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Southcast radio is a podcast created and run by participants at Southside Unlimited, a non-profit organization serving artists and musicians with developmental disabilities. The podcast is run out of our Clara studios location in Midtown Sacramento, and features reviews, previews, interviews and more! We focus on local artists, events, and musicians. If you are interested in being on our show, please get in touch through our website!
 
Autism Resources International, “Ari”, is a non-profit organization with the mission to help parents plan, implement, and sustain “best-fit” treatments for their children. We provide affordable trainings and workshops to support parents’ central role in their child’s development. We sponsor innovative projects that will advance the understanding and awareness of autism as it relates to our communities.
 
Autism Empowerment is your source for Acceptance, Enrichment, Inspiration and Empowerment within the Autism and Asperger communities. Our non-profit organization supports individuals with AS & ASDs of all ages, all abilities. Visit AutismEmpowerment.org today! Autism Empowerment Radio depends on public support to provide our free programs and services. Listen in and let your light shine!
 
Ryan Somers discovered he is Autistic in his early 40s, after years of wondering "What is wrong with me?" An experienced writer, performer, and broadcaster, he decided to document his journey of discovery as he learned about his own Autism, and went through the process of getting an official diagnosis. This podcast features one-on-one conversations with other Autistic adults, discussing our experiences living as Autistic people in a Neurotypical world, learning, discovering, and finding comm ...
 
Wheels On My Back is a first hand account about growing up neurodivergent and navigating a neurotypical world as a neurodivergent (#actuallyautistic, #actuallyadhd) adult with CPTSD. Because despite the many myths, misconceptions, and stigmas that dominate the mainstream narrative, neurodivergent kids grow into neurodivergent adults - often with a lot of trauma, internalized ableism, and shame to unpack. On this podcast, I’ll explore the burgeoning neurodiversity paradigm and why it matters ...
 
Join us as we discuss a wide variety of topics around home educating, unschooling, mental health issues, autism and other additional needs and how these things shape our family lives. Our hope for this podcast is to offer support to others who may be going through similar issues and to make people aware that there are other ways to educate than conventional schooling. We plan to invite guest speakers on to discuss some of these topics and to share their inspirational stories with us. Comment ...
 
Kelly and Company is AMI-audio’s daily live afternoon program. Listen for interviews and discussion about arts, entertainment and lifestyle information directly affecting the blind and partially sighted community. Contributors from across the country share information on everything from parenting and finance to fashion and gaming. Plus, catch live performances from Canadian musicians, comedians and actors.
 
Do you suffer from imposter syndrome? Have you been called „too much“, „too intense“ „too sensitive“? Do you just hate inequality? Do you have difficulties finding your career path because you are a multi potential person who has a 1000 ideas and 500 projects... all at the same time? Do you have a weird evolved sense of humor? Do you suffer from dyslexia but are fast at grasping new concepts? Do you have a hard time fitting in and sometime feel like a minority of one? Well you are not alone! ...
 
On the In Culture podcast, we go behind the scenes with artists, gamers, musicians, designers, athletes, and visionaries in their fields to share a real-world look at how they’re shaping culture. In our latest podcast series, Variations on a theme, we explore the life and legacy of Sol LeWitt. We’ll cover key themes in LeWitt’s work and explore how his approach still influences some of the creative pioneers shaping the 21st century. Variations on a theme is a companion to the Sol LeWitt App, ...
 
The Electricians Success Academy will help you master the art of electrical business and the electrical trade. Greg Allan, founder of the Academy and Response Electricians is passionate about delivering valuable content to the industry to lift the standard from the bottom up and make it better for every electrician to work and learn in. The Academy provides tools and coaching services to supercharge the results you can achieve as a business owner and encourages all Academy members to be GREA ...
 
Welcome to Caveman Chronicles! If you want raw unfiltered thoughts and opinions, you have come to the right place. This podcast is not for the light hearted, thin skinned, easily triggered, politically correct. We will cover anything and everything of interest with our own raw opinions. If you have a topic you want us to cover, drop us an email at cavemanchroniclespodcast@gmail.com.
 
Hey friends! My name is Sarah Smith and I like to call myself a Stay At Home Mom? Yeah Right! I’m a married mother of three (and a dog!) and a homemaker who rarely finds herself at home! I’m sure my fellow stay-at-home moms out there can relate. On this podcast I will be speaking candidly with my fellow parents and non-parents alike about the ups and downs and ins and outs of their personal journeys. Join me as we connect and converse about the highs and lows of being a parent, or (as the ca ...
 
