Moose, rabbits, bears, oh my! This week Steve, Ryan and Rob are heading into the Great Outdoors to talk with Laura McEwan, Manager of Program Delivery for Accessible Wilderness Expeditions, an organization based in Kelowna, BC that offers all manner of adapted outings and adventures.
Rob, Ryan and Steve get a lesson in foreign foot fetishes (inside joke, you’ll have to listen to the episode to get it) and welcome disability advocate, motivational speaker, social media star Kiesha Mastrodimos to the show to discuss the documentary “Kiesha’s Story: A Path to Wellness”.
Mental health and the notion of self-care and self-love can be something many of us overlook in our busy, everyday lives. This week the boys are excited to welcome Jillian Gillis to the show to talk about her new(ish) podcast called Self Love is Blind, a show that discusses these concepts through the lens of disability.
It’s another exciting week for the boys at AT Banter as they welcome back long time friend of the show Kelly Goto, founder and principal at gotomedia and gotoresearch to talk about the state of digital accessibility and how corporations are beginning to embrace inclusivity and accessible policies.
Yes that’s right, it’s that time again! After more COVID worries, protests, wildfires, heat waves and hurricanes, it’s high time for another installment of a Good News Show! This week Steve brings us a collection of news stories from around the world that all have one thing in common – all the news is GOOD! If you’re having a bad week and need to restore your faith in humanity, this is the episode for you!
Guess who’s back?? Rejoice, ye Barclheads! Steve triumphantly (well, that might be pushing it) to the podcast just in time for the newly reunited trio to welcome Darcy Burnard and Holly Anderson from the Apple-centric accessibility podcast ‘Maccessibility’ to the show. They talk about what the state of accessibility of Apple is currently, whether the playing field has been leveled between all the different OS and device manufacturers, and what kind of innovations might be coming in the future.
Rob and Ryan take a break from yelling at the clouds this week in order to welcome David Moses, a Post-Doctoral engineer from the University of California San Francisco who also worked on a recent study that involved developing an implant that allowed a test subject to translate brain signals into text, with a vocabulary of 50 words! They talk to him about the study he worked on as well break down what Brain Computer Interfaces are and how they work, and what the future could hold for the field.
This week Steve, Rob, and Ryan welcome Tova Sherman, co-founder and CEO of reachAbility, an organization in Nova Scotia that provides a variety of employments services and programs to people with disabilities. We discuss everything from reachAbility’s origins and mandate to the uniquely holistic organizational philosophy of “no one goes nowhere”, and so much more. It’s a jam-packed episode that you won’t want to miss!
This week Steve, Rob, and Ryan welcome Robin Christopherson, head of Digital Inclusion at AbilityNet to the podcast where they discuss everything from web overlays (yes, we know … again) and the impact of digital accessibility to his daily podcast, Dot to Dot where he features new skills of the Amazon Echo devices.
It’s a big show this week as Steve, Ryan and Rob welcome Stephanie Cadieux, MLA for South Surrey and current Caucus Chair and Official Opposition Critic for Gender Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion, to the podcast to discuss the new Accessible British Columbia Act and what it means for people with disabilities throughout the province. We discuss how far we’ve come in addressing accessibility and barriers as well as the very long way we have to go. It’s an in-depth conversation that you won’t want to miss!