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Mike Knight's Story | Move to Include

Mike Knight shares his experience with multiple sclerosis and its affect on his life.

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Duration: 00:05:36

Station:WFYI


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Special Education Advocates Say Creativity Schools Use During COVID-19 Needs To Last

The pandemic is forcing schools to rethink what learning looks like.

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Duration: 00:04:22

Station:WFYI


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Adult Day Program Outside the Box Pivots To Serve Clients During Pandemic

Outside the Box serves an average of 200 adults with disabilities each week.

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Duration: 00:03:14

Station:WFYI


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Disabilities & Health Inequities | A Live Conversation

A live conversation about health disparities for people with disabilities.

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Type: Full Program

Duration: 01:02:40

Station:WFYI


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Move to Include: Kwaku's Story

Kwaku Dakwa talks about how he got into radio and navigating life as a blind person.

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Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:03:49

Station:WFYI


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Art You're Supposed to Touch | Curious Mix

Interview with blind sculptor Michael Naranjo.

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Duration: 00:02:14

Station:WFYI


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Disability Awareness Month at Conner Prairie | Curious Mix

Jill Ditmire went to Conner Prairie to see their exhibit celebrating disabled artists.

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Type: Interstitial/Promo

Duration: 00:03:27

Station:WFYI


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5 Things To Know About Indiana Special Education During The Pandemic

This report is part of an ongoing series focused on remote learning and special education.

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Duration: 00:03:50

Station:WFYI


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Group Home Residents With Disabilities Live With Precautions To Keep COVID-19 At Bay

As of July 8,234 Indiana residents with IDD have contracted the virus, and there have been 14 deaths, according to Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration.

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Duration: 00:03:55

Station:WFYI


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Closed Day Programs Add Pressure on Families Supporting People With Autism

As concerns grew about the spread of COVID-19, the closing of day programs for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities caused major changes for families like the Duncans.

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Duration: 00:04:19

Station:WFYI


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Family Caregivers Face Unique Challenges During COVID-19 Pandemic

With the COVID-19 pandemic, millions of caregivers across the country are adjusting to new ways of life.

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Duration: 00:04:03

Station:WFYI


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Health Disparities Among People With Disabilities

Matt Pelsor with All IN talks about health disparities among people with disabilities, and finds out what options are available for people facing discrimination.

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Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:49:16

Station:WFYI


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The History And Impact Of The ADA

All IN dives into the history of the ADA, in Indiana and across the country, with advocates who fought tirelessly to get it passed.

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Type: Full Program

Duration: 00:49:05

Station:WFYI