Two Disabled Dudes Podcast
Posted by twodisableddudes on February 13, 2017

005 – Rare Disease Day Special Guests

In the rare disease community, strength is in unity and supporting one another.
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February 28th is globally recognized as Rare Disease Day. Since Friedreich’s ataxia (FA), the disease shared by us Dudes, is considered a rare disease, five episodes will come out in February, instead of one episode every other week, as normal.   In this episode we talk about what is meant by “rare diseases” and how rare they really are. (more…)
Posted by twodisableddudes on February 9, 2017

The Big Apple, its Firefighters, Subways and FA – By Alison Avery


Alison Avery at airport with service dogAvery sisters at NYC subway platformAlison Avery in scooter on Brooklyn Bridge

I moved to New York City in June last year and a lot of people were a little skeptical as to how I would make it here living with Friedreich’s Ataxia. I made it my personal goal to show myself and them that I could live here, and so far I’ve definitely exceeded that goal. I wanted to discover all of the different routes to travel around the city since I don’t have a car here (no one does!).

I’ve grown accustomed to hailing taxis, maneuvering onto buses and finding my way underground on the subway system. Traveling above ground is simple and easy, but sometimes longer because of traffic. Taking the subway makes me feel like a true “New Yorker” (even though I’m forever a Florida girl) so I tend to take the subway when I can.

The subway is tricky when you’re someone who tries to avoid stairs. Of over 500 subway stations, less than 100 have elevators. And that’s when those elevators are actually working.

On the hottest day of the summer, I took the subway to meet a friend for dinner in Chelsea. I checked to see if the elevators at those stations were working, but somehow read it wrong (I was still new to the city!). I took the train down to 14th street only to find that the elevator was not working…. Let me remind you, this is the hottest day EVER and I am stuck two floors underground.

I had always wondered what would happen if I got stuck, but didn’t necessarily want to find out. I guess that day was today. After pressing the call button on the elevator, I was almost immediately connected to someone that could help. It was difficult to hear him over the speaker due to the other trains going through the station, but he said help was on the way.

It felt like I waited for an hour, but it was probably only 20-30 minutes. All of a sudden, a lot of firefighters started walking down the stairs to my rescue!! Some helped me walk up the stairs while the others carried my scooter up. When I finally got to the street, I realized they drove in their fire truck to come get me out of the subway!! #VIP

It’s great to know that there is a system set up to help people who use assistive devices up the stairs when the elevator is broken. New York may not be the most accessible place, but the people here are so nice and helpful. If you plan on visiting the city and would like any more tips on travel, let me know!

Posted by twodisableddudes on January 30, 2017

004 – Travel Gone Wild – How to conquer anxiety during travel with a disability.

There is a lot of anxiety that comes along with travel, especially when also factoring a disability into the situation. There a few important things that help us battle that anxiety including a strong game plan informed by the experiences of others, and the emotional flexibility to roll with challenges and continue to move forward. In this episode, Kyle and Sean share insights from listener feedback and personal stories of their travels. (more…)

Posted by twodisableddudes on January 30, 2017

Business Travel With FA – By Christina

Friedreich’s Ataxia (FA) or not, traveling can be a stressful event between the planning and traveling. It can take a toll on person mentally and physically. Adding a debilitating disease on top of the stress does not make it easy! However, as Gandhi once said, “Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength”. I recently had the chance to travel for work where I decided to overcome my hardships of living with FA with the idea of traveling.
I still try to try live an independent life to the best of my ability. I still walk, with little assistance of a friendly arm or my recently invested rollator. I started working at the Hyatt at The Bellevue in Philadelphia, PA as the Reservations Coordinator this past July. Within months of me working there, I was presented an amazing opportunity to travel to Hyatt’s Corporate Reservation Center in Omaha, NE. This was my chance to travel on my own, connect and meet with other Revenue/Reservations Colleagues and receive systems training to advance my career. Even though I was a little apprehensive not only traveling on my first business trip, but traveling for the first time since my diagnosis of FA (it will be five years this upcoming April). I decide to put myself out there and not let FA define me.

