Northern Sydney District

Showing 1 - 10 of 23 results.

Free Domestic Violence Training 2 Day Workshop - DV-alert is a...

Posted by Training Manager - 29th Aug 18, 01:03 PM

Free Domestic Violence Training 2 Day Workshop - DV-alert is a nationally recognised training program that enables health, allied health and frontline workers to recognise the signs of domestic and family violence, respond to someone subjected to domestic and family violence and know what best practice methods should be used to refer people on to the most appropriate support service. Workshop on 25 and 26 September Balgowlah near Manly (on city bus route, 5 min bus or taxi from Manly Wharf).

“Dealing with Anger and Violence in the Teenage Years” – A...

Posted by Tom Fegent - 25th Jul 17, 03:24 PM

“Dealing with Anger and Violence in the Teenage Years” – A Parent Forum Dee Why PCYC 31st August 2017 It is becoming apparent to local services that parents are struggling to manage conflict and violence by young people in the home. This is a complex issue and can impact on relationships which could lead to family breakdown. To meet the needs of parents and address community concerns we have organised a free speaker’s night.

As the national leader in outcomes measurement, Fams is hosting...

Posted by Jessica Smith - 12th Oct 16, 03:17 PM

As the national leader in outcomes measurement, Fams is hosting a series of forums across New South Wales to assist the community sector in meeting the challenges of change.
We want to start the conversation on preparing for the challenges that are about to face the community sector.

Go to www.fams.asn.au to find your nearest event and register!

National Amputee Awareness Week 4 - 11 October 2016

Event posted by Fay Keegan - 18th Aug 16, 02:28 PM

Limbs 4 Life is the peak charity for amputees in Australia and provides services to tens of thousands of amputees and their care givers who rely on our programs and services for assistance pre and post amputation. Without Limbs 4 Life many amputees and people with congenital limb deficiencies would go through the trauma of limb loss alone.

NATIONAL AMPUTEE AWARENESS WEEK 4 - 11 OCTOBER 2016Limbs 4 Life is the...

Posted by Fay Keegan - 18th Aug 16, 02:19 PM

NATIONAL AMPUTEE AWARENESS WEEK 4 - 11 OCTOBER 2016 Limbs 4 Life is the peak charity for amputees in Australia and provides services to tens of thousands of amputees and their care givers who rely on our programs and services for assistance pre and post amputation. Without Limbs 4 Life many amputees and people with congenital limb deficiencies would go through the trauma of limb loss alone.

Limbs 4 Life is the peak charity for amputees in Australia...

Posted by Fay Keegan - 18th Aug 16, 02:12 PM

Limbs 4 Life is the peak charity for amputees in Australia and provides services to tens of thousands of amputees and their care givers who rely on our programs and services for assistance pre and post amputation. Without Limbs 4 Life many amputees and people with congenital limb deficiencies would go through the trauma of limb loss alone.

Community Pathways - A Powerful Means to an Inclusive Life

Event shared by Karen Tippett - 8th Aug 16, 09:16 AM

There is much discussion as the NDIS emerges across Australia concerning inclusion of people with disability. What authentic inclusion is has already been seriously misunderstood to the detriment of people with disability. This workshop will clearly define what it means to be included and how to be mindful of the trappings of less effective practices.

Inclusive Education

Event shared by Karen Tippett - 8th Aug 16, 09:15 AM

After more than 40 years of practice and research, the full inclusion of students with intellectual and other disabilities in regular education classrooms continues to be problematic and often controversial. Attend this workshop to define and embark on quality inclusive schooling that benefits ALL children. Presented by internationally acclaimed speakers Bruce Uditsky and Anne Hughson the workshop will:

Inclusive Education

Event posted by Karen Tippett - 5th Aug 16, 12:02 PM

After more than 40 years of practice and research, the full inclusion of students with intellectual and other disabilities in regular education classrooms continues to be problematic and often controversial. Attend this workshop to define and embark on quality inclusive schooling that benefits ALL children. Presented by internationally acclaimed speakers Bruce Uditsky and Anne Hughson the workshop will: