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Progressively Horrified
Shutter (aka The Worst Chip)

Progressively Horrified

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 89:16


Trigger Warnings:   an intense scene of traumatic sexual assault, several often graphic depictions of suicide and attempted suicide, intense jump scares, dental trauma, and automobile accidents.Scare Level: Scary  The Basics Director: Banjong Pisanthanakun and Parkpoom Wongpoom Writers: Parkpoom Wongpoom, Banjong Pisanthanakun, Sophon Sakdaphisit Stars: Ananda Everingham, Natthaweeranuch Thongmee, Achita Sikamana, Unnop Chanpaibool What's it about? IMDB says: A young photographer and his girlfriend discover mysterious shadows in their photographs after a tragic accident. They soon learn that you can not escape your past. Just a note if you want to watch along, there are several movies called Shutter including an American remake of this film from 2008. Just be sure you have the 2004 one. Recommendations:Emily - UzumakiBen - Archive 81Jeremy - The Night HouseFollow us on twitter @proghorrorpodFollow Emily on twitter @megamothEmily's Website: Megamoth.netFollow Ben on twitter @benthekahnPre-Order Ben's new book, Renegade Rule.Follow Jeremy on twitter @jrome58Visit his website at JeremyWhitley.comRSS Feed: https://feeds.transistor.fm/progressively-horrifiedWebsite: https://progressivelyhorrified.transistor.fm/Join our Patreon at: patreon.com/progressivelyhorrified to support the show, get bonus episodes, early access to upcoming episodes, and a cool Progressively Horrified t-shirt.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Joni and Friends Radio
No Innocent Bystanders

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 4:00


Christian service is sacrificial – it always costs something. Is God pressing you into service to help someone near you who is suffering? Don't wait, jump into action!

Assistive Technology Update with Josh Anderson
ATU573 – A New Way to Braille with Jerry Drake

Assistive Technology Update with Josh Anderson

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 27:08


Your weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs. Special Guest – Jerry Drake – Founder and CEO – Educational Media Consulting LLC Contact Jerry: jerrydrake@comcast.net Stories: GAAD Website: https://bit.ly/3sQfB9R No Mouse Day Story: https://bit.ly/3wjs4na —————————— If […]

Accessibility Minute with Laura Medcalf

Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs! If you're looking for an app that allows you to annotate anything on your screen, check out Presentify.  Presentify is a macOS menu bar […]

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast
How to Flourish Within Your Limitations - Katherine Wolf

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 20:32


Katherine Wolf kicked off Season 4 with a conversation about suffering. After surviving a catastrophic stroke at age 26, which left her with profound disabilities, Katherine now works to break down the myth that joy can only be found in a pain-free life. Here, in Episode Two, Katherine digs deeper into the topic of suffering, and particularly, how to flourish within our limitations. We as believers have all been there: we make a request to God in prayer, then wait for him to give us what we want. When we don't get the results or answer we hope for, we get frustrated, perplexed, or even angry with God. Katherine offers insight about how to trust God when he doesn't answer prayers the way we hope he will. When it comes to suffering well, she highlights the importance of the narratives we believe and tell about our lives—past, present, and future. She shares how to reframe and redefine the hardest parts of life: tragedy, disability, loss, and grief, with God's goodness and his good story as the ultimate hope-giving reality.From a wheelchair to social isolation, to illness or disability, Katherine sheds fresh light on the concept of limitations. She shares how her disability has catalyzed a powerful reframe in her life: seeing limitations as opportunities rather than barriers. Because of Jesus, we can do hard things in the good story he is writing through each of our lives.Key Questions:How can we trust God when he doesn't answer our prayers the way we want him to?How can we cope with pain, grief, or disability?How can we find hope amid suffering?Key Scripture:“Suffering produces perseverance; perseverance, character; and character, hope. And hope does not put us to shame.” Romans 5:3-4Additional Resources:Listen to A Deeper Healing with Joni Eareckson TadaListen to  How God Meets Us in Suffering with Vaneetha RisnerSend Crystal a message with your comments and questions. Find more encouragement through Joni Eareckson Tada's radio podcast, daily devotional, or by following us on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.Support Joni and Friends to help make this podcast possible. Joni and Friends envisions a world where every person with a disability finds hope, dignity, and their place in the body of Christ. Founded by international disability advocate Joni Eareckson Tada, the ministry provides Christ-centered care through  Joni's House, Wheels for the World, and Retreats and Getaways, as well as disability ministry training and higher education courses through the Christian Institute on Disability. 

Joni and Friends Radio
Your Prayer Closet

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 4:00


Do you find yourself thinking that God exists for your beck and call? Think again – let your afflictions lead you into your prayer closet. Only then can your emptiness meet God's fullness.

