Dec 10, 2019
Today’s guest takes us on a fascinating and educational journey into ableism, the study of disabilities and prejudices of disabilities.
Dr. Michelle Nario-Redmond, a social psychologist at Hiram College in Hiram, Ohio, joins Amanda and Vickie to discuss changing people’s perceptions about disability.
Dec 3, 2019
Michelle Sullivan joins Amanda and Vickie on today’s episode.
Michelle is a warrior mom whose advocacy was inspired by her son, Eli, who has Down’s Syndrome, to found Littlest Warrior Apparel and to write a book entitled Eli, Included, which is a fictional story about Eli's first day of school.
Are you ready to be...
Nov 26, 2019
Amanda and Vickie are excited to bring you the panel discussion, “Building the Bridge Between Reading Literacy and the Consequences of Falling Behind” from October 24th, and which raised nearly $13,000. This money will be used towards providing free legal services to 24 families.
Panelists discuss what happens when...
Nov 19, 2019
Anne Fricke, poet, writer, podcaster joins Amanda and Vickie on today’s podcast to tell her story about raising a daughter with Prader-Willi Syndrome.
Listen in as they discuss Anne’s journey to her podcast, "Walking With Freya; A Journey Through Special Needs Parenting", and how it quickly morphed into having other...
Nov 6, 2019
You may recognize today’s special guest if you keep up with The Lucky Few podcasts.
Terry Brown from So Happy to Learn at Mrs. Brown’s House joins Vickie and Amanda to discuss the philosophies behind her teachings, her ideas for a child’s potential, setting expectations high, and not limiting what we think a child...