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Not Your Average Learning Disabilities Not Your Normal Learning Disabilities
Ability Stories: Discussing the Successes, Challenges and Stories of People with Disabilities The stories of people with disabilities–in their own words. Emphasis on the social model of disability and employment.
Special Criminals A podcast focusing on criminal cases where the subjects have been diagnosed with mental illnesses or disabilities. We discuss how these diagnoses and factors may have affected them or their crimes. We look at these crimes and criminals through an educational lens and dive into the specifics of their mental illnesses or disabilities.
‎DocsWithDisabilities Join hosts Drs. Lisa Meeks, Peter Poullos and guest hosts as they take a deeper dive into the experiences of health care providers with disabilities through critical conversations with the doctors, researchers, administrators, faculty and policy makers that work to ensure medicine remains an equal opportunity profession.
‎handiham – ham radio for people with disabilities A weekly audio update of ham radio and technology news from Courage Center's Handiham System, a program for people with disabilities at www.handiham.org.
‎Learning Disabilities in the Brain This podcast is about learning disabilities in the brain. I speak about dyslexia and interview a guest about their unique experience.

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Autism Parenting This playlist contains all the things I wish I had known when I first started on my autism parenting journey.

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theautismdad.com
The Autism Dad Podcast
Breast Cancer Awareness October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, but what things do we still need to know? Sam Hacker Audio Station
Top Mindset Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlists of snippets focusing on the mindset approach of healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Top Movement Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlist of snippets focusing on movement approach for healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs
Top Emotional Tips for Healing Back Pain A playlist of snippets focusing on the emotional approach of healing back pain. ‎Building Bulletproof Backs

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More Tailored Adaptions… I went to the Naidex conference this past month, designed around accessibility, disability & inclusion, meeting so many people in the process, doing amazing work.

I tried new adaptions via the exhibitor space that have could have potential enhance elements of my gym training. It was so good to see a variety of adaptive pieces of equipment for different environments – in the home, gym and other places.

More recently, it got me thinking further about adaptions when training. I’ve often found I’ve had to be very creative and make things work around my programme as opposed to having anything tailored toward challenges with dexterity. Does anyone have any other experiences with trailered adaptive technology at the gym?

I certainly do think there is more research going into this in recently. I don’t know the right answer for every adaption by all means, that being said, but it’s certainly looking likely there’s more items becoming available in the sector as an increasing number of people enjoy training and more products bring more inclusion and accessibility!

It has taken me a while over the years to test and tweak a number of wrist straps and attachments to make my programme fit into my disability and I’m determined to help further – by at least signposting these.

I’ve found a couple of products that work well for my own dexterity with cerebral palsy – my latest was a smaller but stronger stitched strap from 1MR. One piece I also sampled at Naidex was from Adaptive Hands with taping over the hand that secures a dumbbell in place – which I think would work very well for many.

I learnt so much, felt very connected with a community working hard to make change, provide a voice and to create a spark that help provide ideas and importantly actions to take on this path.
Ty Herndon: Living with Bipolar Disorder and Giving Back Joyce is thrilled to have as her guest, country music superstar, Ty Herndon, to the show. Mr. Herndon will discuss his career in the country music industry and living with bipolar disorder, which was diagnosed at the age of 59.
Scott Hammerstrom: BLA’s Programs and Services Joyce welcomes back Scott Hammerstrom, Manager of Programs and Partnerships, with the Bender Leadership Academy to the show.
Episode 66: Dr. Michelle Ludwig Michelle Ludwig, MD, MPH, PhD Description: In this episode, Baylor College of Medicine Associate Professor Dr. Michelle Ludwig discusses navigating life as a deaf individual. Listen or read along as she and Dr. Meeks converse about accommodations in medical school and beyond, the importance of self-advocacy, and the benefits of mentorship through The Association of Medical Professionals with Hearing Losses.  Bio:  Dr. Ludwig is an associate professor of radiation oncology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.  She went to Purdue University for undergraduate work, received her medical degree and master of public health degree from Emory University and completed residency at MD Anderson Cancer Center, and then served there as faculty there for 3 years. Additionally, she completed her Ph.D. in epidemiology at The University of Texas School of Public Health at Houston. She currently specializes in breast and gynecological cancer, including a high volume of gynecologic brachytherapy, and her research interests include cancer prevention, health education and clinical trials. Her career goals are to improve the oncologic care of breast and gynecological cancer patients by studying to improve radiation treatment and training the next generation of learners.  Since the age of 2, she has been profoundly deaf and is the faculty sponsor for the Baylor group for students with disabilities.  She is active with AMPHL (American Medical Professionals with Hearing Loss), reads lips and currently has her second Canine Companions hearing dog, Pam.   Transcript: https://bit.ly/Episode66_Transcript Key Words: DHOH, radiation oncology, Deaf, Service Dog, Sign Language Interpreting, Captioning, accommodations, medical education, operating room, AMPHL.
In episode 326, I sit down with my friend, songwriter Dani Saldo. We talk about her experiences being a songwriter with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and possibly a Traumatic Brain Injury. We talk about the hustle and grind culture of the music industry and how her disabilit” id=”2STaJi137ZA” vid=”2STaJi137ZA” id-for-player=”2STaJi137ZA” link=”/listen/episode-326-i-didnt-want-to-be-seen-as-the-disabled-artist-w-songwriter-dani-saldo-2STaJi137ZA/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 326: I didn’t want to be seen as “The Disabled Artist” w/ Songwriter Dani Saldo Episode Notes
In episode 326, I sit down with my friend, songwriter Dani Saldo. We talk about her experiences being a songwriter with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and possibly a Traumatic Brain Injury. We talk about the hustle and grind culture of the music industry and how her disabilities play a role in that, we explore disability grief, talk about talking about disability in music + so much more. Enjoy!
Follow Dani’s work here:https://www.instagram.com/dani.saldo/
Follow my work here: www.andrewgurza.com
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In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about ” id=”9Hjm75dDCbt” vid=”9Hjm75dDCbt” id-for-player=”9Hjm75dDCbt” link=”/listen/episode-327-having-a-big-talk-about-queerness-and-disability-with-a-andrews-9Hjm75dDCbt/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 327: Having a Big Talk About Queerness and Disability with A Andrews Episode Notes
In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about their book A Quick & Easy Guide to Sex and Disability, getting profiled in The Advocate, saying sorry as a reflex to being disabled + so much more.  Enjoy!   
Follow A Andrew’s here: linktr.ee/heyandrews
 Follow my work here: www.andrewgurza.com 
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In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about ” id=”9HwiQUb2o5Y” vid=”9HwiQUb2o5Y” id-for-player=”9HwiQUb2o5Y” link=”/listen/episode-327-having-a-big-talk-about-queerness-and-disability-with-a-andrews-9HwiQUb2o5Y/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 327: Having a Big Talk About Queerness and Disability with A Andrews Episode Notes
In episode 327, I sit down with my new friend, queer disabled cartoonist and essayist, A Andrews.  We talk about their experiences being a queer disabled person with Spina Bifida.  We take a deep dive into our experiences of queerness and disability and it felt so good.  A talks about their book A Quick & Easy Guide to Sex and Disability, getting profiled in The Advocate, saying sorry as a reflex to being disabled + so much more.  Enjoy!   
Follow A Andrew’s here: linktr.ee/heyandrews
 Follow my work here: www.andrewgurza.com 
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at the International School of Geneva (Ecolint) in Geneva Switzerland

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Promoting Inclusive Education (feat. Yasmine Sadri) Yasmine Sadri works as the Director of Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, and Anti-Racism (IDEA)
at the International School of Geneva (Ecolint) in Geneva Switzerland

She has undertaken many initiatives to make educational institutions more inclusive for students with disabilities in the US, Belgium and Switzerland.
We met at the "Youth Forum Switzerland 2023" in Zug Switzerland.
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Today she’ll be telling us about the subgroup’s work.

