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Meryl Hathaway is a Wellness coach, inclusive greeting card designer and a face you may have seen on TV here and there. In each episode, Meryl and her fellow "Lemons" swap stories of their medical experiences, from symptoms through recovery, with honesty, empathy and humor to spread the conversation and grow a community, unafraid to speak truth & show support... because really? We're all Lemons!
 
My Wife Is In This Room is a podcast about post-Bachelor life hosted by newlyweds Liz and Ross. Join them as they take a weekly deep dive into all things The Bachelor, recapping the latest episodes and the latest gossip, and peering into the souls of 25 year-old dental hygienists so you don't have to. New episodes drop Wednesdays in 2017.
 
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Meryl Williams is a writer for the internet. And today it's her turn in the guest seat as her husband, interviews her in the Sleeper Hit's 100th episode. --- Follow Meryl on Twitter @MerylWilliams and Instagram @merylkwilliams. Subscribe to the Sleeper Hit for more from Meryl! https://thesleeperhit.substack.com/ --- Theme song: "Sleeper Hold," by S…
 
Everyone lies to the Taylors: Vince lies to Coach about his college visit, TA Derek lies to Julie, and Epyk lies to Tami about her foster home. Plus Julie lies to her parents and runs away to Matt in Chicago instead of finally heading back to school. The only people you can depend on are Becky's new stripper friends. Texas Forever is a Friday Night…
 
This week, we share Part 2 of Chris’s interview with Jayme Grant. Jayme is an Educational Technology and Assistive Technology Specialist in Beaufort, South Carolina who wanted to interview Chris about AAC and Assistive Technology. In Part 2, Chris and Jayme discuss obtaining funding for AAC and AT, shifting away from a direct therapy model for AAC …
 
Here's this week's episode of Mega64 Movie Club- a show we do every week on Patreon- but this time we're opening it to the public! Join us in revisiting this 1996 blockbuster that BLEW OUR MINDS as young, alien-fearing children... but did it deserve its accolades? Does this 4th of July institution hold up 25 years later?…
 
This week, we share Part 1 of Chris’s interview with Jayme Grant. Jayme is an Educational Technology and Assistive Technology Specialist in Beaufort, South Carolina who wanted to interview Chris. The resulting interview is packed with useful tips and ideas for improving AAC assessment and implementation! Before the interview, Chris and Rachel discu…
 
It's cross-town rivalry week again in Dillon and things get heated when an anti-Lion website appears highlighting the boys' juvenile records. Coach Taylor is concerned when Vince's dad gets more involved in his college recruitment prospects. Billy Riggins works privately with Luke and gets him pumped up for the game but gives him one or two pieces …
 
This week, Chris interviews his long-time colleague, Mark Nichols, an AAC/AT Specialist who is the Senior Director of Universal Design and Accessible Technologies at Virginia Tech. Chris and Mark talk about the differences and similarities between higher education and K-12 for universal design and AT, the types of technologies that are often very u…
 
Lucy Huber is a writer and editor at McSweeney's. She calls into the show to discuss a great show from her past: Sabrina the Teenage Witch Games: Over/Under Either/Or Best Buy Find her online at @clhubes --- Follow Meryl on Twitter @MerylWilliams and Instagram @merylkwilliams. Subscribe to the Sleeper Hit for more from Meryl! https://thesleeperhit.…
 
This week, Rachel interviews “The AAC Coach” Kate McLaughlin! Kate and Rachel discuss resetting our expectations surrounding what progress looks like for AAC users, the importance of layering small AAC habits over time to get big results, how to create more effective goals for AAC users, and more! This episode is packed with lots of practical ideas…
 
This week, Chris interviews Meryl Schnapp & Mark N. Brown, AAC Implementation Coaches with Chicago Public Schools. They discuss how the position of AAC Coach was created in their district, why it is so helpful having coaching as a separate position in a school district, what they have learned from instructional coaching research, and more! Before t…
 
