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From the great minds at Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA), Cerebral Conversations tackles the biggest issues impacting people living with cerebral palsy and similar disabilities. We’re going all in on early intervention, advocacy, research, inclusion and a whole lot more, to untangle the curliest of ideas with the people who understand them best. Join our special guests and hosts for eye-opening, norm-challenging conversations. Listen to the powerful and poignant journeys of Australians living w ...
 
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A cerebral (palsy) conversation with master juggler, Marley Lyras-Hull. Marley works full time at CPA and is currently studying for her fourth (yep, fourth) degree. She’s raising three daughters, one of whom lives with a disability, and Marley herself lives with cerebral palsy. When there really are only 24 hours in a day, how does she get it all d…
 
From gamification to AI, speech recognition to virtual reality, technology is making an extraordinary contribution to the lives of those living with disability – and there’s some pretty amazing stuff in store for the future too. Power up with Alistair McEwan and Rae Johnston as they explore how technology, data and innovation are changing lives and…
 
You’ve got THE big idea. Now what? Join entrepreneurs Pete Horsley and Naomi Simson for an idea-sparking conversation about the importance of invention and bringing great ideas to life. Are we investing enough and willing enoughto try, fail and then have another go? How can you become a great innovator and how did a solar power wheelchair come to b…
 
A cerebral (palsy) conversation with Lia Sintras, Cerebral Palsy Alliance (CPA) client and Kosciuszko conqueror. Lia has lived with cerebral palsy since she was just a year old, which hasn’t stopped her for a moment. From climbing Mount Kosciusko to walking into her end of school formal (after over 500 hours of training no less), Lia knows better t…
 
We can all be agents for change, but we need to find our voices first and the courage to speak up. In this episode, Bronya and Tara speak up about creating communities that empower those living with disability. How can we challenge governments to enact change that creates truly inclusive societies? What does advocacy really mean, and when does it r…
 
A cerebral (palsy) conversation with filmmaker, actor, advocate and CPA client, Emily Dash. From screening her films at Tropfest and the Sydney Film Festival to collaborating with the Australian Chamber Orchestra, Emily has achieved more than most of us do in a lifetime. And – with the help of a great support crew and some savvy problem solving – s…
 
Australia is recognised as one of the most inclusive nations in the world, but really, is it? Disability advocate Hannah Diviney joins Tara Moss to dig into the details of what it’s like to live with a disability and tackle stereotypes, mental health issues, and barriers to work and education. How do Hannah and Tara overcome the stigmas around disa…
 
A cerebral (palsy) conversation with Invictus Games competitor and CPA client, Arran Keith, and his physiotherapist Claire Smart. Therapy that maximises neuroplasticity is the best way to improve movement and mobility, but the challenge is how to keep a young mind motivated. The good news? Therapy can now be a whole lot more fun than just relying o…
 
Neuroplasticity is the secret ingredient for better brain power – and better outcomes for children with disability. In this episode Professor Iona Novak, CPA’s Chair of Allied Health, co-founder of the CPA Research Institute and renowned journalist, author and broadcaster Tracey Spicer go deep into our grey (and white) matter to explore the brain’s…
 
A cerebral (palsy) conversation with internationally renowned neonatologist, Professor Nadia Badawi. Early in her career, Nadia realised that working with newborns was an opportunity to change the entire course of a person’s life, not to mention having a huge impact for their family and the wider community. That realisation has taken her on an incr…
 
A cerebral (palsy) conversation with Joe Darcy, Eve’s dad. In the first hours and days of baby Eve’s life, her parents Joe and Hiam heard the toughest news and words every new parent dreads: complications, NICU, brain damage... Through all the ups and downs of those rollercoaster days, Joe never gave up hope and baby Eve is now a skateboarding six …
 
One in ten Australian babies spend time in a newborn intensive care unit, and it’s an incredible group of people who are improving outcomes for those infants. However, the greatest success will come when we all get involved. Join Professor Nadia Badawi and Tracey Spicer as they discuss the often challenging, but always inspiring, world of newborn i…
 
Conversations have always been great drivers of change. That’s why we are so excited to launch a new CPA podcast that features conversations between some great minds, thinking differently about how we change expectations, attitudes and culture around some of today’s biggest disability issues: ableism, accessibility, visibility, and inclusion. Seaso…
 
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