14 episodes

Faith Vidrine, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences Down syndrome. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Faith and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when it comes up -- disability. The podcast is called "Everybody In" because they are so interested in... EVERYBODY.
The format of each episode alternates depending on who leads the interview. Faith interviews guests who identify as neurotypical, meaning that they don't have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability. Faith asks her guest the same two questions each time, and then her guest gets to surprise her with two questions of their own. Together they go back-and-forth, getting to know each other better.
Andrea interviews guests with disabilities. Her guests might experience Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, fragile X, or other developmental or genetic differences. Andrea asks them a series of questions about friendship, disability, housing, transportation, love and romance, and their special gifts. At the end of the interview, the guest has an opportunity to ask Andrea or Faith any questions in return.
In every episode, Faith and Andrea work together to bridge any gaps, ask follow-up questions, and keep the party rolling!
Transcriptions available. Email podcast@thewayfaringband.com.
“Everybody In" is conceived and produced by The Wayfaring Band, a Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit. The Wayfaring Band is not a rock-and-roll band, but a band of travelers. They create opportunities for people to increase their leadership and life skills through travel, serving adults with and without disabilities.
Sound engineering: Carin Huebner
Original music: The Dosage
Associate Producer: Jake Freedle

Everybody In The Wayfaring Band, Inc.

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 69 Ratings

Faith Vidrine, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences Down syndrome. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Faith and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when it comes up -- disability. The podcast is called "Everybody In" because they are so interested in... EVERYBODY.
The format of each episode alternates depending on who leads the interview. Faith interviews guests who identify as neurotypical, meaning that they don't have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability. Faith asks her guest the same two questions each time, and then her guest gets to surprise her with two questions of their own. Together they go back-and-forth, getting to know each other better.
Andrea interviews guests with disabilities. Her guests might experience Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, fragile X, or other developmental or genetic differences. Andrea asks them a series of questions about friendship, disability, housing, transportation, love and romance, and their special gifts. At the end of the interview, the guest has an opportunity to ask Andrea or Faith any questions in return.
In every episode, Faith and Andrea work together to bridge any gaps, ask follow-up questions, and keep the party rolling!
Transcriptions available. Email podcast@thewayfaringband.com.
“Everybody In" is conceived and produced by The Wayfaring Band, a Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit. The Wayfaring Band is not a rock-and-roll band, but a band of travelers. They create opportunities for people to increase their leadership and life skills through travel, serving adults with and without disabilities.
Sound engineering: Carin Huebner
Original music: The Dosage
Associate Producer: Jake Freedle

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
69 Ratings

69 Ratings

Tooter28 ,

New and refreshing perspectives

The show is wonderfully refreshing. It is so nice to hear new perspectives on our world and kudos to Faith and Andrea for putting this together. Such interesting conversations!

landofty ,

This show is everything.

It is what representation looks like. For folks with intellectual and developmental disabilities, it is a space where the heart and mind can uninhibitedly reflect, express and question. Guests are widely diverse, allowing the conversations to be multi-layered and rich. A must-listen!

berniepeg ,

Rocking love and compassion for all!!

I love this podcast!! Thank you for demonstrating how my son , PJ , who happens to have Down Syndrome is more like the people who are “normal “ than different !! Power on!!! Up with loving and empowering diversity !!

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