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CAN Radio is a public service provided by the Council for Autism and Neurodiversity. Episodes present news, interviews, reports, alerts, information and entertainment for the community. To learn more about the show, including sponsorship, requests, internships, and other information, visit the CAN website.

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The Composer/Musician who has worked as an editor for MTV and such series as Baywatch and The Office, drops in to discuss with ICAA Radio how his music is used therapeutically for people with Autism and other challenges. Be sure... more

ICAA welcomes Powerhouse Advocate Randi Solomon. She will share some tips, words of wisdom and resources for parents, fellow advocates, and listeners. This is a unique opportunity to learn from one of the top advocates for education,... more

As we celebrate Autumn, join us to share some special ideas and tips for our friends who celebrate Halloween, or just want to have some fall fun. People who have some challenges will appreciate some unique tips and ideas to... more

Emily Malabey hosts the ICAA Radio on BTR. Australian artist and Special guest Tim Sharp, creator of Laser Beak Man and his mom Judy will be here today. Tim is a man on the Autism spectrum and his art has been a unique way of... more

Is bullying in schools really allowed? Is it just to be expected? How do we deal with this? What can we all do in society to stop the insanity? Brett Scudder is a major advocate working hard to protect kids in schools and is here to follow... more

Lisa Daxer is a senior biomedical engineering student with autism. She writes a blog, "Reports from a Resident Alien," in which she discusses autism, daily life, human nature, and disability rights. She lives near Dayton, Ohio, with two cats,... more

ICAA special guest,Kristina Chew is an Associate Professor of Classics at Saint Peter's College in Jersey City, New Jersey. She has published a number of articles about autism, disability studies, and literature, most recently in Gravity... more

Greg Koltsov became involved with autism in his college days with his roommate, Dele Popoola. About 16 years ago, Dele's 19 year old cousin Matthew was diagnosed with autism. At the time, Matthew, was 1 in every 3,000 children... more

Wendy Portillo violates her probation by discriminating against yet another student with a disability. It was not only Wendy Portillo this time, but others in the same district! What is going on in Port St. Lucie County School District? Is there... more

This show will feature a special guest speaking about his work in the disabilities and mental health fields. Jonathan Dosick is an activist who is focused on human rights problems in mental health settings. In 2003, he founded a... more
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