Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation launches exciting new podcast

Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation launches exciting new podcast
Posted on Mon 4 Jul 2022

Exciting news — our friends at Cerebral Palsy Alliance Research Foundation (CPARF) have launched a podcast and the first season highlights the current cohort of our disability tech accelerator, Remarkable!

‘Changing What’s Possible: The Disability Innovation Podcast’ will introduce listeners to cutting-edge science, technology, and innovation that provide real-life impacts for people with disabilities.

Season one will spotlight the companies and researchers around the world who are creating new products and improving the accessibility and affordability of technology to facilitate mobility, communication, and participation.

In each episode, you’ll hear from entrepreneurs and experts who are helping to bring life-changing products to the market, as well as people with disabilities who share their valuable insights from lived experience using these innovations in their everyday lives.

“This podcast will amplify important stories so that everyone can learn about these innovations. That’s why we’re pairing the entrepreneurs’ stories with the personal ones. Listeners will get to hear about how ideas for transformative technology turned into reality — and how that technology has changed someone’s reality for the better,” said Jocelyn Cohen, CPARF’s Vice President of Communications and Engagement.

The first two episodes of season one are now live — head here to tune in! 

New episodes will be released on the first Friday of every month — subscribe to be the first to hear.

If you like what you hear, leave ‘Changing What’s Possible’ a review on your preferred podcast platform, share your favourite episode with your friends, and help spread the word on social media!

I’m Marie. I wear many hats; as a student in my first year at Western Sydney University studying communications, and I work as a Disability Support Practitioner for Cerebral Palsy Alliance.

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