drive & was delayed getting released.  Apologizes to a wonderful guest.  Check out Dave's website https://in-sightfulliving.com/ & his book https://www.amazon.com/PRAVE-Adventures-Brittle-Dave-Bahr/dp/0692149546/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

Friends For Life Podcast
Medical Monday Ep 46: Consenting for Procedures in People with IDD

Friends For Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 2:22


On this episode of Medical Monday Craig Escude M.D. explains Consenting for Procedures in individuals with developmental disabilities. Toolkit: https://iddtoolkit.vkcsites.org/ You can learn more at Replacingrisk.com

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Angelo Pentaris - Drums & Disabilities

dunc tank

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 45:14


Angelo Pentaris is a drummer, disability advocate and motivational speaker.

Friends For Life Podcast
Ep 63: Bob Klever

Friends For Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 38:28


We sit down with Bob Klever, father of one of our clients and just discuss life. Living with a family member that has a disability can be challenging but also will change your perspective. Bob tells all here.    More Friends for Life Here: https://bit.ly/3m0Pec7

The JayMac Podcast
How the hiring crisis is impacting those with physical and intellectual disabilities

The JayMac Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 25:40


There hiring crisis is impacting one type of business particularly hard. These businesses serve members of our community who have intellectual or physical disabilities. Without help from the Governor and the State Legislature these valued members of our community will lose these services which will dramatically impact their quality of life.  To find out more: https://www.crisisofcare.com/ Contact your legislator and ask them to support DSPD Funding - Division of Services for People with Disabilities

Woman's Hour
Ghislaine Maxwell verdict, Novelist Susie Boyt, Girls' education in Afghanistan, Disability rights activist Abia Akram

Woman's Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 56:50


Ghislaine Maxwell is facing the prospect of spending the rest of her life in jail after a jury in New York found her guilty of grooming and sex trafficking teenage girls to be abused by the sex offender, Jeffrey Epstein. What impact will this high profile case have on future cases f alleged sexual abuse against women and girls? Andrea talks to Harriet Wistrich, who is the founder and director of the Centre for Women's Justice and a solicitor. It's now 100 days that teenage girls in Afghanistan have been banned from going to school in the majority of provinces. Yesterday, former prime minister Gordon Brown who is now UN special envoy for global education said 'we're sleep-walking towards the biggest humanitarian crisis of our times in Afghanistan. Andrea discusses the situation, particularly for women and girls, with the BBC Correspondent Yalda Hakim. We've been talking to women about their scars. Today Laura, a burns survivor, tells her story Many will have had empty chairs at the Christmas dinner table this year, for lots of different reasons. In Susie Boyt's novel Loved and Missed there is a particularly memorable Christmas dinner scene. In order to see her daughter on Christmas Day Ruth has to improvise. Susie joins Andrea to describe how people try to help and love others in the most difficult of circumstances. Abia Akram is a Pakistani disability rights activist. She is the founder of the National Forum of Women with Disabilities in Pakistan, and a leading figure within the disability rights movement in the country as well as in Asia and the Pacific. She has been named as one of the BBC's 100 Women in 2021. She joins Andrea to discuss how she became involved in this work and what more there is to do. Presented by Andrea Catherwood Producer: Louise Corley

Krazy Truth
Krazy Truth #189 Keeping it real Swinging with Disabilities

Krazy Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 52:04


End of year special replaying one of our best shows.  Give it a listen and enjoy!   In this episode we answer the questions others shy away from. Can people with Disabilities enjoy and participate in the Lifestyle? Hell yes.. We talk about how the Lifestyle can include everyone. We also talk about how to make Kinksters and Swingers have a successful joint party.Check out all our shows at: http://www.buzzsprout.com/181336Visit us at:  http://www.krazykasbh.comfollow us on twitter @TruthKrazySubscribe to our YouTube Channel:  http://www.youtube.com/kasbhSend us an email at krazy.kasbh@gmail.com Support the show (http://www.patreon.com/KrazyKasbh)

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Cognitive distortions and ADHD

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 33:04


When it comes to supporting kids with ADHD or other conditions that impact executive functioning, it can be challenging to understand some of the behaviors we're seeing.Sometimes figuring out why they act the way they do can be confusing, especially when it appears that they're engaging in certain self-sabotaging behaviors.This might include (but not be limited to) avoiding certain, inevitable situations or procrastinating…even if it means more work in the long run.Or even if it means missing out on something that might be important or enjoyable.When any of the above happens, cognitive distortions (a.k.a. distorted thinking can be the culprit).That's why in this episode, I define and discuss cognitive distortions and how they relate to ADHD.Specifically, I share what cognitive distortions are, why we want to minimize them as much as possible.I start out with busting some myths, including why distorted thinking isn't related to intelligence.I also talk about cognitive distortions that may pop up when someone has ADHD and how this can impact their ability to fulfill daily obligations (like chores, homework, etc.).Then, I wrap up by sharing some tips for working through distorted thinking.In this episode, I mentioned the work of Dr. Aaron Beck and Dr. David Burns as it pertains to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and defining cognitive distortions.You can find more information about Dr. Aaron Beck's work here.You can find more information about Dr. David Burns's work here.I also mentioned the Time Tracking Journal, a tool to help parents and educators support kids in engaging in positive self-talk and self-reflection during day-to-day tasks. It's intended to help kids be more independent with tasks that require sequencing and planning; but it can also help kids reflect on social situations as well. It is particularly helpful in working through cognitive distortions, such as magnification and labeling.You can get more information about the Time Tracking Journal here: https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/timejournal

