Everyone should be responsible and do it. But, what are your options for when and how you can do it? Join us to unravel the confusion on this important topic. We will speak with Justin Page, Assistant supervising attorney with the Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid/Minnesota Disability Law Center on this and more.
This week, Four individuals from around the state tell how Partners in Policymaking free course taught them to be a strong advocate for themselves and for their children with disabilities.
Applications for next course are due July 10.
This week, Mat Jenson and Mariah Larkin will be with us to talk about Fidgety Fairy Tales and the launching of a new online magazine and podcast created by youth to raise awareness about mental health called Voices of Experience.
This is the episode for June 11th, 2020.
This week, Jean Abbott will be with us talking about her book, “Misdiagnosed…My Thirty-Year Struggle with a Debilitating Disorder I Never Had.”
Recorded 4 June, 2020
Sam speaks with Noah McCourt and Michele Gross, co-founder of Communities United Against Police Brutality will be with us to talk about this topic concerning people with disabilities, laws on body cams and more.
This program was originally aired Thursday, December 19th, 2019.
This week, Sam speaks to Lynn Noren, President/CEO for Rise, Inc about critical services for people with disabilities during this COVID-19 time.
Elizabeth Neil, MD is an assistant professor of Neurology at the University of Minnesota Medical School as well as a neuro-oncologist with University of Minnesota Physicians.
(aired April 30, 2020 on KFAI)