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The words “Disability Humility” means the act of learning about experiences, histories and politics of disability, recognizing that one’s knowledge and understanding of disability will always be partial, and that one should act in light of that fact. All the necessary information to be aware and conscious of the challenges the disability community goes through will be discussed on our podcast.

Disability Humility by Adapt Ability Sandra

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The words “Disability Humility” means the act of learning about experiences, histories and politics of disability, recognizing that one’s knowledge and understanding of disability will always be partial, and that one should act in light of that fact. All the necessary information to be aware and conscious of the challenges the disability community goes through will be discussed on our podcast.

    Is Our Culture holding us back or are Our Fears?

    Is Our Culture holding us back or are Our Fears?

    "Why fit in when you were born to stand out"
       By  Dr. Seuss.

    In today's episode we are going to talk about what can be holding us back in our life.
    Could it be our culture or our fears? and how it can affect our family when we are trying to raise a child with special needs.
    (This podcast will be recorded in English but will include a lot of information in Spanish).
    Our special guest is an amazing mom who created the blog AUTIMAMI, Mrs. Elena Rosero.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    Tracee Garner Uncover Part 2

    Tracee Garner Uncover Part 2

    The amazing Tracee Garner sharing her new book Disability: An Anecdotal Field Guide for the Rest of Us.  
    Tracee’s experience touches on our shared human experiences, but with added detail, transparency, advice and from an encouraging level. In this book Tracee shares the good, bad and the hilarity of situations, hoping to help others, disabled or not, confront challenges in their own lives.
    Hope you enjoy this episode as much as I did recording it…

    • 22 min
    Tracee Garner Uncover

    Tracee Garner Uncover

    Disability Humility is starting our second season sharing the life of Tracee Lydia Garner.
    Tracee is a best-selling author, speaker, writing coach and course-creator.  Her first book, done at the age of 23, helped her launch her career as one of the youngest African-American writers.  Tracee is a staunch advocate and strong voice for people with disabilities.   Tracee is  remarkable…enjoy our episode.

    • 25 min
    How far can we hope to go...

    How far can we hope to go...

    Disability Humility episode 9 is about how far we can hope to go with our creativity, inventions and goals.   RoboRaptors is a group of friends, students and young kids working on a project that can change the lives of the blind community.   Don't miss anything from this episode, this group of friends from the age of 12 to 14 are sharp, smart and extraordinary. Hope you enjoy the podcast as much as we did recording it.
    Thank you RoboRaptors...

    • 36 min
    Behind The Scenes with Andy Arias

    Behind The Scenes with Andy Arias

    Today’s episode is about Challenges, Perseverance and Goals.
    We had the honor to interview Andy Arias, an Actor, an Activist, a Speaker and a Producer.  Andy will talk about how hard was and still is to be a person with disabilities.  He will share with us his professional life,  give us a preview of his documentaries and his faith.
    Andy Arias is a fighter, a believer and an inspiration.

    • 1 hr 13 min
    Should we ever stop dreaming?

    Should we ever stop dreaming?

    Today's episode in our Podcast Disability Humility is about dreams and dancing.  We had the honor to interview Joann Ferrara, founder of Dancing Dreams.  
    Mrs. Ferrara shares with us how Dancing Dreams started and how it has grown.
    Another amazing podcast provides resources for children to make their dreams come true.
    Enjoy...

    • 17 min

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