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27SEPPre-School Swimming Group (0 – 5 Years Old)
Location: Allambie Heights – This group is run by a Cerebral Palsy Alliance pyhsiotherapist to help improve the gross motor skills of children aged 0-5 years .
Through a combination of group and individual activities this group aims to use the water to develop children’s gross motor skills, including improved head control, sitting balance, crawling, standing, climbing and walking
This group is run by a physiotherapist
WHEN: Tuesdays throughout the school termWHERE: Captain Ron Patrick Memorial Pool, 5 Aquatic Drive, Frenchs Forest (Cerebral Palsy Alliance)TIME: 11.
27SEPStudent Placements and Disability: Experiences, Innovation and Planning for the FutureStudent Placements and Disability:Experiences, Innovation and Planning for the Future
9am to 3:30pm, Tuesday, 27 September 2016Location: Holiday Inn, Parramatta
Topics that will be covered:• Students and the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)• Importance of student placements in disability to develop the future workforce needed to meet the demands of the NDIS• Benefits that student placements bring to an organisation• Examples of how student placements have succeeded in a fee for service model• Resources for supporting student placements in the disability sector.
27SEPWheelchair Accessible Yoga Program
Cerebral Palsy Alliance’s Accessible Yoga program has been developed in response to interest shown by our clients.
This particular class is especially tailored for our clients in wheelchairs with limited mobility and high-needs who would love to give yoga a go.
27SEPCoffee Morning For Carers At St Ives
Come along with the person you are caring for and enjoy friendly coffee mornings which are held every second Tuesday of the month. If you are looking for information and advice to help you as a carer and would like to meet and talk with others in similar situations who understand how you are feeling, come along!
Where: The Living Room Cafe, St Ives Shopping VillageWhen: Every second Tuesday, from Tuesday 4 February 2014Time: 10:30am – 12:30pmFor more information or booking, please call Bettan Todd on (02) 9487 0535 or 0419 948 155.
27SEPBerala Community Information SessionThis information session is designed to help people with disability, as well as their families and carers, get ready for the National Disability Insurance Scheme that has commenced in your area on 1st July 2016.
The session will cover topics such as:
What is the NDIS and how does it work?
Am I eligible for the NDIS?
What will happen if I am made eligible?
What kind of support can I access through the NDIS?
Date: 28 September 2016
10am - 12pm (Auslan & Arabic Interpreters Avaliable)
6pm - 8pm (Auslan & Arabic Interpreters Avaliable)
Location: Berala Community Centre, Corner of Woodburn Road and Tilba Street, Berala NSW 2141
RSVP by 27 September 2016: NSWSydneyengagement@ndis.
You can look in our national Employer Directory to find local organisations in your area. It is also a great way to learn about the variety of organisations employing staff in the disability and community care sector. View our Employer Directory, or take a look at our Featured Employers below and get started!