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We're just two people trying to untangle the giant web of disability.

The Accessible Stall Kyle Khachadurian and Emily Ladau

    • Health & Fitness
    • 4.7 • 50 Ratings

We're just two people trying to untangle the giant web of disability.

    Episode 97: The Accessible Stall and Alex Parker

    Episode 97: The Accessible Stall and Alex Parker

    This episode is full of gems of wisdom. Emily and Kyle sit down with Alex Parker, a 4th grade teacher from Illinois who works with a non-profit organization called The Nora Project, an organization that aims to empower educators to teach disability as diversity.

    Check out the anti-bias/anti-racist toolkit Alex helped co-create, as well as his research on the impact of The Nora Project.

    A transcript for this episode can be found here.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    [96] Story Time VI

    [96] Story Time VI

    It’s about time we talked about where we’ve been. Good news! We’re back on track. Bad news? Emily broke her leg. Doctors found out that her bones are in fact, made of jelly. A transcript for this episode can be found here.

     





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    • 40 min
    [95] We're SO Tired...

    [95] We're SO Tired...

    We’re talking to our disabled audience now. Are you all here? Good. Can we talk? Are you guys all tired too? Because we really, really are.

    A transcript for this episode can be found here.

    • 43 min
    [94] Skepticism While Disabled

    [94] Skepticism While Disabled

    Look, we know non-disabled people mean well. And I mean, we love lots of non-disabled people! But you can totally understand why we’re skeptical… right? It’s nothing personal, we swear! You know what, just give this episode a listen, you’ll get it!

    A transcript for this episode can be found here. Transcription services by Opal Transcription.

    • 38 min
    [93] Kakana

    [93] Kakana

    A transcript for this episode can be found here. Thanks to Chloe Brittain of Opal Transcription Services for this transcript!

    Look, we know fitness is important. We’ve even done an episode on it some time ago. But we also know fitness isn’t very accessible. And even if you can adapt fitness to your ability level and body type, the instructors are almost always people with model-like physiques that don’t have disabilities.

    Or at least, that’s what we would say if we weren’t talking about Kakana. Think of Kakana like Peloton, but accessible. Virtual, live, and streamable fitness classes for people with and without disabilities. It’s seriously really cool, and if you’re thinking about getting in shape, why not do it now? I mean it’s not like we’re doing anything else these days anyway.

    Follow Kakana on all social media @OneKakana!

    Disclosure: This is not a sponsored episode, but Emily did receive a complimentary membership to Kakana.

    • 39 min
    [92] Bean Dad

    [92] Bean Dad

    We talked about Bean Dad. We know it already happened a century ago, but we have points to make!

    Shout out to one of our Patrons, Kensuke Nakamura, for their amazing audio descriptions of movie trailers. Check them out!

    Interested in becoming a Patron and helping ensure that we can continue to fund transcripts? Check out our Patreon.

    Click here for a transcript for this episode.

    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
50 Ratings

50 Ratings

Disneynerd22 ,

Disability Advocacy at its most raw and entertaining

I could rave about this podcast and Emily and Kyle for centuries. As a lifelong disabled advocate, it’s always an incredible experience when I can find and collect people who just “get it.” I feel seen and heard and understood in a way that I think a lot of people in the disability community feel, yet it’s a narrative that isn’t moving through mainstream society. The remedy? Share this with all your friends and family! You won’t regret it.

Sara gahehen ,

Unique podcast that finally is talking about disability issues!

I’m not sure how I found this podcast but I’m so happy I did! As someone who has a disability but feels like I don’t know much about other disabled people’s issues I really appreciate learning about others. It is also such a relatable podcast. I love being able to hear about other people’s horror stories in hotel bathrooms, as well as their good stories about people truly helping people out.

bbbun_bbgun ,

Provocative & fun to listen to

The Accessible Stall is a really great listen. Emily and Kyle have a pretty funny dynamic, which makes some tough/dry topics a lot easier to digest. I'm all for more representation in the media, and seeing people close to my age talk about stuff that matters to me is awesome.

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