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University College Dublin's Disability Subgroup (feat. Dr. Deirdre O'Connor) Dr. Deidre O'Connor is an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Disability Subgroup at the University College Dublin in Dublin Ireland.

Today she'll be telling us about the subgroup's work.

Learn more about University College Dublin's Disability Subgroup by checking out their website via the link below:
https://www.ucd.ie/equality/groups/disabilitysub-group/
We mentioned the "Atelier für Alle" disability-oriented art program:
https://www.atelierfuralle.org
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Erasing Stigma Surrounding Invisible Disabilities (feat. Ben Mattlin) Ben Mattlin is an author, journalist and essayist who has both Spinal Muscular Atrophy and Ultracerative Colitis. He's the author of the book "Disability Pride: Dispatches From A Post-ADA World" and he also wrote the article "Opinion: The embarrassing realities of living with an invisible disability" which was published by CNN.
Today he'll be telling us his story.

Check his opinion piece "Opinion: The embarrassing realities of living with an invisible disability" via the link below:
https://www.cnn.com/2022/10/16/opinions/living-with-invisible-disability-mattlin

Check out his website where you can learn more about his books, articles and other essays:
https://www.benmattlin.com/index.htm
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Malta's Federation for People with Disabilities (feat. Marthese Mugliette) Marthese Mugliette is the President of the Malta Federation of Organisations of Persons with Disabilities, Malta's national umbrella organisation for the disability community consisting of 38 member orgainisations and has previously collaborated with the CRPD, Agenzija Sapport, the University of Malta and TVM (national public broadcaster).
Today she'll be telling us about the federation's history and work in addition to sharing her story with disability.
Check out the link to MFOPD's website via the link below:
https://www.mfopd.org/
Learn more about the federation's associated organisations via their respective websites:
Commission for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD):
https://www.crpd.org.mt/
Agenzija Sapport:
https://sapport.gov.mt/en/Pages/default.aspx
University of Malta Department of Disability Studies and ADSU:
https://www.um.edu.mt/socialwellbeing/disabilitystudies/
Satellite Foundation: Supporting young people when a family member has mental ill-health Satellite Foundation is focused on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people where a family member, like a parent or sibling has a mental illness or mental health challenges and the youth they support are aged 8-25 and live in Victoria, Australia.  CEO Rose Cuff and Youth Coordinator Mia Boonen are the guests for this episode.Find out more about Satellite Foundation online or or phone 1800 973 444You can follow Satellite Foundation on social media:Instagram – @satellite_foundationFacebook –  facebook.com/satellitefoundation If you have been affected by anything discussed in this episode you can contact:Lifeline on 13 11 1413 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)ermha365 provides mental health and disability support for people in Victoria and the Northern Territory. Find out more about our services at our website.FREE mental health support is available in Victoria through Mental Health and Wellbeing Local services. All support is free, and you do not need a referral from your doctor to access help.  ermha365, in partnership with Barwon Health, Wellways Australia  and Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative provide services in the Greater Geelong-Queenscliffe area, 12-14 Thompson Road, North Geelong. Find your local service providerCREDITSProduced and hosted by Emily Webb, ermha365 Advocacy and External Communications Advisor with Karenza Louis-Smith, CEO ermha365.Follow ermha365 on social media:FACEBOOK – @ermhaorgTWITTER – @ermha365INSTAGRAM – @ermha365ermha365 acknowledges that our work in the community takes place on the Traditional Lands of many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and therefore respectfully recognise their Elders, past and present, and the ongoing Custodianship of the Land and Water by all Members of these Communities.We recognise people with lived experience who contribute to GET REAL podcast, and those who love, support and care for them. We recognise their strength, courage and unique perspective as a vital contribution so that we can learn, grow and achieve better outcomes together.
In episode 326, I sit down with my friend, songwriter Dani Saldo. We talk about her experiences being a songwriter with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and possibly a Traumatic Brain Injury. We talk about the hustle and grind culture of the music industry and how her disabilit” id=”1SdXe0FAxKj” vid=”1SdXe0FAxKj” id-for-player=”1SdXe0FAxKj” link=”/listen/episode-326-i-didnt-want-to-be-seen-as-the-disabled-artist-w-songwriter-dani-saldo-1SdXe0FAxKj/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 326: I didn’t want to be seen as “The Disabled Artist” w/ Songwriter Dani Saldo Episode Notes
In episode 326, I sit down with my friend, songwriter Dani Saldo. We talk about her experiences being a songwriter with Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and possibly a Traumatic Brain Injury. We talk about the hustle and grind culture of the music industry and how her disabilities play a role in that, we explore disability grief, talk about talking about disability in music + so much more. Enjoy!
Follow Dani’s work here:https://www.instagram.com/dani.saldo/
Follow my work here: www.andrewgurza.com
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Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 9: Chronic Fatigue, Multiple Sclerosis, Attorney's And Their Long-Term Disability Claims Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 9: Chronic Fatigue, Multiple Sclerosis, Attorney's And Their Long-Term Disability ClaimsWelcome to Winning Isn't Easy, the podcast that delves into the complex world of long-term disability insurance claims. In Season 3 Episode 9, as always we're joined by a leading expert in the field, Nancy L. Cavey, a nationwide ERISA Disability Attorney who specializes in chronic fatigue and multiple sclerosis claims.Living with chronic fatigue or multiple sclerosis can be incredibly challenging, and filing for long-term disability can be overwhelming. Attorney Cavey brings her extensive experience representing clients with these conditions and shares tips on how to navigate the complex disability claims process.In this episode, Attorney Cavey emphasizes the importance of medical evidence and explains how to effectively communicate your symptoms to healthcare providers. She also shares her strategies for dealing with insurance companies and how to handle a denied claim.Whether you're a chronic fatigue or multiple sclerosis patient looking to file a disability claim or an attorney seeking guidance on how to best represent your clients, this episode is packed with valuable insights and practical tips. Join us for Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 9: Chronic Fatigue, Multiple Sclerosis, and ERISA Disability Attorney Nancy L. Cavey.Resources Mentioned In This Episode:LINK TO ROBBED: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/get-disability-book/LINK TO PROFESSIONAL BOOK: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/disability-insurance-claim-survival-guide-professionals/FREE CONSULT LINK: https://caveylaw.com/contact-us/Need Help Today?Need help with your Long Term Disability or ERISA claim? Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to use for a FREE consultation. Just mention you listened to our Podcast!Review like and give us a thumbs up! We love to see your feedback about our Podcast!
Episode 3: FPDN Yarning Disability, Episode 3 – Matt Fink ‘Spicy Brain’ is the way Gomoroi and Tattoo Artist Mat Fink describes his recent diagnosis of adult ADHD and Autism. In this week’s Yarning Disability episode, Mat spoke with FDPN Advocate Carly Wallace about his disability journey spanning from his childhood, to his time in the Australian Defence force while in the navy, and now as a person living with neurodivergent disabilities.
Episode 42: Honoring Judy Heumann On March 4th, 2023, the world was shaken by the passing of the legendary disability rights activist and leader Judith (Judy) Heumann. She is considered “The Mother of the Disability Rights Movement” and is frankly a badass. Judy was essential to disability rights advocacy and progress. It is because of her advocacy that our organization can do the work we do today. We are indebted to her and her work, and we will continue her fight for disability rights in her honor. To honor her, we wanted to record a special tribute about Judy, her advocacy, and the long-lasting impact that her presence will have on the disability community and the world. Relevant links and topics mentioned in the episode: Crip Camp & Camp Jened Heumann v Board of Ed of the City of New York Disabled in Action Rehabilitation Act Protests in NYC Berkeley Center for Independent Living The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act 504 Sit in World Institute on Disability Judy's memoir “Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist” Rolling Warrior: The Incredible, Sometimes Awkward, True Story of a Rebel Girl on Wheels Who Helped Spark a Revolution Movie adaption of "Being Heumann" is under development, with Ali Stroker Heumann Perspective podcast Recording of her services
