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Faith Vidrine, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences Down syndrome. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Faith and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when it comes up -- disability. The podcast is called "Everybody In" because they are so interested in... EVERYBODY. The format of each episode alternates depending on who leads the interview. Faith interviews guests who identify as neurotypical, meaning that they don't have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability. Faith asks her guest the same two questions each time: The guest also gets to surprise Faith with two questions of their own, and together they go back-and-forth, getting to know each other better. For her episodes, Andrea interviews guests with disabilities. Her guests might experience Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, fragile X, or other developmental or genetic differences. Andrea asks them an avalanche of questions, mostly centering on friendship, disability, housing, transportation, love and romance, and their special gifts. At the end of the interview, the guest has an opportunity to ask Andrea or Faith any questions in return. In all episodes, Faith and Andrea work together to bridge any gaps, ask follow-up questions, and keep the party rolling! Transcriptions available. Email podcast@thewayfaringband.com. “Everybody In" is conceived and produced by The Wayfaring Band, a Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit. The Wayfaring Band is not a rock-and-roll band, but a band of travelers. They create opportunities for people to increase their leadership and life skills through travel, serving adults with and without disabilities. Sound engineering: Carin Huebner Original music: The Dosage Associate Producer: Jake Freed

Faith Vidrine, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences Down syndrome. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Faith and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when it comes up -- disability. The podcast is called "Everybody In" because they are so interested in... EVERYBODY. The format of each episode alternates depending on who leads the interview. Faith interviews guests who identify as neurotypical, meaning that they don't have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability. Faith asks her guest the same two questions each time: The guest also gets to surprise Faith with two questions of their own, and together they go back-and-forth, getting to know each other better. For her episodes, Andrea interviews guests with disabilities. Her guests might experience Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, fragile X, or other developmental or genetic differences. Andrea asks them an avalanche of questions, mostly centering on friendship, disability, housing, transportation, love and romance, and their special gifts. At the end of the interview, the guest has an opportunity to ask Andrea or Faith any questions in return. In all episodes, Faith and Andrea work together to bridge any gaps, ask follow-up questions, and keep the party rolling! Transcriptions available. Email podcast@thewayfaringband.com. “Everybody In" is conceived and produced by The Wayfaring Band, a Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit. The Wayfaring Band is not a rock-and-roll band, but a band of travelers. They create opportunities for people to increase their leadership and life skills through travel, serving adults with and without disabilities. Sound engineering: Carin Huebner Original music: The Dosage Associate Producer: Jake Freed
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Faith Vidrine, the co-host of "Everybody In," experiences Down syndrome. But this podcast isn't really about that, exactly. This podcast is about conversations and connections. It's about how we are the same, and how we're different. For each episode, Faith and her co-host Andrea Moore interview a different guest. Some of their guests experience intellectual and developmental disabilities, also known as I/DD, and some don't. They talk about friendship, family, adulthood, and -- when it comes up -- disability. The podcast is called "Everybody In" because they are so interested in... EVERYBODY. The format of each episode alternates depending on who leads the interview. Faith interviews guests who identify as neurotypical, meaning that they don't have a diagnosed intellectual or developmental disability. Faith asks her guest the same two questions each time: The guest also gets to surprise Faith with two questions of their own, and together they go back-and-forth, getting to know each other better. For her episodes, Andrea interviews guests with disabilities. Her guests might experience Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, fragile X, or other developmental or genetic differences. Andrea asks them an avalanche of questions, mostly centering on friendship, disability, housing, transportation, love and romance, and their special gifts. At the end of the interview, the guest has an opportunity to ask Andrea or Faith any questions in return. In all episodes, Faith and Andrea work together to bridge any gaps, ask follow-up questions, and keep the party rolling! Transcriptions available. Email podcast@thewayfaringband.com. “Everybody In" is conceived and produced by The Wayfaring Band, a Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit. The Wayfaring Band is not a rock-and-roll band, but a band of travelers. They create opportunities for people to increase their leadership and life skills through travel, serving adults with and without disabilities. Sound engineering: Carin Huebner Original music: The Dosage Associate Producer: Jake Freed

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Episodes

Ep. 14: Faith and Andrea Interview Faith's Sisters!

4/3/2019
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In the final episode of the season, Faith and Andrea interview Faith’s sisters, Marina and Maggie, about the complexity of balancing their role as sisters with their responsibility as caregivers. Recorded on March 31, 2019 Contact us: podcast@thewayfaringband.com Learn about employing people with disabilities: The Possibility Pool - https://thepossibilitypool.com/

Duration:01:17:54

Ep. 13: Faith Interviews Danny Beck!

3/27/2019
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At last, Faith interviews her own best friend from childhood, Danny Beck! They reminisce about favorite high school memories, identify shared values as the foundation for any good friendship, and credit school unified programs for fostering neurodiverse friendships like theirs. Recorded December 26, 2018

Duration:00:43:25

Ep. 12: Andrea Interviews Ryan Wilson!

