“I personally am not an eye contact person. So, when I’m working with my clients it’s nice that neither of us have that expectation that we have to make eye contact, we have to shake each others’ hand, we have to have small talk. Realistically, we don’t have to do that. We’re both very comfortable with each other, and that alone has made it easier to work in my career because I know I am understood by my clients,” says Demi Rivera. Demi joins this episode to discuss running a hair salon that supports neurodivergent minds and what she does to make sure her business is inclusive. To learn more about Demi and Talking Hairs visit https://linktr.ee/talking_hairs. If you could subscribe on your favorite listening platform we would really appreciate that. If you are looking for extraordinary support support to live self-sufficient and purpose-driven lives through customized coaching then visit https://www.autismpersonalcoach.com. If you would be interested in being interviewed on Autism Stories or would like to be a sponsor send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Read More
Episode Notes On episode 319, I sit down with my friend and colleague, the multihyphenate, Tiffany Yu, CEO and Founder of Diversability. We talk about her journey to acceptance of disability, and how there are so many layers to that acceptance that we don’t really explore. Tiffany and I explore those layers here. We also…Read More
In this week’s episode, Sarah and Jeremy discuss Jeremy’s dramatic weight loss, Joey’s adjustment to leg braces, Remy’s love of music and Sarah’s health issues. Remember, We are affiliated with AngelSense. If you are looking for a GPS tracker to help with a family member who may be an elopement risk, please check out AngelSense…Read More
Guest Bobby Silverstein, former staff director and chief counsel to the US Senate Subcommittee on Disability Policy and chief aide to Senator Tom Harkin, the lead sponsor of the ADA in the Senate. Justin Dart often referred to Bobby as the behind-the-scenes architect of the ADARead More
Déa Neile-Hopton is a basketmaker and artist. She is of mixed Jamaican and English heritage and grew up in the 1970s and 80s in York, England. Now 47, she lives in Whitland in Wales, with her partner and three neurodivergent children. She is self diagnosed autistic and was diagnosed ADHD in 2021. She has a…Read More
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Episode Notes BONUS EPISODE!!!! **** On this bonus episode of Disability After Dark, I sit down with my friend and disabled writer EC O’Reilly. We talk about her new book Who’s Afraid of The Chair? OUT NOVEMBER 25, 2022, and how it centers around a disabled character and her experiences, but it is also a…Read More
Since I started this show in November 2019 Switzerland has always been my largest audience.
That’s no longer the case because America has successfully overtaken them and it’s all thanks to the city of Appleton (though it should really be called “Cheeseton”) Wisconsin.
If you are from Wisconsin and would like to be featured on my podcast at some point in the future please let me know by sending an email t: