A wellbeing podcast series from Vision Australia
Trying to deal with vision loss can feel a bit like being asked to eat a whole elephant. Or at least that’s what one of the hosts of our wellbeing podcast, Cameron Algie, compares it to.
Cameron thinks that like eating an elephant, looking after your wellbeing with vision loss is best handled by breaking it down into a bunch of little chunks.
Join our range of hosts as they discuss their lived experience of vision loss, and the wellbeing topics that matter to them.
On Don’t Eat the Whole Elephant you’ll hear discussions about mental health, problem solving, the changes that vision loss can bring to your life and a range of other topics focused on wellbeing.
Whether it’s simple steps to self-care or regaining your independence, this series promises to give you a place to think about and your wellbeing without the elephant.
Episode 1: Problem Solving, part 1 – Small Steps
Change is hard and also inevitable.
Courtney and Cameron talk about breaking down a problem and taking small steps in order to achieve goals, how to reach out and ask for help and taking time each day for a small pleasure activity.
Episode 2: I’m Grumpy I Need to Exercise
Whether it be running five kilometres to walking around the block or dancing in the lounge to a favorite song, Nicholas and Jane believe in the mood enhancing effects exercise can bring.
Episode 3: Problem Solving, part 2 – Succeeding in Difficult Circumstances
What can be accomplished when there are so many challenges associated with vision loss? Courtney and Cameron discuss the importance of setting up systems and strategies to get around day-to-day challenges and support our wellbeing.
Keep visiting this page for more episodes each month.