Poddin' Next Door
#103 - "Brokeback Sopranos"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 94:48


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with year end slappers for your head tops. The guys come back to the pod masked up (Variant goin' dummy), Baby Jesus B-Day extravaganza, picky eaters, the best tool for the job, 2021 Reflecting, how to hug, EBT chef, and 110 trucker sentence. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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Friends For Life Podcast
Medical Monday Ep 45: Communicating a Person's Baseline

Friends For Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 3:27


On this episode of Medical Monday Craig Escude M.D. explains Communicating a  Person with developmental disabilities baseline . You can learn more at Replacingrisk.com

Friends For Life Podcast
Ep 62: Kelly Tong of Kaitlyn's Cottage Respite Care

Friends For Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 49:07


We sit down with Kelly Tong of Kaitlyn's Cottage Respite Care and discuss this awesome organization https://www.promedica.org/location/kaitlyns-cottage More Friends for Life: https://bit.ly/3m0Pec7

Latino Rebels Radio
Undocumented and LGBTQ (Part 13): Disabilities

Latino Rebels Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 51:53


This week, Latino Rebels Radio producer Oscar Fernández is our guest host with an episode from his own show, the Latino Media Collective, out of Washington, D.C. For the LMC's latest installment of its "Undocumented and LGBTQ" series, trans Latinx activist Kayley Whalen discusses the challenges faced by LGBTQ Latinx individuals with disabilities and how recent travels to Guatemala served to heighten those struggles. Featured image by Sofie Dittmann. Latino Rebels is produced by Oscar Fernández of the Latino Media Collective.

Adventures in Accessibility
Ep. 27 - Michael Kutcher

Adventures in Accessibility

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 18:56


Transcript: https://bit.ly/AIAe027Today's guest is Michael Kutcher. From the moment of birth, Michael has overcome challenges and conquered obstacles that most people never even catch a glimpse of. Born as an unexpected twin, Michael met the first of many challenges at delivery. He was notably smaller than his twin at less than five pounds, was hardly responsive and struggled to take his first breath. By age three, Michael was battling significant developmental delays and was diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy before he entered Kindergarten. Michael is a keynote speaker, speaking internationally about diversity and inclusion and helping audiences to change their perspective of the disability community. He's also a disability advocate and advisor. He is the creator of the Diffability brand and has recently finished his memoir to be released in the upcoming year.Connect with Michael:https://www.michaelkutcher.com/aboutConnect with the Rocky Mountain ADA Center at https://rockymountainada.org/ or find us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or anywhere else you get your podcasts!

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Ableism: What therapists, teachers, and caregivers need to know

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 44:31


Ableism is the discrimination against disabled people.As we learn more and more about autistic people, those with ADHD, among other populations…this word continues to come up in conversation.Many of the interventions we've traditionally done to support children who need different educational and medical interventions are now under scrutiny for having ableist qualities.This has left a lot of clinicians, educators, and caregivers in a tricky situation as they support kids' social, emotional, and cognitive development.That's why in this episode, I have a discussion on the top of ableism, including what it is and what it isn't.I also share tips for parents and clinicians so they can help kids without being ableist.In this episode, I mention the Time Tracking Journal, a tool to help parents and educators support kids in engaging in positive self-talk and self-reflection during day-to-day tasks. It's intended to help kids be more independent with tasks that require sequencing and planning; but it can also help kids reflect on social situations as well.You can get more information about the Time Tracking Journal here: https://drkarendudekbrannan.com/timejournal

IPS On Diversity Podcast
S2E1: IPS On Diversity Podcast S2E1 Conversations About Race

