Voice at the Table promotes the unique voice of lived experience by sharing real stories by people with a cognitive disability for people with a cognitive disability. The show will explore real experiences of advocacy that empowers others to learn, grow and advocate.
Voice at the Table seeks to advocate and agitate for social transformation, endeavouring for inclusion for all where people with a disability can truly be heard at all levels of consumer participation.
Two core beliefs of Voice at the Table are “nothing about us without us”, and “you can’t be what you can’t see”. Through our storytelling the voices of people with a cognitive disability can be heard, and their real stories can be told.
Tune in at 6-6.30pm on the fourth Wednesday of the month to hear Voice at the Table.
Voice at the Table shares the Wednesday Hometime 6 - 6.30pm timeslot with Chronically Chilled (first Wednesday of the month),
Raising Our Voices (second Wednesday of the month) and The Boldness (third & fifth Wednesday of the month).
Presented by Action for More Independence and Dignity in Accommodation. Contact or visit AMIDA at Ross House, 247 Flinders Lane, Melbourne 3000.