Since graduating as a physiotherapist, I’ve been working in Australia and throughout Asia, with people with disabilities, for the better part of two decades. It strikes me that the field of disability is going through a seismic change; one which is way overdue. And recently, while reading about the Copernican revolution, I realised that theRead more about The Copernican Revolution in Disability[…]
Our goals at OIC are ambitious, and we’re setting ourselves up to do something that has never been done. It’s an entirely new way of looking at an old problem — how to execute something meaningful for a large population in need, and then getting out.
My education about Australia started when I lived overseas. After 8 years of living in some of the poorest parts of Asia, I returned to Australia to find that there were huge issues here too. With your help, here’s how I’d like to go about addressing them.