A View into Sexuality Education with Katherine McLaughlin

Listen in as Michelle Fischer, host of A View from My Window, talks with Katherine McLaughlin, an expert on sexuality and developmental disabilities.  “A View into Sexuality Education with Katherine McLaughlin” was produced in collaboration with Apostrophe Magazine. Katherine McLaughlin has taught sexuality education to people with developmental disabilities as well as trained them to… Read More

A View into Dealing for Dreams 2016

Listen in as Michelle Fischer talks with Ray Baker, Sertoma Club of Broad Ripple, about Dealing for Dreams, a charity casino game night hosted by the Sertoma Club of Broad Ripple and The Arc of Indiana Foundation. The August 6th event will features a VIP reception, surf & turf dinner, live music, Corvette raffle and… Read More

A View into Medicaid Coverage for ABA Therapy, Autism Treatment through EPSDT

Medicaid now covers ABA Therapy and other autism treatments through the EPSDT program.  Listen in as Michelle talks with Michele Trivedi, The Arc Insurance Project Manager, about how families whose children have Medicaid coverage can utilize their Medicaid coverage to receive services. Learn More – FAQ Fact Sheet About Medicaid Coverage for Autism Treatment Services Read More

A View with Jason Harris of Jason’s Connection

Listen in as Michelle talks with Jason Harris of Jason’s Connection, a 501(c)3 charitable organization dedicated to connecting people with disabilities and their families to information and resources through the Jason’s Connection website, www.jasonsconnection.org In his website profile, Jason notes, “I am a 26 year old college graduate. I love hiking, traveling with friends, films,… Read More

A View in Tribute to Jewel Kats

Jewel Kats, who died on January 7, 2016 at the age of 37, was an award-winning children’s author of eleven books – eight are about disabilities. Her books included “The Princess Panda Tea Party,” inspired by her friendship with Michelle Fischer.  Jewel was also the writer and creator of Fairy Ability Tales, and the real-life inspiration behind “Archie Comics” character,… Read More

A View with Scott Chesney

Listen in as Michelle talks with Scott Chesney, navigator of life with paralysis, nationally and internationally recognized workshop and keynote presenter, professional life coach, two-time world traveler, and founder of Raise Hope Foundation. After awakening to paralysis at the age of 15 from a sudden spinal stroke, Scott has amassed a resume of transformational experiences, powerful insights,… Read More

A View with Fellow Podcast Host, Reid Moriarty

Listen in as Michelle talks with fellow podcast host, Reid Moriarty, host of Talk Time with Reid Moriarty. You can find all of Reid’s podcasts on SoundCloud. Michelle offers this podcast as a digital contributor to Apostrophe Magazine. Read More

A View into The Arc’s Utility Support Program

Listen in as Michelle Fisher talks with Clint McKay, Director of Operations, about The Arc’s Utility Support Program. This new program, provided in partnership with the Indiana Family and Social Services Administration, can assist families with utility costs, including payment for utility bills, funding to reactivate or prevent disconnection of services, deposit assistance to begin… Read More

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