#70 Teach RARE- supporting caregivers of children with a rare disease or undiagnosed disability

Today host Lori Boll speaks with Richard Poulin, an educator and parent. When Richard’s daughter was diagnosed with a rare disease, he and his wife, Judy (also a teacher), felt isolated and didn’t know how to support their daughter.

Sarah Anne Bulman January 2023 SENIA World Changer Award Recipient

Sarah has always had a unique perspective on life. Her neurodiversity…

#68 The Impact of the MARIO Approach

Phillip Bowman, a Learning Support Specialist and the Co-Founder and CEO of MARIO Framework.

#67 Becoming a Totally Inclusive School

Angeline Aow and Dr. Sadie Hollins, the authors of Becoming a Totally Inclusive School a Guide for Teachers and School Leaders published by Routledge in November, 2022.

#66 Building a foundation for digital accessibility

Today host Lori Boll speaks with Patrick (Paddy) McGrath, who is an international speaker, blogger, podcaster, and Head of Education Strategy at the Texthelp Group.

#65 We’re Not Complete Without You

Lori Boll speaks with Joel Llaban, the Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Justice of the International Schools Services (ISS). Joel and Lori discuss the important work ISS and other organizations are doing to ensure schools are inclusive in all areas from their hiring practices, to their mission statement, to their curriculum and how they should be living the words, “We’re not complete without you.

Lana Abon October 2022 SENIA World Changer Award Recipient

Lana Abon is a special education teacher in the rural area of…

#64 IDD and Me: I Am Confident & Positive

. Aidan and LIsa first met Lori on a playground in Shanghai, China when they had just been told that Aidan could no longer attend the international school he was attending due to his Intellectual Developmental Disability (IDD).

#63 Dysgraphia Defined

Cheri is an international speaker, author, and consultant who trains adults to shift their mindsets about struggling writers to strengthen the social-emotional well-being of people with dysgraphia so they can fully engage in life activities and unleash their potential to change their future and other generations through the written word.

Alexius Ignatius September 2022 SENIA World Changer Award Recipient

Alexius Ignatius was the first Malaysian to win a gold medal…