In this episode of Educator Yarns, Jessica Staines is joined by Rhi Sugars to discuss embedding Aboriginal perspectives with infants.

Rhi Sugars is a passionate disability advocate and someone who identifies as having a disability.

She has been an early childhood educator for fifteen years, spending much of that time working with children with disabilities and those who have experienced childhood trauma.

Since the birth of her son, a proud Wiradjuri young person with multiple disabilities, Rhi has focused her advocacy work on promoting the importance of cultural identity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children with disabilities and the benefits of including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives in inclusive learning curricula and physical environments.