Awe and Wonder Podcast Series 4
Awe and Wonder S4 E4: Danielle Van Dusen
Danielle Van Dusen is an Assistive Technology Specialist with Open Doors for Multicultural Families, an organization in Washington State that supports and partners with individuals with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities and their families, regardless of cultural or linguistic background.
Danielle Van Dusen
Awe and Wonder S4 E3: Toi Randolph & Carrisa Evans
Toi and Carrisa are parents to their young daughter with complex needs and an older son who is typically developing. In this podcast they candidly share experiences of bias they’ve faced when getting services for their daughter and examples of what providers can do differently to help all families feel comfortable and heard.
Toi Randolph & Carrisa Evans
Awe and Wonder S4 E2: Dr. Renaldo Fowler
Dr. Renaldo Fowler works for the Arizona Center for Disability law. He tells us about the African American Conference on Disabilities that addresses the intersection between race and disability and about the importance of having a safe space for good conversations.
Mentioned in this podcast: African American Conference on Disability
Awe and Wonder S4 E1: Dr. R. Danielle Scott
Dr. Scott, Assistant Professor at Minnesota State University Mankato in the Communication Sciences & Disorders Program, talks to us about cultural humility, tools providers can add to their cultural responsiveness toolbox, and the importance of knowing our students and families.
Textbook: Culturally Responsive Practices in Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Website: Leaders Project