Freewheelin with Carden

A weekly Society, Culture and Education podcast
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Emily Dukes shares her journey with anorexia, self image, and the journey she's taken to love her body and food again. You can follow her photography portfolio on Instagram @ekdukes. She is a brave little lion. Transcript: https://rb.gy/p2obim
Georgina Elliott openly shares life living with Crohn's Disease and colitis. Listen into her story living with a stoma bag for several months. Her key take aways are to be patient and be as open and transparent with your job/ school to seek acc
Today, June 13th is International Albinism Awareness Day and joining me today is a force of nature Philip 'Phil' Mason. Phil dives deep into being Black with Albinism and the underlying white privilege that is often associated with it. Phil des
Zac Campbell shares his journey facing a traumatic head injury at the age of 6 resulting in a zipper scar and embedded titanium plates. Listen in how he vulnerably dives into the emotional side of an invisible disability struggling with accepta
Made Welcome's Founder and Principal Josh Klipp, CASp, Esq speaks to the importance of making the built and digital environment accessible for people with disabilities. He drives home the point that if we were to listen to this population, we w
Made Welcome's Founder and Principal Josh Klipp, CASp, Esq speaks to the importance of making the built and digital environment accessible for people with disabilities. He drives home the point that if we were to listen to this population, we w
A single thought popped into Peter Ladka's mind in 2006 of 'I wonder how the kid in a wheelchair plays tee-ball' while sitting on the sidelines watching his daughter play. That 'silly little idea' as he calls it turned into creating the nonprof
A single thought popped into Peter Ladka's mind in 2006 of 'I wonder how the kid in a wheelchair plays tee-ball' while sitting on the sidelines watching his daughter play. That 'silly little idea' as he calls it turned into creating the nonprof
Ever wanted to know about whether attending medical school would be possible with FSHD muscular dystrophy? From medical school to residency to rehab medicine to pharmaceuticals, Marc Van de Rijn, MD defines all odds and successfully has a care
Tune into this week's virtual episode with Becky Curran Kekula as she shares her story being a little person, growing up and advocating for the disability community. She dives into the requested accommodations in school, home, work and travel w
In this disability 'coming out' story, Isaac Tibbets, senior at Kennesaw State University shares his story living with Wagner's Stickler syndrome which is a group of hereditary connective tissue disorders characterized by distinctive facial fea
Tune into Sammie Cimarelli from the Netflix show 'The Circle' as she shares her experience diving into the field as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and working with children/ young adults with disabilities. She's worked with, to name a f
Tune into Sammie Cimarelli from the Netflix show 'The Circle' as she shares her experience diving into the field as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and working with children/ young adults with disabilities. She's worked with, to name a f
My sister Virginia aka Gin aka GingyCat aka Woolly shares her side of the story growing up and watching my disability progress. She's been such an amazing support system piggybacking me across mountains and obstacle course races. In 2019, she w
J Rock aka Jeremy Williams shares his emotional journey being a black bisexual born with cerebal palsy and a metal vocalist. He voices his opinion being a multi dimentional minority, disabilities in the media, LGBTQIA+ rights and ableism. He wi
Carden's dad, Kurt, shares his experience raising a child with muscular dystrophy. From being in denial to becoming one of her strongest support systems. Totally a 180 experience from the first episode with her mom Christiane. Transcript: https
Brandon used to compete in motocross then life turned upside down at 14 during a race when he faced a spinal cord injury at the T7 vertebrae. Hardship quickly turned into the mindset of how could he make the world a better place. Brandon founde
As COVID-19 continues to spread, Carden shares her viewpoint on complications when getting sick with muscular dystrophy, preparing your home with food and supplies, and how you can help provide meals to students in Atlanta Public Schools via Go
Rebecca, my dear friend and college roomie shares her story living life with OCD, depression, and anxiety. She dives into what it was like being a "normal" kid then opens up about a few dark moments when the compulsions stopped working which si
Look thru the lens of a parent who has a child with FSHD muscular dystrophy. My mother Christiane Wyckoff shares her tear jerking experience learning how to raise me. From the initial spidey senses that something was wrong, to the years of feel
Living with a disability can have so many ups and downs. My goal is to give a voice and power to it all - and knock down barriers so we can roll through life a little easier and build a community to do this together. Transcript: rb.gy/afunog
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