APSE: Employment First, Employment for All.
MN APSE Podcast: If You Believe It You Can Achieve It
Check out MN APSE's updated YouTube channel with all content! You don't want to miss out. Pallavi (Vi) Shattuck joins host Chris Davies. Shattuck is a self-advocate & aspiring chef from the Twin Cities who is legally blind. She speaks about her culinary journey, the barriers she has overcome, and her hopes for a bright…
APSE Conversations: SetWorks
SetWorks is a proud sponsor of the 2022 National APSE Conference. Come meet them in June or find SetWorks online at www.setworks.com Listen to this podcast from National APSE’s Erica Belois-Pacer with Preston Finkle and Kirstie MacArthur with SetWorks about their ongoing support of National APSE and why they are supporting the conference this year. SetWorks…
APSE Conversations: Therap
Therap is a proud sponsor of the 2022 National APSE Conference. Come meet them in June or find Therap online at www.therapservices.net Listen to this podcast from National APSE’s Erica Belois-Pacer with Kevin Dierks and Marybeth Julian from Therap. Together, they talk about data, how to use the information to improve services, and Therap’s tools…
APSE Conversations: SourceAbled
SourceAbled are proud members and sponsors of the 2022 National APSE Conference. Come meet them in June or find SourceAbled online at https://www.sourceabled.com/ Listen to this podcast from National APSE’s Erica Belois-Pacer with Jason Weppelman from SourceAbled. Jason describes how SourceAbled works with the employer and user end and his own background in employment and…
APSE Conversations: Keynote Emily Ladau￼
Emily Ladau is a passionate disability rights activist, writer, storyteller, and digital communications consultant whose career began at the age of 10 when she appeared on several episodes of Sesame Street to educate kids about life with a physical disability. She is the Editor in Chief of the Rooted in Rights Blog, co-host of The…
APSE Conversations: Chanel (WA)
Listen in to this podcast between National APSE's Erica Belois-Pacer and Chanel Keenan, the Intersectionality Consultant for the Seattle Kraken who assists the Seattle Kraken & partnering groups on all things related to disability. From assisting fans with disabilities, employee experiences, and how they can better improve it each season. Pursuing the goal of creating a flourishing and diverse hockey community, from the youth level all the way to our Pro’s.