When making flight arrangements prior to my trip, I requested handicap service for boarding on and off the plane and I am very glad I did! With the quick turnover of changing of flights with layovers, I knew it was not practical of walking from gate to gate in time. The wheelchair assistance came in handy (no pun intended!) and it made me feel invincible once again.

My business trip involved systems training all day with our nights free to network. My new Hyatt work family and I would find a spot for dinner and explore Omaha each night. The location that we were staying was in the old marketplace section of the city, which means cobblestones. Cobblestone streets and sidewalks can be an FA’ers’ worst nightmare! However, my team of colleagues was very accepting and welcoming with open arms, literally and figuratively by helping me walk. I couldn’t have asked for a more supportive group of individuals to be traveling with!

Always remember the word “ABLE” is in disabled. Just because you have a fear of doing something you aren’t able to anymore, don’t let it hold you back. I know that I may not be able to accomplish things as effective as everyone else, but I can still do the same things at my own pace and way and still get to the same end result. It is also important to remember to never be afraid to ask for help. There is nothing more critical than your own safety and well-being, it is okay to put your needs first. I had such a positive experience on my first business trip and I can’t wait to do it again!

About Christina:

Christina Logan is currently 26 years old and lives in Philadelphia, PA. Christina works full-time at the Hyatt at The Bellevue, while receiving her MBA at the Johnson & University Online MBA Program. Christina is living a full and independent life in Philadelphia! She is surrounded by constant love and support from her family, friends and her recent fiancé, Justin! She doesn’t know where she would be without everyone and is very grateful for them!

Posted by twodisableddudes on January 16, 2017

003 – Travel and Mobility

Travel is freedom.  On the surface disability seems to limit that freedom.  But it’s not limited, just different. However you need the right mindset to overcome obstacles.  Join us as we share a conversation about what informs our approach to travel.


  • Great listen for anyone dealing with a disability
    April 10, 2023 by jpars45 from United States

    I was able to meet Sean in Vegas at the annual ataxia conference this month for the National Ataxia Foundation. Let me just say that he is super nice. I love Kyle and Sean’s banter. The guests they they have on are relevant and knowledgeable I’ll learn a lot from this podcast!

  • So glad I found this
    February 18, 2022 by C Plummer from United States

    My grandson was recently diagnosed with FA. In my search for any and all information, I stumbled on this podcast. I have binge listened to years of episodes in the last few weeks, so Kyle and Sean now feel like family. I am so thankful to have found this podcast. It has been a tremendous source of information and hope.

  • Recommended!
    June 8, 2021 by Courtney1234123 from Canada

    Down to earth, inspiring, educational , love the different conversations and perspectives!

  • Rock Stars
    February 17, 2021 by ok.colleen from United States

    Kyle and Sean are rock stars in my book. I love listening to their conversations and it seems I always learn something profound to take away. A good listen! Thanks! Colleen

  • Fun and Easy Listening
    December 12, 2020 by April1984 from Australia

    As a person with a rare disease I can relate to so much of what the hosts share each podcast with humour and honesty. I love how each time it’s interesting listening and I always feel motivated to keep going each day. Thanks!

  • Listen to these Dudes!
    October 8, 2020 by tomba b from United States

    Entertaining, smart, funny , provocative and personal. Keep cranking all the way to a cure!

  • Love this podcast!!!
    October 6, 2020 by chelle0087 from United States

    Love this podcast!!!

  • Kyle and Sean are amazing!
    October 6, 2020 by Dietbetfan from United States

    You won’t find a more inspiring couple dudes! They are so kind, fun, smart, and are genuinely fighting for their lives... which is such a huge reminder for all of us to cherish every moment. Thank you for your continued HOPE and we love you guys!

  • Fun, informative, inspirational!
    October 6, 2020 by glasshalffull! from United States

    Kyle and Sean have it all. Their Two Disabled Dudes podcast carries you away in an entertaining yet informative conversation about ataxia, rare disease, perseverance and more! Be inspired, have a laugh, get to know two really great guys!

