A Podcast About Disability
Have The Nerve
Podcast about real issues and honest talk
Have the Nerve is our exciting new podcast brought to you by Spinal Cord Injuries Australia and funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services.
From Thursday March 4, 2021 we will be releasing episodes covering topics important to people living with spinal cord injuries and neurological conditions – including sexuality, advocacy, over 65s, NDIS and more!
We want to inform, educate and empower people with disability, their families, carers, friends as well as people who work in the disability sector.
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This podcast is as much yours as it is ours. We want to make sure you feel support, informed and ready. If there is something you would like us to cover or something you think more people should know about let us know on our Online Forum or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you help?
To better represent our community, we’re on the hunt for talent that align with the topics we would like to cover. Visit our Talent Wanted page to see who we’re searching for.
Have The Nerve is funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Services. Visit www.dss.org.au for more information.
Episode One – March 4, 2021
Got Pride! Identity, Discrimination and overcoming barriers for queer people with disabilities
What are some of the challenges that people with disability within the queer community face when finding supports?
Join host Susan Wood, SCIA Peer and Family Support Coordinator Jess Pellow, SCIA Policy and Advocacy Team Leader Michael Magro and ACON Community Health Promotion Officer, LGBTQ+ People With Disability Project Charbel Zada to talk about the QueerAbility NDIS Toolkit, dating and relationships, representation and what can we do as a society to better understand the issues and take action.
Episode Two – April 1, 2021
Life Lessons with SCIA’s Peer and Family Support Team
Can having a disability change you?
The SCIA Peer and Family Support team talk about their lived experiences and the reality of living with a spinal cord injury.Hear from Rob, Dan and Jess about what is truly important, lessons they’ve learnt along the way like patience, advocating for themselves, independence and dealing with mental health.
Let’s put disability into perspective; changing mindsets, learning from other people, engaging in support and services available and not forget about how important mental health is.
Spinal cord injury isn’t just doom and gloom, it’s about living your best life and focussing on what brings you joy.