29 October 2020 10:30 am Australia/Hobart
Radio for and by powerful people with disability, sharing their experiences of making a difference and how you can too.
An initiative of Clarence City Council’s Clarence Access Network (CAN) Forum.
Contributors: Disability Voices Tasmania, Tasmanian Health Service (Health Promotion), Job Life Employment, At Work Australia, Rural Alive and Well Tasmania, Tasmanian Department of Communities (Sport and Recreation) and NDIS Mission Australia.
Supported by Hobart FM.
29 October 2020 — 17 December 2020, Thursdays 10:30am on DAB+ digital radio at 96.1FM and 92.1 FM or stream at Tune In or at hobartfm.org.au.
29 October 2020:
- You Can Ask That! — four people with different disabilities Paul, Tony, Kate, Duncan discuss the use of language, access and inclusion
5 November 2020:
- Rural Alive and Well (RAW) ‘Wise Minds’ — RAW’s Pete Owen and Amity Deans discuss mental health and training
- Changing Lives through Employment
12 November 2020:
- At Work Australia’s Derek Hagstrom, in discussion with Clive about his journey back to work
- Sport for All
19 November 2020:
- Morgan Kent from Department of Communities (Sport and Recreation) in discussion with Joe Chivers, a local athlete
26 November 2020:
- Young Leaders, Inclusive Communities
- Keren Franks from Young Leaders of Tasmania (YLOT) and Lottie, a YLOT participant, discuss with Lisa Stafford from Queensland University of Technology the importance of including young people in the discussion and planning of inclusive communities
3 December 2020:
- Conversations on International Day of People with Disability
- Fiona Strahan from Disability Voices Tasmania in conversation with three people on what International Day of People with Disability means to them
10 December 2020:
- Accessible Housing ‘My Story’
- Lee Jordan talks about how he made his home accessible and the importance of universal design
17 December 2020:
- Homelessness and Disability
- A conversation with services supporting people with disability who experience homelessness
Further information about the program can be found at ccc.tas.gov.au.