Disability rights is the next frontier in civil rights. We believe education is the key to building an inclusive society and ensuring that all students are given an equal opportunity.
The Inclusive Education Project Podcast, hosted by Special Education and Civil Rights attorneys, Amanda Selogie and Vickie Brett, offers a fresh, smart perspective on what it takes to truly make our educational systems and communities inclusive.
Tune in each week as Amanda and Vickie share insight on topics ranging from education reform to advocating for equal rights for all students, and participating in modern activism. This show will also offer user-friendly resources to help you and your family navigate the educational playing field.
Leading the Way with Haley Moss
We’re excited to bring you this conversation with Haley Moss! Haley is a South Florida native who was diagnosed with autism at age three. She is now an attorney who is open about her journey, inspiring hope for other autistic people and their families and friends.
Haley is a leader on disability inclusion, autism, and neurodiversity in the workplace, employment policy, accessibility, and lawyers with disabilities.
We know that you're going to enjoy this conversation just as much as we did!!
Empowering Parents: A Conversation with The Childhood Collective
Welcome to 2021! We’re excited to bring you this great conversation with Mallory, Katie, and Lori from The Childhood Collective.
Once families receive a diagnosis, they often feel underprepared to know how to parent their kids. This is where The Childhood Collective comes in, helping parents on their journey after diagnosis by providing resources and follow-up.
Mallory, Katie, and Lori all have experience working with neurodiverse kids, so stay tuned for some wonderful insights!
Sustainable Compassion Training with Jona Genova
Jona Genova is our special guest today and she will be leading us in a compassionate meditation. Jona is an energy healer and a meditation teacher.
You’re going to love this special treat!
Enjoy the holidays the best way you can, and we’ll see you next year. We'll be taking a break during the month of December to rest and rejuvenate, and we hope you can take some time for a reset, as well.
The Autism Dad with Rob Gorski
Rob Gorski is an author, influencer, and advocate. He is known on social media as The Autism Dad and we are honored to have him on the show with us.
Rob is a single dad of three kids with autism, and he shares his compelling story of how he started a blog years ago in order to cope with his overwhelming feelings and how that has evolved into him being the internationally-recognized autism advocate that he is today.
Middle School Matters with Phyllis Fagell
We are so thrilled to have Phyllis Fagell with us today. Phyllis Fagell is a school counselor for K-8 children and teens. She is also a psychotherapist, a columnist for The Washington Post, and the author of Middle School Matters: The 10 Key Skills Kids Need to Thrive in Middle School and Beyond--and How Parents Can Help.
Listen in on this insightful conversation as Phyllis guides us through some of the ways that we can assist this malleable age group develop confidence through character-building skills.
Autism in Black with Maria Davis-Pierr
We’re pleased to sit down with Maria Davis-Pierre for today’s conversation!
Maria is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works with children who are on the spectrum and their families. Her oldest daughter is autistic, and as both a parent and professional, Maria noticed gaps in the representation and servicing of black families with ASD diagnoses. Her passion bringing awareness and advocacy to these under-represented families through Autism in Black, of which she is the Founder and CEO.
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A Fun, Helpful Podcast
Amanda and Vickie are great hosts! They keep it light, fun and helpful, which makes it honestly quite fun to listen to. Smart, insightful, and uplifting — I highly recommend this IEP podcast for moms!
Amazing interview on progressive HR initiatives!
I loved the episode interviewing MacKenzie Martin! Super informative and insightful, makes me so happy to hear about progressive initiatives happening in the professional world. I really resonated with MacKenzie’s passion she has a unique insight and is very inspirational. Thank you!
Incredible resource! So glad I found this podcast!
This podcast is so incredibly informative and entertaining - it is packed with relevant, helpful and empowering information around all things special education, IEPs/504s, advocacy, inclusion, civil rights and more. The hosts, Vickie & Amanda, are brilliant, relatable and fun to lsiten to. Thank you for all that you are doing for our community!