The Words Matter Podcast with Oliver Thomson
The Clinical Reasoning Series – Navigating uncertainty with Dr Nathalia Costa

The Words Matter Podcast with Oliver Thomson

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 68:29


Welcome to another episode of The Words Matter Podcast.So we are up to the 8th episode of the Clinical Reasoning Series and on today I'm speaking with Dr Nathalia Costa about clinical uncertainty. Nathalia is a Brazilian physiotherapist who completed PhD studies in Australia used mixed-methods to investigate the nature of low back pain flares (see here). This PhD work was won the Lumbar Spine Research Prize awarded by the Society for Study of the Lumbar Spine in 2021 (see Nathalia's other research here).Nathalia is currently working as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Universities of Queensland (UQ) and Sydney (USyd) investigating how both clinicians and people with low back pain navigate uncertainty during clinical encounters. And as such we speak about her work investigating uncertainty and talk around a paper, she and her colleagues published this year titled 'Uncertainty in low back pain care – insights from an ethnographic study', published in the journal Disability and Rehabilitation (see paper here) and a previous podcast on ethnography here with Dr Fiona Webster here).So on this episode we speak about: What uncertainty is and allude to the different ways and taxonomies used to describe it. Different sources of uncertainty and use the ambiguous nature of low back pain as an exemplar. The ways that we as clinicians might neglect uncertainty or attend to it. How we often seek to reduce uncertainty through the use of clinical reasoning or the application of evidence for examples through clinical guidelines. We talk about how an intolerance to uncertainty may prompt binary thinking and cause us to retreat to the comfort of the biomedical model and biomedical thinking. Occasions when we really do want to be certain as we can possibly be, and that there may be some ethical and therapeutic merit in communicating this to our patients. How uncertainty with low back pain is imbued with emotions – on both patient and clinician's part. How clinicians may emphasise uncertainty to patients, intentionally or unintentionally and the resulting impact that this might have on the balance of power within the relationship And we reflect on ways that clinicians better navigate uncertainty. So this was another brilliant conversation. Uncertainty, whether we like it or not surrounds and often defines our clinical work and is the omnipresent elephant in the clinical room and lives of our patients. Nathalia's work provides some crucial insights into the slippery and uncomfortable nature of clinical uncertainty which can allow us to reflect on how it make us and our patients feel and consider how we react in the face of it.As always, I have linked Nathalia's paper in the show notes, but please look out for a follow up paper which adopts a theory-driven post-qualitative approach to explore clinicians' experiences navigating uncertainty when working with patients with low back pain (see podcasts here on post-qualitative research here and here).Find Nathalia on Twitter @nathaliaccosta1Support the podcast and contribute via Patreon hereIf you liked the podcast, you'll love The Words Matter online course and mentoring to develop your clinical expertise  - ideal for all MSK therapists.Follow Words Matter on:Instagram @Wordsmatter_education @TheWordsMatterPodcastTwitter @WordsClinicalFacebook Words Matter - Improving Clinical CommunicationFind Nathalia on Twitter @nathaliaccosta1★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Occupational Therapy Insights
Not Defined by His Disability: Soccer Mastery

Occupational Therapy Insights

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 1:59


Not Defined by His Disability: Soccer Mastery

Joni and Friends Radio
Promises Mean Everything

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:00


Do you ever feel like you're in over your head with your suffering? Hold fast to the promises of God – they are ways out of despair. These promises will give you strength for the journey, because you are not far from home.

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Michelle Cleveland coaches her clients to be the best versions of themselves.The lessons she learned from two of her children who had learning differences taught her to meet her clients where they are and support them in their individuality. What informs her work even more deeply is what it took for her to create a good life after the suicides of two of her sons. She has been able to find meaning and purpose both in her coaching and business consultant work and as an advocate in the area of mental health and suicide.

Och Menno
EP 134 - Surfing Bird- Millenials, Gender, Wehrpflicht und 100k Idioten

Och Menno

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 23:15


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nsjs0wsFVcg   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Millennials#In_the_United_States_2 https://www.queer.de/detail.php?article_id=42031 https://edition.cnn.com/2022/05/16/asia/us-navy-woman-aircraft-carrier-commander-intl-hnk-ml/index.html https://edition.cnn.com/2022/01/21/politics/uss-constitution-first-female-commanding-officer/index.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_McNamara https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Project_100,000 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Disability_draft https://digitalcommons.lasalle.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=&httpsredir=1&article=1014&context=vietnamgeneration https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McNamara_fallacy https://notpoliticallycorrect.me/2020/01/19/mcnamaras-morons/ https://twitter.com/igorsushko/status/1525971884101103617 https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wehrpflicht_in_Deutschland https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0093058/soundtrack https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forrest_Gump    

Myelin & Melanin
Episode 154 |It's Not Abortion, The Real Issue is Ableism

Myelin & Melanin

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 40:08


This weekend, we experienced several mass shootings, more specifically, mass murders -- terrorist, white supremacist hate crimes, at that. We grieve for those we lost at the hands of a white supremacist, terrorist in Buffalo, New York. Join us as we gather our thoughts about the collective white supremacist nightmare we're living through. We also chat about white supremacy, abortion, body autonomy, reproductive freedom, ableism and more. Forgive our technical hiccups (5 min, 32 sec). We're tired, and technology can be weird and unpredictable. Corrections/Notes: At about 12 min, 9 sec, Carlos references Dylanf Roof -- he meant Kyle Rittenhouse We discuss the following article: https://19thnews.org/2022/05/how-people-with-disabilities-feel-abortion/ at about 19 min, 26 sec. At aprox. 23 min, 40 sec #BecauseMS, Carlos misconstrued anti-abortion activist, Melissa Ortiz's sentiments about spina bifida, disability and abortion (she was advocating against abortion); Daana's personal sentiments, remain unchanged, though (she said what she said) --   Daana Townsend (she/her) a Professor and content creator; and Carlos Kareem Windham (they/them), a comedian, facilitator and musician -- each living with Multiple Sclerosis -- are your hosts this season and explore the intersections of race, culture, politics, disability and all the things.  Join us as we Raise the Temp! Connect with us. Instagram: Daana @retrosoul__ Carlos @elcaballonegrito Podcast Socials: Instagram: @myelinmelanin Twitter: @myelinmelanin Facebook: @myelinandmelanin Website: http://myelinandmelanin.com

