This month we are joined again by the crew of VATT Chat a peer led initiative to make sure everyone can participate in meetings and places where decisions are made.
In this follow up episode we're talking about the role of self advocates in meetings.
VATT (Voice at The Table) is a SARU initiative providing practical information to ensure people with a cognitive disability have a real and equal voice on boards, committees and advisory groups.
The VATT Chat podcast has been made as part of SARU’s Inclusive Meeting Training package. It is for Self Advocates, Organisation staff and Meeting Chairs.
All 6 episodes will be officially launched in October. You can hear the first 2 Episodes of the podcast by following the links at Voice at the Table Facebook page or the website voiceatthetable.com.au
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