Amplified Podcasts

Faith and Flourishing: Hidden in Plain Sight

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Season 1, Episode 6 — 20 April 2016 About this episode Bill Gaventa discusses how, since people with disabilities are all different, there is no one right thing to do to welcome people with disabilities and how faith communities can focus on supporting the needs of the people right in front of them. This is… read more

Faith and Flourishing: Welcoming Children with Disabilities and their Families

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Season 1, Episode 5 — 4 April 2016 About this episode Amy Fenton Lee discusses what faith communities need to do to be welcoming children with disabilities and their families. It’s more than the building’s physical infrastructure, but the content of worship services and educational programs, as well as the understanding of parishioners. This is… read more

Reflections on 40 Years of Agency Community Supports

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Season 1, Episode 3 — 18 March 2016 About this episode Lyle Romer recently retired as Executive Director of the Seattle-area community living agency, Total Living Concept. In this episode he reflects on his 42 years of experience providing person-centered support to people with disabilities and the future of community living under the Medicaid Home… read more

A Brief History of PBIS with Rob Horner

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Season 1, Episode 1 — 26 January 2016 About this episode For the inaugural episode of Amplified, TASH’s new podcast series, Rob Horner talks with our own Jenny Stonemeier about Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS). As one of the founders of the field, he is perfectly placed to tell us about the origin and… read more