IPS On Diversity Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 41:25


While previously seen as a taboo, talking about race in Singapore is becoming more common now especially with the rise of social media. However, while social media opens space for discourse, it also creates space for polarisation. So how can we talk about instances of racism? Do such conversations detract from the larger structural racism? Aren't we tired from talking about racism? On the first episode of the second season, host and Associate Director at the Institute of Policy Studies Liang Kaixin chats with two of our guests Daniel Goh, Associate Professor of Sociology, and Co-founder of Ministry of Funny Haresh Tilani about the pros and cons of using social media as a platform to talk about race, the idea of Chinese privilege and the changing attitudes towards discussions about race. Find out more about conversations about race: Today (17 November 2021): Understanding how Singapore's youths feel about race and religion The Straits Times (12 September 2021): Let's talk about race, but not just about race NDR 2021: PM Lee says ‘entirely baseless' to claim that ‘Chinese privilege' exists in Singapore https://www.channelnewsasia.com/singapore/ndr-entirely-baseless-claim-chinese-privilege-exists-singapore-lee-hsien-loong-2143026 Channel News Asia (19 July 2021): The Big Read: High time to talk about racism, but Singapore society ill-equipped after decades of treating it as taboo IPS-RSIS Forum on Race and Racism in Singapore (25 June 2021) https://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/ips/events/details/ips-rsis-forum-on-race-and-racism-in-singapore Academia SG (14 June 2020): How to talk about race in Singapore: a conversation with Mohd Imran Taib About our guests: Daniel Goh Associate Professor of Sociology and Associate Provost of Undergraduate Education at National University of Singapore (NUS) Daniel specialises in comparative-historical sociology and studies state formation, urbanism, postcolonialism, race and multiculturalism, and religion in Asia. After graduating from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor with a PhD in Sociology, he joined NUS as an Assistant Professor of Sociology in 2005. He is currently the Associate Professor of Sociology and the Associate Provost of Undergraduate Education at NUS where he enjoys teaching and learning from undergraduate and graduate students. He was also a Workers' Party Non-Constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) in the 13th Parliament of Singapore between 2016 and 2020. He has since retired from political service. He has published many books, special issues, journal articles and book chapters. His more recent works include Regulating Religion: Norms, Modes and Challenges, ‘Chinese Privilege' as Shortcut in Singapore and Protest and the Culture War in Singapore. Haresh Tilani Co-founder and Creative Director of Ministry of Funny Haresh is a content creator, filmmaker, podcaster and digital marketer. He is the Co-founder and Creative Director of Ministry of Funny, a comedy brand that has produced viral content in the form of online videos, podcasts, live shows and an award-winning TV series. He has produced videos that have garnered over 27 million views and his podcast “Yah Lah But…” is one of the top podcasts in Singapore. He has also been featured in international media including South China Morning Post, Variety and the Hollywood Reporter. He is inspired by the power of comedy to make people laugh, think and drive social change and he was even one of YouTube's 47 Creators for Change Global Ambassadors in 2018. In 2019, he co-created, co-wrote and starred in “She's a Terrorists & I Love Her”, a dark comedy TV series that won the “Best Original Program by a Streamer/OTT” at the 2019 Asian Academy Creative Awards and “Best Comedy Program” at the 2020 Asian Academy Creative Awards. On Diversity is a podcast inspired by the Institute of Policy Studies Managing Diversities research programme. In each episode, we chat with guests to explore what diversity means to them, the changes they are making, and the changes they hope to see in an increasingly fragmented society. More from On Diversity Episode 1: The Cancelled and the Woke, with career journalist Lydia Lim and poet and writer, Theophilus Kwek Episode 2: Reclaiming Dementia, with Dr Chen Shiling, dementia physician, and Johnson Soh, founder of SanCare Asia Episode 3: What is Multiculturalism?, with Low Sze Wee, CEO of Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre and singer-songwriter Jamiel Said Episode 4: Diversity and the Singapore Media, with Mark Tan, founder and CEO of Rice Media, and Dr Chew Han Ei, Senior Research Fellow at IPS Social Lab Episode 5: Sex and People with Disabilities, with Dr Lohsnah Jeevanandam, Director of the Clinical Psychology Programme at the National University Singapore, and Dr Justin Lee, Senior Research Fellow at the IPS Society and Culture Department. Episode 6: Arts vs Culture, with Shaza Ishak, Managing Director of Teater Ekamatra, and Clarissa Oon, Head of Communications and Content at Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay. Episode 7: Empathy and Healthcare, with Dr Mohan Tiru, Senior Consultant Emergency Physician at Woodlands Health Campus and Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, and Dr Maleena Suppiah Cavert Deputy Director of Clinical Education at Ng Teng Fong General Hospital, NUHS Episode 8: Of Marriage and Migration, with Dr Kalpana Vignehsa, Research Fellow at the Governance and Economy Department at IPS, and Colin Miles, Co-CEO of Zilliqa Research Pte Ltd Episode 9: Tech and the Token Female, with Anna Gong, CEO and Founder of Perx Technologies, and Wynthia Goh, Head of NCS NEXT Digital     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Poddin' Next Door
#102 - "Ball Bath"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 102:35


On this episode:The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with Holiday slappers for your head tops. RIP Drakeo, shoutout to the homies at Walls' Birthday, bless up to all the Graduates, Christmas shopping, the real Muslim brotherhood, energy drinks dangers, living in industrial areas, cokehead homies, adult naps, Ball Bath, adoptions, abortions, other people struggles, Houston ebonics and bunch of other topics… Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe:Instagram - @poddinnextdoorYouTube - Poddin' Next Door

time comedy family food holiday discussion culture social voting japan management jre weed california fighting mexico spotify music gentrification amazon apple christmas drink shot strippers dating relationships marriage political state champs game feelings netflix picking space brothers world west social media theory energy texas single hip hop testing friend stories mother donald trump ios cons fake news mental health hulu border sugar religion holidays drugs gaming workplace guns cancer emotional hobbies outdoors driver baby bros rings school bullying afghanistan thanksgiving amish exotic ai phone sauce toxic dates body tradition mexican haitian bath after effects disabilities struggle girlfriends abortion helen keller closer whites shooting scams drip muslims pod shopping cleveland browns walls palestine fishing dj screw 1985 kanye west lies bill cosby pros plastic arab bitcoin nonbinary black friday strip clubs facetime hiv how to meals conspiracy theory tendencies joe biden scammers historians attention capitol ye ancestry astro followers mania stocks dangers showering rotten tomatoes industrial wet kwanzaa headphones jeff bezos nascar vibes incident gamble banking alec baldwin unrest astroworld hoover life hacks dave chappelle beans russ jargon eats mike pence graduation fossils adoptions whataburger takeover us military nra energy drinks 1987 joe rogan colorism defensive finesse boyfriends fun facts expressing 21savage shaming noobs lacking taco tuesday right to die caitlyn jenner impacts jay electronica questioning randomness podding burning bush influenza alerts winter storms rifles atf donating gangland graduates 23andme j balvin el salvador traits phonetic homies gang culture nfts muslim brotherhood nextdoor sleepers finish line gamestop nicknames king richard dream girl verdict blue origin enforcements doja cat hbic couponing ebonics taco truck sideburns arranged marriages pnd debacle surroundings reconnecting wealth gap summer walker pfas coke cola homesharing misogynist jbp gun laws terrenos more words dababy child tax credit pimp c alone time panhandling onlyfans birthday gifts partynextdoor thin blue line taco stand fat pat creosote drink champs poddin ivermectin criminal psychology coronavirus shoes off fifth ward false hope covid-19 ahmaud arbery contact tracing fast 9 delta variant
Mind Your Subconscious
He hypnotizes children and supports them with learning and other disabilities - with Gerry (Gerald) Hughes

