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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

Lisa Zion was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio. She has been acting since high school and later joined several community theatres including the Toledo Area Players and Maumee Civic theatre. A job transfer brought her out west where... more

DISABLED RADIO believes that the resignation of NH State Representative Martin Harty was the correct action to take. Any politician who has that much disdain for a segment of his constituency can not fairly or effectively govern... more

Paul Mugambi will be are guest,is a young blind person from Kenya with special needs education background currently in charge of disability mainstreaming in a refugee camp. He is an artist, motivation, speaker and consultant.

Nina G is the world’s funniest female comedian who stutters (or at least until she finds another one). She is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and performs at comedy clubs and events. She also does motivational speaking and keynote... more

Inspired by his daughter Victoria, Howard Renensland (REN EN SLAND) founded [with]tv to provide an opportunity for her to have a voice and a career in the entertainment industry. With the media’s continued portrayal of... more

This week we’re pleased to welcome Tom Kirkpatrick to Disabled Radio. Tom is the author of The Old Boys of Summer, a history of the first 100 years of baseball. Tom also lives with a traumatic brain injury, the result of a car accident at 10... more

Day Al-Mohamed is a senior legislative and federal affairs officer in Washington, D.C. She currently hosts Day in Washington, a disability policy podcast that acts as a resource on issues and articles of interest to the disability community.... more

Mike Ervin is a writer and disability rights activist living in Chicago. His play The History of Bowling was produced at the Victory Gardens Theater in Chicago in 1999 and 2000, by the Know Theater Tribe in Cincinnati in 2001, by... more

Disabled Online was developed by Jay Cohen. Despite not having the ability to operate a keyboard, due to muscular dystrophy, Jay was able to launch the website in March of 2004, thanks to the use of voice recognition software.... more

After a few days of networking on the West Coast, Rob has some new people on board here at Disabled Radio, so this week's show will be a coffehouse chat. We'll be introducing some new voices and some people in new roles. We'll also be... more