  • Fantastic Podcast
    October 5, 2020 by App review 3962 from United States

    Sean and Kyle do a superb job of talking about all sorts of issues they face living with a disability. They also have a lot of interesting guests on the show which make every week worth a listen. Would highly recommend this podcast for anyone with a disability or just facing tough times!

  • A top favorite podcast
    October 5, 2020 by Blondiekkd from United States

    As a fellow rare disease patient advocate I can never thank Kyle & Sean enough for their entertaining advocacy. I’ve learned so much from listening to the Two Disabled Dudes Podcast. As a mother to a 9yo in a wheelchair, I’m grateful for this knowledge and how they’ve opened my eyes to challenges before us that we can crush. Carry on Kyle & Sean. I look forward to listening to forthcoming episodes. Gratitude.

  • Something to smile about
    October 5, 2020 by Justin31Dobr from United States

    If you are looking for a podcast to brighten your day, and to show you how to let difficulties in life roll off of your back, this is the podcast for you. These two young men have taken lemons, and turned them into a Cadillac margarita. They have learned through trial and error how to navigate a world with major hurdles. Their humility, and vulnerability is inspirational. And they’re funny too. I can’t recommend this podcast enough.

  • Inspiring
    October 5, 2020 by Spanisheyes45 from United States

    Kyle and Sean are so inspiring with how they deal with having FA. They have done so much for the community and do all they can to spread information on this rare disease and what it’s like to live with it dat to day. The podcast is just another great thing they are doing that is also great to listen to whether you have FA or not.

  • Educational, Funny and great conversations
    October 5, 2020 by JAYS-R from Canada

    Worth listening, you won’t he disappointed and you might even learn a thing or two

  • My favorite podcast
    October 5, 2020 by DebbieDoesDC from United States

    This is a great podcast. Entertaining, hilarious... but also deeply meaningful and uplifting. I love these guys.

  • Easy listen!
    October 5, 2020 by Joeytyler2017 from United States

    Great Podcast!!

  • Such an encouragement!
    October 5, 2020 by BradGriffith from United States

    Love this podcast between 2 of our FA heroes! Funny and encouraging. Thanks for sharing your stories, guys, and introducing us to amazing people and helpful resources.

  • Thank you for being FA Warriors
    October 5, 2020 by Micaldunc from United States

    A family member has FA. It’s good to hear what two people are doing with their diagnosis-and sitting still is not it! Thank you Kyle and Shawn. Thank you for your perspective and work in driving research for a cure.

  • So encouraging
    December 3, 2019 by Fred Smother from United States

    My son was diagnosed with FA last year. We’ll often put on the podcast and just listen around the house on the wknd or in the evenings. Every time we listen to an episode it is a huge encouragement to keep pressing ahead.

  • Terrific podcast, not to be missed
    October 17, 2019 by bikers unite 12345 from United States

    Helped me to connect to a pal with a disability, a reminder that we ALL have obstacles to overcome, very motivational, thanks for the frank discussions, love this podcast, Sean and Kyle are hilarious and shine a positive light on tough subjects

  • Good source of information for folks with ataxia!
    October 8, 2019 by Wme1221 from United States

    Enjoy the podcast--

  • Impactful and funny!
    October 7, 2019 by ptomkz from United States

    I highly recommend this podcast. Kyle and Sean are an incredible duo. They dive into all sorts of topics with some pretty cool guests. Funny, emotional, educational. Definitely worth your time.

  • Two Great Dudes
    October 3, 2019 by chdude from United States

    Kyle and Sean are so authentic and positive. I've met Kyle while riding my trike in Winters, California. Hopefully I will meet Sean soon. They both remind me to get out of my comfort zone.

