Here are a range of videos and podcasts from QDN and our allies sharing information on topics of interest to people with disability. We have also created a series of videos and podcasts which tell the QDN story.

Videos

Watch a range of videos on QDN's YouTube channel.

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The launch of QDN's new website

Des Ryan and Minister Crawford launched the new QDN website outside parliament house on the 15 September.

Watch the video here.

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QDNY Peer Support Group - COVID-19 Vaccinations

QDNY youth group finds out the why, what, and where for COVID-19 vaccinations. Troy Hakala from Metro South Health was the guest speaker and presented information around COVID vaccinations including the different strains of COVID, how it spreads and ways to protect yourself.

Watch the video here.

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Dave Conway, Local Champion - Targeted Outreach Project

Introducing Dave Conway, our Targeted Outreach Local Champion in Mackay. In this video he explains how the NDIS has impacted his life and what he believes his role is as a Local Champion.

Watch the video here.

Podcasts

Listening to a podcast is a great way to learn something new or hear stories from experts in the disability sector. Below you will find a list of podcasts that you may find interesting.

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Choice and Control

QDN Chair Des Ryan chats with Jodie van de Wetering from Choice and Control (Carers Queensland) about his work on the Community Solutions’ Regional Advantage project.

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A tribute to Dianne Toohey

Dianne (Di) Toohey retired from Speak up for Yourself (SUFY) after 26 years, and has successfully contributed to advocacy in Queensland and beyond in that time.
Hear from Nance Haxton, The Wandering Journo, as she brings together a range of people to share their reflection on SUFY, Di's work and the importance of independent advocacy in the lives of people with a disability.

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