• Disabled? There's a Place for You to Work

    The unemployment rate is overwhelming for disabled adults. Especially on the autistic scale. But some companies seek those people out for their special talents.

    19m - Jun 12, 2024
  • They're Smart. They Have Disabled Family Members. They Are Helping

    Techies and Researchers are working to make the future better for disabled people because they see the problems first hand.

    28m - Jun 12, 2024
  • When Disability Strikes Some Family Members Bring a Cassarole. These Family Members Create a Robot. Or Make A Career Out of Helping.

    These family members are making great strides changing the face...and legs...of disability.

    28m - Jun 6, 2024
  • Broadway Bound: Wheelchair Actors Take To The Stage To Delight Audiences

    Two Actors in Wheelchairs Light up Broadway

    20m - May 29, 2024
  • New York City Ballet Dancers Teach Disabled Kids Dance

    It brings tears to the eyes of anyone watching. The top ballet dancers in the world volunteer to let severely disabled kids in wheelchairs dance. As much as they can. Kids who just want to be kids. And here they can be.

    21m - May 22, 2024
  • Dating While Disabled

    Two sisters, one disabled, the other not, run an app called Dateablity, helping to match disabled people who want to connected. Plus, Mike tells his story of being on the Dating Game. Just cause he could.

    23m - May 15, 2024
  • Janice and Mike Get Personal with Whoopi Goldberg

    Mike and Janice go to the ReelAbilities Film Festival red carpet. It includes the premier of a big Hollywood film staring Robert DiNero, Bobby Cannaval, Rose Byrne, Whoopi Goldberg and an 11 year autistic boy who plays...and 11 year old autistic boy. Whoopi spend an extraordinary amount of time talking with us, asking questions about our situation, sharing her struggles with dyslexia, and how this movie may help others in a light hearted way.

    23m - May 8, 2024
  • Season 2. First Flight

    We take our first airplane trip. New York to San Francisco to see friends and family. Hauling a wheelchair, medical supplies, toiletries, winter clothes, portable wheelchair motor. What could do wrong? would we be one of the 11 thousand wheelchairs damaged every year by the airlines?

    13m - Apr 30, 2024
  • Helping Others Through Adversity

    Jeff Bell has been through the wringer and come out swinging. He's had OCD and inspired people by sharing his story. Now comes another adversity he never saw coming.


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    S1E8 - 30m - Jan 10, 2024
  • Wives and Girlfriends of Spinal Cord Injuries

    It's called WAGS of SCI. Wives and Girlfriends of Spinal Cord Injuries. Caregivers share their stories. The good and the bad. A resource Janice checks six or seven times a day and shares her stories too. Elena Pauly and Brooke Page are Canadians from Vancouver whose partners are SCI patients. There's a Facebook page, a podcast, a website. And it's all for women only.

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    S1E7 - 25m - Jan 3, 2024
  • Disabled Travel
    Renee Burns gets around. Even in a wheelchair. 117 countries? She's been there. And has the Guinness Book of World Records for most countries traveled in one year in a wheelchair.

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    S1E6 - 27m - Dec 27, 2023
  • Athletes Who Don't Let Disability Get in the Way
    People like Steve Kearley, Garrison Redd, and the guys who play pick up basketball games at McCarren Park in Brooklyn in their wheelchairs, never gave up. They are still playing rugby, lifting weights, and shooting hoops.

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    S1E5 - 18m - Dec 20, 2023
  • Negotiating the Mean Streets and Sidewalks of the Big City

    Getting around city streets and sidewalks when disabled can be a job in and of itself. In a wheelchair is one thing. That's what I have to do. Being blind? A test of wills everyday. Let's go for a roll. Then, we'll meet a blind woman, Dr Sharon McLennon Wier from the group Center for Independence of the Disabled, who is shining a light on those who need help.

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    S1E4 - 19m - Dec 13, 2023
  • A Model for Disability
    She's rolling on the runway. The story of a disabled model and a discussion on fashion for those who can't walk. And those who can.

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    S1E3 - 15m - Dec 6, 2023
  • What's so Funny About Disability?
    In this edition, Mike and Janice talk with a couple of funny guys who are making a good living making fun of their disabilities.

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    S1E2 - 30m - Dec 5, 2023
  • From the Beginning
    Losing Two of My Best Friends

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    S1E1 - 16m - Dec 4, 2023
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