Mind Your Subconscious

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 61:59


Fook, this was an enlightening interview - A must listen for everyone who has a child or wants children!!!! I'm not one to hypnotize children - only because I'm not around many just yet. But I've been asked by my hypnosis course students, many of whom are moms, whether or not it's ok to hypnotize children, what the best age is, and how they will react to hypnosis. So I decided to get an expert on this subject. I really couldn't have gotten a better one than Gerald Hughes, who supports children, teens, and adults struggling with dyslexia, ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Gerry is the founder and owner of California's neuro-linguistic learning center and author of many books, such as Gifted not broken - understanding dyslexia, ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorders. The NLC Guide to Love and Relationships 101 Strategies for Managing our Physical, Emotional, and Social Energy Cracking the Dyslexia Code and many more. Not only did we talk about the above, but also the pressure that children as young as 4 years old are feeling when it comes to learning, bed wetting, the magic of story-telling for kids, leading with success and play rather than tangible outcomes, building a child's self-esteem and confidence. Find Gerry at Swish for Fish or on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/swish4fish Connect with your host Jennifer Schlueter at: Inquire about 1:1 hypnosis & breathwork coaching to unlock your magic with Jennifer: https://calendly.com/jenniferschlueter89/15-minute-hypnosis-consultation Facebook: www.facebook.com/mindyoursubconscious Instagram: www.instagram.com/mindyoursubconscious

American Theatre Artists Online

Suli Holum is a theatre artist whose work has been supported by the Orchard Project, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Playwrights Horizons, New Dramatists, the Playwright's Center, The Ground Floor at Berkeley Rep, and HERE, and presented by FringeArts, The Public Theatre/UTR, La Jolla Playhouse, Center Theatre Group, Z Space and The Gate in London.  As a member of Philadelphia's Wilma Hothouse she has appeared in Romeo and Juliet and Dance Nation. Other acting projects include Sweat at Philadelphia Theatre Company, On the Exhale at Theatre Exile, The Few at Theatre Horizon, and Cabaret at the Arden, and an appearance on HBO's Mare of Eastown. As a writer and director, she is a longtime collaborator with choreographer Nichole Canuso and has developed commissions for the National Constitution Center and the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University. A founding member of Pig Iron Theatre Company, she went on to co-found Stein | Holum Projects with Deborah Stein where she co-created and performed the Drama Desk-nominated Chimera, and The Wholehearted.  She recently launched Suli Holum/The Work, a Philadelphia-based incubator for live performance. A recipient of a Drama Desk Award, a TCG/Fox Resident Actor Fellowship, and a Barrymore Award, she is currently pursuing her MFA in Creative Writing at Goddard College where she was the recipient of the 2020 Engaged Artist Award.

Autism Live
Let's Talk Autism with Shannon and Nancy - Autism News + Oldie but Goodie Toy Review

