Episode 87 – Hunga Tonga Volcano and Tsunami

On January 15th 2022, an underwater volcano erupted in the Pacific Island nation of Tonga, sending an ash cloud 100,000 feet in the air.  The massive eruption was clearly visible from space, and sparked a tsunami that rocked Pacific coastlines from New Zealand to Japan, Peru to Canada. Today, Christine and JJ describe satellite images of the blooming ash cloud, visualizations of the eruption's shockwave, and videos of the resulting tsunami.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/TalkDescriptionToMe)

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S02-Ep01_Jane_Dunhamn

Season 02, Episode 01 Co-Hosts: Nadine Vogel & Norma Stanley Guest: Jane Dunhamn Intro: [Music playing in background] Disabled Lives Matter… here we go! Voiceover: To all our listeners, thank you for joining us and welcome to the Season 2 opening episode of the Disabled Lives Matter Podcast.  Let’s welcome co-hosts Nadine Vogel and Norma…

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Technology: Keeping Kids Safe from the Digital Dark Side

Technology use, for both kids and adults, is in uncharted territory. With ‘sticky’ algorithms, misleading information, and the tracking capabilities of technology companies, it’s becoming more and more difficult to know where it’s safe to go, and how much exposure is too much. Emily Kircher-Morris talks with Dr. Alex Packer, author of Slaying Digital Dragons, about how to navigate the murky waters of the digital dark side, and how to involve your kids in setting their own healthy limits. ABOUT THE GUEST – Alex J. Packer, Ph.D., is an educator and psychologist. A recognized expert on adolescent development, parenting, and substance abuse prevention, Alex served for 14 years as President and CEO of FCD Educational Services, the leading nonprofit provider of onsite K-12 drug education and substance abuse prevention services for schools throughout the United States and in over 60 countries abroad. Alex is the author of 11 books for parents, counselors, teachers, and teenagers, including Slaying Digital Dragons: Tips and Tools for Protecting Your Body, Brain, Psyche, and Thumbs from the Digital Dark Side, and How Rude!: The Teen Guide to Good Manners, Proper Behavior, and Not Grossing People Out. Alex graduated from Phillips Exeter Academy. He received undergraduate and Master’s degrees from Harvard University and the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Ph.D. in Educational and Developmental Psychology from Boston College. He served as headmaster of Parkmont School in Washington, D.C., and was the Director of Education for the Capital Children’s Museum. You can support the podcast and receive subscriber-only benefits at www.patreon.com/neurodiversity. The Neurodiversity Podcast is available on Facebook and Instagram, and on Twitter @NeurodiversePod. For more information go to www.NeurodiversityPodcast.com

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34: Healthcare During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond

MaryBeth Musumeci, associate director of the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured at the Kaiser Family Foundation, discusses how states are expanding access to behavioral healthcare, including the role of telehealth. She also describes the ethical issues behind COVID-19 mandates, the rights of nursing home residents during the pandemic, and new opportunities in the American Rescue Plan. In this compelling episode, Musumeci highlights the importance of making these improvements to healthcare access permanent.  Episode Transcript: Click here Episode transcripts can be found at http://disabilityhealth.jhu.edu/included/ Useful Links: https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/voices-of-paid-and-family-caregivers-for-medicaid-enrollees-receiving-hcbs/  https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/state-variation-in-medicaid-ltss-policy-choices-and-implications-for-upcoming-policy-debates/ https://www.kff.org/coronavirus-covid-19/issue-brief/state-medicaid-home-community-based-services-hcbs-programs-respond-to-covid-19-early-findings-from-a-50-state-survey/ https://www.kff.org/medicaid/issue-brief/potential-impact-of-additional-federal-funds-for-medicaid-hcbs-for-seniors-and-people-with-disabilities/  

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24. Charlie Randell

With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily.
This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode.
For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter.
About This Episode
In this week’s episode, Alice and Lucy run the gamut of topics with their guest Charlie Randell; talking about everything from dating to surgery as well as the ever-present perception of disability access as an inconvenience. Charlie is a disability and lifestyle vlogger who takes a candid approach to advocacy, championing fitness and inclusion Charlie challenges assumptions with his online brand Not Quite Politically Correct.
Connect with our Guest
Visit Charlie’s Website https://www.nqpc.co.uk/
Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram
Support this Podcast
Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook
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Got a comment or Question? Please email us!
lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me
Production Team
Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood
Editor: Adam Hull
Music: Maisy Crunden
Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland

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23. Charlie Randell

With insights from a different guest in every episode,  lABLEd Podcast uncovers the vast spectrum of life with health conditions and impairments. Host Alice Evans and Lucy Wood and their guest discuss how it shapes personal identities and opens up about the prejudices that disabled and chronically ill people face daily.
This show regularly covers very personal and sometimes controversial topics, so listeners may hear the language, including profanity or terminology that they find offensive. Please be aware of this as you listen to this episode.
For complete Episode Guides and transcripts to this and every episode, visit www.labledpodcast.co.uk; if you want more exclusive content, sign up for our newsletter.
About This Episode
In this week’s episode, Alice and Lucy run the gamut of topics with their guest Charlie Randell; talking about everything from dating to surgery as well as the ever-present perception of disability access as an inconvenience. Charlie is a disability and lifestyle vlogger who takes a candid approach to advocacy, championing fitness and inclusion Charlie challenges assumptions with his online brand Not Quite Politically Correct.
Connect with our Guest
Visit Charlie’s Website https://www.nqpc.co.uk/
Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, Youtube and Instagram
Support this Podcast
Like LABLEd Podcast on Facebook
Tweet lABLEd Podcast
Follow LABLEd Podcast on Instagram
Got a comment or Question? Please email us!
lABLEd Podcast is currently self-funded. Please consider donating to our Go Fund Me
Production Team
Hosts: Alice Evans, Daisy Holder and Lucy Wood
Editor: Adam Hull
Music: Maisy Crunden
Social Media Coordinator: Ami Ireland

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Episode 58 – How Not To Mess Up Your Kids

This week on See Saw the boys talk about 'coddling'. Is it dangerous to do too much for your disabled child? How do you give them the skills and independence for life? Quick News! Eye Tattoos – https://www.the-sun.com/news/4426403/woman-goes-blind-after-eye-tattoo-texas/ MP Dog Genocide – https://www.gazettelive.co.uk/news/teesside-news/large-medium-sized-dogs-should-22721573 Contact Us Email: seesawpodcast@gmail.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/SeeSawPod Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/seesawpodcast/ Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/the-see-saw-podcast/donations

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