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A young disabled woman fights to hold on to her identity in the face of the world’s assumptions, and strives for independence from her parents, who doubt her ability to become a mother.
Disability Pride Mural
The disability community comes together to celebrate disability pride and a new mural in Footscray but only after the original mural was destroyed.
Margins To The Mainstream
Women with lived experience of disability including neurodiversity, mental health and chronic health conditions came together as the Experts Group to prevent violence against women with disabilities through the Margins to the Mainstream Project. The Experts Group co-designed important message about equality for women with disabilities. They came up with 16 messages about gender and disability equality.
The Glove Box
The good the bad and the ugly as disabled people talk about their experiences with taxis and Ubers. The series includes chats with disabled drivers and deaf drivers.
Breaking The Silence
World renowned communication expert Dr Rosemary Crossley works with three new clients who have never spoken. What she gets them to say in their first 90 minute training session will amaze you.
Casa Del Crip
Sebastian and his loopy girlfriend Stacey lure a group of disabled housemates into their home with the promise of in home support, but things aren't quite what they should be in Casa del Crip.
Defiant Lives is a feature documentary that tells of the rise and fight of the disability rights movement.
Defiant Lives Files
This is an exclusive Disability Busters series of longer interviews from the acclaimed documentary Defiant Lives. Activists talk about their role in the rise and fight of the disability rights movement. Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID 19 arts grants.
Lessons in Disability Etiquette
originally produced for the taxi industry, in these video podcasts disabled people talk about how to provide great support - what not to ask about, how to mind your own business and other important things you always wanted to know about relating to disability etiquette.
Module 1 Disability support worker training - Human Rights practice.
In module 1 students will understand human rights practice through disability history and the disability rights movement
Module 2 Disability & Aged Care Training - Ethics of Care
This 5 video module examines the ethics of care in professional settings.
Module 3, Disability and Aged Care Training - Diversity and Difference
This module looks at how workers can support disabled clients and older clients from diverse backgrounds. it also looks at diversity among the support workforce.
Module 4 Disability and Aged Care Training - Enabling Technology.
This module looks at how technology can enhance independence and access.
Module 5 Disability and Aged Care Training - Power and Abuse.
This module explores how power can lead to abuse and how disabled people and elders can be at risk of abuse.
More Than Horseplay
A documentary about a world first scientific study of the therapeutic benefits of horse riding for children with cerebral palsy. The film features renowned hippotherapist the late Barb Heine.
No Limits brings you unexpected stories about what it’s like living with disability. Presented and produced with disabled people it’s a place to build community and identity.
Opening Doors to College
Hundreds of colleges across the U.S. are opening doors to higher education for students with intellectual disability. This 36-minute film “Opening Doors to College” shows how students like Curtis, Janet, Fudia, and Missy are leading this inclusion revolution as they immerse themselves in classes, residential life, extracurricular activities, and the entire college experience at Millersville and Temple Universities.
Pins and Needles
Genni Batterham was a healthy 24-year-old student living in Sydney when she contracted multiple sclerosis (M.S.) in the 1970's. Within 18 months she became a paraplegic. Pins and Needles takes a poignant look at overall reactions, treatment and acceptance of disabled people and offers some enlightened alternatives to the options available to the disabled at that time. Genni was a trailblazing disability activist during the 1970's and 80's and watching her story decades later we are struck by the things that have changed and the many things that remain the same.
Riding the Gale
In this companion film to Pins And Needles Genni Batterham's MS has progressed and she must now face her increasing frailty and dependence on others, especially her adored husband Kim. This absorbing film is a love story as well as an unflinching account of a degenerative disability and how to face one's demons. Produced by Genni and Kim Batterham this film shows what is possible when living with a severe degenerative disease and also includes wise council from author Alan Marshall who was a mentor and friend.
Hidden stories of Anxiety and recovery
Stroke A Chord
A Choir of stroke survivors who can sing but cannot speak prepare for their first big concert.
A group of dads of children with disabilities find support by spending time with others who share similar experiences.
Award winning documentary about sexuality and disability.
Who said disability isn't funny?
Over the years we've worked on a number of comedy projects and here's a few sketches that show the funny side of disability.
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