Eric Jorgensen starts by saying he’s fairly new to his work in the disability community. His son is on the spectrum, and has intellectual disabilities and other challenges, but his wife was the one who managed those in the past.  Just as he was about to retire from the Navy in 2012, his wife died from complications resulting from a

In this episode, Host Annette Hines shares more about her goals for 2023. This year she is taking a sabbatical, not from work, but from all her external commitments.  She notes that the term “sabbatical” means taking a break, which most often is associated with a leave from work. However, as Special Needs Companies, which includes her law and trustee

What do you want to accomplish this year?  Where do you want to be a year from now?  For many of us, as soon as we say: “Happy New Year!” we feel the pressure to set resolutions for this year related to our health, personal or professional life.  But simply saying: “I want to lose weight this year,” notes Host

Working at the intersection of artificial intelligence, ed tech, and dyslexia, Guest and Entrepreneur Hugo Richard of Dystech in Australia is driven to solve complex problems in our society. His goal is to create more awareness about how computer intelligence and artificial intelligence could enable the creation of reliable tools that will positively impact children worldwide and drastically improve and