Competitive employment and empowerment for people with disabilities is the emphasis of this show. Broadcast live and captioned in real-time for individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing, we discuss how people with disabilities can secure career opportunities, and how employers, organizations and individuals can support employment and empowerment of people with disabilities.
Pat Crumrine: Advancements in Treating Children with Epilepsy
Joyce is honored to welcome Dr. Pat Crumrine, Epileptologist at UPMC’s Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, PA to the show. Dr.
Patricia Dean: Mission of Epilepsy Alliance America
Joyce welcomes Patricia Dean, Epilepsy Network Liaison for the Epilepsy Alliance America to the show.
Tony Coelho-Coelho Center for Disability Law, Policy & Innovation
As we continue to recognize November as National Epilepsy Awareness Month, Joyce welcomes back to the show, The Honorable Tony Coelho, author of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Mr.
Homme/Hammerstrom/Radecic: Mission of the Rev Up Coalition PA
During Election Day 2022, Joyce welcomes Gerald Homme, Scott Hammerstrom, and Peri Jude Radecic to the show.
Beem-Jelley/Fulkerson: Services of EAWCP and 2023 Mardi Gras Gala
Joyce welcomes Peggy Beem-Jelley, President and CEO and Colleen Fulkerson, Special Events Coordinator of the Epilepsy Association of Western/Central, PA (EAWCP) to the show.
Marlene Sallo/J.J. Rico: Mission of NDRN
Joyce welcomes Marlene Sallo, newly appointed Executive Director of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN) and it’s President of the Board of Directors, J.J Rico to the show.
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This is great. If you guys like to & please look at marriage rights for us people with disabilities. There is a Facebook page called marriage equally for people with disabilities. Please please look into it. I find it very sad as to why we are denied medical stuff once we get married. That is so unfair & cruel. We shouldn't have to choose money over love. :'( Also another thing some schools don't have special ed programs & because of that disabled kids can't learn as well & also get bulled because of it. This needs to be available all around the states! We ether need to help those school fund those programs or send the kids with disabilities with a school who actually have special ed classes. That is all keep it up. I just subscribed! ^_^