Episode 43: Disabled Marriage and Parenting – Part 1 In February, we created a blog post on disability marriage inequality. We knew people would be interested in the topic, but were taken aback by the immense engagement and shock felt by our audience. Because of that, we wanted to create a podcast episode talking with disabled folks about disability marriage inequality, parenting, and more.  On the show today we have two fantastic guests, Heather Watkins and Dom Evans. Heather Watkins (she/her) is a disability advocate, author, blogger, mother, and graduate of Emerson College with a B.S. in Mass Communications. Born with Muscular Dystrophy, loves reading, daydreaming, chocolate, and serves on a handful of disability-related boards. Her blog Slow Walkers See More includes reflections and insight from her life with disability. Dom Evans (they/he) is a director/writer, activist, Twitch streamer, and consultant with a BFA in Film. He fights for inclusion in media, marriage equality, gaming, and reproductive rights. Dom founded #FilmDis, to better understand Disability in media. He works in Hollywood to make the industry more inclusive to disabled people. Needless to say, these two advocates are the guests to have for this podcast. We were thrilled to have them on and have such an engaging and insightful conversation in store for you. We hope you enjoy part one of our conversation with Heather and Dom! Relevant links: Heather's website Dom's website Disability Representation on Television: Examining 250 TV Shows
Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 7: The Sedentary Employment Game Winning Isn't Easy: The Sedentary Employment Game (Season 3, Episode 7)In this episode of "Winning Isn't Easy," host Nancy L. Cavey delves into the challenges faced by disabled workers who work in sedentary jobs. Drawing on her own experience and expertise as a disability attorney, Nancy explores the physical and mental health risks associated with sedentary employment and offers practical strategies for protecting your health and your rights under ERISA.Throughout the episode, Nancy shares insights and stories from her own practice, highlighting the obstacles that disabled workers face and the strategies that have helped her clients succeed. She discusses the importance of ergonomic workspaces, regular exercise and movement breaks, and the need for employers to make reasonable accommodations for disabled employees.Tune in to this episode of "Winning Isn't Easy" to learn more about the sedentary employment game, and how you can protect your health and your rights as a disabled worker."Winning Isn't Easy" is a podcast dedicated to exploring the complexities of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) long-term disability world. Each episode, we delve into the challenges and triumphs of navigating this intricate landscape and bring to light the key issues affecting disabled individuals seeking benefits under ERISA. Get ready to listen in on a captivating listen as we uncover the truth behind "Winning Isn't Easy."Resources Mentioned In This Episode:LINK TO ROBBED: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/get-disability-book/LINK TO PROFESSIONAL BOOK: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/disability-insurance-claim-survival-guide-professionals/FREE CONSULT LINK: https://caveylaw.com/contact-us/Dr. Braun's Website and Information: https://www.bayareaorthofl.com/david-t-braun/Need Help Today?Need help with your Long Term Disability or ERISA claim? Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to use for a FREE consultation. Just mention you listened to our Podcast!Review like and give us a thumbs up! We love to see your feedback about our Podcast!
Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 8: Fibromyalgia & Subjective Medical Evidence Claims Episode 8: Fibromyalgia & Subjective Medical Evidence ClaimsIn this episode of "Winning Isn't Easy," host Nancy L. Cavey takes a deep dive into the challenges faced by individuals with fibromyalgia who are seeking long-term disability benefits under ERISA. Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition that can be difficult to diagnose and treat, and is often subject to skepticism from insurers and plan administrators. Nancy discusses the importance of subjective medical evidence in supporting a fibromyalgia claim, and explores strategies for gathering and presenting this evidence in a persuasive way.Throughout the episode, Nancy draws on her experience as a disability attorney to provide practical tips and advice for listeners who are navigating the long-term disability claims process with fibromyalgia. She also shares stories from her own practice to highlight the unique challenges faced by individuals with this condition, and offers insights into the best strategies for overcoming them.Tune in to this episode of "Winning Isn't Easy" to learn more about fibromyalgia and subjective medical evidence claims, and how you can increase your chances of winning the long-term disability benefits you deserve.Resources Mentioned In This Episode:LINK TO ROBBED: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/get-disability-book/LINK TO PROFESSIONAL BOOK: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/disability-insurance-claim-survival-guide-professionals/FREE CONSULT LINK: https://caveylaw.com/contact-us/Dr. Braun's Website and Information: https://www.bayareaorthofl.com/david-t-braun/Need Help Today?Need help with your Long Term Disability or ERISA claim? Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to use for a FREE consultation. Just mention you listened to our Podcast!Review like and give us a thumbs up! We love to see your feedback about our Podcast!
Podcast #11: Is That Working for You? One of the best tricks that you will ever learn–and nobody will ever teach you–is how to figure out what you're doing RIGHT!  You may know every detail of what you've done wrong, but not what you're already doing right.  If this is a new way to look at yourself, you may want to try another approach.  This type of self reflection can open many doors that you thought were closed forever.  So, stop standing in your own way with deficit thinking.  Instead, use these insights to become the person that you want to be…..
Andrea Carelli: PNC Bank Hires People with Disabilities Joyce welcomes Andrea Carelli, Senior Vice President and Director of Client and Community Relations for PNC Bank in Pittsburgh, PA. Andrea will discuss PNC’s commitment to hire people with disabilities as a part of their diverse workforce.
Applying for Short Term VS Long Term Disability This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions surrounding long and short term disability claims and situations that may arise when applying.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Caution In The Work Place This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Albert Klein and John Scholes discuss work place and day to day accidences that result in short term disabilities.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Qudsiya Naqui Bio
Diana interviews Qudsiya Naqui, lawyer, disability justice activist, and podcast host of Down to the Struts. In this episode, Qudsiya shares about her journey to embracing her blind identity, her disability identity, and the disability community that brought her int” id=”6kZHDFLxvVc” vid=”6kZHDFLxvVc” id-for-player=”6kZHDFLxvVc” link=”/listen/30-embracing-disability-identity-with-qudsiya-naqui-6kZHDFLxvVc/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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Qudsiya Naqui Bio
Diana interviews Qudsiya Naqui, lawyer, disability justice activist, and podcast host of Down to the Struts. In this episode, Qudsiya shares about her journey to embracing her blind identity, her disability identity, and the disability community that brought her into the fold. She speaks to the isolation felt when in her younger years, she was excluded from participation in school activities simply because people did see her need for access, nor her right to access. Finally, Qudsiya shares about many great leaders and authors who have provided a sense of community, support, and mentorship in her podcast, as well as in her personal growth and enrichment.
Down to the Struts Website
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Alice Wong – Disability Visibility Project Podcast, Disability Visibility book, Year of the Tiger book
Down to the Struts Interview with Alice Wong
Thomas Reid – Reid My Mind Radio Podcast
Cheryl Green – Pigeonhole Podcast
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Disability And…Regional Voices with Vici Wreford-Sinnott and Steph Robson This month, artist and creative practitioner Steph Robson, aka Hello Little Lady, chats with award-winning theatre maker and equality strategist, Vici Wreford-Sinnott. Steph asks Vici about the importance of regional identity, the Northeast's role in disability arts history, and the current regional and national landscape for disabled artists.Related links:Vici's theatre company Little Cog's website.Steph's blog, Hello Little Lady.
Karen Hanlon: Highmark’s Hiring of People with Disabilities Continuing with Women’s History Month, Joyce is proud to bring back Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Highmark Health, Karen Hanlon, to the show.

