This week, Sam talks with Trevor Turner about Usher Syndrome. Trevor is a volunteer and
Ush ambassador with the Usher Syndrome Coalition. Also between segments, we hear music by people with Disabilities.
This week, Sam talks to Author Chris Stark, about her novel Carnival Lights
This week, Dr. William Mantyh will join us, to discuss Alzheimer’s, what’s happening now, and how did the pandemic affect the disease.
This week, Dr.Jill Foster from the University of Minnesota Medical School joins Sam to talk more about vaccines and covid in adults, kids, and where we are at now. Tune in to get informed!
Charlene Doll takes the driver’s seat this week, interviewing Rubin Hardin, Accessibility Innovator for In The Heart of The Beast Puppet and Mask Theater.
This week, Sam talks to Sid Severson, Development Associate for Wingspan Life Resources, and Mike Miner President of PAI about the Made in the Shade event among other topics/.
Listen as we reair an episode from October 31, 2019, with our guest Matt Ater, the Vice President of Vispero, a company that produces assistive technology for the blind and people with low vision. He will be talking about all things accessible technology with Vispero. This includes new advances in accessible kiosks.
On this truncated version of Disability and Progress, Sam’s guests had to cancel at the last minute so she plays a panel of lesbian women with disabilities, as heard on Outbeat Salon on KRCB radio in Northern California!