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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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Rachel Morgan, founder of the Adam Morgan Foundation for Autism will be here to talk about the foundation, the upcoming April "fun run" and local issues in the Autism community. Emily Malabey hosts.

Autism Advocate, and coordinator Rachel Morgan will be here to discuss the Missouri First Steps program and how parents and the community can access the national First Steps services.

Special date and time! ICAA Radio will be LIVE in Jefferson City covering the disability rights legislative day rally and activities. Tune in!

Our Special Guest today will be Teri Pinney, educational consultant, author,former SLC school board candidate, teacher and assistant principal. Now Pinney is a school accreditation evaluator lead for Southern Association of... more

Autistic License is the autobiographical account of one family's journey to raise a son with autism. From the time that her child is diagnosed at age three, "Mom" leads us through the challenges and milestones of living with autism. An... more

We are using the name "Linda" to refer to our guest today for her privacy. We will be discussing the activities at the Judge Rotenberg Center with our guest who has had first hand experience with the place. Live chat will be open and all calls will... more

We will be joined by Project Lifesaver advocates and representatives to talk about the program, how it saves lives and why ICAA endorses PLI. Project Lifesaver helps people who may wander off, get lost or otherwise become... more

Principal Lawrence Green of SeaWind Elementary has won the Mind the Gap Award, the national ICAA education appreciation award. The award is presented twice per school year and Mr. Green is the recipient of the Winter... more

Mr. Kamleiter is an attorney who focuses upon representation of children with disabilities in public education. He is also a national speaker on the rights of children with disabilities and a board member on the Council of Parent Attorneys... more

We will be joined by representatives from the Family Support Network out of the St. Louis, MO area. We will learn about what services they offer, eligibility, and how they are making a difference in our community for families with... more
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