Coronavirus lessons from people living with disability

July 17, 2020
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John McKenna is passionate about hearing and sharing the stories of others and their experience of disability. During the coronavirus pandemic he’s put his skills to creating a podcast which explores the pandemic through the lens of disability. What he’s discovered is a range of stories which can teach us all a thing or two about adversity and resilience.

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Topics:
Emergency management
Author:
Jacinta Parsons
Source:
Afternoons, ABC Radio Melbourne
Date published:
Tue 14th Jul, 2020
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