UBC News World
This US Veteran Disability Claim Coaching Agency Helps Improve Your Outcome

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 2:27


The only thing worse than filling out veteran disability claim forms is hearing that your claim has been rejected. The unique coaching services from VDC Bootcamp help you mount a successful campaign. Go to https://vdcbootcamp.com (https://vdcbootcamp.com) for more information.

Real Talk: A Diversity in Higher Ed Podcast
Ringing the Alarm: Emergency Media and Inequality

Real Talk: A Diversity in Higher Ed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 53:52


KC and Jamil meet with Liz Ellcessor, associate professor of Media Studies at the University of Virginia, about her new book In Case of Emergency: How Technologies Mediate Crisis and Normalize Inequality. Together they discuss emergency media, surveillance technologies, safety on college campuses, and much more. Dr. Ellcessor is a Senior Faculty Fellow at the Miller Center for Public Affairs at UVA. She is also the author of Restricted Access: Media, Disability, and the Politics of Participation and co-editor of Disability Media Studies. More about Liz and a discount code for the book at https://www.lizellcessor.org/ (https://www.lizellcessor.org/)!

Living Corporate
Buffalo, Disability, & White Supremacist Terrorism (w/ Imani Barbarin)

Living Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 63:32


Zach opens the show by addressing the white supremacist domestic terror attack in Buffalo last weekend and Twitch's history of disinterest and negligence in Black people. Imani Barbarin joins the show to talk about the intersection of race, gender, and disability.  Connect with Imani on LinkedIn, Twitter, & Instagram. https://bit.ly/3FVTVOD https://bit.ly/3Nh3Dh5 https://bit.ly/39Tw5qP Interested in learning more about Imani's work? Check out her website. https://bit.ly/3wizcS6 Visit CrutchesAndSpice.com, a space for community, advocacy and expression for the under-represented disabled community. https://bit.ly/3wmXxq0 Read the Rolling Out article Zach mentioned in the introduction. https://bit.ly/3Lnedl8 Interested in supporting Living Corporate? Check out our Support page. https://bit.ly/3egO3Dk

Heartland POD
Luke Barber for MO-89 (D)

Heartland POD

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 24:32


Host: Adam SommerGuest: Luke BarberAdam is joined for a chat by Luke Barber, a democrat and disability advocate running for the Missouri House in the 89th district. Luke explains why his diagnosis on the autism spectrum is an asset to his ability to represent the people of the 89th district in Missouri. https://heartlandpod.com/Twitter: @TheHeartlandPODChange The Conversation

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast
Episode 40: [Parent Spotlight] [Emotions and IEP Prep] with Victoria from A Contagious Smile

Elevate Your Advocacy Through the IEP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 19:37


What better way to learn how to advocate in an IEP than from parents just like you who have been there? Stick to the end to learn Victoria's reccomendations for getting your child a supportive and effective learning plan! Shownotes: www.parentfriendlyot.com/episode40 EYA Insiders Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/365033878323074/

The Love Food Podcast
[Real Life] Meet Lara Minges

The Love Food Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 31:20


Have you ever tried to access ways to help your complicated relationship with food, but found you just were kept out for whatever reason? This week, Lara Minges sits down with us to talk about her letter to her body, disability education, and community. Subscribe and leave a review here in just seconds. Mentioned in this episode: Lara's website / Adios Barbie / Roxane Gay Disability resources: Books about disability culture, history, and experience / Disability videos by disabled people / Robyn Lambird / #DisabilityTooWhite presentation Food peace resources: Julie Dillon RD blog / PCOS + Food Peace Free Roadmap / PCOS + Food Peace Course / Food Peace Syllabus / 6 Keys To Food Peace / My PCOS Manifesto If you're curious about what it looks like to stop pursuing weight loss, click here for some fabulous freebies that will help guide you in your journey! Do you have a complicated relationship with food? I want to help! Send your Dear Food letter to info@juliedillonrd.com.  Click here to leave me a review in iTunes and subscribe. This type of kindness helps the show continue! Find FREE food voice resources here. Thank you for supporting Find Your Food Voice!

RNIB Connect
1229: Emily Davison on disability and identity

RNIB Connect

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 9:40


How does your disability affect your identity, and how does society's pre-conceptions of disability affect the way you define yourself? Ellie's been discussing these two questions and more with VI Journalist Emily Davison... To follow Emily, you can find her on Twitter @DavisonEm and on Instagram @fashioneyesta2012 To read Emily's articles please go to this website All by Emily Davison | Metro UK (Image shows: Emily next to her river, cuddling her guide dog who has their front two pours up on the river all.)

