Monthly Archives: June 2019

Life After Paralysis podcast: Episode Current State of Spinal Cord Injury Research w/ Dr. Lyn Jakeman and Rob Wudlick

In Episode #1 of Life After Paralysis, Tiffiny is joined by Dr. Lyn Jakeman, a prominent SCI researcher and Director of the Division of Neuroscience in Extramural Programs at National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), and Rob Wudlick, a quadriplegic and SCI research advocate from Minnesota. They discuss the latest in research for paralysis, including epidural stimulation. Run-time is 31 minutes.

Life After Paralysis podcast: Episode Ableism

In Episode #2 of Life After Paralysis, Tiffiny holds a roundtable discussion on the topic of Ableism with three people with disabilities – Kelly Narowski, Froy de la Pena and Tim Abbott. A new term for the centuries-old issue of discrimination towards the disabled, Ableism is something every person with a disability experiences.

  • Listen here or in the player below. Run-time is 55 minutes.
  • Listen on iTunes here

Guest Profiles:

Kelly Narowski: A professional speaker, ADA compliance expert and disability advocate, Kelly is a paraplegic from a car accident in the late 1990’s. She is also a military wife and dog lover. Visit her site

– Froy d la Pena: A paraplegic originally from the Phillipines, Froy now lives in Montana.

Tim Abbott: A British man with cerebral palsy living in North Dakota, Tim has an interesting perspective. He also hosts his own podcast/radio called Technical Difficulties.