3/20/2019
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Ryan Wilson prefers the phrase "different ability" to describe his experience of living with fragile X. Ryan shares workplace success strategies, the challenges of attending college far from home, and what it takes to earn his vote. Recorded February 20, 2019

Duration:01:02:22

Ep. 11: Faith Interviews Andre Carbonell!

3/13/2019
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Poet and performer Andre Carbonell needs an accountability partner... and a cat washer. He can’t decide if he identifies with Harry Potter or Dumbledore more: either way, his scars are his strength. Recorded October 31, 2018 https://soundcloud.com/hakeemfurious Book, Dinner with the Ego and I http://slamnuba.com/

Duration:00:54:55

Ep. 10: Andrea Interviews Sean Hodson!

3/6/2019
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Sean is sweet like a butterfly, hardcore like a tiger, and unlike anyone else we know. He shares strategies for staying cool under pressure, ambivalence about the disability label, and his desire to find a soulmate with gorgeous-colored hair. Recorded October 3, 2018

Duration:00:41:34

Ep. 9: Faith Interviews Amanda Andrews!

2/27/2019
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Newly graduated journalist Amanda Andrews may be a relatively young adult, but she's more than ready to meet her future self. Amanda, Faith, and Andrea muse about media, movies, support systems, and some good (and bad) ideas for band names. Recorded October 24, 2018

Duration:00:52:06

Ep. 8: Andrea Interviews Bethany Potter!

2/20/2019
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For Bethany, one aspect of Down syndrome is understanding her "quirks," like how she expresses herself using song titles. But mostly, she doesn't feel any more different than she would if she had different shoes or a different hair dresser. "I'm just like everybody else." Recorded September 12, 2018

Duration:00:49:34

Ep. 7: Faith Interviews Ozzie Cabral!

2/13/2019
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Addiction & Mental Health professional Ozzie Cabral knows that no matter our struggles, no one is a ghost. We all have a right to exist. By bonding with our animal relatives and harnessing the healing power of wolf medicine, Ozzie helps people find a sense of peace and connection. Recorded September 19, 2018 Song of the Wolf Healing Center Facebook page

Duration:00:55:37

Ep. 6: Andrea Interviews Mackenzie Beauvais-Nikl!

2/6/2019
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Athlete, student, and Wayfaring board member Mackenzie has autism, and she says it can be hard for her to start conversations. Fortunately, her best friend and service dog Mickey helps bring her "back down to earth" so she can connect with people. With honesty and dry humor, Mackenzie muses about tackling college-level classes, how employers can support workers with disabilities, and how showing up in "sloth mode" allows her to connect with kids. Recorded September 19, 2018

Duration:00:59:07

Ep. 5: Faith Interviews Jordan Knecht!

1/30/2019
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Some people may think that artist, publisher, and musician Jordan Knecht is a little "weird," but at this point in his life and career, he doesn't mind feeling different. With tender honesty, Faith and Jordan connect about feeling left out, being their own best friend, and finding a way to be okay with the fact that life isn't always fair. Recorded August 29, 2018

Duration:00:53:31

Ep. 4: Andrea Interviews Abigail Frailey!

1/19/2019
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Some people used to say she talked funny, so for the longest time Abigail shut down and barely spoke. “Now I’m all like, screw it! This is what you get. This is ME.” With refreshing candor, Abigail shares her opinions on going at her own pace with cerebral palsy, feeling safe (or not) on the city bus, and the ongoing journey of finding her voice. Recorded August 15, 2018

Duration:01:00:49

Ep. 3: Faith Interviews Jo-Roxy Vaegan-Lloyd!

1/19/2019
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High school’s a bitch if you’re a curly-haired goth in sunny Australia. Fortunately, Faith has fonder memories than saucy Australian and board member for The Wayfaring Band, Jo-Roxy. This irreverent and rollicking episode unites three badass bitches in their shared membership of the Dead Dads Club. Together they ponder an important question — are dogs better than husbands? Recorded August 15, 2018

Duration:00:52:23

Ep. 2: Andrea Interviews Jonathan Dorwart!

1/19/2019
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‪If he could be an animal other than a human, Jonathan would be a “friendly angel dog in heaven.” The conversation swings from silly to serious, touching on sustaining romance through the years, why Down syndrome is “great!,” and the bitterness of losing a friend too soon. Recorded August 29, 2018

Duration:00:54:17

Ep. 1: Faith Interviews Jen GaNun!

1/19/2019
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Motherhood, being a woman in music, client/provider power dynamics, and shared awe for a Viking queen are all up for discussion in our inaugural interview featuring local Denver musician and staff member for The Wayfaring Band, Jen GaNun. Recorded August 8, 2018

Duration:01:04:33