Monday morning live with Natasa Denman featuring her 3-time published author and amazing mum, Julie Fisher.
Inclusion isn’t something that anyone should have to fight for, but for many, this is an everyday battle that feels like it will never end.
Have you ever thought what it would be like if your child, or someone you care for, was made to feel like they shouldn’t be somewhere or doing something that others take for granted?
Julie Fisher is a mum of 3 boys and is also a carer to her youngest son Darcy who lives with Down Syndrome. Her journey into the world of disability with Darcy began while she was pregnant and with her family, they decided to provide the best life possible for Darcy.
Over the last 16 years, Julie has become an advocate for inclusion and acceptance not only for her son, but for many people who live with a disability.Julie is a bestselling author, speaker, radio host, and works together with families to ensure their children are being seen and heard.
Since publishing her 3 books, The Unexpected Journey, The Magic of Inclusion and more recently From the Hearts of Mums, Julie has worked with Down Syndrome Victoria, Carers Victoria and has completed her first TedX Talk as well as been interviewed on radio, many podcasts and for Melbourne news programs.
Julie’s quote says it all…"Give People A Chance and Watch Them Shine".
3 Key takeaways:
1. to have an insight into the world of Down syndrome
2. the importance of acceptance and inclusion and the
3. amazing common threads throughout the book "From the Hearts of Mums"
Get to know more about Julie and her books here: https://www.facebook.com/theunexpectedjourneybook
Link to purchase her new book is https://www.tinyurl.com/FromTheHeartsofMums
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