Learn about what TRUE inclusion means in this episode where we interview Dr. Priya Lalvani. Dr. Lalvani is Professor at Montclair State University. She teaches courses in Disability Studies and is the coordinator for the Graduate Program in Inclusive Education.
Mom, activist, and author Mei Li, shares her journey with her son with a disability and her unique perspective as a Chinese-American, a Brooklynite and a middle child…
Wow! 2022 flew by but not without 52 episodes from Alma and Iris! Tune in to learn which episodes were our favorites and why, as well as what we have in store for 2 Moms no Fluff in 2023!
This week we welcome another mom, Nina N’silo Swai , who’s son is Autistic. She shares what it’s like to love and care for him and concerns about him being Autistic and Black out in the world.
An interesting point of view from Amy Langan who spent the past two decades working with children with multiple disabilities.
Ready to learn more about what it’s like to be Autistic for Maria Linietsky? Listen in to hear part 2 of Maria’s beliefs and perspectives regarding her identity, her community and what she’d like to change.
A fascinating interview with Jocelyn Gottlieb who shares her perspective on raising a child with high support needs. Listen in and learn something new! For more information about DDX3X please visit: https://ddx3x.org/about-us/
A fascinating interview with Meaghan Bates Lorenz, about parenting a child with Type-1 Diabetes. We are grateful for this candid discussion in which Meaghan shares the things we all need to know about Type-1 Diabetes. Listen in and learn something new! Websites that are wonderful all-around resources: Beyond Type 1 T1D Exchange DiaTribe Facebook […]
Maria Linietsky: if you’ve met one autistic person, you’ve met one autistic person! We are grateful to have a young Autistic woman share her experience and perspective on identifying as autistic.
Happy to interview filmmakers Amanda and Tom Dyer discussing their new film “Unseen” Caregiver Documentary.