This week, Sherie Wallace will be with us to talk about class number 39 of the
Partners in Policymaking. Joining her will be three of the class participants: Arbdella Hudson, Cassie Kallis, and Nicole Laudont.
Mary Lee Turner joins Sam to talk about a seminar with Hull Foundation Learning Center called Living with Sight Loss
Bre Grand, project manager of Metro Transit’s transit information, will talk about the AIRA pilot period extension. And Jon Skaalen of the Minnesota Access Alliance will note upcoming accessible arts & culture events from the MNAA Calendar.
This week, Andy Streasick, manager of Customer Service for Metro Mobility discusses new changes and revisit some old topics.
A two-part program: First, Sara Calhoun, treasurer of Missouri Guide Dog Users, talks about the 2022 Top Dog Conference. Then, Jim Justisen offers an update on Eye Link.
Sam discusses the book “I Hear The Black Raven, A Petite Memoir,” with the author, Claire Ishi Ayetoro.
This week, Sam is joined by Stan Alleyne from The Arc Minnesota, to discuss the Vitals App and how it’s continuing to expand nationally to better serve people with disabilities and mental health conditions. Also, joining him is Candice Ellis, a former social worker who works closely with people who can greatly benefit from this service.
This week, Dr.Raja Kandaswamy, a professor at the U of M Medical School and medical director of the solid organ transplant unit at M. Health Fairview University of Minnesota Medical Center, will be with us talking about organ transplant and how it’s affected by Covid.