  • My Dudes
    October 2, 2019 by Mary Nadon Scott from United States

    I love you both so much! Thank you for making me laugh, motivating me, and simply making my life better. I could never fully express my gratitude for you both, and this podcast, but I feel absolutely blessed to call you dear friends and FAmily. Thank you for inspiring me to push beyond my comfort zone. That’s truly where the magic happens. Thank you for bringing the magic into my life. PS. Sorry Sean, but the East Coast is the best coast.

  • of the Best
    September 25, 2019 by KevinFreiert from United States

    This is my favorite podcast. Kyle and Sean bring humor, insights, and honesty to the discussion about living with challenges. Each episode helps me understand more about the resilience and strength of people.

  • This podcast rocks
    September 24, 2019 by German sheherd mo from United States

    The Two Disabled Dudes podcast has helped me to rethink my life entirely. I went from “my life is one long road to falling apart” to my situation is a challenge I can embrace. I will be a die-hard fan for life.

  • Episode 83
    September 4, 2019 by yoursalf from United States

    Great discussion. Get out of your comfort zone. Your community, friends and family are your safety net when you reach your limit.

  • Love this podcast! Check it out!
    June 4, 2019 by Cindy Kolbe from United States

    Kyle and Sean are interesting people, as well as the perfect hosts. With this podcast, you can expect amazing guests and meaningful conversations!

  • I love it!!
    January 31, 2019 by snheim from United States

    Just binged listened to the whole thing!

  • Two Inspiring dudes!
    January 27, 2019 by beckysbuys from United States

    Listening to Kyle and Sean whether on their podcast or in person is always inspirational. These men have shown us how to do more with less, in other words they’ve done more than these two non disabled bodies! In their goal reviling episode Sean reminded us how to be “measurable” and accountable! Thanks for your words and encouragement!

  • Five star podcast
    December 23, 2018 by lacativo52 from United States

    I love this podcast! It is funny, interesting, informative and timely. Kyle and Sean put the right amount of silliness and fun into each episode. The wide range of guests keeps the conversation interesting. Give this podcast your ear.

  • 2 disabled dudes podcasts
    December 5, 2018 by sherellef from Australia

    Whatever challenges are faced in life, Kyle and Sean discuss them with honesty, humility and humour. Two truly remarkable dudes!

  • These Dudes Make My Day!
    November 21, 2018 by jo-jo-mo from United States

    Their positive outlook and approach to their obstacles gives me the strength and encouragement to tackle my own obstacles in life. Thank you, guys!

  • Awesome Podcast
    October 10, 2018 by StormedTheDesert from United States

    This podcast gives a great perspective on FA! It’s great!

  • Relatable and hilarious
    October 6, 2018 by Sammysue896453 from Australia

    Having FA too, I can relate so much to all these stories which makes me not feel so alone. At the same time it makes me laugh.

  • Humor & Grace
    October 6, 2018 by Eggerator from United States

    Kyle & Sean interview some amazing people. Each time they are well prepared and are thinking on their feet with insightful questions. What makes each podcast truly great is their friendship & banter with each other. They openly share their stories and perspectives with humor and grace . They offer optimism and aren’t afraid to poke fun at themselves. Each podcast feels like it’s 5 minutes, but each 45 minutes or so provides insight and inspiration.

  • Love this podcast!
    October 6, 2018 by kaceymarie3 from United States

    Very informative, encouraging, and inspiring! Kyle and Sean do an excellent job and this podcast is really enjoyable to listen to. I highly recommend it!

  • Real people, real lives, real relatable
    October 5, 2018 by khuck14 from United States

    As a parent of a disabled child, I find the podcast both informative and uplifting. Kyle and Sean remind me in every episode that a disability diagnosis doesn’t mean the end of the world. They are living such awesome and meaningful lives and, let’s be honest, probably having way more fun than the rest of us. They crack me up! They are so much fun to listen to and the variety of guests is great. Even if you are not disabled or connected to the disabled community in any way, you will relate to the perspectives they reveal while sharing about the unique challenges they and others with disabilities face. We’re all overcoming something and these guys do it with grace and a wicked sense of humor.