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The Disability Rights Movement is Ultimately both a Social and Educational Movement For me the disability rights movement is both a social and an educational movement.

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Where there's a will, there's a way: Disability and possibility with Yahye Siyad You can follow Leonard Cheshire on Twitter or Instagram @LeonardCheshire. Find out more at leonardcheshire.orgFollow Cyber-Duck on Twitter: @cyberduck_uk or visit their website: cyber-duck.co.ukYahye's autobiography "Unshakeable Will" is available here.Get in touch by emailing [email protected]
Embrace It: Episode 43 – Rachelle Friedman, LCSW, Honoring Grief & Boundaries “How do we honor the inevitable grief that comes with disability and establish healthy boundaries with those closest to us?Rachelle Friedman, aka “The Brainy Social Worker,” is a disabled therapist who understands that there’s no one-size-fits-all approach to healing. With an educational background in neuroscience and social work, Rachelle knows that anyone can change how they feel by becoming aware of the data and triggers that we store in our brains and how we interact with that data on an emotional basis. But how do we actually do that? Join us for this self-reflective conversation on grief, internal ableism, self-compassion, and boundary setting!Rachelle works with individuals and couples living with chronic pain and illness, depression, grief, anxiety, and neurodiversity, helping them to emotionally heal and find comfort! Visit her links below to learn more.Visit Rachelle’s WebsiteLearn more about & follow RachelleTrend-Able Thinking Traps Blog PostBook an EmBRACE It WorkshopWatch Lainie’s TEDx TalkLooking for more great tips, hacks, and blog posts? Visit: Trend-Able.comFind more on Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT) and patient resources at: HNF-cure.orgFollow us on IG! @embraceit_podcast | @trend.able | @cmtwegotthisPlease leave us a review and help others find us! Support our mission!Hosted by Lainie Ishbia and Estela Lugo.Embrace It is produced by Launchpad 516 Studios.For sponsorships and media inquiries, drop an email to: [email protected] to Embrace it with Lainie and Estela on Apple Podcasts and get notified of new episodes! https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/embrace-it-with-lainie-estela-smashing-disability-stigmas/id1468364898Support the show

Police apprehended Park Kyoung-seok, the 63-year-old leader of the Solidarity Against Disability Discrimination (SADD), for investigation ” id=”7CmkyIfJ8b6″ vid=”7CmkyIfJ8b6″ id-for-player=”7CmkyIfJ8b6″ link=”/listen/barrier-free-korea-korean-disability-rights-protester-park-kyoung-seok-arrested-7CmkyIfJ8b6/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Barrier Free Korea: Korean Disability Rights Protester Park Kyoung-seok Arrested The leader of a disability rights advocacy group who led years long rush-hour subway protests was arrested Friday in Seoul on charges of illegal demonstrations.

Police apprehended Park Kyoung-seok, the 63-year-old leader of the Solidarity Against Disability Discrimination (SADD), for investigation in front of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency headquarters in central Seoul where he was holding a press conference.

Episode Notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/03/21/leader-of-korean-disability-rights-protests-park-kyoung-seok-arrested-on-illegal-demonstration-charges/
Episode 1: FPDN 'Yarning Disability', Episode 1- Damian Griffis and Bernard Namok In episode 1 of FPDN's new podcast 'Yarning Disability', FPDN CEO Damian Griffis explains the history of FPDN as an organisation and FPDN Advocate and Yarning Disability host Bernard Namok shares his own disability story.

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Episode 2: FPDN 'Yarning Disability', Episode 2- Katrina McKechnie and her children In episode 2 of 'Yarning Disability', the FPDN Podcast, FPDN Advocate Carly Wallace spoke to First Nations mother Katrina McKechnie about her journey as a single mother of children with disabilities living in Woolgoolga in NSW

The Yarning Disability podcast is presented and produced by the First Peoples Disability Network
Hope for healing and recovery for Complex Trauma with Dr Ahona Guha Dr Ahona Guha is a Melbourne-based forensic and clinical psychologist. She works with survivors of abuse and those who live with trauma.Ahona also works with perpetrators of harmful behaviours to assess risk, and provides treatment to reduce the risk they pose to others — and she has a deep understanding of the psychological and social factors that cause people to abuse others. Ahona has written her first book RECLAIM: Understanding complex trauma and those who abuse.MORE INFO:Ahona's websiteAhona on Twitter @drahonaguha and Instagram @drahonaguhaA broad definition of trauma is useful; an open-ended one isn’t (Psyche, May 2022)What people ask when they find out I’m a forensic psychologist (SBS Voices, March 2023)If you have been affected by anything discussed in this episode you can contact:Lifeline on 13 11 1413 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)Blue Knot Foundation – empowering recovery from complex traumaFREE mental health support is available in Victoria through Mental Health and Wellbeing Local services. All support is free, and you do not need a referral from your doctor to access help.  ermha365, in partnership with Barwon Health, Wellways Australia  and Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative provide services in the Greater Geelong-Queenscliffe area, 12-14 Thompson Road, North Geelong. Find your local service providerCREDITSProduced and hosted by Emily Webb, ermha365 Advocacy and External Communications Advisor with Karenza Louis-Smith, CEO ermha365.ermha365 provides mental health and disability support for people in Victoria and the Northern Territory. Find out more about our services at our website.Follow ermha365 on social media:FACEBOOK – @ermhaorgTWITTER – @ermha365INSTAGRAM – @ermha365ermha365 acknowledges that our work in the community takes place on the Traditional Lands of many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and therefore respectfully recognise their Elders, past and present, and the ongoing Custodianship of the Land and Water by all Members of these Communities.We recognise people with lived experience who contribute to GET REAL podcast, and those who love, support and care for them. We recognise their strength, courage and unique perspective as a vital contribution so that we can learn, grow and achieve better outcomes together.
Today she’ll be telling us about the organization’s work.
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Supporting the Rights of All Special Kids (feat. Dr. Jennifer Holloway) Dr. Jennifer Holloway is the Director of "All Special Kids" (ASK), a Geneva-based nonprofit which supports children with disabilities and their families.
Today she'll be telling us about the organization's work.
Francesca Casalino previously worked for ASK. you can learn more about her story by listening to the interview I did with her:
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Everyday Accidents This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes answer listener questions on injuries that can happen everyday. Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
The Ins and Outs of Mental Health Claims This is a replay of the January 21st episode. This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions surrounding mental health disability claims – what kind of medical information is needed, best practices for communicating with your insurer, and more.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
One of the things that I love doing on this show is hearing people’s journey with disability; how they view it, come to understand it, etc. On episode 325, I sit down with my friend Jeremy Osslund, and he talks about his journey being queer and autistic and he shares why he sees his a” id=”Ad3iVBFgqOM” vid=”Ad3iVBFgqOM” id-for-player=”Ad3iVBFgqOM” link=”/listen/episode-325-seeing-autism-as-a-super-power-w-jeremy-osslund-Ad3iVBFgqOM/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 325: Seeing Autism as a Super Power w/ Jeremy Osslund Episode Notes
One of the things that I love doing on this show is hearing people’s journey with disability; how they view it, come to understand it, etc. On episode 325, I sit down with my friend Jeremy Osslund, and he talks about his journey being queer and autistic and he shares why he sees his autism as a super power + so much more.
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Episode 63: Mary J Goodwin-Oquendo, JD In this episode we are joined by disability civil rights attorney Mary J Goodwin-Oquendo for a discussion about strategies and barriers for receiving accommodations throughout one's medical training. If you're a student with a disability, at any stage in your academic journey, we strongly encourage you to give this episode a listen.  Key Words: med ed, law, chronic illness, high-stakes exams, NBME, MCAT, Step 1, Clinical Accommodations, accommodations  Transcript  Bio:  Mrs. Goodwin-Oquendo is from Brooklyn. She has over a decade of disability civil rights experience.  She has worked at Jo Anne Simon PC since 2008, where she represents individuals with physical, cognitive, and psychiatric disabilities who have experienced discrimination and/or require accommodations from standardized testing and licensing entities and post-secondary and professional educational institutions.   Her passion for disability advocacy began when she watched her mother fight to make sure that her little brother received appropriate education placement and services when she was a child.  Interviewer: Dr. Pete Poullos Interviewee: Mary Goodwin-Oquendo
Episode 65: Dr. Chase Anderson (Interviewed by Dr. Justin Bullock) TRIGGER WARNING:  This episode contains discussion of violence against minorities, depression, and suicidality. We advise that you use discretion when listening. For any U.S. listeners, if you or someone you know is experiencing suicidal thoughts, the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline can be reached by dialing 988, and additional resources will be available in the show notes of this episode. Description: In today’s episode, guest interviewer Dr. Justin Bullock, a nephrology fellow at the University of Washington School of Medicine, interviews Dr. Chase Anderson, an Assistant Professor of child and adolescent psychiatry at UC San Francisco. Friends and colleagues since college, Dr. Anderson and Dr. Bullock discuss how they hold their identities as Black, gay, public-facing figures in medicine, the forms that activism can take when complicated by one’s marginalized identities, and how medical professions and mental health might be made more kindred spirits. Chase Anderson Bio: (in his own words) Hi, Chase Anderson here! My interests in medicine revolve around mental health and advocacy for LGBTQ+ and minoritized populations. I hope to work with as many kids as I can so they might feel more safe with their own minds, are able navigate the world being minoritized and having mental illness, and to work with the family as a whole around healing. Outside of the hospital, I like to write op-eds about race, LGBTQ+ matters, diversity, minority stress, and other topics (including how they relate to psychiatry), give talks at universities around minority stress, read fantasy novels, listen to Kpop, go for long walks, plan group dinners with friends, and talk with others about how to make the world better. Oh, and gay clubbing. I'm also active on Twitter (not as much as before, but I tweet sometimes!), where I speak about racism, homophobia, and bigotry in medicine and the wider world. My handle is @ChaseTMAnderson, and my Instagram is @AresTMusesDreamCooper.  Dr. Justin Bullock bio:  Justin Bullock is a fellow in nephrology at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Bullock is a passionate medical educator, teacher, researcher, and lifelong learner. His primary research focus centers on how educators can minimize identity threats in the learning environment. Key Words: Psychological disability, LGBTQ+, psychiatry, nephrology, depression, mental health, suicide Transcript: https://bit.ly/Episode65_ChaseAnderson
Japan Revises Disability Discrimination Laws, Businesses Have To Make 'Reasonable Accommodations' On 14th March, the Japanese Government decided to require businesses and other operators to provide 'reasonable accommodations', such as installing ramps for wheelchair users at shop entrances and exits, from 1 April 2024. The Cabinet approved the Cabinet Order on the revised Disability Discrimination Law. Until now, the State and local authorities have been obliged to provide reasonable accommodations, while the start date of the obligation for businesses was undecided.