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 60:23


This time on Let's Talk Autism with Shannon and Nancy, are hosts discuss recent autism news about ABA Autism Center employees, an autism indicator on Louisiana license plate, and the Rapper Fat Joe! Next, our hosts review oldie but goodie toys from the autism live gift and toy guide before we go to an interview with Shannon and Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Research Coordinator Leah Hirschfeld about the new autism prevalence numbers! Don't miss it!   2:09 2021 Sensitive Santa Event at the Ed Asner Family Center https://www.eventbrite.com/e/autism-live-sensitive-santa-event-2021-tickets-224708036787   5:15 Autism News: Former, current Bierman ABA Autism Center employees back allegations of Warren mother https://turnto10.com/news/local/former-current-bierman-aba-autism-center-employees-back-allegations-of-warren-mother   10:57 Autism News: Autism Indicator now available on Louisiana driver's licenses https://www.katc.com/news/covering-louisiana/autism-indicator-now-available-on-louisiana-drivers-licenses   13:59 Autism News: Rapper Fat Joe shares message of gratitude for son with autism https://www.today.com/parents/dads/rapper-fat-joe-shares-message-gratitude-son-autism-rcna8938   18:49 Autism Research with Leah Hirschfeld - Autism Prevalence Numbers and CDC findings   43:42 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Baby/Toddler: K's Kids Match and Build Soft Blocks Set from Melissa & Doug® https://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Doug-Match-Build-Blocks/dp/B00F1UPFF4/ref=asc_df_B00F1UPFF4/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241994149842&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15299365599183480697&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031186&hvtargid=pla-464699418204&th=1   46:09 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Pre-School: Picture Pets Play Set by Colorforms® https://www.amazon.com/Colorforms-Picture-Play-Set-Pets/dp/B07NZ8QNVS/ref=asc_df_B07NZ8QNVS/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=366409890371&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4616920509521817369&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031186&hvtargid=pla-788000363713&psc=1&tag=&ref=&adgrpid=81881571968&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=366409890371&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4616920509521817369&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031186&hvtargid=pla-788000363713   47:20 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - School-Aged: Super Moon in My Room® from Uncle Milton Games  https://www.amazon.com/Super-Remote-Control-D%C3%A9cor-Night/dp/B00X5CC828/ref=sr_1_2?gclid=CjwKCAjwiY6MBhBqEiwARFSCPlYCaW2A2CM0CPAjisJjMONGC3b-8UrwEzPRyzz-gT1aItmL2pNH-RoCXkoQAvD_BwE&hvadid=409972533988&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9031186&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=5210774849039742790&hvtargid=kwd-149371837014&hydadcr=4120_11139844&keywords=super+moon+in+my+room&qid=1636084407&sr=8-2   49:06 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Tween/Teen: Bop It!® from Hasbro®  https://www.amazon.com/Hasbro-Gaming-E6393000-BOP-IT/dp/B07M923D3C/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=bop+it&qid=1632082082&s=toys-and-games&sr=1-2   49:59 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Adult: Clue® Retro Edition 1986 from Hasbro® https://www.amazon.com/Hasbro-B2848-Retro-Clue-1986/dp/B013TO5PDU/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=clue&qid=1632138229&sr=8-5   50:48 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Caregiver: Shutterfly® E Card https://www.shutterfly.com/photo-gifts/gift-certificates?feeds=y&productCode=778601&categoryCode=1091319&skuCode=778604&CID=SEGSH.GENRL.557_324100_7980515_1050516712&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwr-itsmN8wIVsm1vBB0AxgKhEAQYAyABEgIfDvD_BwE   53:39 Live Viewer comments and questions   57:15 What to expect for Let's Talk Autism in the future   57:34 Next week on Autism Live

Autism Live
Let's Talk Autism with Shannon and Nancy - Autism News + Oldie but Goodie Toy Review

Autism Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 60:40


This time on Let's Talk Autism with Shannon and Nancy, are hosts discuss recent autism news about ABA Autism Center employees, an autism indicator on Louisiana license plate, and the Rapper Fat Joe! Next, our hosts review oldie but goodie toys from the autism live gift and toy guide before we go to an interview with Shannon and Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Research Coordinator Leah Hirschfeld about the new autism prevalence numbers! Don't miss it!   2:09 2021 Sensitive Santa Event at the Ed Asner Family Center https://www.eventbrite.com/e/autism-live-sensitive-santa-event-2021-tickets-224708036787   5:15 Autism News: Former, current Bierman ABA Autism Center employees back allegations of Warren mother https://turnto10.com/news/local/former-current-bierman-aba-autism-center-employees-back-allegations-of-warren-mother   10:57 Autism News: Autism Indicator now available on Louisiana driver's licenses https://www.katc.com/news/covering-louisiana/autism-indicator-now-available-on-louisiana-drivers-licenses   13:59 Autism News: Rapper Fat Joe shares message of gratitude for son with autism https://www.today.com/parents/dads/rapper-fat-joe-shares-message-gratitude-son-autism-rcna8938   18:49 Autism Research with Leah Hirschfeld - Autism Prevalence Numbers and CDC findings   43:42 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Baby/Toddler: K's Kids Match and Build Soft Blocks Set from Melissa & Doug® https://www.amazon.com/Melissa-Doug-Match-Build-Blocks/dp/B00F1UPFF4/ref=asc_df_B00F1UPFF4/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241994149842&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=15299365599183480697&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031186&hvtargid=pla-464699418204&th=1   46:09 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Pre-School: Picture Pets Play Set by Colorforms® https://www.amazon.com/Colorforms-Picture-Play-Set-Pets/dp/B07NZ8QNVS/ref=asc_df_B07NZ8QNVS/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=366409890371&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4616920509521817369&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031186&hvtargid=pla-788000363713&psc=1&tag=&ref=&adgrpid=81881571968&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvadid=366409890371&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=4616920509521817369&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9031186&hvtargid=pla-788000363713   47:20 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - School-Aged: Super Moon in My Room® from Uncle Milton Games  https://www.amazon.com/Super-Remote-Control-D%C3%A9cor-Night/dp/B00X5CC828/ref=sr_1_2?gclid=CjwKCAjwiY6MBhBqEiwARFSCPlYCaW2A2CM0CPAjisJjMONGC3b-8UrwEzPRyzz-gT1aItmL2pNH-RoCXkoQAvD_BwE&hvadid=409972533988&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9031186&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=5210774849039742790&hvtargid=kwd-149371837014&hydadcr=4120_11139844&keywords=super+moon+in+my+room&qid=1636084407&sr=8-2   49:06 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Tween/Teen: Bop It!® from Hasbro®  https://www.amazon.com/Hasbro-Gaming-E6393000-BOP-IT/dp/B07M923D3C/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=bop+it&qid=1632082082&s=toys-and-games&sr=1-2   49:59 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Adult: Clue® Retro Edition 1986 from Hasbro® https://www.amazon.com/Hasbro-B2848-Retro-Clue-1986/dp/B013TO5PDU/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=clue&qid=1632138229&sr=8-5   50:48 Best Oldie but Goody Winner Review - Caregiver: Shutterfly® E Card https://www.shutterfly.com/photo-gifts/gift-certificates?feeds=y&productCode=778601&categoryCode=1091319&skuCode=778604&CID=SEGSH.GENRL.557_324100_7980515_1050516712&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIwr-itsmN8wIVsm1vBB0AxgKhEAQYAyABEgIfDvD_BwE   53:39 Live Viewer comments and questions   57:15 What to expect for Let's Talk Autism in the future   57:34 Next week on Autism Live