  • You dudes rock!
    October 5, 2018 by Liz Gehr from United States

    Keep up the great work! It’s a pleasure to spend time with you, virtually & otherwise.

  • Fantastic
    October 5, 2018 by MattthewF from United States

    A podcast with just Kyle and Sean would be reason enough to subscribe, but the guests they bring in are awesome. Great, inspiring and very funny podcast regardless of your situation. Kids also get a lot out of it.

  • FAntastic podcast!
    October 5, 2018 by Team desTroy from Australia

    Serious conversations from people looking for a cure for FA hosted by two of the most inspiring guys, Kyle & Sean with some cracker stories that will be sure to make you laugh! Totally recommend this podcast!

  • Inspiring
    September 14, 2018 by darrensmyth from Australia

    These gents make me laugh and cry with their honest conversations. Truely inspirational, motivating and confronting in a good way... keep up the great work and look after yourselves

  • Thank You, Dudes!
    September 13, 2018 by Erika at Miracle Flights from United States

    Thank you, Sean and Kyle, for inviting Levi Krystosek and Mark Brown from Miracle Flights to be on the show (episode 049). It was so much fun---a fantastic experience for them and a tremendous honor and privilege for our entire organization to be a part of the incredible work you do!

  • Worth every minute
    May 23, 2018 by rolfhill from United States

    Two of my three girls have FA and this is what led me to this podcast. Sean and Kyle have a fun way of discussing many aspects of living with FA or other disabilities. I look forward to every episode and am So thankful that they are raising awareness. Keep up the great work Sean, Kyle, Jake and all those involved!

  • Two Funny Dudes
    March 17, 2018 by T | A | H from United States

    Kyle and Sean are authentic and unique guys who inspiring and hysterical...! They sound a little drunk, but they’re not - in fact the insights and stories provide a lucid and entertaining look into the world of living with Friedreichs Ataxia. These guys raced their bikes across the United States in 9 days...check out their doc The Ataxian...subscribe and have a few laughs while gaining understanding of the power of humanity.

  • Informative and inspiring
    March 13, 2018 by ojasvi chaudhary from United States

    I have had the good fortune to meet Kyle when he visited RaNA therapeutics in 2014 summer. He inspired me than and now his podcast continues to do it. At the same time it is fun listening to their experiences in day to day life.

  • Inspiring discussion on many levels
    February 6, 2018 by Deliberate Living from United States

    Listening to this podcast I am constantly reminded not to take ANYTHING for granted. These guys are hilarious and genuine. They let it all hang out. Good, bad, and ugly. It’s all life, and it all matters. Great podcast. Would love to hear and see more from these guys.

  • Always An Inspiring Message
    November 26, 2017 by TtotheBone123 from United States

    These guys are great! The podcast is so much more than simply a show about disability. Their humorous and enlightening outlook on life, and living with urgency, is sure to resonate with many people. Their discussions speak to our common humanity and the implications of the decisions we make. Their messages are always thought-provoking and inspiring.

  • Amazing
    October 7, 2017 by sarahbrownemusic from United States

    Kyle Bryant & Sean Bamstark are two wonderful human beings. Thank you for doing what you do <3

  • Ms.
    October 6, 2017 by Marcy Freed from United States

    I enjoy the voice Sean and Kyle give to disability. They are athletes, two regular dudes and two exceptional men. The Podcast os work listening to and sharing.

  • Authentic dudes
    October 6, 2017 by ToddyP from United States

    The Two Diabled Dudes' conversational dialog is sincere and that's what makes this show special. Two amazing guys living with a rare disease but overcoming with analysis and humor. The subjects are diverse and their is literaly something for everyone… inspiration, knowledge, laughs and friendship. Thoughtful and practical, give Two Diabled Dudes and you'll be a fan too.

  • Helpful and encouraging
    October 6, 2017 by DGraczyk from United States

    Great guests and relevant conversation whether you have a disability, care for someone with a disability, work on health care, or just need a little encouragement. Kyle and Sean are an excellent balance between serious and humorous and so easy to listen to.

