Author: Christine Kerr

Life with a difference in Laos

Life with a difference in Laos In 2017, I was privileged to be part of an Australian volunteer’s project with three other Australian women. We were lucky enough to work with host disability organisations, the Laos Disabled Women’s Development Centre, and Laos Disabled People’s Association, in Vientiane, Laos.   Sharing […]

An Inspired Conversation with Fatine Oliveira

“Anyway, I am a woman, and this is enough.” Powerful words from our latest Inspired storyteller, Fatine Oliveira who has given us insight into her journey as a woman with disability. Inspired stories have the power to resonate with all women across the world, across many languages and cultures. As […]

An Inspired conversation with Reveca Torres

When you think of yoga, what images spring to mind? Lithe supple Swami’s doing headstands and downward dog? People forming the lotus position, stretching salutations to the sun, or literally bending over backwards? Yoga is not something I would have usually associated with disability but knowing Reveca Torres has changed […]

An Inspired conversation with Kerryn Harvey

When you hear the words flesh eating virus, does it conjure up images of exotic locations around the world far removed from where we live? Do you wonder what type of people can get infected with a flesh-eating bug? It turns out, ordinary people like you, me and Kerryn Harvey. […]

A welcome message from Chris

Hi. Nice to meet you! I’m Chris, wheelchair user, mother, drinker of gin, lover of all thing sweet and salty, adventurer, and cat lover. I live in Geraldton, Western Australia with my husband Zane, a deep thinker, recreational cyclist and all-round good guy. I have always been a “glass half […]