Episode Notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/03/15/japans-disability-discrimination-laws-are-revised-requiring-private-businesses-to-comply-with-reasonable-accommodations/

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JR East Raises Ticket Prices As ‘Barrier Free Fees’ East Japan Railway Co, or JR East, Tokyo Metro Co. and other railway operators raised their regular fares for train services in Tokyo and neighboring prefectures by 10 yen.

The Transport Ministry has set up a new system to add to fares “barrier-free fees” to be shouldered by passengers to accelerate efforts to install platform doors and other facilities.

Episode Notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/03/18/tokyo-area-train-fares-raised-by-10-yen-a-barrier-free-fee-to-improve-accessibility/
SPA! Magazine Highlights Workers Worry About Disclosing Developmental Disabilities Awareness of developmental disabilities is increasing year by year. It used to be thought that it was a problem for children, but now it is becoming known that a certain percentage of adults also have developmental disabilities. As a result, there are more people who suspect that “I might be the same”, and confusion is occurring in the workplace. ‘SPA!’ followed the front line of “adult developmental disabilities” that your colleagues and subordinates may also have experienced.

Episode Notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/03/20/workers-in-japan-worry-about-disclosing-their-developmental-disabilities/
The role of a Geriatric/Life Care Manager The Option Group is dedicated to offering comprehensive care management services for older adults, adults with disabilities, and adults with chronic illnesses. From Life Care Management services to family caregiver support, their goal is to give your loved one and your family the best quality of life possible. The Option Group works with family caregivers, medical professionals, and professional family advisors to ensure successful patient outcomes.
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One of the things that I love doing on this show is hearing people’s journey with disability; how they view it, come to understand it, etc. On episode 325, I sit down with my friend Jeremy Osslund, and he talks about his journey being queer and autistic and he shares why he sees his a” id=”2Oo1aFvPkCA” vid=”2Oo1aFvPkCA” id-for-player=”2Oo1aFvPkCA” link=”/listen/episode-325-seeing-autism-as-a-super-power-w-jeremy-osslund-2Oo1aFvPkCA/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Episode 325: Seeing Autism as a Super Power w/ Jeremy Osslund Episode Notes
One of the things that I love doing on this show is hearing people’s journey with disability; how they view it, come to understand it, etc. On episode 325, I sit down with my friend Jeremy Osslund, and he talks about his journey being queer and autistic and he shares why he sees his autism as a super power + so much more.
Follow Jeremy’s work here: https://hiddenoasis.space/
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Fighting for a World with Zero Barriers (feat. Robin Tim Weis) Robin Tim Weis is the "Director of International Affairs" at "Zero Project", an organization based in Vienna Austria dedicated to making sure that people with disabilities face no barriers in their everyday lives.
The organization has collaborated with over 600 organizations in over 120 countries on various awareness-raising initiatives.
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Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 6: The Hartford Disability Insurance Carrier Welcome to Winning Isn't Easy, the podcast that dives into the complex world of disability insurance claims and legal battles. In Season 3 Episode 6,  Nationwide Long Term Disability Attorney Nancy L. Cavey to discusses the challenges of dealing with The Hartford Disability Insurance Carrier.Navigating the disability insurance claims process can be overwhelming, especially when dealing with a carrier like The Hartford. With decades of experience representing clients in disability claims against major insurance carriers, Attorney Cavey offers her unique insight into the tactics used by insurance companies to deny or terminate claims, and how to effectively fight back.In this episode, we'll explore the common issues that arise when dealing with The Hartford, including the importance of medical evidence, the use of surveillance, and how to handle a denied claim. Attorney Cavey will share her strategies for successfully advocating for her clients and navigating the appeals process.Whether you're a disability insurance policyholder, a healthcare provider, or an attorney representing clients in disability claims, this episode is packed with valuable information to help you navigate the complex world of disability insurance claims and come out on top. Join us for Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 6: The Hartford Disability Insurance Carrier by Nationwide Long Term Disability Attorney Nancy L. Cavey."Winning Isn't Easy" is a podcast dedicated to exploring the complexities of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) long-term disability world. Each episode, we delve into the challenges and triumphs of navigating this intricate landscape and bring to light the key issues affecting disabled individuals seeking benefits under ERISA. Get ready to listen in on a captivating listen as we uncover the truth behind "Winning Isn't Easy."Resources Mentioned In This Episode:LINK TO ROBBED: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/get-disability-book/LINK TO PROFESSIONAL BOOK: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/disability-insurance-claim-survival-guide-professionals/FREE CONSULT LINK: https://caveylaw.com/contact-us/Dr. Braun's Website and Information: https://www.bayareaorthofl.com/david-t-braun/Need Help Today?Need help with your Long Term Disability or ERISA claim? Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to use for a FREE consultation. Just mention you listened to our Podcast!Review like and give us a thumbs up! We love to see your feedback about our Podcast!
Isaac Zablocki: Making Films/Productions More Accessible Joyce welcomes Isaac Zablocki, ReelAbilities Film Festival Co-Founder and New York Director. Mr.

