Don't IEP Alone.

Talking about the Good Things in Life

February 06, 2020 Lisa Lightner and Genia Stephen Season 2020 Episode 11
Don't IEP Alone.
Talking about the Good Things in Life
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Don't IEP Alone.
Talking about the Good Things in Life
Feb 06, 2020 Season 2020 Episode 11
Lisa Lightner and Genia Stephen

Join me as I chat with Genia from GoodThingsInLife.org. We're talking about our kids' social roles, ableism, inclusion, tokenism, inspiration porn, chronic grief and so much more.

Please note: This is much longer than most of my podcast episodes. I decided to leave it as one for those who are able to listen in one sitting.

Here is the Power of Roles event she mentions in the podcast.

Genia Stephen is a speaker, host of the Good Things In Life podcast, and founder of Good Things in Life which helps parents support their kids with intellectual disabilities to build good inclusive lives at home, at school, and in the community.  

Genia has a sister with an intellectual disability and a son with an intellectual disability. Her mother introduced her to important ideas and thought leaders early in her life. She is a Registered Midwife, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and is currently completing her MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care at the University of Oxford.

Support the show (https://paypal.me/ADayInOurShoes)

Show Notes

Join me as I chat with Genia from GoodThingsInLife.org. We're talking about our kids' social roles, ableism, inclusion, tokenism, inspiration porn, chronic grief and so much more.

Please note: This is much longer than most of my podcast episodes. I decided to leave it as one for those who are able to listen in one sitting.

Here is the Power of Roles event she mentions in the podcast.

Genia Stephen is a speaker, host of the Good Things In Life podcast, and founder of Good Things in Life which helps parents support their kids with intellectual disabilities to build good inclusive lives at home, at school, and in the community.  

Genia has a sister with an intellectual disability and a son with an intellectual disability. Her mother introduced her to important ideas and thought leaders early in her life. She is a Registered Midwife, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and is currently completing her MSc in Evidence-Based Health Care at the University of Oxford.

Support the show (https://paypal.me/ADayInOurShoes)