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A View into the Indiana Youth Leadership Forum

Listen in to learn all about the Indiana Youth Leadership Forum (INYLF), a five day leadership program for youth with disabilities, as Michelle talks with INYF Coordinator Chris Bailey and two participants of INYLF’s summer…

A View with Jay Ruckelshaus and Ramp Less Traveled

Listen in as Michelle talks with Jay Ruckelshaus, founder of Ramp Less Traveled, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals with spinal cord injuries in the pursuit of higher education. Jay, a native of…

A View into SAI’s Speakers Bureau

Listen in as Michelle talks with Betty Williams and Melody Cooper about Self-Advocates of Indiana’s Speakers Bureau.  Six self advocates are now available to speak throughout the state on Dreams, Self-Advocacy Basics, and Employment/Good for…

ABA Therapy Coverage, Medicaid and the “1634 Transition”

To: Parents of Children with Autism Receiving Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy Services From: Your Indiana Family Advocacy Organizations – About Special Kids (ASK), The Autism Society of Indiana (ASI), The Arc of Indiana, Covering Kids and Families (CKF), Family Voices, The Indiana Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (INAAP), and The Indiana Resource Center…

A View into Sarah’s Great Day

If you have not discovered it yet, you definitely want to check out “Sarah’s Great Day,” the online cooking show featuring Sarah, a 15-yr old with Down syndrome, produced right here in Indiana. Listen in…

Walking for My Niece, Nephew and All Impacted by Autism

by Katie Batagianis Recently, while my husband and I were watching a basketball game on television, I noticed that one of the coaches was wearing a lapel pin in the shape of a puzzle piece, the nationally recognized symbol for Autism Spectrum Disorder.  I looked up the coach, Jason Kidd of the Brooklyn Nets, and…