Allies are our some of our most important advocates and supporters. In this episode we share practical tips on being a great ally, from lending an ear to pushing for change. Tune in to learn how to make a difference in someone’s life!
Meet author, parent and disability activist, Vicki Rubin. Join us as we learn about her adventures raising her 44 year old daughter with a genetic syndrome.
Invisible disabilities: Yes, they exist even if you can’t see them. How parents of kids with invisible disabilities carry the burden of proof everywhere they go and the trauma that is caused by having to advocate incessantly in an non-inclusive world.
An unfortunate realty of some marriages is separation/divorce… This Thursday’s podcast episode discusses how to make a separation less stressful and more manageable especially when there is a child with a disability in the family. Join us as we interview a lawyer turned divorce coach, Lisa Lisser LZL Coaching, for extremely useful information regarding any […]
Marcy Post in a fascinating conversation about life, death and everything in between…
When parenting our children with disabilities is simply overwhelming… An honest discussion of our parenting ‘breaking points’ and how to deal with them.
Physical Accessibility: Someone may be crying before bed if your ice cream shop does not have a ramp. Learn all the ways in which we can make our communities business and organizations physically accessible.
Ableism and internalized ableism- what it means to us as parents of children with disabilities, and what it means to others…
A father’s perspective on raising a child with a disability, autism, and life in general…
In this episode we are hosting Laura Hernandez. You think your life is complete chaos? Laura found a way to systemaize motherhod and simplify our neverending to do lists!