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Disabled parents experience stigma and discrimination daily in all aspects of their lives. This insightful workshop has been designed to inform businesses and organisations who work with parents to improve their understanding of disability and how to be a better ally.


+ The key issues faced by disabled parents today

+ Ableism and subconscious bias that is perpetuated against disabled parents and how to proactively change workplace culture to prevent this.

+ How to improve the delivery of accessible, consistent and person-focused customer service.

+ Provide leadership that encourages positive behavioural adaptations to service delivery

+ The rights of disabled persons and learn the legal responsibilities of service providers to make reasonable adjustments to their place of business.


Most sessions are delivered via Zoom, however we can accommodate in person bookings if a facilitator is available and venue is provided by the business/organisation. We are proud that all sessions are facilitated by disabled mums, with lived experience. Attendees will be provided with resources to further their development and interest in becoming disability allies.

Closed captioning and Auslan interpreting are available on request. All access requests will be addressed in the booking process.


All Zoom sessions: $79 per person.

Face to Face: sessions: $150 per person.

Minimum 10 participants for all sessions.

Please use the Contact form to schedule Disability Awareness Training for your team.


Kate is available to speak individually or in panels, on the topics of disabled parenting. Kate has spoken at events such as those held by Lululemon, General Assembly, Give Where You Live and The Sugar Mill Foundation. Kate also has extensive experience hosting workshops around Australia. Please use the Contact form to discuss your event or workshop idea.