Your alternative to talkback. Backchat is a weekly show of news, politics, interviews, discussion, satire, and feature reporting. Hosted by Swetha Das and Shami Sivasubramanian. Executive produced by Natalie Sekulovska, with producers Amelia Zhou and Cameron Wilson. Got an idea for a story? - backchat@fbiradio.com We're also on Twitter @BackchatFBi [405192]
 
This podcast is all soul growth through empowering women's eyes. We share incredible interviews, inspirational concepts, and expand your viewpoints on anything and everything. We celebrate women, wine, and talk all things personal development paired with spiritual growth. So pour some wine, and open your mind and join us on this journey!
 
Join music and Disney enthusiasts Jayna and Aimee as they interview other musicians and Disney enthusiasts. This unlikely pair will delve into the experiences of musicians and Disney enthusiasts, as well as themselves. There will also be theater content as well, including Glee. Episodes will be released on Wednesday’s. Follow us on Instagram @jaynaandaimeeexperience.
 
This podcast is aimed at continuing the conversation centered around race, ethnicity, sexuality, classism, and friendship, as black millennial living in a white world. I hope to provide perspective, insight and advice, as well as gain support and information around the central topic. Respect, compassion, and open-mindedness are encouraged for participation. I welcome honest feedback and hope you join the conversion in any way you can. Welcome to the Token Minority.
 
A podcast for families living with hidden challenges, such as autism and other neurodiverse or hidden conditions...and for anyone else wanting to understand, love and support. Co-hosts Anna Oxley-Rintoul, mum of three and founder of Takes a Village, and Jordan Sandler, CEO of CareNow and HoopNow talk to individuals, parents, experts and community leaders to bring light and love to families living with hidden challenges.
 
If you're raising an out-of-the-box kid, you've likely struggled with doubt, guilt, and shame in your motherhood. "Am I crazy?" you've likely wondered. "What am I doing wrong?" You've probably never met another mother raising a neurodiverse child like yours, and truth be told, your mental health has suffered. Host Megan Champion gets it and has a mission to bring connection and support to mothers raising neurodiverse children. Each week, a brave and vulnerable mom shares her story to the wor ...
 
Sensory Matters is a weekly podcast featuring expert interviews from the world of Sensory Seeking, Stimming & Autism. Supporting the World's Number 1 community of Sensory Seekers at chewigem.com this show is all about helping sensory seekers, carers and professionals with useful, interesting and inspiring stories. Find out more at, chewigem.com
 
Adi and Tracy are two moms who realize that today more than ever it still takes a village, not only to raise children, but to get through every day life. Join them as they discuss a variety of topics, interview other women, and try to bring an awareness and open minded mentality to the day to day life we are all going through.
 
The Funny Business Radio Show is hosted by motivational speaker and nationally touring comedian Mike Bova. Mike's shows will be just like the title says...funny and he will touch on all aspects of business, with the goal of helping your business explode! The show is back on the air after a long hiatus, with a different format than before. If you would like to be a guest, contact Mike Bova at 315-404-8200 or mike@mikebova.com Please click the Follow button and follow the show, and in the mean ...
 
My name is IJ Popoola and I'm the host of Mrs. IJ's Kids Inclusive podcast, a show focusing on the challenges of inclusive education for students with disabilities, as well as providing resources for parents, caregivers, educators, and all stakeholders in the African diaspora and in African Nations. In this show, we focus on the possibilities of fully inclusive educational practices in general education classrooms, globally.
 
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Is the subject of autism important to you? Do you know someone who lives with autism? Does someone you love live with autism? Tonight, I am bringing back my conversation with Daniel Svoboda!If the subject of autism matters to you, tonight's podcast is very important! Read on...Daniel, also known as D.J., Svoboda was diagnosed at the age of three wi…
 
Ayanna Davis is an autism advocate who brings positive attention and awareness to autism. She is also an artist, illustrator, fashion designer, and author of 2 books and counting. She is also living with autism. On the podcast we chatted about: -What this past year in the pandemic has been like for her -Why she believes she was diagnosed with autis…
 
Fern Lulham highlights three positive stories from the U.K. disability community.Lui Greco from the CNIB will join us to talk about the virtual summit the CNIB is hosting in early February about Clearing Our Path, a website dedicated to accessible environments ­for people impacted by blindness. Plus, Today’s guest is Content Development Specialist …
 
For National Spouses Day (I actually did not realize it was National Spouses Day today), I’ll be talking with Werley & Carolyn Hartis Stegall who have been married 64 years this week! After that conversation, I will have Kelly Couey & Jeaniece Slater joining me during The Mary Faye Headrick Good Deed Segment to share about legendary girls basketbal…
 
Netflix has raised their subscription prices, and if you’re shopping around, Greg David shares other streaming service suggestions. As we prepare for the Winter Olympics in Beijing, people in Cape Breton are excited at the chance of hosting a special event in 2024. Ryan Delehanty has the story. Plus, During the finale of Big Brother season 23, hous…
 