  • Two Disabled Dudes
    October 5, 2017 by Dlittell from United States

    The podcasts are informative for the FA community and all disabled people. Kyle and Sean are entertaining and fun to listen to. The topics are relevant and important. The guests are phenomenal. I encourage everyone with a disability or cares for someone with a disability to listen.

  • Two Positive, Awesome Dudes!
    October 5, 2017 by CPConstantlyVaried from United States

    If you ever need some perspective on life and a good laugh, listen to these guys. Other people in their situation could be pessimistic and cynical (with good reason!) but these two are the most positive and witty podcasters out there. Super impressed with them, keep it up!

  • Two Awsome Dudes
    October 5, 2017 by BarryByrne from United States

    The podcast always has a lesson for us all. Keep up the great work guys. You inspire the whole FA community to be kind, thoughtful and keep hope alive (not to mention hilariously funny and fun).

  • Inspiring Motivating and Entertaining
    October 5, 2017 by QFinnie from United States

    I love listening to these guys and the great guests that they have on their show. It is always educational, inspiring and motivating. Kyle and Sean's outlook, humor and grace that they maneuver rare disease with is amazing and an awesome way to spread awareness and learn about the different aspects of living with FA. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us!

  • Listen you won't be disappointed
    October 3, 2017 by jtw62 from United States

    They are funny, interesting, fun, and informative.

  • Thanks to Kyle and Sean
    September 29, 2017 by courtney_mccormick from United States

    Thank you for your openness, for your advocacy, and for the gift of this podcast.

  • My New Fave
    September 10, 2017 by katstevens8 from United States

    As a rare disease advocate I appreciate finding joy in the journey! Kyle and Sean nail it in these awesome podcasts. Bringing humor and humility in each story. Bravo!!!

  • Crazy taxis, evil cats
    August 31, 2017 by Facebook fan x 200 from United States

    Abbott and Costello, Farley and Spade, Christmas and Dunne, and now... Bryant and Baumstark. I'm still trying to figure out who's the straight man. Whether it's a crazy taxi driver or feral in their kitchen, these two dudes make learning about the disabled community fun. They navigate some pretty serious subjects while breaking it up with stories and their quirky sense of humor. The large variety of guests keeps me coming back for more. Looking forward to the next one!

  • Should be called Two Awesome Dudes
    June 20, 2017 by sackingsjessa from United States

    Really great insight to living with a disability and how to push beyond. Fun and effortless conversation. Funny and charasmatic dudes. A postive and encouraging podcast for all. Keep up the great work!

  • Amazing podcast
    May 6, 2017 by Sput-nick-nick from Australia

    Really loving this podcast. Great to hear Sean and Kyle talking about how life is more about how you react than what happens to you and really facing up to their disease. Amazing to hear their stories and really feel like you are part of their conversation and journey.

  • Wonderful podcast
    April 1, 2017 by Megfiona from United States

    Kyle and Sean have such an effortless way about their conversations. They are funny, informative, inspirational, and genuine. I very much enjoy listening to and supporting this podcast. And I'll keep trying to contact people at Uber or Lyft to sponsor you. 🙂 Thanks for doing such great work!

  • Inspirational, optimistic
    March 29, 2017 by Teroid from Australia

    This podcast is great. Two things stand out for me so far: 1. Sean and Kyle talking about dealing with diagnosis very openly and honestly and concluding that by being involved in raising awareness of FA "I take control of my FA. It no longer controls me." 2. Your life is defined 10% by things that happen outside your control and 90% by how you respond. I look forward to hearing more pearls of wisdom!

  • Inspiration
    March 9, 2017 by JMStaub from United States

    Love these guys; they're a must listen for anyone living with a disabling condition, and an example for all.

  • Such a positive perspective!
    February 1, 2017 by Monica-colorado from United States

    I love these guys and I am so happy to have found their podcast. I love their attitude about traveling despite mobility challenges. My husband has MS, and while I think we have a can-do attitude, we have a lot to learn from Kyle and Sean.

