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Show host Jay Ruderman will interview an array of experts with the latest news, technology, innovation, and advocacy on topics related to disability. Jay Ruderman is the President of the Ruderman Family Foundation.All Inclusive is a production of the Ruderman Family Foundation. Our key mission is the full inclusion of people with disabilities in all aspects of society.

Latest Episodes

Disability Rights vs The Environment - Why the Ban on Straws is so Controversial

Welcome to the first episode of All Inclusive, a podcast byJay Rudermanon inclusion, innovation, and social justice. In this episode, Jay is joined by environmental and disability rights expert Robyn Powell to explore why the ban on straws is so controversial.

23 MIN2018 OCT 5
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Disability Rights vs The Environment - Why the Ban on Straws is so Controversial

How can Self-Driving Cars Transform the Lives of People with Disabilities?

Self-Driving cars are not just the future, it's a game-changer for people with disabilities. On episode 2 of All Inclusive, Jay is joined by experts Dr. Miriam Heyman, Senior Program Officer at The Ruderman Family Foundation and Amitai Bin-Nun, VP of Autonomous Vehicles at SAFE to discuss the impact Autonomous Vehicles can have on more than 6 million Americans with disabilities.

21 MIN2018 OCT 22
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How can Self-Driving Cars Transform the Lives of People with Disabilities?

Can Playing Football Lead Your Child to Develop a Disability?

In this fascinating episode of ALL INCLUSIVE, Jay interviews Dr. Michael Alosco of the Boston University CTE Center. Together they will uncover the real and alarming facts surrounding this hotly debated topic.

22 MIN2018 NOV 5
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Can Playing Football Lead Your Child to Develop a Disability?

Paralympic Athletes’ Fight for Equal Medal Payout

Until a few weeks ago, Paralympic Athletes earned only 1/5th the amount of money for winning a medal, compared to their Team USA counterparts. On this episode, Jay uncovers the story behind this historic fight for equality and justice. Jay is joined by Paralympian Jenny Sichel and Link20 Advocacy Coordinator, Meir Zimmerman, who provide an exclusive insight into the successful efforts of Paralympian athletes to be valued as equal.

15 MIN2018 NOV 19
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Paralympic Athletes’ Fight for Equal Medal Payout

Interview with Deaf Singer Mandy Harvey

Award winning singer songwriter and ukulele player, Mandy Harvey is joining Jay in a special one-on-one interview to discuss her successful journey as a deaf musician. In 2011, Mandy won VSA’s Top Young Soloist Award. As a successful performer touring thought the U.S. in 2017, she became a household name after winning the 4th place on America’s Got Talent. In addition, Harvey is an Ambassador of the nonprofit No Barriers where she inspires and assists others to break through their personal barriers.

22 MIN2018 DEC 3
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Interview with Deaf Singer Mandy Harvey

Andy Imparato: How Can the Disability Community Become More Impactful?

1 in 5 people in the U.S. has a disability, a large community that can lead change and shatter the culture of ableism. In this episode of ALL INCLUSIVE, Jay is joined by Andy Imparato, executive director of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities, to untangle the conflicts preventing the disability community from moving forward.

22 MIN2018 DEC 17
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Andy Imparato: How Can the Disability Community Become More Impactful?

Mental Health and Suicide of First Responders

On this episode of All Inclusive, Jay is Joined by Dr. Miriam Heyman, Ruderman Foundation senior program officer and author of the nationally discussed Ruderman White Paper on mental health and suicide of first responders. Together they reveal the findings behind this growing crisis.

32 MIN2019 JAN 3
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Mental Health and Suicide of First Responders

The Silent Murders in America

Hundreds of people with disabilities are killed by their caregivers every year and yet, we are rarely exposed to those tragic stories in the media. Jay is joined by David Perry, a senior academic advisor to the Department of History at the University of Minnesota and disability-rights reporter, to discuss the facts and the concerning lack of media exposure on this issue.

19 MIN2019 JAN 16
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The Silent Murders in America

The Crisis in the Ivy League School

There is an epidemic of mental illness on college campuses across the country. Joined by Ruderman Family Foundation program officer, Dr. Miriam Heyman, Jay reveals the alarming facts every student should keep in mind.

17 MIN2019 JAN 30
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The Crisis in the Ivy League School

Fighting for Authentic Representation in Hollywood

While 20% of our society has a disability, less than 5% of actors on screen are disabled. Jay is joined by actor, comedian, and activist for the disability rights movement, Danny Woodburn and together they shed a light on the multiple challenges of actors with disabilities in the entertainment industry.