The Lucky Few
161. Let's Talk About Abortion & Disability

The Lucky Few

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 46:54


You've probably seen the recent debates about abortion in the news and on social media. We're not here to get political but these debates do give us the opportunity to call out a huge issue: people on both sides see individuals with disabilities as less than human. And today we're talking about it (as best as we can). Because we acknowledge the amount of support it takes to raise a child with Down syndrome and the way that having certain privileges makes things a little simpler. And we also know that our systems don't support our children well once they're born. So much change needs to happen.. and we think changing the perception of Down syndrome is a good place to start. You're invited to sit in this discomfort and uncertainty with us as we discuss disability, abortion, and the value of a human. -- SHOW NOTES Check out the post we mention from Amy Julia Becker. Listen to previous episodes about abortion and disability: 99. Our Response to “The Last Children with Down Syndrome” by Sarah Zhang 34. Our Response to the East Family's Negative Down Syndrome Diagnosis 31. An Important Conversation about Abortion & Down Syndrome Get involved with The Lucky Few Foundation's Summer Storytelling Tour HERE. Pre-order Everyone Belongs by Heather Avis HERE. LET'S CHAT Email hello@theluckyfewpodcast.com with your questions and Good News for future episodes. HELP US SHIFT THE NARRATIVE Interested in partnering with The Lucky Few Podcast as a sponsor? Email hello@theluckyfewpodcast.com for more information! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theluckyfewpod/support

SMA News & Perspectives
#106: A Conversation About Women's Mental Health With Rare Disease and Disability Advocates

SMA News & Perspectives

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 33:14


In episode 106, host Kevin Schaefer talks with a group of rare disease and disability advocates about women's mental health. Panelists include Charlene Marshall, licensed mental health professional, and columnist for Pulmonary Fibrosis News; Brianna Albers, columnist for SMA News Today; Gabrielle Runyon, a college student with SMA at the University of Louisville; and Jessie Madrigal writer for endometriosis.net and mental health advocate. They all share their experiences managing their mental health and offer advice for others in disability spaces. ================================ Charlene's column: https://pulmonaryfibrosisnews.com/living-with-ipf-charlene-marshall/ Brianna's column: https://smanewstoday.com/the-wolf-finally-frees-itself-brianna-albers/ Gabrielle's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gab.davetta/ Jessie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/weemissjess ================================ To learn more about Evrysdi, please visit http://www.ApprovedForSMA.com ================================ To take part in our ongoing discussions regarding SMA, please visit www.smanewstoday.com/forums ================================ For the most up-to-date information regarding SMA, please visit www.smanewstoday.com

Unrestricted with Ben Leber
"Monster" Mike Schultz. Paralympics Gold Medalist. 10 Time X-Games Gold Medalist

Unrestricted with Ben Leber

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 76:00


Special Thanks:http://jaxcafe.com/ Historic Steakhouse in Northeast Minneapolis. Serving steaks not trendsMike Schultz:Athlete. Author. Entrepreneur. Innovator. Speakerhttps://www.monstermikeschultz.com/  Personal websitehttps://biodaptinc.com/  Specialized high performance prostheticshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bg4VXYUPbAQ  SpeakerDriven to Ride: The True Story of an Elite Athlete who Rebuilt his Leg, his Life and his Careerhttps://www.amazon.com/Driven-Ride-Athlete-Rebuilt-Career/dp/1629379131/ref=sr_1_1?crid=11LPCWB2PHQR1&keywords=driven+to+ride+by+mike+schultz&qid=1652670146&sprefix=driven+to+ride%2Caps%2C131&sr=8-1- X-Games Gold Medalist (10X)- Snocross. Motocross. Snowbike- Professional Snocross Racer (2003-2008)- 2008 Life Changing Injury- 2018 Pyeongchange Paraolympics. Opening Ceremony Flag Bearer. Banked Slalom (Silver Medal). Snowboardcross (Gold Medalist)- 2022 Beijing Paraolympics. Banked Slalom (5th Place). Snowboardcross (Silver Medal). ESPY Award for "Best Male Athlete with a Disability"

Joni and Friends Radio
Bringing Comfort

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 4:00


How can you encourage and bring comfort to those around you who are struggling? Offer your presence and be there for them! Find more practical ways to encourage at joniradio.org.

Happy Homebirth
Is Homebirth Still Safe After a Diagnosed Disability?

Happy Homebirth

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 93:37


When you have a child with special needs, does that mean you're automatically risked out of homebirth care for your future pregnancies?   Today we'll be speaking with  Bekah, a 30 years old mom of 3 living in upstate SC. Bekah is a licensed cosmetologist turned stay at home mom, whose oldest child was diagnosed with Rett Syndrome when she was 2.5.  This has played a huge part in she and her husband's journey as parents. Bekah lives for birth stories and she's incredibly excited to be able to share my 3 home birth experiences.   Episode Roundup:  You can't judge a book, or a laboring mother, by the cover.  And this goes both ways.  A mother may be presenting as totally zen, but that doesn't mean she isn't truly having to reach down deep within herself to work through her birthing experience.  And likewise, we certainly cannot assume that a loud, vocal mother is feeling out of control.  Heck, it can be so cathartic to ROAR a baby out, and sometimes that's just the noise our body chooses to make– it having nothing to do with how perfectly calm we're feeling on the inside. Next, I want to remind you that giving birth at home is not for a small handful of mothers.  Bekah knew that she wanted to give birth at home not only with her first, but continuing on.  Despite Alice's genetic condition, Bekah recognized that had no bearing on her ability to give birth at home, and it didn't make her feel uncomfortable in the slightest. And finally, I'm just so humbled by birth and by motherhood.  Just like birth, we can prepare spectacularly, yet no outcome can be guaranteed.  It's the same with motherhood, and every aspect of life.  Bekah did not expect for her daughter and her family to be faced with the hurdle of Rett disease, but that is the reality that they face as a family together.  This life- our expectations- we must constantly remind ourselves to hold it all with an open hand, as we realize that so much is outside of our control.  And just like with labor, we can fight against it, or we can release into it and find the beauty.  It's one of the things that I love about Bekah– the way that she is finding beauty even in the midst of difficulty.  I'm so grateful to know and learn from her.   Resources: Happy Homebirth Academy FREE Homebirth Essentials Guide Approaching Home

