BroadcastAbility: Podcasts on inclusive employment - Easter Seals Canada

BROADCASTABILITY

Podcast series by and about workers with disabilities, inclusive employment and workplaces. Produced in partnership with The PROUD Project, University of Toronto at Scarborough (UTSC)

PARTICIPANTS WANTED FOR THE PROUD PROJECT! 

If you are a person with a visible physical and/or sensory disability who has been employed for 6+ months, OR if you are a manager or business leader at an inclusive workplace that has hired persons of disabilities, The PROUD Project would like to interview you! Click here to learn more. 

What is BroadcastAbility?

BroadcastAbility is a podcast series chronicling the experiences of people with visible physical and/or sensory disabilities who have successfully surmounted barriers to employment, as well as managers and businesses leaders at inclusive workplaces. It is an extension of the multi-year investigative work on disability and employment conducted by researchers Dr. Chloë Atkins and Dr. Andrea Whiteley of The PROUD Project (Phenomenological Research/Remedies on Employment and Disability) at the University of Toronto Scarborough.

Easter Seals Canada is proud to work with The PROUD Project on the BroadcastAbility podcast initiative. To learn more about The PROUD Project, visit their website at www.TheProudProject.ca

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Click here or the button above to join the BroadcastAbility mailing list and receive updates about upcoming podcasts.

Participants Wanted!

The researchers at The PROUD Project are looking for participants who are willing to share their knowledge, insights and experiences. If you are:

  • a person with a visible physical and/or sensory disability who have been employed for at least 6+ months, OR
  • a manager or business leader at an inclusive workplace that has hired persons of disabilities

you are invited to contact The Proud Project. If selected, the researchers will require one hour of your time. The meeting will be conducted via video-conference. Participants will receive an honorarium.

Listen to the Podcasts

Listen on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and more! Transcripts for the podcasts are available after the jump to each link.

Episode 1: A Conversation with Taylor Lindsay-Noel,  (Sept 24, 2021)

Taylor Lindsay-Noel is a successful young entrepreneur and founder of a luxury tea brand that has been featured in O, The Oprah magazine. She talks about her life journey, diversity, and more. Listen to the podcast episode here.

The next episode of BroadcastAbility will be coming in October 2022.

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