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Broadcastability is a podcast by, for, and about persons with disabilities in the workforce. 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/
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In the third episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea interview Alexis Chicoine, an administrator and Disability Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, Speaker and Writer in Vancouver.In this episode, we cover Alexis’s life story, the importance of true inclusion in the workplace, transferable skillsets, the joys of sports, and much more!Please note that this episode contains strong language.---- Pour le troisième épisode de Broadcastability, les animatrices Chloë et Andrea interviewent Alexis Chicoine, une administratrice et spécialiste de la motivation à Vancouver.Cet épisode aborde des thèmes importants comme les compétences transférables, l’inclusion dans le milieu professionnel et la joie du sport. Veuillez noter que cet épisode contient des mots grossiers. Episode CreditsDirectors & Hosts: Chloë Atkins and Andrea Whiteley Editing: Jessica Geboers and Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonCover Art: Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonTranscript: Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonMusic: Justin LaurieFunding PartnersWe 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. 
Pour le deuxième épisode de Broadcastability, l'équipe du Projet PROUD accueil Joel Castanet, un kinésithérapeute et enseignant au Québec. Cet épisode aborde, entre autres, la philosophie du handicap,  les complexités pour les personnes handicapées dans les métiers médicales, l’importance du travail en équipe et les différences entre la vie en France et au Canada pour une personne handicapée.For Broadcastability's second episode, the PROUD Project team sat down with Joel Castanet, a physiotherapist and instructor living in Quebec. This episode discusses the philosophy of disability, the complexities faced by disabled healthcare workers, the importance of teamwork,  and the difference between life in France and in Canada for people with disabilities.Générique de l'épisode:Animatrices: Chloë Atkins et Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonRéalisatrices: Chloë Atkins et Andrea WhiteleyMonteuse:   Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonArt de Couverture: Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonTranscription: Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonMusique: Justin LaurieReconnaissance 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.
In this first episode of Broadcastability, co-hosts Chloë and Andrea interview Taylor Lindsay-Noel, the founder of Cup of Té Luxury Loose Leaf Teas.  In this episode, we cover several key topics, including: Taylor’s life story, the importance of social media, diversity in the disability community, transportation, entrepreneurship, importance of advocacy, and many more!Pour le premier épisode de Broadcastability, les animatrices Chloë et Andrea interviewent Taylor Lindsay-Noel, la fondatrice de « Cup of Té Luxury Loose Leaf Teas ». Cet épisode aborde des thèmes importants, comme l’importance des réseaux sociaux, la diversité dans les communautés des personnes handicapées, le transport, la vie d’un entrepreneur et l’importance du travail de plaidoyer. Connect with TaylorTwitter: @Taylorln Instagram: @Taylorln Tea Time with Tay Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/tea-time-with-tay/id1111882212Cup of Té Luxury Looseleaf Teas: https://cupofte.ca/Episode CreditsDirectors & Hosts: Chloë Atkins and Andrea WhiteleyEditing: Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonCover Art: Isabelle Avakumovic-PointonTranscript: Brenna LeslieMusic: Justin LaurieBoiling Kettle Sound Effect: squashy555. “Kettle Boiling.” Uploaded May 29th, 2014. Free Sound Archive. https://freesound.org/people/squashy555/sounds/239005/Pouring Tea Sound Effect: MrAuralization. “Pouring Tea.” Uploaded October 14th, 2015. Free Sound Archive. https://freesound.org/people/MrAuralization/sounds/324937/Stirring Tea Sound Effect: Anti-HeroAnnie. “Stirring in a Cup of Tea 1.” Uploaded November 7th, 2019. Free Sound Archive. https://freesound.org/people/Anti-HeroAnnie/sounds/492357/Thank you to Jessica Geboers, Casey Sabawi, Tim Mitra, Janine Raftopoulos, and Lisa Lightbourn-Lay for their kind assistance.Funding PartnersWe 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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