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Action for More Independence and Dignity in Accomm

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Produced and presented by people with disabilities covering issues such as housing, discrimination, difficulties with public transport, self-advocacy and other related issues.

Latest Episodes

Advocates discuss the NDIS

This month the team discusses the NDIS from an Appeals Advocates point of view. Bronwyn Trickett (advocate in the NDAP programs) is joined by Angela Horton (AMIDA NDIS Advocate), Judy Bourke (AMIDA NDIS Advocate), Rachael (NDIS Advocate from RIAC) & Steve Grainger (Advocate from Villamanta Disability Rights Legal Service)https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 s1 w ago
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Advocates discuss the NDIS

Moving Out and Independent Living

This month it's all about moving to Independent Living.Jane Rosengrave and James Teekan speak with Bronwyn Trickett about how it feels to live independently and what support is available for people with disability to do this.Who do you call if you need help with something?MUSIC:Frente! - Accidently Kelly Street

-1 sSEP 11
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Moving Out and Independent Living

In Conversation with Disability Services Commissioner Arthur Rogers

Jane speaks with Authur about the role of the Disability Services Commissioner, the NDIS, the Disability Royal Commission and hopes for the future.MUSIC: The Four Tops Il'l be There

-1 sAUG 14
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In Conversation with Disability Services Commissioner Arthur Rogers

Accessible Holidays

This month Colin Franks, Justine O'Brien and Bronwyn Trickett discus accessible holidays.What are they and who can you ask for supportto organise one?

-1 sJUL 10
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Accessible Holidays

Radiothon 2019!

This month the team are raising money to keep 3CR and Raising Our Voices on air for another yearTo support us go tohttps://www.givenow.com.au/cause442

-1 sJUN 12
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Radiothon 2019!

Opening Doors

This month Bronwyn Trickett is joined by Lawrence Johnston to talk about theOpening Doors Project and the needfor accessible information such as Plain English, Braille, audio recordings, and more.For more informationhttps://www.voicestogether.com.au/self-advocates/self-advocacy-videos/Raising Our Voices Radio https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/AMIDA http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sMAY 8
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Opening Doors

Travellers Aid

So you've arrived at Southern Cross train station, now what do you do?This month we're talking about travel related challenges with Disability Resource Centre's Executive Officer, Kerri Cassidy and CEO of Travellers Aid Elias Lebbos.We discuss the resources available for getting about Melbourne and Victoria on public transport.For more information https://www.travellersaid.org.au OR PH: (03) 9654 1926 and https://www.drc.org.au PH: (03) 9671 3000https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sAPR 10
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Travellers Aid

Living with Cochlear Implants

This month Justin O'Brien and Bronwyn Trickett (AMIDA) talk all about cochlear implants.All you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask!For more information The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and the Cochlear Care CentrePhone: (03) 9929 8666https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sMAR 13
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Living with Cochlear Implants

Invisible Disabilities

This month Lisa Brumtis from Brain Injury Matters (BIM) and Brenda Penaluna join Bronwyn Trickett (AMIDA) to speak about the importance of not making assumptions aboutpeople. Lots of disabilities are not immediately apparent.For example, some people with visual or auditory disabilities do not wear glasses or hearing aids. An ABI (acquired brain injuries) intellectual disability, chronic illness and mental health can all be invisible disabilities.https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/

-1 sFEB 13
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Invisible Disabilities

Choices and Rights

This month we discuss disability from a culturally and linguistically diverse perspective with Lisa from Brain Injury Matters (BIM) and Viviana from Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities (ADEC)For more info http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sJAN 9
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Choices and Rights

Latest Episodes

Advocates discuss the NDIS

This month the team discusses the NDIS from an Appeals Advocates point of view. Bronwyn Trickett (advocate in the NDAP programs) is joined by Angela Horton (AMIDA NDIS Advocate), Judy Bourke (AMIDA NDIS Advocate), Rachael (NDIS Advocate from RIAC) & Steve Grainger (Advocate from Villamanta Disability Rights Legal Service)https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 s1 w ago
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Advocates discuss the NDIS

Moving Out and Independent Living

This month it's all about moving to Independent Living.Jane Rosengrave and James Teekan speak with Bronwyn Trickett about how it feels to live independently and what support is available for people with disability to do this.Who do you call if you need help with something?MUSIC:Frente! - Accidently Kelly Street

-1 sSEP 11
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Moving Out and Independent Living

In Conversation with Disability Services Commissioner Arthur Rogers

Jane speaks with Authur about the role of the Disability Services Commissioner, the NDIS, the Disability Royal Commission and hopes for the future.MUSIC: The Four Tops Il'l be There

-1 sAUG 14
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In Conversation with Disability Services Commissioner Arthur Rogers

Accessible Holidays

This month Colin Franks, Justine O'Brien and Bronwyn Trickett discus accessible holidays.What are they and who can you ask for supportto organise one?

-1 sJUL 10
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Accessible Holidays

Radiothon 2019!

This month the team are raising money to keep 3CR and Raising Our Voices on air for another yearTo support us go tohttps://www.givenow.com.au/cause442

-1 sJUN 12
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Radiothon 2019!

Opening Doors

This month Bronwyn Trickett is joined by Lawrence Johnston to talk about theOpening Doors Project and the needfor accessible information such as Plain English, Braille, audio recordings, and more.For more informationhttps://www.voicestogether.com.au/self-advocates/self-advocacy-videos/Raising Our Voices Radio https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/AMIDA http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sMAY 8
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Opening Doors

Travellers Aid

So you've arrived at Southern Cross train station, now what do you do?This month we're talking about travel related challenges with Disability Resource Centre's Executive Officer, Kerri Cassidy and CEO of Travellers Aid Elias Lebbos.We discuss the resources available for getting about Melbourne and Victoria on public transport.For more information https://www.travellersaid.org.au OR PH: (03) 9654 1926 and https://www.drc.org.au PH: (03) 9671 3000https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sAPR 10
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Travellers Aid

Living with Cochlear Implants

This month Justin O'Brien and Bronwyn Trickett (AMIDA) talk all about cochlear implants.All you ever wanted to know but were afraid to ask!For more information The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital and the Cochlear Care CentrePhone: (03) 9929 8666https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sMAR 13
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Living with Cochlear Implants

Invisible Disabilities

This month Lisa Brumtis from Brain Injury Matters (BIM) and Brenda Penaluna join Bronwyn Trickett (AMIDA) to speak about the importance of not making assumptions aboutpeople. Lots of disabilities are not immediately apparent.For example, some people with visual or auditory disabilities do not wear glasses or hearing aids. An ABI (acquired brain injuries) intellectual disability, chronic illness and mental health can all be invisible disabilities.https://www.facebook.com/raisingourvoicesradio/

-1 sFEB 13
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Invisible Disabilities

Choices and Rights

This month we discuss disability from a culturally and linguistically diverse perspective with Lisa from Brain Injury Matters (BIM) and Viviana from Action on Disability within Ethnic Communities (ADEC)For more info http://www.amida.org.au/

-1 sJAN 9
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Choices and Rights