Labelling The Disability Podcast

Labelling the Disabling

Late last year we launched The Disability Trust’s great new podcast “Labelling the Disabling” which is a podcast hosted by sociologist and comedian Carol Heijo and Edward Birt, Chief Operating Officer from The Disability Trust.

Join Carol and Ed as they meet super interesting guests and explore the intersections between disability, human rights, social justice and the NDIS and find out how people are navigating the challenges of everyday life with a disability to get s#@! done.

So please take a listen to some amazing people sharing their experiences through great conversations. There are lots of episodes for you to choose from so take your pick or listen to them all (ah choice and control is a beautiful thing!) and we have lots more interesting guests lined up for you to meet.

This podcast is brought to you by The Disability Trust with the aim of better understanding what it is really like living with a disability in Australia today.

Click here to access Labelling the Disabling by Apple iTunes

Click here to access Labelling the Disabling by Spotify

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