I was commissioned by Amaze, who is the leading organisation for autistic people in Victoria, to write a piece about my experiences during COVID-19. I wrote about the disparity between experiences of neurotypical and autistic people throughout the lockdowns and experiences of pandemic in Victoria in 2020. You can read the piece here: ...
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Featured in Loud Youth's inaugural publication - Living Loudly - Edition Z -December 2020. This piece was a poem about silence and noise and power and how they all intersect with each other. You can read the piece here: https://www.loudyouth.org/dec-2020-edition-z/untitled
Featured in Loud Youth's inaugural publication - Living Loudly - Edition Z in December of 2020. This piece is about how being subtle is a privilege and how choosing to be not subtle is a power move. You can read it here:
Honoured to be published in and receive the 'Youth Incentive' award for the Poetry d'Amour Anthology. If you want to read 'Hand Clasped Heart',you can read it here: https://wapoets.com/2020-poetry-damour-love-poetry-contest/#Issy%20Orosz .
Wrote a piece for the World Institute on Disability for their COVID-19 blogs about my experiences during the pandemic as a disabled person, both in education, employment and the healthcare system. You can read the piece here:
Honoured to have been commissioned by Independence Australia to write a piece about COVID-19 online transitions as a disabled young person who also works with disabled young people. You can read it directly here: https://www.informonline.org.au/silver-linings-but-the-accessibility-journey-is-not-over/
A piece for WWDA's blog series about leadership, about how I have been a leader through my ability to ask for help when I need it and then encourage other people to do the same. You can find the full post here:
People With Disability Australia's series of guest blogs for the DRC commissioned me to write a piece about my lived experience in education as a disabled person. You can read the piece directly here:
Below is the points I spoke on in my pre-recorded keynote speech for VCOSS's annual education forum.
I was speaking on the plenary session on "education lightning talks" for CYDA's National Youth Disability Summit. This was my speech about inclusive education.
Third Prize piece titled: "The Benefit of Sociology in Improving Outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples"
Spoke to Youth Work students at Victoria University in a class about "young people of all abilities" discussing disability, working with disabled young people, and inclusion.