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Finding Purpose to Break my own Barriers… Growing up I felt like I ‘should’ have been able to fit into a mould, Which through my cerebral palsy, I feel like I wasn’t able to, in many parts and I was left feeling quite isolated in many ways.

It wasn’t until years later that I realised that I am not made to fit into a pre-determined box.

You can create that mould as much as anyone else! I have the creativity and ability to carve what I would like and how I can serve and help others too!

Among many things I learned with CP, is that the way forward can take many shapes with twists and turns, but it is your own path. That path can be filled with success, love and happiness. I’m gutted in a sense it took my a while to figure this all out, and yet I’m still on a journey. But I am certainly at peace with where I am at, and that there is still some moulding to do on my path, at my pace!
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Jacob Levy – Career Coach to the Neurodivergent Jacob teaches job seekers of all abilities how to identify opportunities OUTSIDE of their network by utilizing the LinkedIn algorithm, as well as content creation based on one’s subject matter expertise and targeting/adding value to decision makers behind any job in the world.

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Policy when it comes to Disability Let's chat about how all policy affects people with disabilities.

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'A Personal Matter' Author Kenzaburo Oe Dies & ‘No Mask Day’ In Japan Kenzaburo Oe, regarded as one of Japan’s leading contemporary novelists and the second Japanese person to win the Nobel Prize in literature, died on March 3, his publisher, Kodansha, announced in a statement Monday. He was 88.

He won the Nobel Prize in 1994 as he was working on the "A Flaming Green Tree" trilogy. The prize was awarded for works including the novel "A Personal Matter" — which was dedicated to his son, the composer Hikari Oe — solidifying his place in contemporary literature.

Hikari Ōe was born and developmentally disabled. Doctors tried to convince his parents to let their son die, but they refused to do so. Even after an operation, Ōe remained visually impaired, developmentally disabled and epileptic, with limited physical coordination.

Episode Notes: https://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2023/03/13/national/kenzaburo-oe-obit/
Episode 41: Medicaid Unwinding Medicaid Unwinding in Florida starts on April 1, 2023. With information coming from various Florida agencies and organizations, it can be hard to get clear information about what is happening with Medicaid eligibility. The Medicaid Unwinding process can feel overwhelming, but we hope our show today will provide you with important clarifying information you need to be ready and prepared for the process.  In this bonus episode, we talk with our co-worker from the Public Policy team, Laura Minutello, who will provide information and resources about Medicaid Unwinding.
Disability Law FAQ This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer a variety of listener emails and touch upon the FAQ's of Disability Law. Tune in today to get a refresh of the basics. Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Winter Injuries: Slips, Falls, and Car Accidents This is a replay of the Jan.29, 2023 episode. This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes answer listener questions on injuries that occur in the winter time.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
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An Inclusive Europe for People with Intellectual Disabilities (feat. Milan Šveřepa) Milan Šveřepa is the director of "Inclusion Europe", an umbrella organization consisting of a number of European NGOs which support people with intellectual disabilities.
He previously served as co-chair of the "European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG) between 2017-2020.
Today he'll be telling us about various initiatives "Inclusion Europe" has undertaken to support people with intellectual disabilities.
Learn more about "Inclusion Europe" by checking out their website via the link below:
https://www.inclusion-europe.eu/
Please check out the various initiatives "Inclusion Europe" has undertaken to support Ukrainian refugees with intellectual disabilities and their families:
https://www.inclusion-europe.eu/tag/ukraine/
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Episode Notes: Former Director of Kumamoto Facilities for the Disabled Sentenced to Five Years in Pris” id=”1C2bbajNYgt” vid=”1C2bbajNYgt” id-for-player=”1C2bbajNYgt” link=”/listen/sexual-assault-at-facilities-for-the-disabled-inconvenience-stores-1C2bbajNYgt/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Sexual Assault At Facilities For The Disabled & (In)Convenience Stores A director of a corporation that operates facilities for the disabled was arrested for sexually assaulting a teenage female user. The Kumamoto District Court sentenced him to five years in prison.

Episode Notes: Former Director of Kumamoto Facilities for the Disabled Sentenced to Five Years in Prison for Sexual Assault: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/03/07/former-director-of-kumamoto-facilities-for-the-disabled-sentenced-to-five-years-in-prison-for-sexual-assault/

Episode notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/” id=”iFutif9gYZ” vid=”iFutif9gYZ” id-for-player=”iFutif9gYZ” link=”/listen/12-years-after-311-earthquake-evacuation-plans-for-disabled-remains-vague-iFutif9gYZ/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
12 Years After 3.11 Earthquake Evacuation Plans for Disabled Remains Vague Ibaraki prefecture will ask bus companies for cooperation to evacuate senior residents and disabled people. The prefectural government estimates that more than 400 buses will be needed for the task, and it does not know how it can secure that many buses.

