• 00:32

    Disability Surveillance After A Car Accident

    in Blogs

    Disability Surveillance after a Car Accident is the last thing on an injured person's mind.  Yet, don't dismiss this from happening to you.  Especially if a substantial claim.  The expectation of having an Auto Insurance Claim processed in the manner promised on commercials, is a rude awaking for many people injured in a car accident. ESTRA understands your situation and wants to hear your questions and concerns, so let’s talk. 
    Tune in on Saturdays at 11 am PST for “Talking About You with ESTRA” on BlogTalkRadio.  ESTRA knows firsthand your situation.  You have an opportunity to talk with Guest Speakers as we discuss experiences dealing with Insurance or Self-Insured Employer Claim Processes.  Disabilities, harassment, intimidation, surveillance, are among the topics.  ESTRA also slips in other fun and informative facts.
    ESTRA’s has dealt with Insurance Companies such as USAA, Geico, Pemco, Progressive, Farmers, Allstate, Premera, Blue Cross, United Healthcare, Medicare. Lifewise Assurance Company, and Social Security.  ESTRA’s new book, “Car Accident/Personal Injury Wisdom, Knowledge, & Support" is now available at local or online bookstores.

  • 01:55

    Kiler Davenport Live: The Long And Winding Road To Disability

    in Legal

    Let us help you navigate this treacherous road to disability. Much easier for some than others. Tonight we will be talking about how to make your road much smoother and how to overcome the many fumbles that many people make when dealing with social security, attornies and others. We are going to teach you how to win this difficult and sometimes impossible game. We are not going to encourage you to lie, cheat, steal or manipulate the system. All of the information you hear tonight is based on hard core experience and proven methodologies. If you would like to be a part of the show and have a personal story to tell about filing for disability give us a call at 646-378-1896.


  • 00:31

    Roosevelt Mitchell - Author of "Kayden Is Different"

    in Current Events

    Roosevelt Mitchell III, M.Ed. was born and raised with a disability exactly like Kayden. He is also the author of "Diary of a Disability Scholar." Today Roosevelt is a Doctoral Candidate, Public Speaker, Disability Advocate,Elementary Special Education Teacher for the St. Louis Public School District and President of the RMIII Foundation, a foundation that focuses on normalizing disability in mainstream society. For more information visit http://disabilityscholar.com

  • 00:57

    AMCPress #432 "Facebook Troubles from a Nun Named Nutella"

    in Blogs

    We are satirical news source which provides  uncensored news on numerous topics from around the world. We ransack political figures butcher them to size while keeping a keen eye on current news and events.   AMCPress & Co is the brainchild of Redhood and Alison.  Johnnie is our resident  Techie Wizard. Redhood is our resident international news satirist along with Alison who is the feeder of jokes and frank opinions. Tonight's episode we’ll be ransacking facebook and their latest antics. News about personalized treatment in diagnosing those who have disabilities, then how a nun had no idea she was pregnant… I am sure it was a gift from above. Then how a french couple named their child  'Nutella' which the name didn't last. AMCPress & Co is also apart of the Uncensored Radio Network on Blog Talk Radio. You can find out more about Uncensored Radio at http://myuncensoredradio.com/.

    ** Some Media  (sound effects, news clips and other sounds. etc) is protected by Fair Use.  Beginning theme song is composed by Redhood & Alison and is owned by AMCPress &Co Digital Entertainment. All rights Reserved.  No copyright infringement intended**Find all of our links at http://itsmyurls.com/amcpress.

  • Talk with Tenney: Everyone is Excused: Adam Lanza Scarier in Death Than Life

    in Current Events

    This show airing 10 PM will review the report of the Office of the Child Advocate (OCA) (2014) concerning the Shooting at Sandy Hook Middle School which was published by State of Connecticut.

    This analysis is based largely off of the newly released report on the Sandy Hook School Shootings that was prepared by the State of Connecticut, Office of The Child Advocate (2014).  While the report addressed guns, race, privilege, psychiatry, and a host of other intervening variables, and no conclusion of why Adam Lanza did what he did, the authors of the OCA report, referring to Adam Lanza and all he came in contact with, concluded,  “In the end, only he, and he alone, bears responsibility for this monstrous act” (p. 108).

    People with psychiatric histories have been implicated for the acts of one person and these implications have ranged from being further discriminated against to loss of constitutional rights.

    Tonight, I will review the report, offer analysis, and open the lines for your thoughts!

    (267)521-0167 to be part of the program. 

  • 00:57

    Disability and Daddies

    in Family

    Many people think about Moms when they think about caring for and advocating for a child with disability.  But Dads are part of the equation as well.  We will talk with Ryan Hamilton, co-founder of LifeofDad.com, and Dad to a child with autism, on his experiences as a father.  We will talk about how Dads deal with disability differently from Moms, and the special role each has in ensuring a full life for their child with disability.  

