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Photographer AJ Martens and blogger and former Miss wheelchair Fl 2010 Shannon Horne will bring a unique and informative guest to each episode of don't burn the day otherwise known as DBTD. The host of the show has not let the diagnosis of cerebral palsy slow them down from what it is they want to pursue and in this podcast, you will find out many of the ways that they have succeeded In life.
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Jul 30, 2021

in this episode the DBTD team celebrates the 31st anniversary of the ADA while discussing ways that it can be improved. we also discuss our opinions on why it is so important for the restoration of social security act to be put into law to help many of us who are on SSI.

Jul 26, 2021

The DBTD team wanted to share our thoughts on the proposed bill that would give more people on social security a raise in their benefits along with other perks that aren't allowed now this biss would help many people be more productive in their communities so if you have a person in your life who is on disability please...

Jul 21, 2021

It's been said that young people can change the world or the world around them well this is exactly what a 15 year old Louis Braille did when he made the braille system that would change the world for many visually impaired people around the world. This is his story.

Jul 14, 2021

When you think of the word inclusion themeparks aren't first to come to mind but this isn't the case in San Antonio, TX as they have the first ultra accessible themepark Morgan's Wonderland. Don't Burn The Day was able to speak with Nikki Young the edutainment director for Morgan's Wonderland. We spoke about everything...

Jul 11, 2021

In episode 2 of our Pioneers of the ADA series, DBTD looks at the contributions of Ed Roberts, who many would say is the father of the independent living movement. Ed would be instrumental in opening the door for people with disabilities to attend UCLA at Berkley among many different accolades which we will cover in...