24 episodes

This podcast highlights people with unique challenges that they have transformed and gives them an opportunity to tell their stories and share their passions. Certain episodes will explain how music therapy can be a tool for growth in multiple areas, and other episodes will provide communities, caregivers, and individuals alike with valuable information for interacting and treating people with disabilities with respect and dignity. "Forget Dis!" aims to change perceptions of people who are differently abled by focusing instead on what they can do and what they do for their communities every day.

Forget Dis! Emily Rawlings

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

This podcast highlights people with unique challenges that they have transformed and gives them an opportunity to tell their stories and share their passions. Certain episodes will explain how music therapy can be a tool for growth in multiple areas, and other episodes will provide communities, caregivers, and individuals alike with valuable information for interacting and treating people with disabilities with respect and dignity. "Forget Dis!" aims to change perceptions of people who are differently abled by focusing instead on what they can do and what they do for their communities every day.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

Music-therapist-to-be ,

Helpful and Engaging!

The hosts are personable and exhibit thoughtfulness, sensitivity, and insight as they discuss the challenges of the differently-abled. A great resource for anyone who wants to think about other people's experiences of the world, not to mention for professionals in caregiving professions (particularly music therapy).

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Top Quality

“Forget Dis!” is a top quality podcast in content and in creation. It transitions well between show segments and has a good balance in sound. Emily and Kayla are articulate and full of helpful knowledge surrounding music therapy and the community they serve. They bring a much needed discussion in the challenges faced by people with disabilities to light. I recommend this podcast to everyone, especially if you work in a helping profession or are a caregiver.

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