A community Radio Station for adults on the Autistic Spectrum
We are proud to be all inclusive and supportive of each and every one of our volunteers.
SAM RADIO© are looking for adults on the autistic spectrum, who are 18 years or over, to present a radio show on a busy, active local community radio based in St Margaret’s House, Edinburgh.
We are always looking to invite guests into the station to talk about their relevant experiences with autism. E.g. Carers, professionals working within the field of autism, alongside adults on the autistic spectrum that would like to talk about their own experience. Please email us if you are interested in coming on and we will do the rest.
SAM RADIO© is a community internet radio station that caters for adults who have been diagnosed with Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome. The station is the first of its kind in Scotland.
The purpose of SAM RADIO© is two-fold. Managed by Paul Ross and his family, Paul holds a degree in Sound engineering and who himself has a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome. We air a variety of music and provide listeners with a platform where they can represent themselves. At the same time we will offer volunteers the opportunity to learn how to produce shows, without the worry of operating the broadcast/recording equipment.
We have invited a variety of guests from local interested organisations and professional bodies to share practical knowledge and experience with adults on the Autistic Spectrum and their carers/family members.
Please email if interested firstname.lastname@example.org