Accessible Training

Radio Reading Resources for Stations and Volunteers

RPHA Radio Reading Services has embarked on a project to extend the national reach of Radio Reading services to empower Australians with a print disability living in regional, rural and remote areas. RPH Australia is supporting community radio stations, outside the current Radio Reading Network, to produce new, diverse, quality local programming made by and for …

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Trainer Resources: Accessible Spaces in Training by Accessible Arts

Earlier this week we welcomed Nat Thomas from Accessible Arts to deliver a workshop to CMTO trainers. She covered practical tips for making training spaces accessible, including an understanding of the appropriate language to use, etiquette to consider, things to be mindful of, together with an overview of the social model and identity for accessibility. …

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Getting more PWD on 4ZZZ

Since 2015 community radio 4ZZZ have been working towards the better inclusion of people with a disability on the airwaves and in all parts of station life. Kim Stewart, the station’s advocate for People With a Disability and founder of the Ability Radio Project, filmed the following video and spoke to the station manager and …

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Living the Life He Chooses

Former Vision Australia employee Nick Gleeson on living the life he chooses. 

CRISP Network Empowering Voices

The Community Radio Inclusion Support Project (CRISP) is a national network devoted to empowering the voices of people with a disability in community radio. They provide a whole heap of resources which relate to the inclusion of people with disabilities in community radio.  Kim Stewart facilitated a session at the 2016 CBAA conference of CRISP members, on social …

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Ability Radio Project

The Ability Radio Project started out as a co-production with people with an intellectual disability (ID) and support workers, lead by Kim Stewart (4ZZZ).   Purpose: To facilitate social inclusion and training in radio production as self-advocacy for people with disabilities and mental illness in inner city Brisbane. To provide broader learning and skills development for people …

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Accessible Technology at 4RPH

We spoke to volunteers and staff at 4RPH Brisbane about what technology they use at their station.   Scott Black, Station Manager Paul Price, Producer and IT guy at 4RPH  Steve Sparrow, producer at 4RPH Interviewer: Kim Stewart  Video editor: Greta Balog   {loadmodule mod_raxo_allmode,Accessibility Resources}  

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