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Market to Market: Nothing’s Going to Stop Me (LONG)

An innovative program helps Iowans get back to work and reorder their lives after serious accidents.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:07:14

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic Documentary

Iowans with autism illustrate the nuances of The Life Autistic in this two-hour broadcast special. Host Tyler Leech, a member of Iowa’s community of people with autism, guides us through all twelve stories from the original Iowa PBS web series.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 01:54:21

Station:Iowa PBS


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Market to Market: Alec Gotto: Cattleman

Alec Gotto of Dyersville, Iowa, is a cattleman. When he was an infant, transverse myelitis robbed him of the ability to use his arms and legs. Now 14, Gotto has overcome the constraints of this illness to follow his passion of raising cattle.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:15

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Ingredient: Raccoon Forks Farm (LONG)

Iowa Ingredient visits Raccoon Forks Farms, a farm with a Community Supported Agriculture program outside of Redfield. This organization helps people with learning and mental disabilities by giving them employment through farming.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:04:35

Station:Iowa PBS


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Greetings From Iowa: Autumn Weaver (LONG)

Born profoundly deaf, Autumn Weaver uses art, performance and self expression to connect with and advocate for members of her community all over the world.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:13:25

Station:Iowa PBS


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Accessibility Now

Told firsthand by Iowans with disabilities, this half-hour documentary examines how the Americans with Disabilities Act has helped improve their lives and how they continue to face barriers to equality.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:23:46

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Ingredient: Look, Cook, and Eat

Iowa Ingredient explores how Look, Cook, and Eat, a digital how-to cooking magazine designed for people with disabilities, helps promote an independent lifestyle.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:01:42

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Ingredient: Look, Cook, and Eat (LONG)

Iowa Ingredient explores how Look, Cook, and Eat, a digital how-to cooking magazine designed for people with disabilities, helps promote an independent lifestyle.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:05:14

Station:Iowa PBS


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Stella From Pella and Her Magic Shoe (LONG)

Enjoy a reading of the story of a young girl from Pella, Iowa, who defies the odds and is given a special gift that will put a smile on your face.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:04:20

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic: Mike

Mike has overcome many challenges since being diagnosed with autism in 1969. Though he had to learn to talk before he could attend school, he graduated on time and now works at Talk To Me Technologies, a company that develops speech devices to assist people with disabilities. Mike overcame another challenge 10 years ago, when he started dating Margo, an occupational therapist. Mike believes having autism helps him understand what his stepsons are going though. Mike and Margo share their thoughts on marriage and raising children with autism in this episode of The Life Autistic.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:32

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Press Special: Americans With Disabilities Act

Kay Henderson hosts a discussion on the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and its impact on public policy and American society.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:26:47

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Ingredient: Raccoon Forks Farm

Iowa Ingredient visits Raccoon Forks Farms, a farm with a Community Supported Agriculture program outside of Redfield. This organization helps people with learning and mental disabilities by giving them employment through farming.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:39

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic: JP

Kittie and her son JP are looking towards the future. They hope to identify services that would allow JP, who has autism, to continue living in the family home after his parents can no longer live there.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:36

Station:Iowa PBS


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Market to Market: Alec Gotto: Cattleman (LONG)

Alec Gotto of Dyersville, Iowa, is a cattleman. When he was an infant, transverse myelitis robbed him of the ability to use his arms and legs. Now 14, Gotto has overcome the constraints of this illness to follow his passion of raising cattle.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:07:14

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic: Fin

Sherilyn says it’s a full-time job commuting to Des Moines for her son’s autism therapies, but she’s witnessed an increase in Fin’s ability to communicate his wants and needs, and this has helped reduce his anxiety.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:29

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic: Lainie

Lainie lives in a group home on the Balance Autism Campus, where she works part-time. She enjoys a wide variety of interests including camping, playing games, singing along to CDs and spending weekends at her mother’s home.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:46

Station:Iowa PBS


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Market to Market: Nothing’s Going to Stop Me

An innovative program helps Iowans get back to work and reorder their lives after serious accidents.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:07

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Outdoors: All Ability Cycles (LONG)

Traditionally, bicycle means two wheels, pedaled, but for those living with a disability longing to blaze a trail, their cycles can take on all types of adaptive shapes and sizes.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:07:26

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Outdoors: Camp Courageous (LONG)

Camp Courageous gives campers of all ages and abilities a chance to get away and challenge themselves outdoors. The year-round camp near Monticello in eastern Iowa adapts activities so just about anyone can successfully participate.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:09:13

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Outdoors: Casting Away Disabilities (LONG)

Physical, mental and emotional challenges can keep people of all ages from enjoying the outdoors; however one Iowa organization provides the perfect venue for veterans with disabilities to share in the beauty of the outdoors.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:11:09

Station:Iowa PBS


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Greetings From Iowa: Autumn Weaver

Born profoundly deaf, Autumn Weaver uses art, performance and self expression to connect with and advocate for members of her community all over the world.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:16

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Press Special: Americans With Disabilities Act | Preview

Kay Henderson hosts a discussion on the implementation of the Americans with Disabilities Act and its impact on public policy and American society.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:00:25

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Outdoors: Camp Courageous

Camp Courageous gives campers of all ages and abilities a chance to get away and challenge themselves outdoors.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:06

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Outdoors: All Ability Cycles

Traditionally, bicycle means two wheels, pedaled, but for those living with a disability longing to blaze a trail, their cycles can take on all types of adaptive shapes and sizes.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:14

Station:Iowa PBS


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Iowa Outdoors: Casting Away Disabilities

Physical, mental and emotional challenges can keep people of all ages from enjoying the outdoors; however one Iowa organization provides the perfect venue for veterans with disabilities to share in the beauty of the outdoors.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:16

Station:Iowa PBS


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Stella From Pella and Her Magic Shoe

Enjoy a reading of the story of a young girl from Pella, Iowa, who defies the odds and is given a special gift that will put a smile on your face.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:23

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic Collection

Explore the challenges and successes of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and meet people on the spectrum from the very young to the elderly living The Life Autistic.

Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:57:51

Station:Iowa PBS


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The Life Autistic | Preview

Iowans with autism illustrate the nuances of The Life Autistic in this two-hour broadcast special. Host Tyler Leech, a member of Iowa’s community of people with autism, guides us through all twelve stories from the original Iowa PBS web series.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:00:20

Station:Iowa PBS


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Accessibility Now (:20 PROMO)

Told firsthand by Iowans with disabilities, this half-hour documentary examines how the Americans with Disabilities Act has helped improve their lives and how they continue to face barriers to equality.

Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:00:20

Station:Iowa PBS


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Accessibility Now Feature

Told firsthand by Iowans with disabilities, this half-hour documentary examines how the Americans with Disabilities Act has helped improve their lives and how they continue to face barriers to equality.

Type: Segment

Duration: 00:01:26

Station:Iowa PBS