This week, Chris interviews Heidi Hosick Joyce, an SLP and specialist in both AAC and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Heidi and Chris discuss some of the differences between coaching in sports and coaching AAC communication partners, including "reflective coaching" - helping someone to change what they are doing at the level they are capable of. They ta…
 
Jennifer Peepas has been writing an internet advice column at CaptainAwkward.com for the last ten years. She is the author of an upcoming collection of advice and essays from St. Martin's Essentials. Games: Over/Under Best Buy First Date Books and movies mentioned (Links are to Amazon, but please Shop local!) 1) Paladin's Grace 2) Clockwork Boys 3)…
 
This week, Chris interviews Tonya Williams-Walker and Beth Poss about improving equity for AAC users. Tonya is an Instructional Specialist, AAC Specialist, AAC professor, and SLP. Beth is an author, SLP, AAC Specialist, and Director of Educational Programs for LessonPix. Beth, Toyna, and Chris discuss the meaning of equity, how equity is different …
 
Ryan Davidson was born and raised in Caldwell, Ohio. He went to Ohio Northern where he studied political science, broadcast journalism and social studies education. Ryan left for study abroad in Scotland in 2006 where he met Lydie, his now wife. They have two kids, Maxime and Abigail. He teaches high school history and economics at an American scho…
 
This week's interview is with Chris's long-time friend and fellow assistive technology specialist, Mike Marotta. Mike is a specialist in inclusive design, and he joins Chris to discuss how accessibility features for common devices like iPhones, iPads, Chromebooks, and Android phones can be used to meet assistive technology needs. They talk about wh…
 
Hanif Abdurraqib is a writer from the east side of Columbus, Ohio. His latest book is A Little Devil In America. Games: Over/Under Secret Snack Best Buy Connect with Hanif: His Website His written works and where to buy them. His Instagram Reach out for booking or brand partnerships Here Hanif's Pop-culture plug: Girlhood, by Melissa Febos (The lin…
 
This week we’re speaking to author, Tom Templeton. Tom originally worked as a journalist for the Observer newspaper before retaining as a doctor when he was 30. These days he works as a GP in Oxford. Tom’s book, 34 patients is published on 27th May. The book describes 34 of the patients that Tom has encountered during his medical career, ranging fr…
 
This week, Chris interviews Karen Janowski! Karen is an inclusive technology and assistive technology specialist who is also co-author of Chris’s new book, Inclusive 365. In the interview, they discuss some of the many ways that we can support literacy for all and make classrooms more accessible to all students (e.g. audio supports, digital texts t…
 
Britt Julious is a music critic for the Chicago Tribune, covering Chicago’s music scene. She has had bylines in Elle Magazine, Glamour and more. She is a human disco ball. Games: Over/Under Either/Or #FamousBae The $500,000 moment mentioned The infamous "Banana Backpack" Moment Find Britt on Twitter at @britticisms or Instagram --- Follow Meryl on …
 
This week, Rachel has an informative and engaging interview with author, YouTuber, dog trainer, and part time AAC user Brittany Dube! Brittany shares about why she is a part-time AAC user, how parents and others can better support part-time AAC users, and how we can show AAC users the respect they deserve in conversation. Before the interview, Rach…
 
In the podcast this week, we’re speaking to best-selling author, Christy Lefteri. Christy’s first book, A Watermelon, a Fish and a Bible, was published in 2010. Her second novel, the Beekeeper of Aleppo came out in 2019 and won the 2020 Aspen Words Literary Prize. It is still high in the bestseller lists two years after publication. Christy’s lates…
 
Elizabeth Gentner is a passionate performer and activist who has performed all over the world. She's worked extensively advancing voter rights and is the current Co-Executive Director of Rank the Vote Ohio, an organization dedicated to educating Ohioans about Ranked Choice Voting. After getting an undergrad degree from the University of Miami in Op…
 
In the podcast this week, we’re speaking to award winning author & journalist, Henry Porter.Henry has written nine novels, including a children’s book. His latest book, The Old Enemy, is the third part of a quartet of thrillers and was published in April this year. --Books Featured In This Episode:The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien (https://bit.ly/3nuHOy…
 
