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The Blind Argument - Episode 4 “Communication and Advocacy”

How do you communicate? Social media has had a big impact on the way we communicate especially among the younger generation.

If you have a vision impairment or are blind what’s the best way of getting someone’s attention? Perhaps you think it’s still important to position yourself so you are directly in front of someone when you are communicating with them.

In this latest edition of The Blind Argument, Clinical Psychologist Davinia Lefroy and Youth Support Officer Ryan Honschooten debate views and offer tips on interacting with others.

The Blind Argument - Episode 3 “Public Transport: Taxis vs Uber”

The Blind Argument is a debate-style podcast that discusses ‘hot’ topics that surround people living with disability, more specifically vision impairment and blindness.

Clinical Psychologist Davinia Lefroy and Youth Support Officer Ryan Honschooten debate these issues through their past and lived experience, and in doing so offer insights, education and understanding for people living with or without disability. One thing they both agree on is that there’s more than one ‘right’ way of doing things.

The Blind Argument - Episode 2 “Public Transport”

The Blind Argument is a debate-style podcast that discusses ‘hot’ topics that surround people living with disability, more specifically vision impairment and blindness.

Clinical Psychologist Davinia Lefroy and Youth Support Officer Ryan Honschooten debate these issues through their past and lived experience, and in doing so offer insights, education and understanding for people living with or without disability. One thing they both agree on is that there’s more than one ‘right’ way of doing things.

The Blind Argument - Episode 1 “Tough Love vs Nurturing”

The Blind Argument is a debate-style podcast that discusses ‘hot’ topics that surround people living with disability, more specifically vision impairment and blindness.

Clinical Psychologist Davinia Lefroy and Youth Support Officer Ryan Honschooten debate these issues through their past and lived experience, and in doing so offer insights, education and understanding for people living with or without disability. One thing they both agree on is that there’s more than one ‘right’ way of doing things.