Jen's New Song
Parenting and Disabilities

Jen's New Song

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 46:12


Join Jen and Stephanie Hubach as they talk about Stephanie's book, Parenting and Disabilities: Abiding in God's Presence https://www.stephaniehubach.com Books on Amazon .ca Books on Amazon .com https://www.jensnewsong.com  

Storium Arc
Episode 70! Storium with Disabilities

Storium Arc

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 104:56


Producing and hosting for the first time, Zachary (Rattannah) takes a deep dive into a side of Storium that often hides in plain sight, or in this case, behind a screen. Together with guest hosts Kimberly (dancingcrane) and Liz (Firebirdschild), the trio examines how their disabilities shaped their Storium experience. Kimberly and Liz read out […] The post Episode 70! Storium with Disabilities appeared first on Storium Arc.

What's New in Adapted Physical Education
Adapted Physical Activity Journals: Why They Matter

What's New in Adapted Physical Education

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 51:18


For this episode of What's New in APE, I led a discussion with APE journal editors Dr. Martin Block, Dr. Jeffrey Martin, and Pauli Rintala addressing their experiences within the field of Adapted Physical Activity and as research editors. Discussed in this podcast are a variety of topics including effective strategies for teaching and learning in APE, overcoming language barriers, and the importance of research for the adapted field. Dr. Martin Block, editor of Palaestra, is the Program Director of Kinesiology for Individuals with Disabilities at the University of Virginia. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland in 1990. He has also served as past president of the International Federation of Adapted Physical Activity (IFAPA) and past president of the National Consortium of Physical Education for Individuals with Disabilities (NCPEID). Dr. Jeffrey Martin, editor of APAQ, is a professor at Wayne State University. He received his Ph.D. in exercise and sport psychology in 1992 from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. Currently, his major research focuses on the psychosocial aspects of disability sport and physical activity and he has published over 200 research articles and book chapters. Pauli Rintala, editor of the European journal for Adapted Physical Activity, is a recently retired professor from the University of Jyväskylä, who specialized in APA. He received a Ph.D. from Oregon State University and since then has been in Finland where he has worked within various different fields and with many different research projects.

Where We Live
Beyond gender, representation in the toy industry

Where We Live

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 41:03


The iconic Mr. Potato Head from Hasbro is now simply the gender neutral Potato Head. Also this year, LEGO, WildBrain, and Mattel launched the Everyone is Awesome set, the Teletubbies Pride collection, and UNO's Play with Pride deck in celebration of Pride Month. This hour on Where We Live, we discuss diversity and inclusion in the toy industry, and its impact on child development. We hear from experts on the trends and changing norms in the understanding of gender and how diversity must go beyond tokenization by toy manufacturers. GUESTS: Diane Gervais: Owner, Amato's Toy and Hobby Middletown  Jeffrey Trawick-Smith: Professor Emeritus, Center for Early Childhood Education, Eastern Connecticut State University, and Author of Young Children's Play: Development, Disabilities, and Diversity  Ellen Lambert: Advisor – Equity, Inclusion, & Diversity, the Toy Association and the Toy Foundation Eileen Foley: Toy Curator and Owner, Little Acorn Learning LLC, Redding, Connecticut Support the show: http://wnpr.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Are they 18 yet?â„¢
Person first vs identity first language: Which one should I use?

Are they 18 yet?â„¢

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 33:21


When I was going through school back in the late 90s and early 2000s, I was taught that “person-first” language was the most respectful way to refer to my clients.For example, they weren't “disabled people”, they were “people with disabilities”.Fast forward to the 2020s, and now we're hearing a different story.Now, there are many people who actually prefer “identity first” language.If you're someone supporting someone who has some particular diagnosis or disability, it's confusing enough to navigate the system when it comes to educational and medical services.Add language and terminology on top of that, and it gets even more overwhelming.As someone who is a neurodivergent adult, and also as someone who's worked with clinicians, clients and families for a long time…I've heard this debate from multiple angles.Some have a strong preferences for one type of language over the other. Others are more flexible.And then there is a group of people who aren't even fully aware of this debate and what it means…especially if they are brand new to the world of educational or medical services for kids.That's why in this episode, I wanted to share the background and rationale behind both “person first” and “identity first language” based on my experience working as a clinician since 2004 and also as someone who has a diagnosis myself.In this episode, I mentioned some research relating to labeling theory and self-fulfilling prophecies. Here is some more information about that. Also, here is some information about where the term originated.I also mentioned the Executive Functioning Guide for Parents in this episode. In this guide I outline what executive functioning is and why it's so important to helping kids grow up to be resilient, adaptable, and independent.In this guide I walk through red flags of executive dysfunction, as well as how to identify specific areas of executive functioning where your kids might need support. You can get the free parent guide at drkarendudekbrannan.com/parentguide