Episode notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/03/10/twelve-years-after-fukushima-nuclear-power-station-disaster-evacuation-plans-for-disabled-elderly-seem-to-be-vague/
Burnt Out Chef: The Hospitality Industry and Mental Health with Alan Tompkins Our guest for this episode is Alan Tomkins who is an ambassador for the Burn Chef Project, which was set up in the UK in 2019 to eradicate mental health stigma within hospitality.Alan was a chef for 22 years before finally leaving the industry he loved after he experienced significant impacts on his mental health. Now he’s using his living experience to work in mental health and recently started work at ermha365 as a Carer Respite Facilitator.MORE INFO:Alan's Facebook Page: Mental Health and the Hospitality industryBurnt Chef Project – Committed to making the hospitality profession healthier and more sustainable by focussing on people's wellbeing first.Experiencing burnout? Here’s what to do about it via The Black Dog InstituteThe clip you heard at the start of the episode is from a film called boiling point starring british actor Stephen Graham. If you have been affected by anything discussed in this episode you can contact:Lifeline on 13 11 1413 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)FREE mental health support is available in Victoria through Mental Health and Wellbeing Local services. All support is free, and you do not need a referral from your doctor to access help.  ermha365, in partnership with Barwon Health, Wellways Australia  and Wathaurong Aboriginal Co-operative provide services in the Greater Geelong-Queenscliffe area, 12-14 Thompson Road, North Geelong. Find your local service provider CREDITSProduced and hosted by Emily Webb, ermha365 Advocacy and External Communications Advisor with Karenza Louis-Smith, CEO ermha365.ermha365 provides mental health and disability support for people in Victoria and the Northern Territory. Find out more about our services at our website.Follow ermha365 on social media:FACEBOOK – @ermhaorgTWITTER – @ermha365INSTAGRAM – @ermha365ermha365 acknowledges that our work in the community takes place on the Traditional Lands of many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples and therefore respectfully recognise their Elders, past and present, and the ongoing Custodianship of the Land and Water by all Members of these Communities.We recognise people with lived experience who contribute to GET REAL podcast, and those who love, support and care for them. We recognise their strength, courage and unique perspective as a vital contribution so that we can learn, grow and achieve better outcomes together.
Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 5: Neuropsychological Testing & Brain Mapping in Long Term Disability Claims Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 5: Neuropsychological Testing & Brain Mapping in Long Term Disability ClaimsIn this episode of "Winning Isn't Easy," we delve into the world of neuropsychological testing and brain mapping in the context of long term disability claims. Nationwide ERISA Disability Attorney Nancy Cavey discusses the importance of these assessments in establishing the severity and impact of cognitive impairment in individuals seeking disability benefits.We explore the various tests and tools used in neuropsychological evaluations, including the role of brain imaging techniques such as MRI and CT scans in identifying brain damage and dysfunction. Our guest also shares insights on how this information is used in disability claims and how it can impact the outcome of these cases.Throughout the episode, we highlight real-life examples of individuals who have undergone neuropsychological testing and brain mapping as part of their disability claims. We discuss the challenges they faced in obtaining benefits and how the results of their assessments played a critical role in their success.Whether you're a disability claims professional or simply interested in the science behind cognitive assessment, this episode of "Winning Isn't Easy" offers valuable insights and perspectives on a critical issue. So join us as we explore the complex world of neuropsychological testing and brain mapping in the context of long term disability claims.
A Tribute to Judy Heumann Joyce and callers reflect on the life and disability rights work of the late Judy Heumann.
Episode 64: Andrea Dalzell "The Seated Nurse" Episode 64 Interviewee: Andrea Dalzell, The Seated Nurse Interviewer: Drs. Lisa Meeks and  Pete Poullos Description:  We are excited to bring you the continuation of our series on Voices of Black, Indigenous, and People of Color with Disabilities in Medicine. These episodes amplify the voices of healthcare providers at the intersection of disability and BIPOC identity, enlightening our understanding of challenges for multiple marginalized populations. By elevating these stories and sharing these lived experiences, we hope to advance critical conversations about race and disability and facilitate a greater understanding of the challenges and benefits at the intersections. Funding for this project was provided by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Together, we believe that a culture of health requires the dismantling of structural racism and ableism so that everyone has the chance to live the healthiest life possible. In Episode 64 we are joined by Andrea Dalzell, also known as "The Seated Nurse." As someone who has used a wheelchair full-time since the age of twelve, Andrea understands what it's like to constantly come up against barriers as she navigates a world often not built with disabled people in mind and has devoted her career to advocating for and working to support people with disabilities. In this episode, Andrea, Dr. Meeks, and Dr. Poullos discuss the strengths and challenges that having a disability and other marginalized identities has presented in her journey to become a nurse, as well as her visions for future disabled nursing and healthcare trainees and professionals as she drives forward her ongoing advocacy and education work.  Transcript: https://bit.ly/DWD_Ep64 Key Words: nursing, wheelchair, physical disability, advocacy    Bio:  Andrea Dalzell is the people’s disability rights advocate. As someone who has used a wheelchair full-time since the age of twelve, she understands what it’s like to constantly come up against barriers because life is built for the non-disabled. She challenges this narrative daily as “The Seated Nurse” – the first and only registered nurse in a wheelchair in all of New York State. Andrea’s advocacy has won her national recognition over the years, including being named “New Mobility’s Person of the Year” in 2021. She has also been featured in publications such as Unite Spinal, HomeCare, and Forbes.
Winter Injuries This week on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes discuss common claims and how you can best approach these situations.Plus, listener questions answered.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Progressive Disability Claim This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer a variety of listener emails, including mediation, how to navigate their disability claim as well as an example of a Progressive Disability Claim.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Car Accident Case Studies This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes answer listener questions about car accident scenarios and how to work with insurance companies when you become disabled.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
The Ins and Outs of Mental Health Claims This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions surrounding mental health disability claims – what kind of medical information is needed, best practices for communicating with your insurer, and more.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
How Much Does Your Insurer Need To Know? This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions about how much disclosure your insurer is entitled to when filing a disability claim.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Winter Injuries: Slips, Falls, and Car Accidents This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes answer listener questions on injuries that occur in the winter time.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Injury Compensation This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes answer listener questions on compensation and benefits when you get injured.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
What is Your Disability Policy? This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions about how much your disability policy can cover.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
How Personal Can Your Insurance Get? This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions about what to do when your insurance starts asking questions that are too personal.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Long Term Disability Claims This week on the Disability Law show Sivan and Albert answer your questions about your disability claims.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Slip and Fall Injuries This week on the Disability Law show Sivan and Albert answer your questions about your disability claims.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
Are You Ready And Able To Work? This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer listener questions about what to do when you are not ready and able to work but your insurance says you are.
Self-Acceptance and Inclusion: A National Disability Awareness Month Special We mark National Disability Awareness Month by chatting with our FREED colleagues about the journey of self-acceptance as people with disabilities and the pride they feel as part of the disability community. Our guests share what it means to have disability pride in a world where we are still fighting for awareness and inclusion, and they discuss the importance of people with disabilities supporting each other. We’re joined by Brian Snyder, FREED’s Emergency Preparedness Coordinator, Lindsay Wells, our Information and Referral Specialist, and Jennique Lee, the Program Manager for our Yuba City office. We also mark the passing of legendary disability rights activist Judy Heumann, who died on Saturday at the age of 75.
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To have your say in the Own Motion” id=”2D9JjpcswI” vid=”2D9JjpcswI” id-for-player=”2D9JjpcswI” link=”/listen/tracy-mackey-onthe-new-age-of-regulation-2D9JjpcswI/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Tracy Mackey on…the new age of regulation In this episode, we talk with NDIS Commissioner Tracy Mackey about what's ahead for the Commission and why education and consultation will play a critical role in ensuring compliance and progress for the sector.
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To have your say in the Own Motion Inquiry into Platform Providers, please email [email protected] or visit:
https://www.ndiscommission.gov.au/own-motion-inquiry-platformproviders.
Consultation is open until 28 April 2023.
If you would like to know more about the NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission, or if you have a complaint, you can get in touch by visiting www.ndiscommission.gov.au or:
• Phoning: 1800 035 544 (free call from landlines) or TTY 133 677. Interpreters can be arranged.
• National Relay Service and ask for 1800 035 544.
• Completing a complaint contact form.
Sensory-Friendly Healthcare – helping dentists & physicians reduce sensory triggers There are unavoidable sensory triggers in healthcare settings. A dentist cannot work without putting tools in a patient’s mouth, and a doctor cannot forgo a necessary shot. However, there are many aspects of a healthcare visit that can be improved upon, better supporting a patient’s sensory needs. Sensory Health supports providers in both making the necessary environmental modifications as well as providing a foundational training program to support provider confidence.
Connect to learn more
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Phone: 469-305-7469
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Progressive Disability Claim This episode originally aired on January 14th. This week on the Disability Law Show, John and Tamar answer a variety of listener emails, including mediation, how to navigate their disability claim as well as an example of a Progressive Disability Claim.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca
The incomparable Judy Heumann, pioneer of disability rights, passed away at 75 years old on March 4, 2023. I had the immeasurable pleasure of interviewing her back in 2020, and I felt it was important to replay this gem of an interview with her for you today instead of anything else. ” id=”6TzdJgXxiZb” vid=”6TzdJgXxiZb” id-for-player=”6TzdJgXxiZb” link=”/listen/episode-217-re-release-judy-heumann-6TzdJgXxiZb/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
EPISODE 217 RE-RELEASE: JUDY HEUMANN!!!!! Episode Notes
The incomparable Judy Heumann, pioneer of disability rights, passed away at 75 years old on March 4, 2023. I had the immeasurable pleasure of interviewing her back in 2020, and I felt it was important to replay this gem of an interview with her for you today instead of anything else.
Judy you were a big bright light. Rest in Peace! Thank you for everything.
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The incomparable Judy Heumann, pioneer of disability rights, passed away at 75 years old on March 4, 2023. I had the immeasurable pleasure of interviewing her back in 2020, and I felt it was important to replay this gem of an interview with her for you today instead of anything else. ” id=”7Y5UhW60Grq” vid=”7Y5UhW60Grq” id-for-player=”7Y5UhW60Grq” link=”/listen/episode-217-re-release-judy-heumann-7Y5UhW60Grq/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
EPISODE 217 RE-RELEASE: JUDY HEUMANN!!!!! Episode Notes
The incomparable Judy Heumann, pioneer of disability rights, passed away at 75 years old on March 4, 2023. I had the immeasurable pleasure of interviewing her back in 2020, and I felt it was important to replay this gem of an interview with her for you today instead of anything else.
Judy you were a big bright light. Rest in Peace! Thank you for everything.
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Twitter: @JapanBarrier
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Be Careful How You Police Accessibility In Japan A video showing the legs of apparently able-bodied people entering an elevator or lift in Japan has been doing the rounds on ‘Japan Twitter’. As someone with cerebral palsy, I thought I would weigh in.

