Your weekly podcast on everything disability by Australian Disability
CripChat Podcast is a podcast produced and delivered by Australian Disability, it aims to educate, entertain and inform the general community how they can help us create a more accessible and inclusive society for people with disabilities, their friends, and family.
Hosted by Jonathan Shar, David Daoud, Ibby Dee, and Timothy Lachlan with Guests
Content Warning: This podcast may include content unsuitable for children who have not been exposed to people with disabilities-related themes and issues that are sometimes expressed by using coarse language or outdated terms.
Fairness and Dignity!
ustralian Disability is a charitable organisation dedicated to fairness, dignity, and equality for people with disabilities to enable their full participation in our Australian society.
Founded in 2012 on the principle that discrimination and stigma but also the culture towards disability have to change and be reshaped and owned by people living with the daily effects, positive and negative, of disability.
Only through an authentic conversation about disability affairs, is it possible to create a dialogue to enable the creation of change against the backdrop of discrimination and intolerance given an avenue to a better, accessible, and more inclusive society.
Episode 118: Medical Professionals with Disabilities with Guest, Adam Mortley – CripChat Australia
Aims and Purpose:
- To support the development of new technologies that improve the quality of life and the independence of persons living with a disability
- To provide persons with a disability with a forum through which they can express their views on government policies and other matters of relevance to their disability
- To support and enable fair and unbiased media representation of disability-related issues, through the development of news and original content
- To provide community-wide education on disability-related issues so as to reduce the instances of discrimination suffered by persons with a disability
- To establish an online community that encourages greater interaction between disabled and able-bodied people
- To promote the concept of ‘disability’ as a strong, healthy form of identity.