This Glorious Mess
Parenting With A Disability: Eliza Hull's Story

This Glorious Mess

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 21:49


When Eliza Hull first brought up with her trusted doctor that she'd like a baby, she was ecstatic. That was until he advised her not to because of her disability. Eliza is the author of We've Got This: Stories By Disabled Parents. She joins Tegan and Leigh to talk about her experience as a parent and writing her book, plus how her disability has made her a better parent. Plus, Tegan and Leigh share their Nails & Fails, including an unwanted Buzz Lightyear doll and a bite on the bum. THE END BITS  Subscribe to Mamamia Click here to buy We've Got This: Stories by Disabled Parents Survey Link: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6772442/Mamamia-Brand-Uplift-Study-Nappies-Baby-Food-Snacking GET IN TOUCH: Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at tgm@mamamia.com.au CREDITS: Host: Leigh Campbell & Tegan Natoli Guest:Eliza Hull Producer: Emmeline Peterson Audio Engineer: Leah Porges Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and we aim to get to 1,000. Find out more on mamamia.com.au  Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Full Story
What are Australia's major parties promising for the future of the NDIS?

Full Story

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 29:13


People with disability say their NDIS support is being cut and the process to appeal the decision is weighted against them. The Coalition has previously claimed the cost of the scheme is blowing out, but is promising to ‘fully fund' it going forward, while Labor is proposing a major overhaul to the NDIS if it wins government. Laura Murphy-Oates speaks to Guardian Australia's social affairs and inequality editor, Luke Henriques-Gomes, about reports that crucial disability supports are being cut and what the major parties are planning for the future of the NDIS

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast
Learning in PT School with a Physical Disability - Dr. Clare Doss

The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 32:06


In this episode of the HET Podcast, our co-host Farley Schweighart launches her first episode by interviewing one of her former students, Dr. Clare A Doss. Join us for a conversation about physical therapy education with students with disabilities from an instructor and student perspective. Biography: Dr. Clare A Doss, PT, DPT is a Physical Therapy Specialist in Berryville, Arkansas. She graduated with honors in 2020. She has more than 2 years of diverse experiences.

Disability After Dark
EPISODE 294: Letting Australia's Leading Men's Sex Coach Cam Fraser Ask ME Questions about Sex and Disability [Part 1]

Disability After Dark

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 90:40


On episode 294, I sit down with Australia's Leading Men's Sex Coach Cam Fraser to let him ask me questions about sex and disability.  We explore language, how to make Cam's coaching practice more accessible, Cam interrogates some of his own ableism and so much more.  Enjoy!       You can follow and support Cam Fraser here: https://linktr.ee/camfraser400     Apply now to be on Disability After Dark by e-mailing disabilityafterdarkpod@gmail.com or going to this link:   https://calendly.com/disabilityafterdarkpod/disabilityafterdark  Pre-order your Bump'n Joystick RIGHT NOW, or get a gift card for a friend at www.getbumpn.com  Hire Kristen Williams for disability centric therapy by e-mailing kristen.williams10@gmail.com  You can buy DISABILITY AFTER DARK themed MERCH HERE.

Palsys With Palsies
PWP 49: Humor, Sexuality, and Vulnerability of "The Sessions"

Palsys With Palsies

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 63:38


Follow us on Twitter and Facebook!Donte to the Julian Way so that they can continue to support those with disabilities Here!In this week's episode we discuss the 2012 movie, "The Sessions," staring John Hawkes and Helen Hunt, which we both deeply enjoyed. Based on the essay, "On Seeing a Sex Surrogate" by writer and poet Mark O'Brien, the film explores Mark's journey of self discovery with sex alongside a sexual surrogate. Justin talks about his early dating life, noting how he felt seen when watching this movie. We also discuss the continued problem of non-disabled actors playing disabled characters; doesn't matter how good the film is, it needs to change. And of course look at Mark O'Brien's essay and poetry, both of which are real gift! Below are the links to the movie review, essay, and poem referenced in the show:'On Seeing a Sex Surrogate' by Mark O'BrienDisability Horizons movie review by Kirsty Liddiard'Love Poem for No-one In Particular' by Mark O'BrienMusic is  Tekilla Sunrise by Jon Presstone

Honest Money
Q&A On Offshore + Credit Investing & The Difference Between Life, Disability, Funeral + Income Protection Policies & More

