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Let's Talk: Conversations with The Arc of NJ Family Institute

Podcast by The Arc of New Jersey Family Institute focusing on issues and concerns of families caring for a child or adult with intellectual and developmental disabilities
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The Arc of NJ Family Institute talks with family members of children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, professionals in the field and self-advocates to gain their perspective on a variety of topics.

Apr 20, 2016

Megan Brownfeld of Child Care Resources discusses important issues in choosing a childcare provider for your child with I/DD.

Original broadcast date: April 18, 2016

Apr 15, 2016

Parent Jessica Oppenheim discusses issues around supported and competitive employment for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Original broadcast date: February 16, 2016

Apr 14, 2016

Parent Natalie Cunningham discusses and gives tips about how to make travel with someone with I/DD easier

Original broadcast date: April 14, 2016

Dec 30, 2015

Cheryl Crick and Kelly LeStrange talk about growing up with a sibling with developmental disabilities.

Original broadcast date: September 23, 2015

Dec 30, 2015

Bill and Flossie Baranoff talk about how they planned for and set up housing for their daughter, Rachel, who has developmental disabilities.

Original broadcast date: November 23, 2015

Dec 30, 2015

Sarah Logan talks about how her family supported her son, Bill, who has developmental disabilities, to attend college.

Original broadcast date: August 11, 2015

 

Dec 30, 2015

Bob Hage, President of The Arc of NJ and father of Annika talks about why families of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities should get involved in shaping public policy.

 Original broadcast date: October 13, 2015

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