The "Grow Bold with Disability" podcast by Feros Care is a podcast that highlights the real stories of people living a bold life with disability. Hosted by writer, editor and disability advocate Tristram Peters and journalist Pete Timbs, this podcast is a space for people to share their stories and have open conversations around disability.
Growing Bold and Carers
In this episode, meet Elly-May Barnes, singer, mother to a 6-year-old and person with Cerebral Palsy. She's joined by rock legend Jimmy Barnes, who also happens to be her father, to talk about growing up with CP, the carer relationship and accessibility in the music industry.
Grow Bold and living with Tourette syndrome
Our guests are the president of Tourette's Syndrome Association of Australia and mother of three kids with Tourette's, Mandy Maisy and her eldest son, and Tourette's Awareness Ambassador, Connor. In this episode, we'll find out just what is Tourette Syndrome, how it affects those with it and what we as a society can do to help understand those with Tourette's.
Growing Bold and fighting mental health stigma
In this episode, we talk with Tim Daly and find out how he came across 'This is My Brave' Australia. We also learn why Tim is passionate about breaking the stigma of mental illness and what how sharing stories can be a catalyst for positive change.
Growing Bold and dealing with bullying and exclusion
"He's an aboriginal boy with a disability trying to navigate through his world, also the disability sector and the western world. So, it can be very difficult."
Growing Bold as an amputee
In this episode, we discover how Mike Rolls survived contracting meningococcal disease and how he came out the other side with a whole new perspective on life.
Growing Bold with a love of music
In this episode we find out how Rachael Leahcar discovered her love of music, the struggles she had to overcome as a blind person in a seeing world and how she made it to the top of her game.
What a great podcast- recommended.
Interesting, authentic and empowering interviews
Great format and content, interesting interviewees, real life experiences. A much needed microphone for the voices of our disability community.
Love the Podcasts. Easy to listen to and such inspirational stories