Disabling ableism

How rethinking our understanding of disability could improve lives

Dr Andi Horvath

Published 23 May 2017

Episode 5

Professor Anne Kavanagh from the Melbourne School of Population and Global Health shares how changes in her own life led her to question our understanding of the health of those living with a disability. A proud activist, Professor Kavanagh says having a disability need not equal poor health.

Episode recorded: 15 March 2017

Producers: Dr Andi Horvath and Chris Hatzis Editor: Chris Hatzis Audio engineer: Gavin Nebauer Production assistant: Claudia Hooper

Banner image: Pixabay

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