Poddin' Next Door
#101 - " Tanda Hoover"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 107:07


Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe:Instagram - @poddinnextdoorYouTube - Poddin' Next Door

time comedy family food discussion culture social voting japan management jre weed california fighting mexico spotify music gentrification amazon apple christmas drink shot strippers dating relationships marriage political state champs game feelings netflix picking space brothers world west social media theory energy texas single hip hop testing friend stories mother donald trump ios cons fake news mental health hulu border sugar religion holidays drugs gaming workplace guns cancer emotional hobbies outdoors driver baby bros rings school bullying afghanistan thanksgiving amish exotic ai phone sauce toxic dates body tradition mexican haitian after effects disabilities girlfriends helen keller closer whites shooting scams drip pod shopping cleveland browns palestine fishing dj screw 1985 kanye west lies bill cosby pros plastic arab bitcoin nonbinary black friday strip clubs facetime hiv how to meals conspiracy theory tendencies joe biden scammers historians attention capitol ye ancestry astro followers mania stocks showering rotten tomatoes wet kwanzaa headphones jeff bezos nascar vibes incident gamble banking alec baldwin unrest astroworld hoover life hacks dave chappelle beans russ jargon eats mike pence fossils whataburger takeover us military nra 1987 joe rogan colorism defensive finesse boyfriends fun facts expressing 21savage shaming noobs lacking taco tuesday right to die caitlyn jenner impacts jay electronica questioning randomness podding burning bush influenza alerts winter storms rifles atf donating gangland 23andme j balvin el salvador traits phonetic homies gang culture nfts nextdoor sleepers finish line gamestop nicknames king richard dream girl verdict blue origin enforcements doja cat hbic couponing taco truck sideburns arranged marriages pnd tanda debacle surroundings reconnecting wealth gap summer walker pfas coke cola homesharing misogynist jbp gun laws terrenos more words dababy child tax credit pimp c alone time panhandling onlyfans birthday gifts partynextdoor thin blue line taco stand fat pat creosote drink champs ivermectin criminal psychology coronavirus shoes off fifth ward false hope covid-19 ahmaud arbery contact tracing fast 9 delta variant
Voices of Reason
Funding education for kids with disabilities with Kim Coleman

Voices of Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2021 39:57


On this episode of the Loudmouth Project's Voices of Reason, Jasen Lee and Amy Donaldson are joined by Kim Coleman, executive director of the Children Education Fund - an organization working to provide scholarships for children with disabilities. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Clip Out
237: It's Bout Time! Peloton Debuts Boxing plus our interview with Rosalyn Arntzen

The Clip Out

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 112:41


What constitutes patent infringement when it comes to leggings? John Mills joins us to discuss Peloton's strength strategies.  Will the Tread ever be bigger than the Bike? Dr. Jenn - How to be consistent in your workouts. Peloton welcomes its first adaptive athlete instructor - Logan Aldridge. Men's Health and Shape both have articles about Logan Aldridge. Boxing has arrived! Self has boxing tips for newbies. Peloton celebrates International Day of Disabilities. Member Dustin F. shows us hearing accessibility features of Bike+. Dara Treseder talks with Salesforce about building a community. Angelo joins us to talk about recovering from our Thanksgiving feast(s). Daniel McKenna is back. Kristin McGee talks to The Manual and the Long Island Herald about mindfulness. We now know when past guest Andolyn Medina will be competing for Miss America. There's a new artist collaboration with Queen plus an apparel drop. German instructor Irene Scholz is leaving and has a surprising comment about her exit. The Boston Globe's advice column has a Peloton question. All this plus our interview with Rosalyn Arntzen! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram

NEC Overtime! Pod
NEC Overtime! Podcast - Merrimack's Cailin Currie

NEC Overtime! Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 5:28


NEC's Communication Assistant Sarah Fisher sits down with Merrimack Women's Swimmer Cailin Currie about International Day of People with Disabilities, well as her experiences and her journey to the 2016 & 2020 Paralympics.

Poddin' Next Door
E100 - "Let Go, Let God"

Poddin' Next Door

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 103:42


On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with slappers for your head tops. FaceTiming the homies, Podcast Game, and a bunch of mumbo-jumbo…late upload, I have to work tomorrow. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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Force Five
Top 5 Characters with Disabilities.

Force Five

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 87:00


This week's guest is the director of communications for the MCIE and host of the Think Inclusive Podcast, Tim Villegas.This episode features reviews of the recent Severin release of the backwoods psycho film Midnight (1982), the atmosphere rich horror film Honeydew (2021) and the Christmas catastrophe that is Home Sweet Home Alone (2021).The topic Tim picked was Top 5 Characters with Disabilities.You can listen to the Think Inclusive podcast here and can follow Tim on Twitter here.If you want more of the Force Five Podcast:Click here to follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/forcefivepodClick here to follow on Instagram: https://instagram.com/forcefivepodcastClick here to follow on Letterboxd: https://www.letterboxd.com/forcefive

