Giveback Economy Podcast

Did you know that our founder Peter Miller has his own podcast? The Giveback Economy Podcast has been going strong since 2018, interviewing social entrepreneurs and people who are giving back to their communities!

Giveback Economy Podcast

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There are currently 21 Podcasts in this directory
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Ability Online with Michelle McClure. Air Date: July 31, 2021
The Ability Online social networking platform provides youth/young adults with disabilities a secure online experience that removes social barriers and promotes independence, respect, acceptance and inclusion. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle Podcasts, and Spotify.

Autism House with Robin Hartmann. Air Date: June 1, 2021
Robin and his wife Dineke started Autism House in the Netherlands to meet the needs of their autistic son and others like him. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Canadian Council for the Blind Toronto Visionaries with Ian White. Air Date: Aug 31, 2022
Ian is the President of the Canadian Council of the Blind Toronto Visionaries, a chapter of the Canadian Council for the Blind. The Canadian Council for the Blind works to improve the quality of life for persons with vision loss through awareness, peer mentoring, socializing, sports, advocacy, health promotion and illness prevention. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and https://open.spotify.com/episode/0CCI46gDqFLp1sAdvPZClT“>Spotify

 

College of Adaptive Arts with Dr. Pamela Lindsay. Air Date: May 5, 2022
Dr. Lindsay is the Co-founder and Dean of the College of Adaptive Arts, which provides a lifelong, equitable collegiate experience to adults with special needs who historically have not had access to college education. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

Community Living York Region with Andrew Fagan. Air Date: Sept 12, 2022.
Andrew is the CEO of Community Living Central York, a non-profit, charitable organization which provides support to people who have an intellectual disability. Listen on the podcast website, Google podcasts, and Spotify.

Cyber AI with Jeffrey Pledger and Kyle Rose. Air Date: May 18, 2022
Jeffrey is the CEO and Kyle the VP of Business Development for Cyber AI, which provides customers with tools risk against fraudulent and scamming activities within the B2C and B2B markets of the digital economy. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify

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Dancing with Parkinson’s with Sarah Robichaud. Air Date: January 29, 2021
Dancing with Parkinson’s (DWP) core mission is to bring seniors with Parkinson’s Disease out of isolation and into an artistic community where they can dance and connect with others. DWP now uses Zoom to offer interactive FREE DAILY classes to ALL seniors across the country, to learn while we must social distance. Visit Dancing with Parkinson’s to register. Listen on the podcast websiteved=0CAUQkfYCahcKEwiYqePBu8nuAhUAAAAAHQAAAAAQAQ”>Google podcasts, and Spotify.

Disability Advocacy and Research with Maggie Lyons McFarlane. Air Date: July 13, 2022.
Maggie uses her considerable skills to conduct disability advocacy and research. She is the volunteer chair of the National Educational Association of Disabled Students (NEADS), which works for full access to education and employment for disabled post-secondary students and graduates across Canada.  Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

Disability Advocacy with Rain Geiger. Air Date: June 8, 2022
Rain was an educator and is now a disability advocate, supporting her friend and assessing accessibility in the community. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

Disability Desk with Jeremy Opperman. Air Date: April 22, 2022
Jeremy is a disability consultant and the creator of Disability Desk, an information resource service for anyone interested in, curious about or struggling with disability-related issues. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Enable with Sue Crawford. Air Date: June 7, 2021
Sue is main officer and one of the co-founders of Enable, an organization that matches disabled young people with support workers (some also disabled) based on their shared interests. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Human Endeavour with Noor Din. Air Date: Sept 28, 2022
Noor Din is the founder of Human Endeavour, which enables and empowers human development by supporting services in health, education, entrepreneurship, employment, and training, ensuring everyone can choose to participate without any hindrance in all aspects of society. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Imaginable Solutions with Lianna Genovese. Air Date: May 20, 2021
Lianna, an engineering student at McMaster University, has developed Guided Hands, which is assistive technology to enables people with limited hand function to write, paint, draw, and use a touchscreen device. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Marianne
Marianne has had a long career teaching visually impaired and blind children in the Netherlands, South Africa, and Tanzania. She also teaches the teachers and does advocacy work. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

My Pass Kit: Mental health with Tina Chan. Air Date: May 13, 2020
Tina Chan, Founder of PASS Inc., talks mental health, her life and career, and what led her to develop the My Pass Kits. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle Podcasts, and Spotify

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Noah’s Clubhouse with Brigitte Berneche. Air Date: Aug 25, 2021
Brigitte started and runs Noah’s Clubhouse, a charity which provides financial assistance to to families with children with celebral palsy,  in memory of her son Noah, who passed away due to complications with celebral palsy. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Ontario Disability Employment Network (ODEN) with Ingrid Muschta and Jeannette Campbell. Air Date: July 13, 2022
Jeannette Campbell is the President and Ingrid the Director of Special Projects and Innovation at the Ontario Disability Employment Network (ODEN), which brings together businesses and Employment Service Providers to increase employment for disabled people. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify

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Running Steps with Sarah Levis. Air Date: June 3, 2022
Sarah Levis is a freelance writer/editor and nerd-for-hire. She’s been the sole proprietor of Running Steps for the last 10 years. She’s also written a book, was an internationally-known disability blogger, and currently works with the United Church of Canada. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

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Stroke Forward with Marcia Moran
Marcia offers health/life coaching and resources for stroke survivors through Stroke Forward. She has also published a book by the same name. Listen on the podcast website, Google podcasts, and Spotify.

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The Learning Place with Bolanle Adewole. Air Date: July 13, 2022
Bolanle is the Founder and CEO of The Learning Place in Lekki, Lagos, which is an inclusive Montessori school for boys and girls age 1 – 12 years old. Its affiliate school, TLP Centre, also teaches students with special needs. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify.

Toronto Metropolitan University Disability Studies Program with Esther Ignagi & Eliza Chandler. Air Date: July 13, 2022
Esther is the Director and an Associate Professor, and Eliza an Associate Professor, with Toronto Metropolitan University\’s Disability Studies Program. The program went from a class of 25 in its opening year in 1999 to being one of the best in its field. Listen on the podcast websiteGoogle podcasts, and Spotify