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Speaker Programs in Disabilities/Disability Awareness

Disability: Understanding, Respect, Friendship
Kid Friendly Presentations
  

Content Themes: Disability awareness and celebration; kid friendly ways to be an ally, Target Audience: K-12. Program is customized to the developmental level of the audience. Description: This powerful and fun presentation is where Nina (or as the kids call her, Dr. G) offers participants a frame to understand disability that includes: -understanding what a disability is -buildin...

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Travels From: Oakland, CA
Fee Range: Varies

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CELEBRATING DISABILITY INCLUSION , DISABILITY HISTORY & CULTURE
Workshops, Training & Performance Lectures
  
Faith through it All!
"Every flower has to go through a lot of dirt!"
  

HOLLY'S SPEAKING TOPICS ​Faith through it All! "Every flower has to go through a lot of dirt!" Positively Positive! Your Attitude Your Choice! I Am What I Am - Dating after a Brain Injury Living with a Seizure Disorder after Traumatic Brain Injury Homeopathic Healing with a Traumatic Brain Injury Gut / Brain Health Connection - What to eat and drink with a TBI? Grief after a Traumatic Bra...

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Travels From: Duluth, MN
Fee Range: Open

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“It’s my privilege...”
Stories and lessons from Social Services settings
  

“It’s my privilege...” – Stories and lessons from Social Services settings Ever have one of those days? Ever have one of those clients/families? Undoubtedly. We all have. But if you string enough of those experiences together, you are in danger of losing that bright-eyed optimism that brought you into this helping profession. Having spent over half my career in various Social Service...

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Travels From: Milwaukee, WI
Fee Range: Available Upon Request

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Bringing Autism to the Workplace
How to Incorporate Those with Disabilities Into the Workplace
  

One in every 68 children is currently diagnosed with autism and as the population gets older, more and more individuals with autism are entering the workplace. While this disorder is defined by social and communication difficulties, many individuals with autism have obtained college and graduate degrees and have unique talents that can be an asset to any workplace. Several companies have alr...

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Travels From: St. Louis, MO
Fee Range: Open

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