One of the perks of doing the Strokecast podcast is that I’ve been invited to appear on other shows and videos to share my story and contribute to greater stroke awareness.
WA Public News Service
The Public News Service interviewed me for a story about my stroke story to broadcast on terrestrial radio across the state for World Stroke Day. It’s a short piece, and you can read the article here.
King 5 Take 5 Appearance
Swedish Medical Minute
The Medical Minute is a partnership between King 5 and Swedish Medical Center highlighting the working relationship between care providers and patients at Swedish. I got to share the screen with the always awesome Olivia.
The American Heart Association invited me to join the folks at a local radio station to share my story for Stroke Awareness Month. My segment begins at the 14 minute mark.
Lyn Henderson is a New Zealand based podcaster who invited me on her show to talk about resilience. She’s had quite a collection of fascinating guests who’ve worked to overcome tremendous challenges.
Strokefocus Hand-in-Hand show
The Hand-in-Hand show is part of the Strokefocus network. They feature interviews with survivors and medical professions. I joined their show in May. You can find that episode here.
Swedish Testimonial Video
The team at Swedish asked me to share some thoughts on my experience there. It’s a neat little video with a cringe-worthy thumb-nail.
10-Minute Mindset is a daily podcast where Mario Poreca helps folks start their day right by focusing on their desired outcomes and intentions with a focus on gratitude.
On July 15, I joined Mario to talk about 2-Minute Talk Tips and the meaning behind “Don’t get best…get better.” You can listen to that episode here.
I also joined Mario the day before to talk about Strokecast and the power of yet. You can listen to that episode here.
If you’d like to hear more from Mario, you can check out his website here. Or you can check out the interview I did with Mario for 2-Minute Talk Tips here.
Win Charles is a podcaster, teacher, and journalism student living with MS. She recently invited me on her show to talk about my story, stroke symptoms, and living with disabilities.