Belonging Together

Belonging Together

A podcast about people with disabilities and relationship-building.... Show More

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Devon Ray Hillary is the author his autobiography titled, “Life Experiences with Autism and Mild Intellectual Disability.” He has his Bachelor’s Degree in Music at Nyack College. He plays the piano, organ, and keyb... Read more

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In this episode you'll hear from Alexa, Jane, and Lenny as they share stories of transformation through relationships. As promised, see below for the words of Lenny's poem and Jean Vanier book recommendations. 

Do For One was invited to take part in an event hosted by Agora and Redeemer West Side titled, “Turning Toward Love.” It was a conversation between Amy Julia Becker and Andy Crouch. 

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"The Key would not fit in one of these doors. Why? Because that was the key that took me out of Willowbrook." - Jerry

What was the real "key" that got Jerry out of Willowbrook? This episode offers us a lesson on the power of social roles when facing the many negative perceptions of disability. Our friend Jerry shares his story.  

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Written, Narrated, and Produced by Andrew Oliver.

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De-institutionalization is underway as Tony and Jack continue their journey, making a better way of living possible for us all. 

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Written, Narrated, and Produced by Andrew Oliver.

Email: andrew@doforone.org 

Guest voices include Jack Callaghan, Tony Brooks, Willie Mae Goodman, Ali Oliver, and Carol Oliver. 

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Tony is separated from his family and placed in Willowbrook State School, one of the world's largest Mental Institutions. Jack meets Tony and through friendship, they find hope. 

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Written, Narrated, and Produced by Andrew Oliver.

Email: andrew@doforone.org 

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November 24, 2018 2 min

A podcast about disability and relationship-building. It's an orientation to Do For One's work, guided by stories. 

Show notes: 

Written, produced, and narrated by Andrew Oliver. In this trailer you hear the voice of Devon Ray Hillary. 

www.DoForOne.org/belongingtogether

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