Adventures in Accessibility

Americans living with disabilities are often faced with obstacles when it comes to accessibility. These obstacles can lead to adventures and misadventures alike. Twice per month, an esteemed guest will share their story with the Rocky Mountain ADA Center. Whether you want to learn about how to make life more accessible for you or a loved one, this podcast is for you.

New episodes come out Wednesdays at 7 AM ET. Transcripts are always available in the show notes.

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Ep. 55 - Tom Wheaton

Tom Wheaton grew up in the suburbs of Minneapolis. He decided to enlist in the U.S. Navy for many reasons, the most notable being that his grandfathers and dad served during World War II and the Vietnam War, respectively.

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Ep. 54 - Shelby and Nathen Maxwell

VOLORES’ debut album, AGES, explores universal themes of life, love, and death through dark indie rock, stylish post-punk motifs, and disarmingly frank lyricism.

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Ep. 53 - Chris Murphy

Today’s guest is our very own Chris Murphy. Chris grew up having a disability but not understanding that it was a disability.

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Ep. 52 - Charles Webb

Today’s guest is Charles Webb, founder of the Stoke for Life Foundation. The main goal of the Stoke for Life Foundation is to bring awareness to the rehabilitative benefits of adaptive water sports through clinics and education. 

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Ep. 51 - Hoskie Benally and Joseph Ray

Hoskie Benally Jr., is a Member of the Navajo Nation and is Legally Blind.

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Ep. 50 - Mark Jones

As the only hearing child born to Deaf parents (a CODA), Mark Jones was signing before he was speaking.

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Ep. 49 - Julie Dussliere

Julie (O’Neill) Dussliere currently serves as the Chief of Paralympics & Internally Managed Sports for the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee.

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Ep. 48 - Jeff, Johnny, and Becki Agar

JOHNNY AGAR, 29 years old from Rockford, MI, gained international attention when he walked a mile in his church’s annual 5k.

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Ep. 47 - Lionel Wolberger

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Ep. 46 - Ali Thompson

Ali Thompson is a national speaker presenting continuing education training on numerous specialized investigation techniques and First Responder Interactions with People with Disabilities.

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Ep. 45 - Judge Anita Schutte and Judge Sueanna Johnson

Judge Anita Schutte was appointed to the Denver District Court in June of 2022 and currently presides over a domestic relations docket.

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Ep. 44 - Nate and Holly Simon

Nate Simon is a 20-year-old young entrepreneur, and Holly is his mom. Nate is a gold medalist for the Special Olympics, a model, and has a role in an up-and-coming movie.