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Who: Disabled Radio is for those with disabilities who have reached their road to independence as well as those who are looking for support for their disabled loved ones. What: A Talk Radio Show which focuses on disabled issues with a fresh perspective. Where to go for help after support has ran out still havening desires for what "Normal" people have. Disabled people still have wishes and desires for Careers as well as Home Ownership with the picket fence. Learning how to get away from government support and planning toward their own retirement. Why: We have concerns for protecting our health and assets and maintaining our personal independence. We believe disabled people are a fragmented minority who tend to associate with other disabled people who don't see the bigger picture. We in Disabled Radio wish to bridge all disabled citizens together to create a larger lobby to further Disabled Rights

On-Demand Episodes

Join us to chat with Victoria Lewis, anthologist of "Beyond Victims and Villains: Contemporary Plays by Disabled Playwrights." How are you writing your role?

Allen Rucker, an author and TV writer-producer, will be joining us to continue the discussion how people with disabilities participate in and are shown by the media.

Henry Holden works toward the inclusion of people with disabilities in the media. He is the founder of Performers with Disabilities for the Screen Actors Guild. He's also produced an award winning documentary called "Look Who's Laughing," a... more

Eric Mee from the Comedians with Disabilities Act San Fransico, joins us this week.

On September 21 our conversation will be with Dr. David Shern, President and CEO of Mental Health America. Our conversation with Dr. Shern will include advocacy, policies, and legislation that affects mental health

First we hear from Edwin Black, discussing his book "The War Against The Weak," which is a discussion of America's involvement in eugenics. This is a horrifying story that needs to be told. In the second half of the show, we'll chat... more

Henry Holden is the founder of Performers with Disabilities for the Screen Actors Guild, he was bestowed with the honor of receiving the Joseph P. Riley Award for his unwavering commitment to work toward the inclusion of persons with... more

Kathryn C. Casey will join us, who concentrates her practice in the area of elder law, including asset protection,life care planning, estate and special needs planning, special needs trusts, adult guardianship estates, decedents' estates... more

Bob Cotton, who has developed lifts for tractors, will join our discussion for creative solutions for access in the workplace.

Rollin' Wear Inc. makes and sells adaptive clothing that gives its customers the opportunity to express their personal style while wearing clothing that allows for comfort and eliminates the negative health outcomes wearing non-adaptive... more

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