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In our last episode, why purpose matters and how to get on board with it.

Hosts: Cara Matthews, Suzy and Alison Procter

Guest: Sheree Henley

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Family and friends on how to be an ally for people with disability.

Hosts: Cara Matthews, Suzy and Alison Procter

Guests: Lily Sharrock, Nip Wijewickrema

 

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We all have the right to justice, to have equal protection by the law, to be heard, to make decisions and to be safe. But sometimes things don’t go as they should for people with disability.

Host: Cara Matthews

Guests: David, Amanda Charles

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Some things are too big to fix with a podcast, but it’s still helpful to talk about them!

Host: Cara Matthews

Guests: Craig Wallace

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What’s it like for students with disability and their families navigating their school years?

Hosts: Cara Matthews

Guests: Dominika and Shawn Cady, Sheree Henley, Lyndall Read

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What does an accessible workplace look like?

Host: Cara Matthews and Ruth O’Brien

Guests: Naomi Barnbaum, Samantha Kourtis

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Making reasonable adjustments for artists and people who consume art – because art is better when its available to everyone!

Hosts: Cara Matthews and Ruth O’Brien

Guests: Penny Pollard (Belconnen Arts Centre)

 

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We look at how the words we use to discuss disability drive how we see things and the differences between person-first and identity-first language, and between “ill-health”, “impairment” and disability.

Hosts: Cara Matthews, Suzy and Alison Procter

Guests: Yenn Purkis and Sarah Ferguson

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Why representation matters, the difference between annoying and helpful “well meaning-ness” and the uncomfortable truth about getting inclusion wrong. Learn what every person can do to be more inclusive for people with disability.

What does access look like, who’s responsible for it, and how do we make it a forethought instead of an afterthought?

Hosts: Cara Matthews and Alison Procter

Guests: Senator the Hon Jordan Steele-John (the Australian Greens), Sue Salthouse (Women With Disability ACT), Robert Altmore (People With Disability ACT)

 

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