New Horizons program 349

This week on program 349 of New Horizons, Rikki Chaplin speaks with Bill Jolley, recipient of the Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities, Lifetime Achievement Award.

The direct link to listen is Listen to Program 349 and to download is Download Program 349

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Broadcast times and stations are at http://wp.me/P4cPvC-1K

New Horizons can also be heard over the Internet from the Blind Citizens Australia web site at http://www.bca.org.au

And on the Global Voice at http://theglobalvoice.info.

New Horizons is produced at the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne. Blind Citizens Australia thanks Vision Australia
for their technical Support and for the use of their resources. You can visit Vision Australia on the web at http://www.visionaustralia.org

New Horizons program 348

This week on program 348 of New Horizons, Rikki Chaplin speaks with Lauren Henley, National Policy Officer of Blind Citizens
Australia, about impacts of the recent Federal Budget on people who are blind or vision impaired. Rikki also speaks with Deanne
Ferris of Blind Citizens Western Australia, about their upcoming forum and other activities.

The direct link to listen is Listen to Program 348 and to download is Download Program 348

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Broadcast times and stations are at http://wp.me/P4cPvC-1K

New Horizons can also be heard over the Internet from the Blind Citizens Australia web site at http://www.bca.org.au

And on the Global Voice at http://theglobalvoice.info.

New Horizons is produced at the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne. Blind Citizens Australia thanks Vision Australia
for their technical Support and for the use of their resources. You can visit Vision Australia on the web at http://www.visionaustralia.org

Round Table Conference 2014 Lifetime Achievement

Blind Citizens Australia would like to congratulate Bill Jolley; Recipient of the 2014 Round Table Lifetime Achievement Award, presented at the recently held Round Table on Information Access for People with Print Disabilities conference held in Brisbane.

Trudy’s award for advocacy

Congratulations to Trudy; an award and recognition well deserved.

20 May 2014

Waverley Leader newspaper Article written by Julia Rabar

Inspirational Trudy Ryall, with her assistance dog, Tyson, has been recognised for her
advocacy for people with disabilities.
DISABILITY campaigner Trudy Ryall was named an Outstanding Advocate of
People with Disabilities at the Sir John Monash Awards last week.
Ms Ryall, who is legally blind and was born deaf, thanked her family and community.
“Alone we can only do so little and together we can do so much,” Ms Ryall said, quoting
Helen Keller.
Ms Ryall was one of seven people acknowledged at a ceremony at the Monash Gallery
of Art during National Volunteers Week.
The Multicultural Champion award went to Joseph Jin for his work with culturally and
linguistically diverse communities.
Rosemary Snibson took home the Women’s Leadership award for her work at Dixon
House and All Saints Anglican Church.
The winner of the Youth Leadership award was Prateek Pillai, while Monash
Permaculture claimed the Sustainability Leadership award.
The Positive Ageing Leadership award was claimed by Gwen Clark, and the Active
Monash award went to Ceres Calisthenics Club.
Waverley RSL SubBranch president Neil Slaughter won the Volunteer of the Year award
as well as the overall Sir John Monash Award for Outstanding Leadership.
Monash Mayor Geoff Lake thanked the winners and finalists for their contributions.

New Horizons program 347

This week on program 347 of New Horizons, Rikki Chaplin speaks with Lauren McGowan-Slee, who has a vision impairment and is studying
occupational therapy. He then speaks with Anne-Marie Caulton, who also has a vision impairment and works as an occupational therapist.

The direct link to listen is Listen to Program 347 and to download is Download Program 347

New Horizons is Blind Citizens Australia’s weekly radio program. It can be heard on RPH and community radio stations throughout Australia. Broadcast times and stations are at http://wp.me/P4cPvC-1K

New Horizons can also be heard over the Internet from the Blind Citizens Australia web site at http://www.bca.org.au

And on the Global Voice at http://theglobalvoice.info.

New Horizons is produced at the studios of Vision Australia Radio in Melbourne. Blind Citizens Australia thanks Vision Australia
for their technical Support and for the use of their resources. You can visit Vision Australia on the web at http://www.visionaustralia.org