26 episodes

Two moms talk inclusion in education, employment, and community life.

Love & Inclusion in the Real World Tena Green & Hettie Hueber

    • Kids & Family
    • 4.8 • 13 Ratings

Two moms talk inclusion in education, employment, and community life.

    Season 2 Episode 1: Presuming Brilliance

    Season 2 Episode 1: Presuming Brilliance

    Two moms.  One dream.  Love and Inclusion in the Real World.

    When our kids head out into the Real World, we want them to know that they are brilliant.  Their performance in school - their grades - don't tell the most important parts of their story.  How can we help them, their teachers, and ourselves stay focused on their Brilliance?


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    Episode #25: Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins All the Way to the Top Part #2

    Episode #25: Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins All the Way to the Top Part #2

    Two moms.  One dream.  Love and Inclusion in the Real World.

    Listen in as we continue our conversation with Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins.  Learn how she became an activist at the age of 6 and how her passionate commitment to Disability Rights impacts our world today!




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    Episode #24: Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins All the Way to the Top Part #1

    Episode #24: Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins All the Way to the Top Part #1

    Two moms.  One dream.  Love & Inclusion in the Real World



    Today we are beside ourselves giddy to share our conversation with Jennifer Keelan-Chaffins, Disability Rights Advocate and Activist.  At just 8-years-old, she participated in a groundbreaking protest that led to the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Her work has changed our world!  We hope you'll join us!


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    Episode #23: Trust & Laura

    Episode #23: Trust & Laura

    Two Moms.  One Dream.  Love and Inclusion in the Real World.



    Today we talk with a super-duo mom and son, Laura and Trust Decatur.  We hope you enjoy listening in as we talk about advocacy, life, and growing up.








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    Episode #22: You are Amaze-balls!

    Episode #22: You are Amaze-balls!

    Two moms.  One dream.  Love and Inclusion in the Real World.

    Things are hard right now and sometimes to make it through the day, you just need to hear how terrific you really are!  Let us show you how to toot your own horn if you need to and find ways to remember you are doing a great, great job!






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    Episode #21: What You Can Do Now

    Episode #21: What You Can Do Now

    Two moms.  One dream.  Love and Inclusion in the Real World



    Small things you can do today to make a difference tomorrow.


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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

iTouchuser87 ,

As an educator, this podcast helps shape my practice

This podcast is well researched and brings important parent perspectives to the conversation. For me as a teacher, it helps me address bias in the systems in which I work and offers important action steps. These women are caring, considerate, and brilliant. Their positivity is inspiring. Their work acknowledges that “inclusion” is not just for show or niceties, but requires equity and justice at its foundation. I recommend this podcast to everyone!

Rhiannon Bond ,

Important For Everyone

Great podcast, great hosts. Information presented is important to everyone, not just for families who have differences. The discourse can be both light and more serious, but appropriate to the topic.

I really like the history presented. As a history fan, this is a really great way to give the ideas presented a solid foundation. Tena and Hettie also make good points about how inclusion of people with different abilities is important to the community at large.

Anyone hoping to improve our world can benefit from this podcast.

rplunk12 ,

5 stars - Fantastic

Seriously good podcast. Great hosts and amazing discourse. This podcast is for anybody who wants to learn anything at all about love or inclusion. This podcast is one of a kind and a refreshing way to listen to audio.

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