23 January 2017 – Catalyst Foundation on Coast FM 88.7
15 November 2016 – Catalyst Foundation Launches New Name and Buisiness Collaborative. Radio Adelaide 101.5 FM
Local not-for-profit organisation, Seniors Information Service, celebrated its 21st birthday this year and in July, marked this special milestone with a name re-launch to reflect its evolving work in the ageing, disability, business, employment and learning spheres…
Along with a new name, Catalyst Foundation has also started work on a new project – The Catalyst Collaborative.
Sasha Dragovelic is Team Leader of Community Services and is heading up the Catalyst Collaborative project, and he joined us live in studio for a chat.
19 April 2016 – Seniors Information Service on Small Change 101.5 FM (Radio Adelaide)
As we grow older, it’s hoped we’ll have access to as much information as possible, in order to make informed decisions about the way we live our lives.
Miriam Cocking is Access and Equity Officer at SIS and she joined us in studio for a chat.
11 September 2016 – Tuning in to Autism
People with autism often have difficulty with social interaction and reading the emotions of others. In a candid and poignant interview, autism spokesperson John Elder Robison shares his experience of living with autism. From being the kid that nobody liked, to the nerdy sound engineer for seventies rock bands, John describes the overwhelming flood of emotions he experienced after having his brain stimulated.