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Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity. The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive. Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ran ...
 
Join the founder of The Full Bloom Project for a regular dose of body-positive parenting wisdom. Zoë Bisbing, LCSW, body-positive psychotherapist and mother of three, brings together diverse experts to connect the dots between research and activism in child and adolescent development, mental and physical health, nutrition, social justice, intersectionality, and eating disorder prevention. Each episode distills everything from scholarly research to self-help books into accessible and digestib ...
 
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Todays podcasts is a rebroadcast podcast of an interview done with Eddie Webb with their New Media Lab Experience at Mesa Community College. In this podcast we learn about the work happening in Fall 21 with a series of virtual workshops on how to implement more indigenous practices in the spaces and places we work! PC to Host Indigeneity Workshops …
 
Carlia Oldfather, Director of Operations from Stand Up for Kids in Orange County, is our guest today! Stand Up for Kids is a national, non-profit organization that serves youth between the ages of 12-24 that are experiencing homelessness. There are twenty chapters throughout the nation. Join us for a behind-the-scenes look at this wonderful organiz…
 
If you dread hearing, “What’s for dinner tonight?”, then you’re going to LOVE today’s guest. If, like most of us, you live a busy life, have picky eaters or food allergies in your family, or just need a dash of inspiration and a serving of encouragement for answering that burning question, keep listening! Marie Fiebach is the founder of “Feed Your …
 
We’re so thrilled to have Caroline Hines as our guest today. Caroline is a Social-Emotional School Counselor at a public charter school here in California, and she shares with us the advantages that having a dedicated counselor onsite provides, how kindness is taught through each grade level, plus she offers tips on how you can foster more kindness…
 
Our guest today describes herself as a “veteran educator, survivor of burnout, and a self-care advocate.” Kayland Lamar coaches educators on self-care practices and boundary-setting in the classroom. If a healthy work-life balance and proactive personal wellness habits seem out of reach for you, then you will definitely want to listen to the tips t…
 
When kids experience challenges meeting certain expectations, that can result in their frustration, which can often lead to concerning behaviors if they’re not equipped with the necessary skills to adapt. Our guest today trains parents, educators, and clinicians in an evidence-based treatment called the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) mod…
 
In todays podcast we take a deep dive into the ideas that make me a me and you a you! We cannot understand anything without understanding ourself first! We look at the need for an accurate self concept – we have to own really who we are right now and stop pretending to be what we are not putting effort into being or becoming. We look at the need fo…
 
We’re thrilled to bring you another great interview today! Melanie Oates is a motivational speaker, philanthropist, and advocate for special needs families, including her own. Stay tuned to hear more about her amazing nonprofit, Here For A Reason, Inc., and the work she does as an advocate, the intensive research she did on behalf of her children, …
 
It’s been a little more than a year since the start of this pandemic, so we thought we’d take a look back at California-specific senate bills to revisit how we saw them played out. We’ll also be discussing how you can be preparing for the summer and the upcoming school year. We hope you join us! Show Highlights: California Senate Bills: an overview…
 
We’re so thrilled to have Dr. Whitney Casares (“Dr. Whitney”), creator of the popular “The Modern Mommy Doc” website with us for today’s interview! Join us as we dive into the topics around new parenthood and self-care, and discuss her newest book, The Working Mom Blueprint, which will be released May 11, 2021. Whitney Casares, M.D., M.P.H., F.A.A.…
 
Today we unpack the concept of perspective. For it is only through the lens of our own perspective that we have the ability or capacity to experience the world. We will look at the FACT that for YOU or someone else – your perspective IS your experience of reality. That is it – its all of it you cannot experience something outside your perspective. …
 
We can’t wait to share our wonderful conversation with you today! Our guest is Renee Pena Lopez, an Early Childhood Learning Specialist, a Special Education Itinerant Teacher (SEIT), and the host of “The Magic of Littles” podcast! Join us as we talk about advocacy, early intervention, the importance of play, and making sure each child receives what…
 
In recognition of Autism Acceptance Month, we’re honored to speak with Nicole Ballingoff. Nicole is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and the Regional Director at Kyo, formerly known as Gateway Learning Group. Kyo has undergone recent rebranding and other exciting changes and continues to grow across the nation. Kyo’s focus is autism therap…
 
We’re so happy to have Kara Ryska with us today! Kara is local to SoCal and has her own podcast that we think you will find very helpful. In this episode, Kara shares how her journey propelled her to become a life coach to specifically help other special needs moms. We’re sure you’ll find encouragement and inspiration as you listen! Show Highlights…
 
In today’s podcast we welcome Anti-Racism expert Daryl Davis. Mr Davis has made as a part of his life goal to prove you cannot hate someone you do know know. To this end Mr Davis has befriended many current and former self avowed white supremacists (KKK members or Neo-Nazis). And to that end he has also been gifted 20+ former Klan members robes as …
 
