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Rob Pritts

Disabled Radio


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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

Scott Rains, the author of Rolling Rains Report, on travel, disability, and universal design, will join us on June 1 at 8 PM central time.

Tonight we discuss disability culture with Valerie Brew-Parrish, and hear about the Disability Pride Parade. If you're anywhere near Chicago on July 23rd, consider participating in the parade or coming out to watch. For more... more

Michael O'Connell from the Comedians with Disabilities Act in Sacramento, California joins us this week for a glimpse into wheelchair humor.

Disabled Radio is pleased to host George Flores: a former heavy-metal musician turned standing harp technician for Venus Harps, thanks to a standing wheelchair, George will also be a judge in the Ms. Wheelchair America competition in... more

?We want to show the world that life does go on once you have sustained a disability. There are many ways to express your sense of freedom: the arts, music, writing, sports and many other talents you never knew you had or... more

Listen as Rob Pritts and Vince talk about extreme sports for the disabled. Yes Rob did fall 15000 feet!

Walking by Faith….Eric Irion has Spina Bifida and is former missionary to China, Venezuela, and Northern Ireland. His story is one of faith and perseverance. Join us Wednesday night as Eric and guest host Randy Shepard... more

In Feburary, 2010 Brittany wrote and published a children's book called "i Sit in a Wheelchair...But I Will Be Okay.' The book was published by Stragetic Book Publishing. This is about a five year old girl named Penny Brown who goes to... more

On April 6th, Disabled Radio welcomes guest Dom DeBellis. We'll chat with Dom about sharing life with an adult-acquired disability.

Greg Perry may have been born with one leg and a total of three fingers, but don't call him disabled! He prefers the term "handicapped" because the ADA advocates hate that term. He recently fulfilled his long-standing promise to expose the... more