Gary talks with his good friend Charlie Higdon and Charlie’s friend Aerin Rhoades about Charlies two children’s books which detail his story about his difference of Achondroplasia, the most common form of someone who is short in stature.
This week, Harmon Speaks deals with the issue of mental health. After over a year in pandemic isolation, it is time to discuss how we are doing. I talk with Michael Yates, director of development at Ridgeview Behavioral Health Services. Don’t miss this discussion. It might help you or a loved one.
Now that we’re all getting back to something that resembles normal, Gary has a few things he needs to get off his chest.
This week, Gary visits with Lynn Petr of STAR to learn more about this great facility and how it uses horse related activities to foster personal achievement for people with physical differences and other special challenges.
Gary’s back!!! After a “brief” pandemic time out, Gary Harmon is back with more great stories and interviews raising awareness about people with physical and mental differences. Today, Gary talks with Jessi Scott about how she deals with her epilepsy diagnosis and dismisses many of the myths about people who manage to live with the disease.