Waterford UPSTART's Audacious plan, AutCon on women and autism, Poet Rob Carney, rehab or bust with DA Sim Gill and Equilibrium
Waterford UPSTART, a school-readiness project providing access to early education for underserved and unserved populations across the country, has been named an Audacious Project. What does that mean for Utah kids, let alone the 2.2 million four-year-old children in the United States who do not have access to publicly-funded early education? RadioACTive finds out how Waterford UPSTART plans to dramatically scale their services across the country. Guests: Adrianna Thompson and Kim Fischer.
AutCon: An Unconventional Convention for Adults with Autism is May 10. Once again, RadioACTive passes the mic to Sarah Heuser and Kari Bushman of ScenicView Academy for Young Adults with Autism. This time, a conversation about women on the autism spectrum.
National Poetry Month, with Utah poet Rob Carney. Carney is the author of five books and three chapbooks of poems, most recently The Book of Sharks. He is a Professor of English at Utah Valley University and lives in Salt Lake City.
Rehab or bust? Is there another way to treat alcohol/substance abuse disorder other than in-patient care? RadioACTive explored recovery oriented primary care with Dr. Amy de la Garza and Dr. Johnathan Bone of Equilibrium Clinic.
Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill joined in the treatment conversation from a law enforcement perspective. In light of Arbor Day this Friday, Gill also shared news of his office’s Environmental Crime Unit:
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RadioACTive is a production of Listeners' Community Radio of Utah. Tonight's team included: