Episode 5 of the Women on the Seen series is titled 'She's Got the Look Part 2'. You loved Part One of She's Got the Look. We talked about makeup to coordinating clothes, right down to styling your hair and discussed the many ways that women with vision impairment can use to fashion a look that works best for them.
However we've had outcries of 'the look isn’t complete' until we’ve talked about shoes, handbags, nails and accessories. So listen as Sinead Quinn and Janet Pettigrew share tips on how a woman with vision-impairment completes the finished glamorous look!
Episode 4 of the Women on the Seen series is titled 'Money, money, money'. Does the notion of financial planning come across as unrealistic to you if your main income stream is a disability support pension or a part-time job?
Do you feel that making provisions for a secure financial future belongs only to women who hold full-time employment or who are sitting on piles of cash? Does the NDIS have any part in this equation? Get ideas to manage your finances better as Janet Pettigrew speaks with Katie McDonald and Christine Tinley about money, money, money.
Episode 3 of the Women on the Seen series is titled 'A Garden Good Enough to Eat'. Janet Pettigrew speaks to Anita Seery, who makes her garden grow the most beautiful and nutritious plants. From growing plants outdoors to greens that frame your window sills, Anita has tips that can transform your experience of gardening.
Welcome to the second episode of Women On The Seen. This week's episode is called Don’t Let Rainy Days Keep You Down!
Every woman experiences bouts of anxiety or periods of feeling down but what is it like for women with a disability or vision impairment? How can you recognize these moments and more importantly what can you do to seek relief? Clinical psychologist, Davinia Lefroy and social worker at VisAbility, Marija Clark talk about these issues and suggest practical strategies on this episode.
If you have loved what you hear, let us know by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't forget you can subscribe to VisAbility Radio On Demand on iTunes to stay up to date with our latest episodes.
Welcome to the first episode of Women On The Seen. This week's episode is called She's Got the Look!
From makeup to coordinating clothes, right down to styling your hair there are many ways that women with vision impairment can use to fashion a look that works best for them. Listen to two women who have worked out their own systems and get tips which you can start using for yourself.
If you have loved what you hear, let us know by sending a message to email@example.com. Don't forget you can subscribe to VisAbility Radio On Demand on iTunes and stay up to date with our latest episodes.
VisAbility on Demand introduces a New Women's Podcast in April 2018
Beginning in April 2018, the all new Women's Podcast will deliver insight, inspiration and diverse perspectives from women in Western Australia living with disability. Covering careers, education, sport, technology, fashion and family life, this series will have conversations that connect with you. Be empowered to live your life the way you choose by following the journeys of women who are forging their own paths. Don’t miss it.
We're currently calling all ladies to join in the conversation on your very own program. Have an idea of a name that represents all of the above? Let us know! We'd love to hear from you. Get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.