Honest Money

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 16:54


In today's episode, Warren Ingram answers your questions around investing offshore, more on RSA retail bonds, investing on credit, and touches on the importance (& the difference) between life cover, income policies, funeral cover, and disability cover. Topics/ Questions: What would you do with a large lump sum if you want the money to do offshore? Do you wait till the exchange rate drops? And what do you think of the RSA retail bonds at 9.75% guaranteed for 5 years? I have access to money on credit with a 17% interest rate after 62 days. I don't have debt and I've just retired, I'd like to use R20,000- R30,0000 to invest in shares on the Easy Equities platform, what are your ideas and suggestions? I see a lot of talk of retirement and investing. Should I take life cover, funeral cover, or both? I've also seen disability cover, please can you help. Have a question for Warren? Don't forget to voice note your questions through our WhatsApp chat on (+27) 72 934 4218 and you could be featured in one of our episodes. Follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more Financial Freedom content: @HonestMoneyPod

Progressively Horrified
Train to Busan (aka Sad Dad, Thicc Dad) with Chris Sanchez

Progressively Horrified

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 116:02


Trigger Warnings:  children in danger, death, zombies, instensely stressful situations throughout, blood, gore, intense violence  Scare Level: TERRIFYING  The BasicsDirector: Sang-Ho YeonWriters: Joo-Suk Park, Sang-ho YeonStars: Gong Yoo, Yu-mi Jung, Ma Dong-seok (you may also know as Don Lee), Su-an Kim, Kim Eui-sung, Choi Woo-sik, and former K-Pop star SoheeIMDB says: While a zombie virus breaks out in South Korea, passengers struggle to survive on the train from Seoul to Busan.Recommendations:Chris: The HandmaidenBen: SnowpiercerEmily: 28 Days LaterJeremy UnstoppableFollow our guest Chris Sanchez Follow us on twitter @proghorrorpodFollow Emily on twitter @megamothEmily's Website: Megamoth.netFollow Ben on twitter @benthekahnPre-Order Ben's new book, Renegade Rule.Follow Jeremy on twitter @jrome58Visit his website at JeremyWhitley.comRSS Feed: https://feeds.transistor.fm/progressively-horrifiedWebsite: https://progressivelyhorrified.transistor.fm/Join our Patreon at: patreon.com/progressivelyhorrified to support the show, get bonus episodes, early access to upcoming episodes, and a cool Progressively Horrified t-shirt.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

A Moment with Joni Eareckson Tada
Prayer at the Trumpet Blast

A Moment with Joni Eareckson Tada

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 1:00


When you're in pain, sound the trumpet blast to friends who will lift you up in prayer before the Lord.

Assistive Technology Update with Josh Anderson
ATU572 – Braze Mobility with Dr. Pooja Viswanathan

Assistive Technology Update with Josh Anderson

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 27:08


Your weekly dose of information that keeps you up to date on the latest developments in the field of technology designed to assist people with disabilities and special needs. Special Guest: Dr. Pooja Viswanathan – Co-Founder and CEO – Braze Mobility Website: www.brazemobility.com Stories: MIT story: https://bit.ly/3siI1ZG Bridging Apps: Website: https://bridgingapps.org/ —————————— If you have an […]

Accessibility Minute with Laura Medcalf
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Accessibility Minute with Laura Medcalf

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 2:00


Hey there! Welcome to Accessibility Minute, your weekly look at Assistive Technology, those clever tools and devices designed to help people who have difficulties with vision, mobility, hearing, or other special needs! The American Academy of Family Physicians is saying that up to 50% of children will experience some sort of sleep challenge.  Sleeping issues are especially […]

Entrepreneur Mindset-Reset with Tracy Cherpeski
EP 52: Advocating for Persons with Albinism with Boma René Boma

Entrepreneur Mindset-Reset with Tracy Cherpeski

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 45:45


Today we're speaking with Boma René Boma, of White African Music, and Social Entrepreneur and Disability rights activist, particularly for persons with Albinism in Cameroon and across the African continent.  Boma shares his journey as a person with Albinism, how he was drawn to educate through music, and how he became a consultant to the UN on Albinism in Africa to unite and fight for people with albinism and its associated disabilities.   You won't want to miss when he shares how you can support people with Albinism in Cameroon and throughout Africa by supporting sunscreen distribution. Links below. Some of the statistics he shares about people living with Albinism are shocking, like this one: 80% of people with Albinism die before the age of 40 due to skin cancer.  In Cameroon and much of Africa, they are still fighting to accommodate people living with disabilities in an education setting. Boma and White African Music are raising funds and raising awareness through music to sensitize teachers, provide sunglasses and corrective lenses to children in need, and provide sunscreen to persons living with Albinism. Sunscreen is very difficult to find and is prohibitively expensive for most people in Cameroon and across Africa. Boma and his team host annual distribution of free sunscreen in their “No Sunburn, No Cancer” initiative. Please see the links in the show notes to support this important initiative.  There's so much to love about this interview, and I sincerely hope you feel led to support Boma's initiatives either by making a donation to their foundation, or by sharing far and wide. Anything you do to support this initiative will be appreciated and WILL make a difference.  So, I invite you now to grab a beverage or a snack and settle-in to listen to Boma and his amazing journey. Find Boma: ☎️ 00237670878701 African Albinism Ambassadors https://m.facebook.com/African-Albinism-Ambassadors-456400451593122/?hc_location=ufi White African Music https://ne-np.facebook.com/WHITE-African-MUSIC-1428928980762701/community/?ref=page_internal CNN Feature https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.cnn.com/cnn/2016/06/21/africa/albino-rappers-cameroon/index.html BBC Interview https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php? story_fbid=1559211574401107&id=1428928980762701 CRTV, DW Feature https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.dw.com/en/rapper-twins-shrug-off-stigma-of-albinism/a-16215710 Albinism and African Union's Action on Albinism https://www.un.org/en/observances/albinism-day GoFundMe: https://gofund.me/d96edbde Connect With Us: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/entrepreneur_mindset_podcast/  Schedule Strategy Session with Tracy: https://www.tracycherpeski.com/medical-practices

