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Broadcastability is a podcast by, for, and about persons with disabilities in the workforce. Season 1: The Experiences of Successful, Disabled, Canadian Employees and Entrepreneurs.Created by The PROUD Project at the University of Toronto, Scarborough.For more information, go to: https://www.theproudproject.ca/Broadcastability est un balado par, pour, et à propos des personnes handicapées au travail. Créé par Le Projet PROUD à l'Université de Toronto, Scarborough.Pour plus d'informations, consultez: https://leprojetproud.ca/

Broadcastability: Season 1 The Experiences of Successful, Disabled, Canadian Employees and Entrepreneurs The PROUD Project

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Broadcastability is a podcast by, for, and about persons with disabilities in the workforce. Season 1: The Experiences of Successful, Disabled, Canadian Employees and Entrepreneurs.Created by The PROUD Project at the University of Toronto, Scarborough.For more information, go to: https://www.theproudproject.ca/Broadcastability est un balado par, pour, et à propos des personnes handicapées au travail. Créé par Le Projet PROUD à l'Université de Toronto, Scarborough.Pour plus d'informations, consultez: https://leprojetproud.ca/

    Special Episode: Disability Pride Month 2022 - The PROUD Project Team Reflects

    Special Episode: Disability Pride Month 2022 - The PROUD Project Team Reflects

    In this special episode of Broadcastability, members of the PROUD Project team reflect on what Disability Pride Month means, what the term ‘disability pride’ means, and how the PROUD Project itself supports, reflects, and connects with the concept of Disability Pride.
    Episode Credits
     Editing: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
     Cover Art: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
     Transcript: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon 
     Music: Justin Laurie

    Funding Partners
    We would like to acknowledge the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto Scarborough and our podcast partner Easter Seals Canada for supporting the production of these podcasts.  We would also like to thank our funding partners the Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Centre for Global Disability Studies, TechNation, and the Catherine and Fredrik Eaton Charitable Foundation for helping us create Broadcastability. 

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    A Conversation with Kasey Aiello: Mentorship & Peer Support

    A Conversation with Kasey Aiello: Mentorship & Peer Support

     For the eighth and final episode of Broadcastability Season 1, the PROUD Project team interviewed Kasey Aiello, a Patient Experience Liaison with Alberta Health Services. This episode discusses the importance of peer support, the benefits of flexibility at work, and the impact of funding programs.
    Pour le huitième épisode de la première saison de Broadcastability, l'équipe du Projet PROUD discute avec Kasey Aiello, une intermédiaire pour l’expérience du patient chez le service de santé de l’Alberta. Cet épisode aborde, entre autres, l’importance des pairs, les avantages de la flexibilité au travail et l’impact des programmes de financement.
    Episode Credits
    Recording: Ahad Alingary
     Editing: Ahad Alingary and Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
     Cover Art: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
     Transcript: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon 
     Music: Justin Laurie

    • 55 min
    Meet Our Community Partner Easter Seals Canada and Their Approaches to Disability and Employment

    Meet Our Community Partner Easter Seals Canada and Their Approaches to Disability and Employment

    *Read the accessible transcript HERE

    In the seventh episode of Broadcastability, team member and Easter Seals Canada employee Jessica Geboers sat down with the President and CEO of Easter Seals Canada, Dave Starrett, and with Hayley Redmond, a client and employee of Easter Seals Newfoundland. They discussed what the organization is, what it does, and the impacts it has on the lives of Canadians living with disabilities!

    Episode Credits


    Interviews: Jessica Geboers

    Editing: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon

    Cover Art: Ahad Alingary

    Transcript: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon

    Music: Justin Laurie

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    A Conversation with the PROUD Project Team: Research Behind the Scenes

    A Conversation with the PROUD Project Team: Research Behind the Scenes

    *Read the accessible transcript HERE

    In the sixth episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea are interviewed by The PROUD Project members Ahad Alingary and Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon. In this episode, we cover several key topics, including how the project began, research methods and ethics, and much more!

    Pour le sixième épisode de Broadcastability, les animatrices Chloë et Andrea se sont faites interviewées par deux autres membres de l’équipe du projet PROUD, Ahad Alingary et Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon. Cet épisode aborde, entre autres, l’origine du projet PROUD, les méthodologies de recherche et l’importance de l’éthique.

    Episode Credits
     
    Recording: Ahad Alingary and Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Editing: Ahad Alingary
    Cover Art: Ahad Alingary
    Transcript: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon 
    Music: Justin Laurie


    Funding Partners:
    We would like to acknowledge the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto Scarborough and our podcast partner Easter Seals Canada for supporting the production of these podcasts.  We would also like to thank our funding partners the Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Centre for Global Disability Studies, TechNation, and the Catherine and Fredrik Eaton Charitable Foundation for helping us create Broadcastability. 

    • 55 min
    Une Conversation avec Elisanne Pellerin: Accessibilité et alliés

    Une Conversation avec Elisanne Pellerin: Accessibilité et alliés

    *Lisez la transcription accessible ICI

    Pour le cinquième épisode de Broadcastability, l'équipe du Projet PROUD discute avec Elisanne Pellerin, doctorante en sciences politiques à l’UQAM. Cet épisode aborde, entre autres, le handicap dans le monde universitaire, l’importance des alliés et les critères pour une politique d’accessibilité efficace.

     For Broadcastability's fifth episode, the PROUD Project team interviewed Elisanne Pellerin, a PhD student in Political Science at UQAM. This episode discusses disability in academia, the importance of allies, and the requirements for effective accessibility policies.
    *English transcript to come* 
    Générique de l'épisode:
    Animatrices: Chloë Atkins et Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Réalisatrices: Chloë Atkins et Andrea Whiteley
    Monteuse:   Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Art de Couverture: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Transcription: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Musique: Justin Laurie
    Reconnaissance du financement:
    Nous remercions Scarborough College à l’Université de Toronto et notre partenaire pour ce balado, Timbres de Pâques Canada, pour leur aide. Nous tenons également à remercier nos partenaires financiers : le Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines du Canada, le Centre for Global Disability Studies, Tech Nation et le Catherine and Frederick Eaton Charitable Foundation.
     
     
     

    • 59 min
    A Conversation with Marc Workman: Disability & Adaptability

    A Conversation with Marc Workman: Disability & Adaptability

    *Watch the captioned video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywIRV-SqELk
    *Read the accessible transcript HERE

    In the fourth episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea interview Marc Workman, who works at the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB). In this episode, we cover several key topics, including Marc’s life story, the importance of networking, the impact of mentorship, and much more!
     *French translation of the transcript to come*
    Episode Credits

    Recording: Jessica Geboers
    Editing: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Cover Art: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon
    Transcript: Isabelle Avakumovic-Pointon 
    Music: Justin Laurie


    Image description for photo of Marc: A smiling man with light skin and black hair, wearing a grey suit with a black tie sits in a park. His left hand rests on his service dog, whose fur is light yellow.
    Funding Partners:
    We would like to acknowledge the Department of Political Science at the University of Toronto Scarborough and our podcast partner Easter Seals Canada for supporting the production of these podcasts.  We would also like to thank our funding partners the Canada Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, the Centre for Global Disability Studies, TechNation, and the Catherine and Fredrik Eaton Charitable Foundation for helping us create Broadcastability. 
     

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