The Ken and Barby show is a lighthearted show that cover the lives and adventures of Ken and Barby. They host the show in seasons of 8 episodes on multiple digital platforms. Currently preparing for season 7 of the show which will begin in late 2018, Ken and Barby are hysterically funny together and also interact with viewers and are known to do games and give prizes to their show fans!
Barby Ingle is a best selling author, reality personality, and lives with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD), migralepsy, endometriosis and other pain disorders. Barby is a chronic pain educator, patient advocate, and president of the International Pain Foundation. She is also a motivational speaker and best-selling author on pain topics. Her blog, reality shows and media appearances are used as a platform to help her become an ePatient advocate, and she now travels the country attending healthcare conferences, speaking publicly, sharing her story, educating and advocating for patients across the globe. She has received 19 accommodations over the years for her advocacy work including; 2011 iPain Hero of Hope Award, 2012 WEGO Health Ms. Congeniality, 2012 NAF You Are Our Hero Award, 2013 International Inspirational Luminary, 2015 IDA Impact Award, and 2016 WEGO Health Lifetime Achievement. In 2017, Barby was named a Health Information Technology Top 100 Influencer by HealthScene and Top 20 Health Influencer by Insider Monkey Magazine. In 2018, Barby received the Reality All Star Reunion Superstar award for Most Social Media posts and Top 50 Chronic Pain Advocates.
Ken Taylor is a caregiver for his wife who lives with multiple chronic pain conditions. Ken is a chronic pain educator, patient advocate, and vice-president of the International Pain Foundation. He is also a motivational speaker and best-selling author on pain topics, graphic designer, and reality personality. Ken received the 2017 iPain Hero of Hope for Pain Patient Awareness and 2017 Health Information Technology Top 100 Influencer. In 2018, Ken was named to the top 50 advocates for the chronic pain community.