In Sixteen Years of Endometriosis
Ep89: Endometriosis and Disability

In Sixteen Years of Endometriosis

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 68:23


We break down the definition of disability under the ADA or the Americans with Disabilities Act, as well as mention the WHO criteria. We also discuss dynamic as well as “invisible” or non-apparent disability. This is the first episode in a series we are doing on disability. CONNECT WITH US! INSTAGRAM: @in16yearsofendo WEBSITE AND RESOURCES: insixteenyears.com LIKE OUR SHOW? Please rate it or leave a review!

Memories With A Beat
She Used To Be Mine with Avery Thatcher

Memories With A Beat

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 25:04


Introducing Avery...you see Avery's name used to be Heather!  Heather was working as an RN and was working loooong shifts.  Christmas morning of 2018, the Charge Nurse, of the pediatric ICU, "commanded" her to go home saying she didn't look too well.  Heather would find herself so sick that she was bedridden. Heather was newly married and "In sickness and in health" came a lot soon than either of them had expected!  Heather officially had a chronic illness and disability overnight.  Heather mourned the loss of who she used to be.  She decided two years later to make a fresh start and changing her name felt right.  After sifting through baby names, the one that stood out to her was Avery.  Fast forward to current day Avery is going through the legal process to be Avery officially and feels as though she has truly found herself!  Avery now helps highly sensitive people prevent and reverse the negative health effects of stress. Full Show Notes

Talking Tudors
Episode 156 - Disability at the Renaissance Royal Courts with Jessica Secmezsoy-Urquhart

Talking Tudors

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:39


Natalie Grueninger speaks with Jessica Secmezsoy-Urquhart about the lives of people with disabilities at the Tudor and Renaissance Courts.  Follow Jessica on Twitter. Find out more about your host at On the Tudor Trail.  Buy Talking Tudors merchandise at https://talkingtudors.threadless.com/ Join our Talking Tudors Podcast Facebook group for all the behind-the-scenes news and updates. I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all my wonderful patrons! If you love Talking Tudors and would like to show your appreciation, and support the work I do, I invite you to become a part of the Talking Tudors family and become my patron! Music break courtesy of guitarist Jon Sayles.

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast
Let's Talk About Suffering: What Does it Mean to "Suffer Strong?" - Katherine Wolf

Joni and Friends Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:00


Crystal and Katherine discuss what it means to “suffer strong,” and how community plays a key role in leaning on God through suffering. They explore what it means to heal—not just the body but the soul, and the difference between curing and healing.Katherine also gives tips about how to encourage and support people in suffering—what to do and say, and, just as importantly, what NOT to do and say.No matter what difficulties we face, Katherine's wisdom gives refreshment and insight on what it takes to suffer strong, embracing God's good story that he writes in each of our lives. Key Questions:What does it mean to suffer well?How can I reframe my suffering?Is it possible to find healing if there is no cure for the condition, disability, or pain that I live with?Key Scripture:“I will give you hidden treasures, riches stored in secret places, so that you may know that I am the Lord, the God of Israel, who summons you by name.” Isaiah 45:3Additional Resources:Listen to  How God Meets Us in Suffering with Vaneetha RisnerListen to A Deeper Healing with Joni Eareckson TadaFind community at Joni and Friends Retreats and Getaways  Support Joni and Friends to help make this podcast possible.Send Crystal a message with your comments and questions.  Joni and Friends envisions a world where every person with a disability finds hope, dignity, and their place in the body of Christ.Founded by international disability advocate Joni Eareckson Tada, the ministry provides Christ-centered care through Joni's House, Wheels for the World, and Retreats and Getaways, as well as  disability ministry training and higher education courses through the Christian Institute on Disability. Find more encouragement through Joni's radio podcast, daily devotional, and follow us on TikTok, Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube.

Queer Movie Podcast
Margarita with a Straw (Queer Disability)

Queer Movie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 77:20


We natter about Margarita with a Straw, starring Kalki Koechlin and directed by Shonali Bose, telling the story of a horny Indian student with cerebral palsy. We're a serious podcast and have a sponsor, SquareSpace support us! Help make the podcast profitable by going to squarespace.com/queermovie, and by using the code 'queermovie' at checkout. This is a queer movie watch party for your ears, hosted by Rowan Ellis and Jazza John. Join us as we take a look at the queer film canon, one genre at a time. From rom-coms to slashers, contemporary arthouse cinema to comedy classics - Queer Movie Podcast is a celebration of all things queer on the silver screen! New episodes every other Thursday. Find Us on the Internet Super Highway - Twitter: https://twitter.com/QueerMoviePod  - Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thequeermoviepodcast - Website: http://www.queermoviepodcast.co.uk/  - Multitude: @MultitudeShows Production - Hosts: Rowan Ellis and Jazza John - Editor: Julia Schifini - Executive Producer: Multitude - Artwork: Jessica E. Boyd