  • 00:31

    Why people do not know about March being National Disability Awareness Month?

    in Politics Progressive

    Join Roderick Lewis, Chair of the Cumberland County Progressives
    Our guests will be: Zarifa Roberson, in 2004 she founded a magazine called i.d.e.a.l., an acronym for "Individuals with Disabilities Express About Life," now published quarterly by the League for Disabilities, Inc., one of Baltimore's oldest nonprofits. Zarifa is also a motivational speaker. "We need people with disabilities to be in the forefront so our younger people will have an image to look up to. I didn't have that growing up. I knew strong African-American women, but they didn't represent me because they didn't have a disability."

  • 02:07


    in Entertainment

    Episode 30


    A Radio Talk show about Love, Sex, Relationships, & Serious Topics no other would dare to touch. Tune Every Sunday from 7-9pm with your host Michelle Kiyoko. Post your questions & your experiences at the following: IG: @thebottomline845; FB: thebottomline845; Twitter: @bottomline845 or you can e-mail us @ thebottomline845@gmail.com!


    Today we have two amazing women coming in that are mothers of children with special needs. Marcella Luppino and Elisha Littles will be opening up about their lives. Marcella's daughter has Cerebral Palsy and Epilepsy and Elisha's son has Autism. They will give advice, share their stories and answer any questions you may have. If you are the mother/father of a child with a disability or a disease I encourage you to listen in !! You are not alone eventhough sometimes you may feel like you are. Feel free to call in with your questions and to share your story.


    Call in during Live hrs @ (602) 753-1767


    & Thats The Bottom Line


  • 03:04

    LOVE, disability & Equal Rights! Dream Catchers with LesPaul

    in Romance

     Love disability & Equal Rights! Dream Catchers with LesPaul

    When people with disabilities fall in love our own government often gets in the way and tries to make it very hard, if not totally impossible for people just because they have a disability to fall in love, get married, and live the American dream!

    Often couples with disabilities who want to get married, have to decide to shack up instead of get married, have their benefits cut, removed, or be told, it’s better for you not to get married and live together, even if it is against your own religious beliefs. This is wrong! Is time to take a stand is time for people everywhere to let freedom ring for equality for people with disabilities to live just like everyone else and fall in love and get married.

    To access the show  clicking the link above or dialing 424-243-9540. Toll-free inside the USA dial 855-473-3711 Toll-free outside the USA dial 202-559-7907

    This will be part of tonight’s topic, and it’s a big one, so I hope you’ll call in and join in on the fun and in a serious topic, and help us come up with real solutions for people with TBI disabilities everywhere to let the Liberty Bell of freedom ring for marriage equality!

    SSDI versus SSI why such a big fight with the Government
    forced to live single or lose your benefits or cuts in pay
    the US government versus people with disabilities
    the ADA and the pursuit of happiness
    Join forces with us as we fight the struggle together, one disability survivor and one dream at a time here on dream catchers. We believe that people with and without disabilities should be able to live your own life as freely as possible, whether they have a disability or not come join the fight!

  • 01:00

    Zarifa Roberson, CEO of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine for Urban Youth with Disabilities

    in Culture

    Join us for a conversation with Zarifa Roberson, CEO of i.d.e.a.l. Magazine, the exclusive quarterly magazine for Urban Young People with Disabilities (i.d.e.a.l. is an acronym for Individuals with Disabilities Express About Life). The magazine focuses on disability lifestyles, culture and political issues facing the disability community, and features fashion, beauty, health & fitness, entertainment, sports, and editorial sections. We'll discuss i.d.e.a.l. Magazine's efforts to climb to the forefront of voicing concerns in the disability community, and Roberson's goals to be the next Oprah for the disability community and to make the magazine a global household name.

    Roberson is a 35 year old from Philadelphia, PA, born with Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congentia (AMC). She holds a B.S. in Speech Communication with a minor in African American Studies from Millersville University, and M.Ed in Rehabilitation Counseling from Coppin State University.

    PA Independent Living Radio Show is brought to you every Friday at 12:00 pm EDT/EST by The Arc of Luzerne County. Please consider a donation in support of our work to help improve the quality of life for people with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and their families.

    Read and subscribe to PA Disability News to stay up to date on news and events of interest to the PA disability community.

    Thanks for listening!

  • 03:01

    Doctor Prepper's C.P.R. Talk Show @Freedomizer Radio

    in Current Events

    According to Doctor Prepper:

    Join me for an intelligent discussion about preparedness and its efficacy for keeping you and your family ready to face the changes occurring in the U.S. Preppers are always looking for the solutions to problems that might cause thirst, hunger, and pain.

    As the economy worsens, and financial matters increase in disparity, the debt is totally out of control, and the political scene is unfathomable, we need self-reliance as a calming influence more  than ever.

    Industries are tanking, jobs are lost to immigrants or outsourced to foregners, corruption within the political system, destruction of personal health and wealth, increasing job losses, disease, debility, disability, divorce, death in the family, accidents--all these events make prepping a valuable skill.

    The new 13th edition of Making the Best of Basics has been published for the current generation, to help them become prepared for both the certain and uncertain future. No doubt, whatever inspiration you have that inspires you to prepare, it really doesn’t matter! Follow the inspiration and get even better prepared.

    If you are prepared, you need not fear!

    James Talmage Stevens (a.k.a. Doctor Prepper)

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