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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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Join us as we discuss The Story of Luke with the writer and director himself, Mr. Alonso Mayo! Written and directed by Alonso Mayo, The Story of Luke explores one young man with autism's journey into adulthood and independence (and... more

We'll get into how the cultural conversation about autism and disability is influenced, and why it matters. Do words make a difference in the progress of our civil rights plight? Also: Autism community news, updates, action alerts and a... more

Kristin Chalmers is a Philadelphia native currently living in New England. In her previous life, she was a professional dancer (not on a pole), an MC for raves throughout Europe, a cover girl for High Times Magazine, an Emerson College... more

Authors Timothy Pina and Richard Paul will be here to talk about their book, "Bullying Ben". Publication Date: March 24, 2013 Many people remember Benjamin Franklin as the man who discovered electricity. But did you know that... more

Our guest on tonight's show is Debby Valdez, on behalf of the organization, Guardianship Reform Advocates for the Disabled and Elderly (GRADE). Raising the community's consciousness about elderly people with disabilities is one of... more

Continued from last week, in which we had technical difficulty, we will explore why so many advocates have been so angry about the continued presence of the Judge Rotenberg Center. We will also discuss how and why this place has been... more

We're going to bring you the latest news and updates on the Judge Rotenberg Center. The JRC, as it is known by advocates, has been a thorn in our nation's side for over four decades. Many have referred to the "treatments" at the center... more

Activist Tara Heidinger will be here to discuss her ongoing campaign for cameras in classrooms. ICAA Radio will discuss coming events and news updates. Alert: Some of the content of the images and the dialogue on tonight's show may be... more

This is an important topic, but one that is not much discussed. There are many autistic adults who struggle with this daily. There are parents who struggle with the decision on disclosure for their children. Why? We will talk about it this... more

We've discussed about the things that are hurting the cause for advocacy, education and advancement. On tonight's show we will focus on how we are working to make things better. Tune in as we discuss real solutions and share... more
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