This week, Chris interviews Colleen Warn, Director of the Center for Assistive Technology for the NYC Department of Education. Chris and Colleen discuss how we can make assistive technology more equitable, especially for racially/culturally diverse students and students with a lower socio-economic status (SES). They talk about how their Center for …
 
Delegate Danielle Walker proudly represents Monongalia County in the West Virginia House of Delegates. She has dedicated her life to service, family, community, and public advocacy. Delegate Walker is determined to help not only her constituents, but all West Virginia residents, have access to the best quality of life possible. She is passionate ab…
 
In the podcast this week, we’re speaking to award-winning Novelist, screenwriter, critic and short story writer, William Boyd. William’s first novel was published in 1981 and he has since gone on to publish a further 16 novels and countless short story collections, together with works of non-fiction, plays. A former television critic, he has also w…
 
This week, we present part 2 of Chris’s interview with Amy Fleischer and Corinne Nelson! Amy and Corinne continue with their questions about changing their district to a “specific language system first” model of device selection, and how it can be adapted to best fit the needs of their school district. They also discuss whether PECS should be a pre…
 
Jessica Ellis is an award-winning screenwriter with degrees from UCLA and AFI. Her debut feature, WHAT LIES WEST, a coming-of-age adventure, is available on DVD on 5/11/21. She lives in LA And can be found giving away free pie on Twitter at @baddestmamajama. Her trailer for What Lies West can be found Here Games: Over/Under Best Buy Weird Habit Mor…
 
In the podcast this week, we’re speaking to author, Abbie GreavesAbbie’s debut novel, The Silent Treatment was published in April 2020, and came out in paperback in October. The book, where the two main protagonists are a couple that haven’t said a word to each other for six months is, quite simply, brilliant. We first met Abbie when she agreed to …
 
This week, Amy Fleischer & Corinne Nelson talk with Chris about moving their school district to a Specific Language System First” approach to AAC device selection. There is currently no set standard in Amy and Corinne's district for device selection, and many students go get an outside AAC evaluation before getting a device. There are many differen…
 
Kevin Necessary is a freelance illustrator and editorial cartoonist. He is currently the editorial cartoonist for The Cincinnati Enquirer. His cartoons are syndicated by GoComics, and his cartoons have been published in a variety of publications such as The Week and Politico. A Cincinnati native, Kevin will fight to the death defending Cincinnati c…
 
In the podcast this week, we’re speaking to Sunday Times bestselling author, Ruth Hogan. Ruth’s first novel, The Keeper of Lost Things was published in 2017. It became a Sunday Times bestseller, was chosen as a Richard & Judy book club pick and was published in over 30 countries. She then went on to publish two more books, The Wisdom of Sally Red S…
 
This week, Chris interviews Kim Albrecht, host of the LOMAH podcast and mother of two teenage daughters, one of whom is a minimally-verbal AAC user with autism. Kim shares about how her family came to embrace AAC for her daughter, the importance of siblings and peers modeling AAC, the idea behind the LOMAH podcast, her upcoming podcast series on li…
 
This week, we hear from Chris's interview with Mary Van Donsel & Anne Kuhlmeier, Speech-Language Pathologists and educators who have put on a successful AAC camp for many years. Mary and Anne talk about how they got started with AAC camps, how they train families and campers, the specialists they get involved, and how they train the counselors to s…
 
This week we’re speaking to Managing Director of the Booksellers Association, Meryl Halls.Meryl has been part of the BA, the trade body which promotes retail bookselling in the UK & Ireland, since the year 2000.Her first role in the organization was as a conference assistant in. Since then, she has worked across all of organisation’s major campaign…
 
This week’s interview is part 2 of the coaching call with Nikki Stempien! Nikki is an SLP in the schools who was looking for guidance on AAC implementation for a student with autism and complex communication needs, including how to increase buy-in for high-tech AAC and strategies for coaching communication partners! Before the interview, Chris and …
 
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