Tag Archives: Disability

Stronger than I ever imagined – a #tsibmum interview

You’d be mistaken by thinking that Mothers Day is a media free-for-all to write about the way we should or shouldn’t acknowledge the day. I’ve only been a mum for the last 8 years – not really a veteran but … Continue reading

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The diversion.

Through the poverty-stricken undergrad years I worked in peoples homes helping them to care for their children who had special needs. It sat well with the ideals I was learning in my social work degree and paid me to take … Continue reading

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The Ride: being heard

This is an image from The Ride. where Anton visits the site of his accident. Everywhere I look this year its been about people taking the leap out on their own, not waiting until the proverbial knock on the door, … Continue reading

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There was a little bit of hoo haa this morning about the Telstra business women of the year acceptance speech and her┬ácomment that deafness is a ‘scourge’ on the community, much like polio was in the 50’s. Have a look … Continue reading

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