The Podcast List


The Autism Outreach Podcast

Rose Griffin, speech therapist from  Speech , ABA provides her ready-to-use autism interventions and speech therapy techniques to inspire professionals and parents working with students with autism. With 20 years of experience in the field, Griffin addresses a variety of topics on autism spectrum disorder, how autism symptoms present in babies and toddlers, recognizing the differences between autism and a speech delay, early intervention therapies, autism evaluation, autism diagnosis, how to help a child with autism start communicating if they are nonverbal, and more.

Disability Visibility

This is life from a disabled lens. Disability Visibility is a podcast hosted by Alice Wong from San Francisco and features conversations on politics, culture and media with people who have disabilities. If you’re interested in disability rights, social justice and intersectionality, this show might be for you. The podcast is a production of the Disability Visibility Project, an online community dedicated to recording, amplifying, and sharing disability media and culture.

Text transcripts and links for each episode are available at: Twitter: @DisVisibilityEmpowered by Hope Podcast

Raising a child with medical complexities is often lonely, scary and overwhelming. Join Emily K. Whiting and Ashlyn Thompson, two parents of children with rare medical complexities, to get help and grow with them into empowered advocates for kids. Find a community of support, encouragement, education and resources, equipping you to navigate your child’s medical complexities with hope. To get more personal support, connect with them directly at Friends for Life Podcast

This podcast dives deep into the topic of developmental disabilities and also discusses topics such as hard work, motivation and entrepreneurship for those who are disabled. Mayhem with

Squirmy and Grubs

Shane and Hannah are on a mission to change the way society understands disability and relationships. Shane is disabled and uses a wheelchair; Hannah is non-disabled and performs all of Shane’s daily care. On their popular YouTube channel with over 1 million subscribers, the married couple shares a raw and unfiltered look into their interabled love. Works

Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD) is a state agency that empowers people with disabilities through employment, disability determinations and independence. Join Kim Jump as she interviews unique individuals who discovered OOD Works. or visit DD Talks

Ohio DD Talks is a podcast series featuring stories and conversations with Ohioans with developmental disabilities about current issues that are important to them. Advocates Nathan Turner and Marci Straughter are the hosts. All episodes are found on their YouTube channel and several audio streaming services.

OCALI’s Inspiring Change

Hear stories and connections from Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence’s (OCALI) ongoing work of inspiring change and promoting access for people with disabilities. Down Syndrome

This podcast was created to show the world how Down syndrome is truly amazing. With the goal of inspiring and supporting life stories, each episode is a unique interview that provides real life experiences about our loved ones, shared by you. The podcast is there to TALK (Teach, Advocate, Listen, and Kindness). Autism Dad

This podcast is from Rob Gorski, known as The Autism Dad. If you’re a parent or caregiver raising a child with autism, a child with ADHD, or a child with a disability, this podcast is for you. He highlights parent and autistic voices on this show because there’s so much to learn from each other. He talks about topics that apply to your life with the help of experts, parents, and autistic voices. New episodes released every Monday.