If you’ve never heard of the Inclusive Digital Expression and Literacy (IDEAL) program out of Georgia State University, you’re in for a treat! IDEAL is an inclusive, post-secondary education program with a unique focus on creative and digital media. We are so excited to bring you this conversation with Cara Davis, who serves as the Academic Access …
 
In today’s podcast we will look at how to set and enforce personal and relational boundaries with others. We all know about the concept of “house rules” the guides and expectations that help us get a sense what we should and should not do in a space. Boundaries work the same way with people! For this podcast is was guided and inspired by an article…
 
Among many other roles and accomplishments, our guest today, Robin Williams Evans, is a wife, a mother to a child with severe disabilities, an ordained minister, a coach to families with special-needs children, and author of the Washington Post best-seller, Living a Happy Life with a Special-Needs Child: A Parent’s Perspective. As Robin explains, f…
 
We’re excited to get to speak with Rachel Lissy, an educational consultant for the podcast series, “Nice White Parents”! Listen in to hear the inside scoop on how the podcast came about, the role she played in it, and what her own research and experience reveal about the intersection of integration and the discipline gap. Show Highlights: Rachel de…
 
We’re so pleased to talk today with Lee Lombardo from the YMCA of Orange County. She has been a Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 1996 and has been in the fields of social services and mental health since the mid-80s. Lee has always had a heart to serve vulnerable populations in the community. The programs that Lee currently oversees are two th…
 
In this episode we will examine the idea that we literally “pay” to things with our focus, with our listening, and with our attention. This attention and our sense of focus is vied for with millions to billions of dollars as our time and attention is SO precious and valuable. We look at the hard truth of the fact that if we are REALLY honest we don…
 
We are so very pleased to share this enlightening conversation we had with Andrew Edwards, the author of three books, including the memoir, I've Got a Stat For You: My Life With Autism. Listen in as Andrew opens up with us about his life with autism, what inspires him, what he does to maintain his positive outlook, and the legacies of determination…
 
We’re excited to share this enlightening conversation with you today. It will give you a whole new meaning of the term “good schools” and it will give you a reason to consider the benefits of an integrated school. Our guest, Andrew Lefkowits, is part of the leadership team at Integrated Schools and is the host of the Integrated Schools Podcast. Int…
 
In this podcast we will look at the idea that we need to own the responsibility to be our best self. In our Heart first, then in changing what we think and believe, then speaking that belief (or Be-life) into being. It starts by creating the new opportunity of a new reality into being within us just by dwelling on what we want to be, what type of p…
 
Our guest today is Will Butler, Vice-President of Community of the Be My Eyes app. If you haven’t heard of this app yet, we think that you’re going to be blown away when you learn how a small act of kindness can have such a big impact in the lives of blind and low-vision people. Listen in to learn more about this app, the people behind it, who it r…
 
Our guest for this episode is Leah Moore, a high school English teacher and a 2009 recipient of the prestigious, “Teacher of the Year” award, which is presented to ten New York City Teachers annually. She also teaches adaptive theater to mostly non-verbal students, which gave her an opportunity to learn a whole new way to approach a curriculum that…
 
Today we’re joined by fellow podcaster, Janice Scholl of “Money, Career, and Motherhood Podcast”. You’re in for a treat (and some reflective moments!) as our conversation centers not only around the intersection of money, career, and motherhood but the wild cards that appear in our lives, at times! We hope you join us! Show Highlights: Janice share…
 
This week we have yet another interview with our good friends at the Inclusive AF podcast Jackye Claton and Katee Van Horn. Both are Diveristy Inclusion and Equity Experts! This roundtable discussion will touch on the highlights and low lights of what is is like to “do the work” day in and day out. We talk about ideas relating to reverse racism, no…
 
Ever since we talked to Jill Stowell, Founder and Executive Director of Stowell Learning Center, some time ago about Getting to the Root of Learning and Attention Challenges [IEP 090] and hearing about how evidence-based science and clinically researched programs encourage the brain to develop new, and more effective neurological pathways, we have …
 
Hello, listeners! We just wanted to check in with you and give you our most up-to-date information on what we’ve been experiencing so far, now that we have a full first semester of the 2021 school year behind us. Show Highlights: On the positive side, California’s Governor Newsom is taking education during this time seriously, but unfortunately, al…
 
We are so thrilled to have Donna Tetreault back on our podcast. This last year has been a rollercoaster ride of emotions, and Donna will be sharing her resources, tips, and tricks for parents to help their children in identifying and moving past what they’ve been feeling. Donna Tetreault currently hosts the podcast ‘Kids Under Construction.’ Her pa…
 
In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Indigenization. We will talk about Indigenization, What is it? (systems of nonviolence, no harm, non-marginalization, and non-exploitation). How each of us has been helped by Indigenization and Indigenous Thinking. This podcast attempts to help us unpack what I feel the antithesi…
 
Joining us today is TJ Nelligan, author of the newly-released book, Live Like Sean. TJ is an entrepreneur, advocate, and former Chairman & CEO of the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games. The sudden passing of his son, Sean, stirred TJ to write a loving tribute that is poignantly captured via a first-person perspective of seeing the world through the ey…
 