Twitter: @JapanBarrier
Email: [email protected]
Article Co-Authored by Japan Based Disability Studies Scholar Mark R. Bookman Published Posthumously In December 2022 Mark R. Bookman, a Disability Studies scholar and postgraduate fellow at Tokyo College at the University of Tokyo died. On the 1st March an article he was co-authoring with Prof. Carolyn S. Stevens of Monash University about the COVID-19 pandemic in Japan and Australia at the time of his death was published open-access by Ritsumeikan University.

Episode Notes: ‘Living with Disability during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japan and Australia’ by Mark R. Bookman & Carolyn S. Stevens

https://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2023/03/AVJ15_Mark_and_Carolyn.pdf?fbclid=IwAR3c7f6w-11V_VDP7VGi8dTbaibbBWu_3Ekcd09_ToQ4WxL-ETUwZ3uFn00

Obituary: Mark Bookman (1991 – 2022), Japan-based disability studies scholar dies: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2022/12/17/obituary-mark-bookman-1991-2022-japan-based-disability-studies-scholar-dies/
Car Accident Case Studies This episode originally aired Friday, January 20th. This Friday on the Disability Law Show, hosts Sivan Tumarkin, Brandon Ferrante and John Scholes answer listener questions about car accident scenarios and how to work with insurance companies when you become disabled.Have your question answered next week by posting it on…https://www.mydisabilityquestions.comhttps://disabilityrights.ca

Episode Notes:

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Lawsuit Over Deaf Girl’s Death In Osaka Raises Questions About The Value Of A Life In November 2022, hearings for a damages lawsuit after a girl with impaired hearing was killed in a traffic accident in Osaka in 2018, estimating lost wages have become a key point of contention.

Episode Notes:

https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/02/28/civil-lawsuit-over-death-of-deaf-girl-in-osaka-raises-questions-about-the-value-of-a-life/

Contact:

Twitter: @JapanBarrier
Email: [email protected]
Axis for Autism – making Autism evaluations accessible and timely Axis for Autism provides Arizona children, adolescents, and adults with the highest-quality autism evaluations. They’ve built Arizona’s most extensive diagnostic system with a deep bench of doctorate-level psychologists, allowing them to serve hundreds of patients monthly. Their highly trained clinical team uses multiple, scientifically validated diagnostic tools and extensive QA protocols to deliver gold-standard evaluations, including ADOS.
Axis for Autism’s deep bench of licensed doctorate-level psychologists has extensive backgrounds in child development and neurodevelopmental disorders. With each one specializing in a different stage of life — preschool children, adolescents, and adults — they can see hundreds of patients a month and support them throughout their entire lives.
What to expect

Initial Free Screening: An introductory call with an Axis for Autism staff member will help determine whether your child or loved one is a candidate for evaluation. (Schedule an introductory call.)
Background: You will be asked to complete paperwork, including a thorough history of your child, in advance of the evaluation.
Assessment: On evaluation day, your child or loved one will spend 45-90 minutes with a highly trained specialist who will tailor the assessment to each individual’s needs. It will be recorded. For children, this assessment typically consists of semi-structured play-based activities, observations, and interviews. Most report it’s a fun experience. After the evaluation, you will schedule telehealth with a psychologist.
Follow-Up & Diagnosis: After consideration of all testing data and other patient information, you will meet with the psychologist to discuss the results and whether an autism diagnosis is appropriate. A virtual visit cuts down the wait time to connect with your psychologist while also saving you another drive to the office.
Report: You will receive a written report and recommendations including formal documentation of the diagnosis, along with guidance and local resources for interventions and therapies.

Learn more:
Website: https://www.axisforautism.com/
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 602-888-8882
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Episode 24: Black History Month! In this episode, Sarah marries disability, history with black history. She shares how the Black Panthers were intricate support system to the disability rights movement. It is her way to pay homage to the black and brown community and thank them for their contribution to assisting people with disabilities as they advocated for their human and civil rights.



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Samuel Estes: Mission of Athletes vs. Epilepsy Joyce welcomes Samuel Estes, Vice-Chair of the Board of Directors at the Hundley Foundation and Board Director at the Bender Leadership Academy. Samuel will discuss advocacy for disenfranchised youth and children living with disabilities.
Winning Isn't Easy Season 3 Episode 4: Disability 101 and Disability Carrier Meaningful Dialogue In this episode of Winning Isn't Easy, Nationwide ERISA Disability Attorney Nancy L. Cavey will discuss the basics of Disability 101 and the importance of meaningful dialogue between disability carriers and claimants. Nancy will discuss key topics such as how to file a claim, common mistakes to avoid, and how to create a meaningful dialogue with your disability carrier. She will also provide insight on what to do if you are denied a claim and how to appeal a denial. Tune in to gain a better understanding of the disability process and how to better communicate with disability carriers."Winning Isn't Easy" is a podcast dedicated to exploring the complexities of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) long-term disability world. Each episode, we delve into the challenges and triumphs of navigating this intricate landscape and bring to light the key issues affecting disabled individuals seeking benefits under ERISA. Get ready to listen in on a captivating listen as we uncover the truth behind "Winning Isn't Easy."Resources Mentioned In This Episode:LINK TO ROBBED: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/get-disability-book/LINK TO PROFESSIONAL BOOK: https://caveylaw.com/get-free-reports/disability-insurance-claim-survival-guide-professionals/FREE CONSULT LINK: https://caveylaw.com/contact-us/Dr. Braun's Website and Information: https://www.bayareaorthofl.com/david-t-braun/Need Help Today?Need help with your Long Term Disability or ERISA claim? Have questions? Please feel free to reach out to use for a FREE consultation. Just mention you listened to our Podcast!Review like and give us a thumbs up! We love to see your feedback about our Podcast!

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Documentary ‘On The Way Home’ Alleges Discrimination Against Intellectually Disabled By Police At approximately 6PM on September 25th, 2007, 25-year-old Kenta Yasunaga was cycling home from a workshop he regularly attended in Saga Prefecture, southwestern Japan, when police officers attempted to stop him, believing him to be acting suspiciously.

However, Kenta Yasunaga had difficulties in communicating due to his autism. Kenta Yasunaga would later die at the hospital to which he was taken and his cause of death was found to be acute cardiac arrest.

Episode Notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/02/25/documentary-on-the-way-home-alleges-prejudice-by-police-towards-people-with-intellectual-disabilities-in-japan/

‘On The Way Home’ YouTube Video (Japanese language with sign language): https://youtu.be/TML4BzxFqcc
One in Five Intellectually Disabled Person in Japan Faces "Opposition" when Pursuing Relationships Kyodo News conducted a survey of people with intellectual disabilities and their families nationwide regarding the problem of people with intellectual disabilities being sterilized or treated at a group home in Hokkaido, it was found on February 26 that approximately one in five (19%) people in their 20s or older have experienced opposition or restrictions from those around them regarding love, marriage or childbirth.

Only 8% had ever married, cohabited or had children. The majority of family members and others were in favour of love and marriage, but about 60% were against having children.

Episode Notes: https://barrierfreejapan.com/2023/02/26/survey-shows-19-of-people-with-intellectual-disabilities-in-japan-continue-to-face-restrictions-regarding-social-relationships/
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