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  • Episode 66:  A Conversation with Michelle Steiner a disability writer, speaker and para educator

    10 APR 2024 · Michelle works in a school with children who happen to have disabilities. She runs a blog called Michelle's Mission. In her blog shes discusses her own learning disability and features her photographs. She is a wonderful advocate and inspiration for others.
    16m 53s
  • Episode 65: A Conversation with Lauren McLean:author, podcast host and outdoor learning consultant

    27 MAR 2024 · A Conversation with Lauren McLean:author, podcast host and outdoor learning consultant Author Lauren MacLean is a mentoring support teacher who works along educators who are enthusiastic about infusing play-based learning in their classrooms. She uses the sit spot routine as a way to help encourage empathy and care for our world in young learner
    28m 39s
  • Episode 64: A conversation with Alina Jemerson, author and mental health specialist

    6 MAR 2024 · Alina is the author of a poem inspired by her Autistic Twins who have different experiences everyday. she discusses her journey with her children and the different stages they have worked and laughed through. In addition, she is a mental health specialist who very much enjoys coaching her daughter's cheer team.
    27m 5s
  • Episode 63:  A conversation with Ryan Bush

    21 FEB 2024 · Ryan A Bush is a thinker and designer focused on building better systems, better people, and a better future. As founder of Designing the Mind, Ryan's central purpose is to provide wisdom education and expand human potential beyond the norm.This journey has led him to write multiple bestselling books like Designing the Mind: The Principles of Psychitecture, build life-changing programs like The Anxiety Algorithm, and launch Mindform, the world's first psychitecture collective and training platform. Through his books, programs, and community, he works to integrate the insights of ancient and modern thinkers to form a new vision for psychological growth and self-mastery
    28m 11s
  • Episode 62: A conversation with Claudia Mercado author/artist/speaker and dreamer 

    7 FEB 2024 · This multifaceted author, is also an emerging artist, who combines her passion for art, and writing with her philanthropic work. As a former member of the Real Women class 2020 she speaks at many events for the American Heart Association, and other organizations. She's been feature on CNN en Español and many other channels around the country. She works as a education assistant/ Paraprofessional.
    21m 48s
  • Episode 61: A conversation with New York City special education attorney and law firm owner Adam Dayan

    25 JAN 2024 · Adam began his legal career as an associate at a law firm known for its work in the area of special education law, where he represented families whose children had a variety of special needs. Adam moved on from that position in 2009 to pursue his dream of establishing his own law practice, Law Offices of Adam Dayan, PLLC. His law practice is currently based in downtown Manhattan, focusing on representing individuals with a wide range of special needs.In 2020, Adam added https://www.dayanlawfirm.com/special-needs-trusts to his law firm's services to provide special needs trusts and select estate planning services to help our clients plan for the long-term care of their special needs children.
    19m 9s
  • Episode 60: A conversation with Peyton McDavitt, a writer, story consultant and story editor

    10 JAN 2024 · Early on, she gained entry into the New York Television Festival and subsequently won a development deal with LIFETIME A&E. Recently, she completed a feature with Oscar-winning production company BRANDED PICTURES, and currently is working on a feature with a DreamWorks animator as well as producing a scripted podcast. She was a finalist in the SCREENCRAFT pilot competition out of over 1,700 submissions. That same pilot garnered a nomination for the 2017 WriteHer List. She is a TV consultant and has worked as part of a think tank for E! Entertainment, as well as a TV and feature script editor and consultant.
    21m 39s
  • Episode 59: with guest Lee Lynch

    27 DEC 2023 · Lee Lynch has an amazing family, which includes Lee, Tom, Jeffrey, Jack, and Emma Lynch, plus their pug Rocket. That is where the name Rocket Around comes from which is her first children's books that illustrated by their daughter Emma.Combine high-functioning autism, epilepsy, ADHD, auditory processing disorder, and anxiety with the typical frustrations of traveling, and it can sometimes feel overwhelming. Despite Lee and Tom having a strong case of the travel bug, they went years holing up – not getting out on the road – because it seemed like too much.They have seen the mind-opening impact that travel and adventure can have on their neurodiverse family members, but also know how challenging destinations and around-town adventures can be.They are glad to share what they have learned, but also want to hear the wisdom gained by other neurodiverse families so that they can all have more, amazing adventures and plain ol' fun.
    19m 40s
  • Episode 58: A conversation with children's book author Krystle Boateng

    14 DEC 2023 · Krystle A. Boateng is the Founder of Inside Ability Books and is the Author of the books created by the brand. Inside Ability Books is an outlet for her creativity and passion for inspiring and helping others. After becoming legally blind at the age of 19, creative writing helped her discover hope and a determination to thrive in spite of adversity. She would later transpose those inspirational poems onto artful canvases. As a legally blind Mom of two small kids she saw a need in the children's book market for more accessible print options. She once again tapped into her creative writing skills to produce the accommodation that was not available to her. Krystle's brands reflect her passions for living with purpose, breaking barriers and being of service to humanity.
    31m 21s
  • Episode 57: A conversation with Marina Raydun author of Year 1 

    29 NOV 2023 · Marina Raydun's published works of fiction include a compilation of novellas One Year in Berlin/Foreign Bride, a suspense novel entitled Joe After Maya, as well as a two-part series, Effortless. Born in the former Soviet Union, Marina grew up in Brooklyn, NY. She holds a J.D. from New York Law School and a B.A. in history from Pace University.
    21m 40s

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Welcome to The No Limits Podcast with your host Lisa Jacovsky – you will find interviews with organizations and authors who are making a change through their work as well...

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Welcome to The No Limits Podcast with your host Lisa Jacovsky – you will find interviews with organizations and authors who are making a change through their work as well as those who have an interest in autism or psychology in general.
The field of Psychology is discussed along with other relevant topics such as autism, mindfulness, Acceptance, and Commitment Therapy. Because Lisa is also an author of the award-winning book series – Let’s Talk - writers also find her information inspiring and helpful for their own journey.
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