Good Things In Life Podcast episode 133 thumbnail with Dave Deuel

  You can listen to this podcast episode on iTunes or Spotify. Despite decades of progress, three myths seem to persist that keep many people from getting involved in disability advocacy at the policy level: 1) advocacy is only for experts; 2) it’s too time-consuming and difficult; and 3) it’s a waste of time because …

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Blonde girl wearing eyeglass and another red-haired woman wearing tshirt and a jacket

Angela Breeden and Julie White talk about the On Purpose Project, which brings citizens of their small town with and without disabilities together for civic improvement projects.

Norm Kunc and Emma Van der Klift challenge the idea that students with disabilities need to be ready before given opportunities to access curriculum and inclusive school opportunities. Their recent book, Being Realistic Isn’t Realistic, uses story-telling to explain the social model of disability so that we can all think clearly about issues of disability and access to opportunity.