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Advocate/Mother is a Passionate Voice on Radio for the Largest Minority in the U.S.


BUFFALO, N.Y. -- The largest minority in the country, over 56 million people, finally have a voice on radio called “Disability News and Views.” An exciting online talk show, hosted by Monica Moshenko, a woman who is passionate about her mission to educate people about living with disabilities. Monica is bringing critical information to parents and families of the disabled as well as to those with disabilities themselves.
Broadcast live every Sunday at 9PM and Wednesday at 7PM ET, the show provides information to families affected by disabilities on a broad range of topics that includes legal issues, diagnoses, the search for causes of disabilities, special education and the whole gamut of treatments, ranging from the traditional to alternative therapies.
The show’s moderator and developer is Monica Moshenko, a single mother of three children (25-year old twins and 12-year old son with Asperger’s Syndrome). For years, Moshenko has worked with families in New York helping them navigate the many bureaucratic hurdles that exist in order for their children to gain access to the most effective and most appropriate treatment and education programs available.
“I want to make that difference in the lives of thousands of children and adults with disabilties, so I decided to host the show at a local radio station.” While Moshenko brokered the time to host the show, she found companies that believe in her mission to educate the public. Past shows are online at featuring interviews with Henry Winkler (The Fonz), Teri Garr (movie and TV actress), Dr. Temple Grandin, Rosemarie Rossetti, Dr. Doris Rapp, Dr. Mel Levin, Rick Lavoie, Al Condeluci, and many others.
Topics include physical and mental disabilities, relationships, therapies, parenting, special education law, diet, sexuality and more.
Moshenko’s twelve-year-old son, Alex, hosted a special show geared to kids with disabilities on December 26 and interviewed Diane Bubel of The Bubel Aiken Foundation (started by Clay Aiken), which had one of the highest number of listeners.
Moshenko plans to syndicate the radio show across the country but needs more sponsors to partner with her. The motto of DisAbility News & Views Radio is “Our TALK makes a difference!” Will you?


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