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You are cordially invited to a crafty gathering at the Box Factory Community Centre!
Expect crocheting, knitting, embroidery, etc with friendly company! Bring along whatever project you are working on or just come for chats and afternoon tea with people who like making things.
10:00 am – 12:30 pm AEDT
Our Disability Inclusion and Equality Workshops are practical and cost-effective, and suitable for participants from arts organisations, non-for-profits, corporate and government
Our Come and Try Golf clinics are the best way to introduce new people to golf for the very first time, or to reintroduce former players to the game they love after accident or illness.
This event is open to anyone interested in actions, ideas and referrals which might be related to business ideas and careers, community and disability services, coaching and professional services, education and employment, entrepreneurship and start-ups, events and workshops, fashion and food, health and well-being, products and tech, trades, skills and training.
Come along to our end of year celebration for members and friends of the JFY Peer Support Networks. The event will include youth speakers, games, food and fun - run for and by young people living with disability.
This free party will be a chance to connect with old friends and make news ones.
We will be reflecting on 2019 and making plans for 2020.
Hosted by Imagine Nations Church. All ticket proceeds will be donated to our local charity WestCare Community Services. Seats not claimed by ticket holders by 4pm may be given away. 4PM SESSION TIME, Doors open at 3:45pm
Tea Tree Gully Library has an internal viewing area of Civic Park Carols exclusively available for people with a disability and their carer/family, for those who wish to watch the carols in a safe environment.
Our Come and Try Golf Clinics are the ideal way to introduce people living with a disability to golf for the first time, or to reintroduce former players to the game they love after accident or illness.
Nominations are now open for the 14th annual Suncoast Spinners Wheelchair Basketball tournament on January 17 - 19, 2020.
Take an aquatic adventure with our supportive team and a bunch of the coolest kids.
Water is a great sensory play and quite therapeutic.
Meet us at the office on Beach Rd at 9am to take a private bus, from there participants will be transported to the Marion Outdoor Pool under supervision of our experienced team, including aquatic trained staff. Whilst at the pool, children have unlimited access to pools and waterslides. Where necessary, staff will be able to slide in tandem with a child.
Developing independence with using the toilet is a milestone for children which involves a range of motor, language and thinking skills.
This training will give volunteers the opportunity to ask questions, learn strategies, and gain confidence in order to engage positively with people with disability.
Everything students, families-carers, schools, services and providers need to know about moving to life after school or other study with disability… education, employment, apprenticeships/traineeships, community connections, advocacy, disability services, support services, information, and more!