Gene and Dave love keeping busy and staying active. But once the weather turns cool, what’s a wheelchair rider to do? Follow Gene and Dave as they track down the many indoor recreational sports, including bowling, hockey, soccer, and basketball, for people who use wheelchairs. They even made up a game of their own.
Past episodes, bloopers and other takes from The Gene and Dave Show.
Friday, January 28th, 2011
Thursday, January 27th, 2011
Gene and Dave were disappointed because of few indoor sports for folks who use electric wheelchairs so they created their own sport. It’s called Balloon Blowing…
Monday, January 24th, 2011
This clip was written to illustrate the high cost of medical equipment, specifically, wheelchairs. The skit, however, was overly complicated and took too long to make the point. Consequently, it was never captioned or aired. Rather than throw it away, we offer it for your review. We only had one podium. We had to create […]
Saturday, September 18th, 2010
“Mom! I’m bored… There’s NEVER anything to do!!!” Gene and Dave set out to find many ways to have fun outdoors. In this episode they explore outdoor recreational activities around the world for people with disabilities. Follow them as they Kayak on Lady Bird Lake, travel to Africa for some breath taking bridge jumping, and many more adventures in between. Watch now for the many possibilities of Outdoor Recreation.
Friday, June 25th, 2010
Gene and Dave are very hard at work on the next episode. Especially since the focus of the next episode is recreation, they are really “working” hard. In fact, Dave never knows…
Saturday, June 12th, 2010
In this episode Gene and Dave attempt to answer all those tough law questions people with disabilities face everyday. “Can I sue that restaurant because they have a step? While I’m at it, can I sue the city and state too?” “How much money can I make and still qualify for the Medicaid Waiver program?” Come with us on a quest to stump an advocate, a city official, and a couple attorneys. And along the way maybe you too will get your question answered.
Saturday, January 9th, 2010
Gene and Dave venture out to get healthy at Milk and Honey. With interviews from physical therapist, Michele Harris, Austin’s Wheelchair Fitness Center, Larry Turner, and Kitchen Korner with Mikail Davenport. This episode also features a classic Actual Lives Austin skit where Dave’s wife, Terri, convinces him to be Richard Simmons.
Tuesday, September 1st, 2009
Assistive Technology focuses on the gadgets and services that improve the lives of people living with disabilities. In this episode Gene and Dave have conversations with Jamie Judd-Wall about augmentative communication devices, Britt Sitz on durable medical equipment, and Chris Hyatt talks about service dogs.
Tuesday, August 18th, 2009
After half a day of filming the introductions for the Assistive Technology episode, Dave has his camera rolling as Gene discovers the tape in his camera was at the end. The entire day of filming was lost, but Dave feels it was worth it to catch Gene admitting that he is a “Dumb Ass!”
Wednesday, July 1st, 2009
Accessible Information Technology takes a close look at accessibility from the web to multimedia. In this episode Gene and Dave interview Sharron Rush, Desiree Sturdevant, and Kate May.
Wednesday, June 24th, 2009
Gene does most of the video editing for the show. This clip was filmed and edited by Dave. The Kevin MacLeod Royalty Free music Dave adds makes Gene’s daily roll out of his apartment both dramatic and funky.
Sunday, March 1st, 2009
Politics deals with the adventurous lives of people dealing with accessibility as it pertains to the government. Gene and Dave spend some quality time with Patrick Rose, Dennis Borel, and Bob Kafka.
Sunday, February 1st, 2009
Having more fun with the technology at Channel Austin, Gene tells Dave about his extra-large laptop that will do extra large print to satisfy one of the requirements for accessibility.
Sunday, February 1st, 2009
After interviewing Dennis Borel at CTD, Gene and Dave thought the only way he could top sending people with disabilities to Mount Everest would be to send a group to the moon. This clip is Gene and Dave having fun with the technology at the Channel Austin studio and making a plea to Dennis. “Send […]
Sunday, July 1st, 2007
Who Works Monday is the first video Gene and Dave did together. While working with Gene on an Actual Lives show, Dave had a dream in the middle of the night about the confusion of which attendant was coming to help him the next morning. He woke up wondering, “Who works Monday?” Saying it over […]