  • It is life!
    January 29, 2017 by MiniMe_Sar from United States

    This has truly helped me and my husband with his diagnosis. He wanted to ignore it for a very long time and hearing how you both handled your news was so great! Knowing people with disabilities (and in our case, THIS one) and hearing they lead normal lives is so refreshing instead of all they are told they CAN'T do! Love how it covers things that happen everyday and how different people cope.

  • Makes us feel understood
    January 26, 2017 by Chollingsworth62 from United States

    Really enjoying this podcast from Kyle and Sean. They inspire all people. Everyone can take away a lesson in life from them.

  • The Unspoken Truth
    January 23, 2017 by Avery Zaritsky from United States

    I listened to this in the car this morning while driving my kids to school. By the time we got there, we were all laughing and they said "pause it, play the rest at pick up! We want to hear it!" Its so nice to know I'm not fighting the disabled battle alone and it gave me and my family back some tolerance! Very inspiring, keep up the conversation!!!

  • Smart, funny, caring, informative
    January 22, 2017 by hbredfeather from United States

    I love this podcast! I really appreciate the honest, open sharing that is peppered with laughter & good information about navigating the world for those with (and without) disabilities. The Welcome episode really sets the stage for what Kyle & Sean are facing with FA and it also reveals a friendship that is fun to listen in on. I've listened to the next 3 episodes so far & enjoyed them all - it's helping me with how I view myself and others in the world. We all face challenges and struggles. The hosts encourage us all to live better in each moment, yet apply compassion when we each may stumble. This podcast is a bright spot and motivation to "live with urgency" as a Kyle & Sean do. Thanks dudes!

  • Real people
    January 19, 2017 by Famlw from United States

    As an able-bodied individual, I find this podcast so helpful and genuinely interesting. Kyle and Sean's stories of their real life experiences have helped me see their challenges from a different perspective.

  • Thumbs up - A1
    January 17, 2017 by BarryRice80 from Ireland

    Loving this podcast. Relaxed, frank and often funny conversation about the challenges and nuances of living life with a disability. Have listened to 4 episodes and it's now my favourite podcast. Keep up the good work lads. BR

  • 00, 01, 02, 03
    January 17, 2017 by Spinner's Dad from United States

    All 4 sessions are great!

  • Brilliantly uplifting
    January 8, 2017 by Adam Griffies from United Kingdom

    As someone with FA myself, listening to this has been amazing. Such a great insight into life with Friedreich's Ataxia, or maybe any other disability. Would definitely recommend listening.

  • Add this to your playlist!
    January 2, 2017 by Howard Hess from United States

    Meet Kyle and Sean, two dudes who suffer from Friedreich's Ataxia (FA). Unfamiliar with FA? Doesn't matter. Give 'em a listen. You won't find two more genuine and likeable guys out there. Amongst their friendly banter and casual conversation, you'll find insight, inspiration, and encouragement... all this and more from a couple of guys who don't let their disability define what they can and cannot do.

  • Your new favorite podcast. For real.
    December 13, 2016 by EMagone from United States

    If you don't already know Kyle, level yourself up and do some research. One of the most amazing humans I've been fortunate to encounter. This is just the latest layer of his epic legacy in the world. <3

  • Awesome perspective on disability.
    December 13, 2016 by Matt Lafleur from United States

    Gives some much-needed brevity to the lives of people with disabilities. Doesn't try to be showboating or sugary inspirational. Just genuine. 2 dudes talking over Skype about their lives, which tends to be affected by a rare disorder they share, Friedreich's ataxia. Poignant. Can't wait for more episodes.

  • So relatable
    March 6, 2024 by Sharon R1tr from United States

    I have cerebellar ataxia and what I love most about this podcast is hearing two people who speak like I do talking about topics that I 100 percent identify with. It’s hard to find that when you have a rare disease. Great job, guys!