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A podcast on people, programs and businesses changing the landscape for individuals with any type of disability.

The Landscape Naveh Eldar

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 33 Ratings

A podcast on people, programs and businesses changing the landscape for individuals with any type of disability.

    Netta Ganor - Mouth Painting Artist, Mother, Wife and IT Professional

    Netta Ganor - Mouth Painting Artist, Mother, Wife and IT Professional

    Netta Ganor is an extremely gifted artist, who speaks about being diagnosed with Transverse Myelitis at C4-C5 at the age of 15, which left most of her body paralyzed from the shoulders down. She also speaks about being a mother, wife, IT professional and much more. It's an interview you do not want to miss!

    Netta's Links:
    Main Website with links to her books: Here
    Link to Netta's IG page: Here
    The Mouth and Foot Painting Artists Association (MFPA): Here

    Links for The Landscape Pages
    Link to The Landscape FB Page
    Link to The Landscape Instagram Page
    Link to sign up News Letter
    Link to The Landscape LinkedIn

    • 50 min
    Dolphins, Disabilities & Deeds (Dedicated to Winter the Dolphin)

    Dolphins, Disabilities & Deeds (Dedicated to Winter the Dolphin)

    Clearwater Marine Aquarium is a leading hospital for marine life; a passionate educator; and has been extremely impactful to the disability community. Kelsy Long, the Director of Media Relations, speaks about the history of the aquarium, the dedicated staff and volunteers, and how their most famous resident, Winter, had a movie made about her. (Dolphin's Tale). 

    After this episode was recorded, Winter passed away at the age of 16, but you will hear in the episode the legacy she left behind, and lives she continues to touch around the world. 

    Links:
    Clearwater Marine Aquarium homepage: HERE 
     Information on Winter's Get: HERE

    Links for The Landscape Pages
    Link to The Landscape FB Page
    Link to The Landscape Instagram Page
    Link to sign up News Letter
    Link to The Landscape LinkedIn

    • 41 min
    National APSE (Association of People Supporting Employment 1st)

    National APSE (Association of People Supporting Employment 1st)

    For National Disability Employment Awareness Month, there is no better organization to have on than APSE. This episode covers what Supported Employment is, the meaning and progress of Employment 1st, how APSE supports states, details about their national conference and more.

    National APSE Representatives:

    Erica Belois-Pacer - PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
    Kari Tietjen - CERTIFICATION DIRECTOR

    APSE Links:
    Main Website HERE
    Subscribe to APSE Podcast HERE

    Links for The Landscape Pages
    Link to The Landscape FB Page
    Link to The Landscape Instagram Page
    Link to sign up News Letter
    Link to The Landscape LinkedIn

    • 40 min
    Paralympics - 360 View (5 Interview Segments)

    Paralympics - 360 View (5 Interview Segments)

    The Paralympics aren't just "games", or even only a movement. It's people, it's business, it's health, it's raising expectations, it's education and more. This episode features some of my favorite moments from five episodes I've conducted over the past year and a half. Each segment gives a different perspective of the Paralympics and hopefully you'll walk away entertained, educated and contemplative. You can find the full episode of each segment in the links below!

    Oz Sanchez - 6 time Paralympic Medalist and the winner of multiple gold medals speaks about mental health and the man behind the medals. Full Episode HERE.

    Gabriel Mayr - Speaks about some differences he learned between the Brazilian and American Paralympic Movements while he spent time with a mentor in Colorado Springs. Full Episode HERE.

    Gary Pate teaches us all we need to know about Wheelchair Rugby, also known as murderball. As you know, this is one of my favorite sports!! Full Episode HERE.

    Amy Truesdale speaks about her success in Para Taekwondo, as well as her preparations leading up to her bronze medal in the very first games to feature the sport. Full Episode HERE.

    Lakeshore Foundation was the very first certified Paralympic training facility in the country. Their former President Jeff Underwood speaks about their youth programs. You can hear Full Episode HERE. 

    See everyone in a few months! 

    • 35 min
    Living with a Jerk in Australia

    Living with a Jerk in Australia

    Yasmina McGlone is a motivation speaker, blogger and disability advocate who has lived her entire life with a body that works a little bit differently than her peers. In early life, she never thought about it, or even realized it, but by the time she hit high school, Myoclonus Dystonia was impacting her self-esteem and mental health. Listen to this wonderfully self-aware individual talk about her life and how she went from shame to full acceptance and celebration of herself. And also hear how she went from being born in France, to being raised in Scotland to currently living in Australia! 

    Links for Yasmina
    Instagram
    LinkTree

    Links for The Landscape Pages
    The Landscape FB Page
    The Landscape Instagram Page
    News Letter
    The Landscape LinkedIn

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Project SEARCH 2021 International Conference Closing Session with David and Caleb Buback

    Project SEARCH 2021 International Conference Closing Session with David and Caleb Buback

    It was a great honor to close the Project SEARCH international Conference by interviewing these two thriving and charming graduates of the program.  The interview was recorded at West Tennessee Healthcare, which is a hospital in Jackson, TN. As you'll hear in the interview, David currently works at Starbucks at the hospital, and David is a surgical sterilization technician. There were a handful of people watching us record live and almost 600 others virtually from different countries, although over 1000 attended some part of the conference. We recorded via Zoom and therefore I will also be posting the video recording on all social media outlets, as well as on YouTube; and my favorite part of the recording is we have American Sign Language translators throughout. Of course I will add a link to the video below.

    Susie Rutkowski is the co-founder of Project SEARCH and gave an outstanding interview early in season one of my podcast, which covers the history of the program, her motivation, and some stories into her early life, which molded her into the force she's become. It is my 2nd most downloaded episode and I'll add the link to that below as well.

    Links:
    Zoom Recording of This Interview
    Interview with Project SEARCH Co-Founder Susie Rutkowski
    Project SEARCH Homepage

    Links for The Landscape Pages
    The Landscape FB Page
    The Landscape Instagram Page
    News Letter
    The Landscape LinkedIn

    • 28 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

laurenjanepearcytn ,

So good

There’s nothing else like it - this is a window into a world that’s too often unknown

hunton road ,

Fantastic insights!

Fun, informative and timely!

Dobozer ,

Excellent Podcast Series!!!

The Landscape is an excellent podcast series! Naveh does an outstanding job not only with the organization prior to the show but how he manages the content and flow of the show! He is bringing much needed awareness for so many important topics for the disability community! I appreciate his dedication and hard work! I highly recommend listening to this series! More awareness needs to be done for radical changes to be made, full inclusion, justice and equality for individuals with disabilities!
Nicole Moehring
Founder, Voices of Change 2018

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