Tonight, I have a childhood friend joining me on the show! My friend, Stacie Ellis Boss, of Studio BOSS has worked really hard over the past few years to cultivate relationships and help people, especially women, find self confidence & feel amazing again! I hope you will tune in as Stacie shares about her journey and how this effort has not only he…
 
Wellness Expert Frances Wong covers how we can benefit from knowing and applying ergonomic tips in our day to day.Community Reporter Julie Martin highlights a Peer Support Group for Seniors in the LGBTQ Community, being offered in New Glasgow, Nova Scotia.Plus, It’s time for our Book Club. We review Hiddensee by Gregory Maguire, with the recommende…
 
Jennifer Shakespeare is a wife, mom, and family dynamics coach and domestic violence advocate specializing in helping people heal from the trauma of a a loved ones addiction. On the podcast we chatted about: - What these past two years in the pandemic have been like for her and her family. -What led her to her current work with helping people with …
 
Almost one year ago to the day, Emily Chandler did her first interview on TMWS. She was nervous, and rightly so, because she was sharing something very personal, her journey to sobriety. Tomorrow, Emily’s new podcast debuts! It’s called, “Southern, Social, & Still Sober.” I am so proud of Emily not only because of her, now, over three and a half ye…
 
In preparation for Bell Let’s Talk Day, Halifax Reporter Jillian Gillis highlights suggestions on taking care of our Mental Health, and the importance of doing so.We welcome Kimberly Hovey to the KellyCo Community Reporter family! She brings us news from Dawson City, Yukon, and is our first reporter from the North!Plus, A recent study reveals that …
 
On this MADM, Susan Cormany is joining me to share about the Interiors for Heroes program offered through Lettermen of the U.S.A. Through there many programs, LOTUSA does a great work supporting our veteran heroes. I hope you will listen and consider supporting this effort. On March 11th, the One Yard at a Time Gala will take place in Birmingham, A…
 
Freyja Sky, original from Romania is now a streamer in the north of England. At an early age Freyja started struggling with anxiety, something that in her home country was very stigmatised and was told that "getting help for this could impact your ability to get a job!" In this interview she opens up about anxiety, depression, PTSD and so much more…
 
About This Episode: Okay, my friends - if you've never listened to an episode of On The Hard Days before - THIS episode is a great place to start. I have never personally felt more seen and heard than after chatting with the amazing Avril Brown. She gets it. Moment after moment of our conversation is filled with insight into accepting ourselves in …
 
Marc thinks he looks older and why lie, a Special Needs parent is ridiculously stressed. Are Parents of an Autistic kid more overweight n dun-healthy compared to other parents? We have observations. Why is it important for Special Needs parents to get your health ON-TRACK! HypnoPedia: Would or Have you tried it? Facebook: The Daily Autism IG: @Dail…
 
On this MADM, Sarah Slack, founder of The TEARS Foundation, is sharing about the Charlie & Braden Project which was established after Charlie and Branden Powell lost their lives by homicide. In their honor, the Charlie & Braden Project supports families who lose children (ages 12 & under) to an accident or homicide. I hope you will listen and share…
 
Ibiyemi Ayeni is the Initiatives Manager at Special Olympics Nigeria @sonigeria where she designs and implements projects aimed at reducing inequality. Her education and professional experience have centered on Project management and Accounting, with proficiency in project planning, process improvement, and performance management. She has always ha…
 
Facebook: @TheDailyAutism IG: @DailyAutismPodcast Worst School Pick-up ever had a ridiculous ending. Cal really knows how to "game the system." Mixing the other Kids' sports with Autistic kids is always interesting, and by interesting we mean DANGEROUS, because you just never know... which is why we have to drive separately to sports. Also, Our ABA…
 
On today's show, I am sharing my conversation with Charlie’s Chance founder & Miss Leeds Area’s Outstanding Teen Elaina Burt! We’ll be focusing the subject of epilepsy and her effort to bring seizure first aid training to our schools. She’ll also be sharing about Charlie Mae’s First Day written by her aunt, Hannah Wilson, the same Charlie that was …
 
On this MADM, Todd Boland, who was a student/athlete football player at Auburn University from 1990-1993, is sharing about his support of the Lettermen of the U.S.A. and the upcoming One Yard at a Time Gala to financially support the various veteran programs offered by Lettermen of the U.S.A. I hope you will listen & share. For gala tickets, go to …
 
On this edition of TMWS, we are all in for the Riehle family as we help Skyler and his family purchase a wheelchair accessible van, Cora & I were able to deliver an anonymous $150 donation to the family this afternoon in honor of my friend, Tim Hice. I hope you will listen to Skyler's story and support this effort. At the very least, please share. …
 
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