OurView
A Conversation about Disabilities & Human Connection

OurView

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 80:43


This episode is an Alegoria Takeover! Our hosts for this episode are Alina Grenier, Dr. Michelle Fynan and Nathan Todd.  The guest hosts play Alegoria. Alegoria is a board game co-created by Alina that "asks open-ended questions that inspire you to open your heart and mind with curiosity, respect, and empathy." Follow our guest hosts on Instagram Alina: @Alegoriagame  Dr. Michelle Fynan: @drfynan  Nathan: @therealnathantodd Follow us for more disability related content @OurView4life

Public Health Review Morning Edition
77: ASTHO Reacts to Winter COVID Strategy

Public Health Review Morning Edition

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 4:34


ASTHO leaders react to President Biden's winter COVID-19 strategy. Dr. Nirav Shah, ASTHO President and Director of the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention, and Dr. Marcus Plescia, ASTHO's Chief Medical Officer, discuss booster shots, messaging, pharmacy capacity, and at-home tests; and we recognize International Day of Persons with Disabilities today with a story about Felecia Barrow, ASTHO's Disability and Preparedness Specialist in Alabama, who shares her idea to train National Guard members how to assist people living with disabilities. The White House webpage: President Biden Announces New Actions to Protect Americans Against the Delta and Omicron Variants as We Battle COVID-19 this Winter ASTHO YouTube post: Public Health Leaders Discuss Omicron Variant Amid Reported U.S. Case ASTHO Blog Article: Embedded – One Year Review of Disability and Preparedness Specialists Project

PLT: Behind Closed Doors
Meg Jackson - "Not all disabilities are visible"

PLT: Behind Closed Doors

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 41:47


For International Day of Persons with Disabilities, we're joined by rising TikTok star, Meg Jackson. After being diagnosed with Functional Neurological Disorder at 17, she's made a name for herself on TikTok, where she's racked up over 750K followers after being open about her condition. She told us how the platform has 'given her a purpose', the reality of FND, and how one special person has helped her the most. Follow us on Insta @thepltpodcast

Respectful Parenting: Janet Lansbury Unruffled
It Had to Be You - The Struggles and Joys of Raising a Child with Disabilities (with Loryn Brantz)

Respectful Parenting: Janet Lansbury Unruffled

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 29:02


Loryn Brantz is an author and comic illustrator raising a daughter with disabilities. Dalia was born with a rare genetic abnormality that made feeding an all-night process, and doctors were not confident she would ever crawl, much less walk. Throughout their journey, Loryn has supported Dalia with acceptance, optimism, and love. In return, she is continually inspired. “I see her disability and her uniqueness as part of what makes her so amazing and special. And everything she does is going to be more amazing because of what she's had to go through to get there.” Janet believes Loryn has found the formula for happiness as a parent – accepting, cherishing, and truly enjoying our children for who they are. Thanks to Mack Weldon for sponsoring this episode. Check out their "Daily Wear System" and get 20% off your first order by going to www.MackWeldon.com/respect and using the promo code RESPECT. For more advice on common parenting issues, please check out Janet's best-selling books on Audible, FREE with a 30-day trial membership if you use this link: adbl.co/2OBVztZ. Paperbacks and e-books are also available at Amazon, Google Play, Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, or pretty much anywhere e-books are sold. Janet's exclusive audio series "Sessions" is available for download. This is a collection of recorded one-on-one consultations with parents discussing their most immediate and pressing concerns (www.SessionsAudio.com)

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast
Myths & ADHD Medication with Dr. William Dodson

Taking Control: The ADHD Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 59:19


What do you know about your ADHD medications? We didn't know much, so we brought in the expert, Dr. William Dodson, a Board-Certified adult psychiatrist and one of the first clinicians who specialized in adults with ADHD decades ago. Because here's the thing: we don't deal much with ADHD meds. As a coach, Nikki refers folks to their physicians. And apart from being a patient himself, Pete's experience dealing with medications is far from diverse. And yet, the field of questions we get from folks in our community relating to medications is vast. Today, we start the process of getting those questions answered. Debunking Myths, Clarifying Understanding As Dr. Dodson says, no one ultimately is going to care about your specific decision around medication other than you. But it's important that you have the data you need to get your questions answered before you make that decision yourself. We can say this for sure: Dr. Dodson is a professional in the field with qualified experience in practice and a respected and verified source. We hope you find something you can take away from this discussion that helps you in your decision-making. About William W. Dodson, M.D., LF-APA Dr. Bill Dodson is a Board-Certified adult psychiatrist was one of the first clinicians who specialized in adults with ADHD 25 years ago. He has been on the faculties of Georgetown University and the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. He was named a Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association in recognition of his clinical contributions to the field of ADHD (2012). He was the recipient of the national Maxwell Schleifer Award for Distinguished Service to Persons with Disabilities (2006). He has written more than 120 articles and book chapters designed to help a lay audience better understand ADHD and its treatment. Dr. Dodson is now semi-retired and devotes most of his professional time to working with homeless adolescents on the streets of Denver and writing a book about the optimal treatment of ADHD in both children and adults.

The Hartmann Report
THE "MEDICARE ADVANTAGE" PLAN TO KILL REAL MEDICARE

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2021 58:25


The “Medicare Advantage” Plan to Kill Real Medicare. If they can move more than half of Americans off traditional Medicare and onto these corporate plans, it'll provide the political cover to kill off Medicare altogether — and they're nearly there now. Everything the Press Said About the Economy Was Wrong.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.