Love in Action
Gene Boes: Northwest Center

Love in Action

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 50:31


Gene Boes is President and CEO of Northwest Center, where he has served since 2018. Northwest Center works to promote DE&I: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. Started in 1965, the Center has spent over 50 years serving children and adults with disabilities. Prior to his work with Northwest Center, Gene had an impressive and successful career. He worked in consulting and leadership roles for Loft9, Microsoft, Deloitte, as well as serving in the US Navy and holding an adjunct professorship at Seattle Pacific University and Seattle University. Visit Northwest Center to learn more about their services. Highlights: As Gene says, “Until everyone is allowed to engage and contribute, none of us reach our potential.” [7:30] That's the mission and the core belief of the Northwest Center. The organization works for full inclusivity because that's ultimately how everyone succeeds.  “The four founding mothers continue to impact every zip code in the United States.” [9:50] Gene told a great story about the founding of the Northwest Center, and how the organization got nationwide legislation passed.  “The truth of it is disability is not always visible.” [11:45] The fact is, we need to examine our definition of disability. It's important that we understand disabilities aren't always clear to the naked eye. Gene talked a little bit about this and how crucial it is.  “People with disability are not broken. They don't need to be fixed.” [12:20] quote for the thing “There's an obstacle. There's a challenge that they have to overcome to live successfully through everyday life. But the truth is we, the abled, put those obstacles in place and it's really our responsibility to take those obstacles away through accommodation and being more thoughtful.” [12:26] “A lot of effort with Northwest Center is around education.” [17:30] The Northwest Center knows that education fuels change. So, they practice constant outreach to improve the lives of DE&I people around the nation.  “Disability hiring is good for business. Don't do this because it's socially responsible. Certainly don't think of it as charity – it's not.” [21:28] Gene told me how disability hiring can benefit businesses. All too often, business owners think of hiring DE&I people as just a ‘good deed.' That's the wrong way to look at things.  “It's an enormous business benefit to be inclusive, but it's not easy.” [31:20] Ultimately, hiring DE&I is hugely beneficial for a variety of reasons. But that doesn't mean it's simple – Gene tells me why.  “At Northwest Center, we have nearly 1,000 employees. I work for 1,000 people. They don't work for me, I work for them. So when you think about having the biggest impact as a leader, I think listening is an incredibly important trait.” [42:17] “To lead with practical love day in and day out is to remind yourself at the start of every day what you're there for: to lift other people up.” [43:35] We ended with Gene's thoughts on practical love and love in action. These were some tremendously insightful words on the importance of carrying love with you during your workday.  Resources: Inc. article mentioned: https://www.inc.com/marcel-schwantes/5-ways-to-make-your-workplace-more-inclusive-for-what-is-now-largest-minority-population.html Northwest Center on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nwcenter  Northwest Center on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/northwest-center/  Northwest Center on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/nwcenter

Am I the Jerk?
Entitled Mom STEALS MY DISABILITY PAYCHECKS that I NEVER Signed Up for

Am I the Jerk?

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 22:11


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Joni and Friends Radio
The Trial of Bearing Fruit

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 4:00


Christians are promised suffering in this life! Suffering prunes you so that you might bear fruit, much like a gardener prunes a tree. Instead of being discouraged, let your suffering encourage you that you are a good tree in God's orchard!

History Extra podcast
Disabled people in Tudor times

History Extra podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 22:33


Phillipa Vincent-Connolly explores the lives of disabled people in the Tudor era. Speaking to Ellie Cawthorne, she uncovers complex attitudes to disability in the period, and reveals how some disabled figures played key roles at the royal court. (Ad) Phillipa Vincent-Connolly is the author of the Disability and the Tudors: All the King's Fools (Pen & Sword, 2021). Buy it now from Amazon:https://www.amazon.co.uk/Disability-Tudors-All-Kings-Fools/dp/1526720051#:~:text=Being%20disabled%20with%20cerebral%20palsy,UK%20with%20her%20two%20boys/?tag=bbchistory045-21&ascsubtag=historyextra-social-histboty See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Financial Confessions
Disability, Money, & The Dangers Of ”Wellness” Culture

The Financial Confessions

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 54:26


Chelsea speaks with writer and disability advocate Imani Barbarin about navigating our (lacking) healthcare system, how being disabled affects one's finances, and what everyone should know about living with a disability in America. Head to https://policygenius.com/TFC to get your free life insurance quotes and see how much you could save. MORE FROM IMANI: Imani Barbarin on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Imani_Barbarin Imani's website: https://crutchesandspice.com TO FIND US: The Financial Diet site: http://www.thefinancialdiet.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thefinancialdiet Twitter: https://twitter.com/TFDiet Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thefinancialdiet 

Joni and Friends Radio
Not Forgotten

Joni and Friends Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:00


Healing doesn't always come in ways we expect – sometimes it even comes in the form of a wheelchair offering greater mobility! Through Joni and Friends, God is saving those who are crushed in spirit. We not only bring wheelchairs to those who need them, but we also bring the hope of the Gospel. Join the movement today at joniradio.org.