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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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Special Musical Guest Oh, Alchemy is here!! Oh, Alchemy will also be performing LIVE at our September 11th event!! The ICAA Radio on BTR will take all calls pertaining to recent issues, news, and our past episodes and the ICAA mission.... more

We are proud to host the founders of Surfers for Autism, a renowned, innovative program on today's show. Find out how Surfers for Autism are helping people on the Autism spectrum through riding the waves! Find out how you can... more

The ICAA interviews Estee Klar (www.esteeklar.com). Estee is founder of "The Autism Acceptance Project" (TAAP) and has done a great deal of work for the Autism and disabilities community.We will discuss her work, mission and vision... more

Tune in at 10 (Central US time). We will be talking to Representative Scibak about the Judge Rotenberg Center. Where is the bill? What can people do to help? What is Rep. Scibak's views on Aversive therapy? What does he think is... more

The ICAA has learned of a special school for special kids called Abi's Place. Abi's Place seems to be a nurturing, positive environment for children with Autism Spectrum and various special needs. All of these kids and their families are... more

We will be joined by Senator Joyce of Massachusetts for this very special episode. As many know, the controversial Judge Rotenberg Center, located in Massachusetts, has been using a very painful type of "skin shock" on the... more

Discrimination based on race. Discrimination based on disability. Loved ones being locked up and locked away. This is reality for many people, even in America- in the year 2010. In the Autism community in particular, our loved... more

We will be joined by Advocate, Student, lecturer and consultant, Alexander Cheezem, Dr. Marty Rukeyser and Doctor Lisa Rankin who have all done some very fascinating work in the Autism realm. Dr. Rankin and Dr. Rukeyser will... more

This is the beginning of a special series. We will feature at least one artist in each of these episodes who are working to help people on the Autism spectrum through music and various mediums of art. This week we will feature Rickie Lee... more

From special education, society, family to health care; there is always a spot in our lives where there exists a need for strong advocacy related to the special needs of folks with different abilities. This show will feature Areva Martin: Award... more
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