Why the Good Things in Life?

Listen & Subscribe On:

Why am I doing this?

We all want the good things in life.

Regardless of time or place, there is pretty universal agreement about what the good things in life are. Home, relationships, love, community, some freedom, opportunities to make a contribution…

But at some point in human history we lost the plot in respect to what we think is important for people with disabilities and their families. And we definitely lost the plot all together when it comes to figuring out how to support people.

I was lucky.

I had important, fulfilling relationships with people with disabilities early and throughout my life. I had the opportunity to learn about and deconstruct all the crap that our society teaches us without us even knowing it. I had mentors and teachers and thought leaders and revolutionaries guiding me. And now you can too.

The Good Things in Life is a community for families with vision.

We are dedicated to helping people with disabilities and their families achieve the good things in life.

Our community achieves this by providing opportunities for families to learn together. We focus on learning based on a shared vision about what we want our lives to be like – the good things in life. The Good Things in Life facilitates the development of family support networks so that we can support each other in the short and long term.



If you want the good things in life, too, start here.


To get an email about new podcasts so that you never miss an episode sign up here.

To share your thoughts:

  • Leave a note in the comment section below.
  • Ask me a question by email.
  • Share this show on Facebook.
  • Talk about this show in your Instagram Stories.

To help out the show:

  • Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help and I read each one.
  • Subscribe on iTunes.

Genia Stephen
Genia Stephen

Sister, mother, midwife, writer, speaker and perpetually curious. Dedicated to bringing you the voices, ideas and conversations of world class mentors and thought leaders in the field of disability.