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Philip Georgy (66) speaks with Andrew Moore (31) about the impact Dr. Moore had on his care and shared his profound gratitude for a renewed sense of life.
Sisters Ysolde Stienon [no age given] and Audrey Stienon (30) discuss the importance of objects that make life better, such as Ysolde's Tobii tool. They also reflect on the importance of accessibility and self-advocacy for disabled people.
Leroy Moore Jr. (53) is interviewed by his friend, Kathleen Kiley (59), about the process of co-creating Krip-Hop, a music collective and label for artists with disabilities. They discuss the importance of visibility for hip-hop musicians with disabilities and the...
Christine Deel [no age given] talks to One Small Step partner, Kelly Jacob [no age given], about their political and social involvement in their communities and so on.
One Small Step conversation partners Kelli Dickerson (45) Carol Hilborn (65) met virtually to discuss the growing political divide and their shared hope that people can find common ground. They both discuss their connection to Mississippi, parenthood and how communicating...
I am a senior in high school and this is a project that I've worked on all year. For most of my life, I have been surrounded by people who have disabilities because of my little brother. I have been...
Zoey talks how not being normal shaped who she is.
Daniel Chang (30) speaks with his brother, Michael Chang (28), about Daniel's experience with autism and IBS.
Brothers Patrick Crump (63) and Andy Crump [no age given] discuss their shared childhood, how disability has impacted their lives, and their experiences with Innisfree Village.
Nicole Hiers (35) shares a conversation with her mother, Ruth Jones (65), about a sudden storm that destroyed their home in 2012, and the challenges their family faced afterwards.
Lezlie Frye: 2020-05-10 17:54:31 Lezlie Frye (41) talks with her mother, Martina Bianchi Frye (77) about motherhood, having a disabled child, being a disabled adult, and the joys and sorrows of parenting.
This is my mother's experience having her first child and finding out that they were severely premature.
Dr. Duong P Huynh (57) tells Dr. Thai Van Nguyen (48) about growing up disabled in Vietnam and coming to the US.
One Small Step partners Warren McKeen (62) and Matthew Shapiro (31) discuss their work in disability justice and advocacy.
In this interview, I asked questions of Nicolas Faucette. Nicolas is a younger sibling of CJ who has Autism. We are being to see his insight of what it is like to be a sibling of a child with special...
In and out of the foster care system her whole life Shay defeats the odds or beats the odds. In fact her goal is to make a difference from a disability standpoint in the foster care system
Interview with mom of a five year old boy who had Cerebral Palsy and Cortical Blindness and the injustice against children who have disabilities.
Kim talks about her experiences with stereotypes around having a disability
Longtime friends Lee Walters (73) and Nancy Chappell (68) speak about their intertwined connection to Innisfree Village and reflect on the successes, relationships, and values that define their unique community.
Sam King interviews his mother, Christina, about her parents and her childhood. Christina's mother had kidney disease, and her father was born deaf. She shares how this affected her life, and what lessons she learned from her childhood. (Sorry for...
Nasiah had a disabled child this is her story of him
Kathryn is a student at Capital University. Even though she is 20, she has lived a full life ranging from being a college to having a super rare disease.
Amy Weinstein (64) interviews new friend Joe Montalvo (60) about his experience responding to the September 11th attacks as a construction worker and how his life changed since then, including his employment, health, and financial standing.
I talk to my mom about her experience growing up after experiencing a stroke at birth.