23 MIN2019 FEB 13
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Fighting for Authentic Representation in Hollywood

Latest Episodes

Disability Rights vs The Environment - Why the Ban on Straws is so Controversial

Welcome to the first episode of All Inclusive, a podcast byJay Rudermanon inclusion, innovation, and social justice. In this episode, Jay is joined by environmental and disability rights expert Robyn Powell to explore why the ban on straws is so controversial.

23 MIN2018 OCT 5
Comments
Disability Rights vs The Environment - Why the Ban on Straws is so Controversial

How can Self-Driving Cars Transform the Lives of People with Disabilities?

Self-Driving cars are not just the future, it's a game-changer for people with disabilities. On episode 2 of All Inclusive, Jay is joined by experts Dr. Miriam Heyman, Senior Program Officer at The Ruderman Family Foundation and Amitai Bin-Nun, VP of Autonomous Vehicles at SAFE to discuss the impact Autonomous Vehicles can have on more than 6 million Americans with disabilities.

21 MIN2018 OCT 22
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How can Self-Driving Cars Transform the Lives of People with Disabilities?

Can Playing Football Lead Your Child to Develop a Disability?

In this fascinating episode of ALL INCLUSIVE, Jay interviews Dr. Michael Alosco of the Boston University CTE Center. Together they will uncover the real and alarming facts surrounding this hotly debated topic.

22 MIN2018 NOV 5
Comments
Can Playing Football Lead Your Child to Develop a Disability?

Paralympic Athletes’ Fight for Equal Medal Payout

Until a few weeks ago, Paralympic Athletes earned only 1/5th the amount of money for winning a medal, compared to their Team USA counterparts. On this episode, Jay uncovers the story behind this historic fight for equality and justice. Jay is joined by Paralympian Jenny Sichel and Link20 Advocacy Coordinator, Meir Zimmerman, who provide an exclusive insight into the successful efforts of Paralympian athletes to be valued as equal.

15 MIN2018 NOV 19
Comments
Paralympic Athletes’ Fight for Equal Medal Payout

Interview with Deaf Singer Mandy Harvey

Award winning singer songwriter and ukulele player, Mandy Harvey is joining Jay in a special one-on-one interview to discuss her successful journey as a deaf musician. In 2011, Mandy won VSA’s Top Young Soloist Award. As a successful performer touring thought the U.S. in 2017, she became a household name after winning the 4th place on America’s Got Talent. In addition, Harvey is an Ambassador of the nonprofit No Barriers where she inspires and assists others to break through their personal barriers.

22 MIN2018 DEC 3
Comments
Interview with Deaf Singer Mandy Harvey

Andy Imparato: How Can the Disability Community Become More Impactful?

1 in 5 people in the U.S. has a disability, a large community that can lead change and shatter the culture of ableism. In this episode of ALL INCLUSIVE, Jay is joined by Andy Imparato, executive director of the Association of University Centers on Disabilities, to untangle the conflicts preventing the disability community from moving forward.

22 MIN2018 DEC 17
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Andy Imparato: How Can the Disability Community Become More Impactful?

Mental Health and Suicide of First Responders

On this episode of All Inclusive, Jay is Joined by Dr. Miriam Heyman, Ruderman Foundation senior program officer and author of the nationally discussed Ruderman White Paper on mental health and suicide of first responders. Together they reveal the findings behind this growing crisis.

32 MIN2019 JAN 3
Comments
Mental Health and Suicide of First Responders

The Silent Murders in America

Hundreds of people with disabilities are killed by their caregivers every year and yet, we are rarely exposed to those tragic stories in the media. Jay is joined by David Perry, a senior academic advisor to the Department of History at the University of Minnesota and disability-rights reporter, to discuss the facts and the concerning lack of media exposure on this issue.

19 MIN2019 JAN 16
Comments
The Silent Murders in America

The Crisis in the Ivy League School

There is an epidemic of mental illness on college campuses across the country. Joined by Ruderman Family Foundation program officer, Dr. Miriam Heyman, Jay reveals the alarming facts every student should keep in mind.

17 MIN2019 JAN 30
Comments
The Crisis in the Ivy League School

Fighting for Authentic Representation in Hollywood

While 20% of our society has a disability, less than 5% of actors on screen are disabled. Jay is joined by actor, comedian, and activist for the disability rights movement, Danny Woodburn and together they shed a light on the multiple challenges of actors with disabilities in the entertainment industry.

23 MIN2019 FEB 13
Comments
Fighting for Authentic Representation in Hollywood
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