We’re excited to bring you this conversation with Haley Moss! Haley is a South Florida native who was diagnosed with autism at age three. She is now an attorney who is open about her journey, inspiring hope for other autistic people and their families and friends. Haley is a leader on disability inclusion, autism, and neurodiversity in the workplac…
 
Welcome to the New Gregorian Year 2021 – or I as am calling it 2020 the bad extended mix. In this podcast and the next we will look at the cultural concepts of Colonization and Indigenization. This podcast will reflect on the events of Dec 6th. From a Native Lens with our thoughts and feelings on the matter. We will talk about Colonization, What is…
 
Welcome to 2021! We’re excited to bring you this great conversation with Mallory, Katie, and Lori from The Childhood Collective. Mallory, Katie, and Lori all have experience working with neurodiverse kids: kids with ADHD, learning and language differences, anxiety, and autism spectrum disorders. Once families receive a diagnosis, they often feel un…
 
Todays podcast looks deeply at the idea of what is the enemy. Is enemy the best word to use when working against others for the acknowledgement of humanity? Is opponent better or does that still imply the person is the problem. Does opposition work better to focus on the forces not the people. This podcast will look at how it is SO easy to see the …
 
Please join us in what will be our last conversation of 2020. We’re taking a break during the month of December to rest and rejuvenate from what has been a difficult and unpredictable year for most of us, and we plan to return in January 2021 with a fresh perspective and more interviews with some really great guests. Our hope is that you will also …
 
We’re joined by fertility awareness educator Lisa Hendrickson-Jack to learn about all things periods. Lisa discusses common misconceptions about menstrual health, and we explore why helping your daughter understand her menstrual cycle can promote body-positivity. Get our guide to body-positive parenting. Click here for show notes.…
 
Rob Gorski is an author, influencer, and advocate. He is known on social media as The Autism Dad and we are honored to have him on the show with us. Rob is a single dad of three kids with autism, and he shares his compelling story of how he started a blog years ago in order to cope with his overwhelming feelings and how that has evolved into him be…
 
What do you remember about being in middle school? It can be such a difficult transition time for many of us, and our children and students in that same age group are no exception. That’s why we are so thrilled to have Phyllis Fagell with us today. Phyllis Fagell is a school counselor for K-8 children and teens. She is also a psychotherapist, a col…
 
In recognition of International Kindness Day. We look at the true earth shaking Power In Kindness. We talk about how Kindness needs some reframing as it gets a bad rap for being weak or naive. It is very strong and a powerful force for change! We talk about the vitality of Kindness due to our mirror neurons and oxytocin boost which can later lead t…
 
While we embrace the language used by the original body-positive movement to characterize our signature parenting style, our next hidden gem episode from Season 1, featuring Dr. Carly Guss and researcher Dr. Sabra Katz-Wise about gender non-conforming and trans youth, reminded us that sometimes body-positivity is simply not inclusive enough and, fr…
 
We’re pleased to sit down with Maria Davis-Pierre for today’s conversation! Maria is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works with children who are on the spectrum and their families. Her oldest daughter is autistic, and as both a parent and professional, Maria noticed gaps in the representation and servicing of black families with ASD diagnose…
 
Our guest today is Dr. Katherine Cumings Mansfield and she walks us through a fascinating glimpse into the research behind the historical, political, and socio-cultural roles of education, and the way it all intersects with race, ethnicity, gender, religion, and language. We know that you’re going to enjoy this episode! Dr. Katherine Cumings Mansfi…
 
Election Day 2020 is almost here. In this podcast I share a few thoughts on our local election. I talk about the need to get some food, and resources together in the next few days – just in case things get wonky. I talk about the need to get your ballot physically to the ballot box or vote in person (most vote my mail is not assured to get in by no…
 
It's halloween week and we are reposting our season one conversation with the "original intuitive eating" dietitian and author Evelyn Tribole. She talks with us about the best ways to handle all this “junk food” (aka halloween candy) with kids (and why she uses the term “play food” instead). Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full s…
 
We’re thrilled to have Fiona McEntee, from McEntee Law Group, as a guest today. Fiona is an immigrant from Dublin, Ireland, who has been in the United States for more than fifteen years and is a naturalized citizen. She is a mom, a wife, and an immigration lawyer based in Chicago. Fiona is also the author of a recently published, award-winning chil…
 
We’re thrilled to have Melinda Arnost on the show today for an exciting conversation around teachers and providing them not only the tools they need to successfully create and lead their inclusive classrooms but a guidebook that breaks it all down for them. Melinda Arnost is an Intervention Specialist who currently teaches grades K-3 in autism unit…
 
This week it just felt right to take you back to Season one of the pod, episode #19 where Dr. Rebecca Kennedy (before she was the instagram sensation @drbeckyathome) taught us how to harness the power of simplicity and presence to foster emotional connectedness in our kids. We love her “less is more” recommendation to approach our children’s emotio…
 
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