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Sam Conn posted in Coonamble 2829 - Community Information

24th Sep 20, 10:29 AM

Are you a parent looking for a break and somewhere to relax?

Then come along to our Parent's Time Out! Join in with different activities such as craft, cooking, knitting, sewing and general social interaction.

On every Friday during the school term at the Youth Centre.

We look forward seeing you there!

DS

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Dee-Dee San Jose posted in Community Announcements

22nd Sep 20, 01:20 PM

GET TO KNOW YOUR LOCAL SERVICES IN FAIRFIELD- 10 November 2020 Are you a parent or a carer living in Fairfield or surrounding areas? Are you interested in meeting your local community services? If you answered yes, then this pop-up session is for you! Join us for a virtual Meet and Greet including an introduction to: The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association’s Community Connectors program Mission Australia South West Early Childhood Support and Macarthur Community College

GET TO KNOW YOUR LOCAL SERVICES IN FAIRFIELD- 10 November 2020

Are you a parent or a carer living in Fairfield or surrounding areas? Are you interested in meeting your local community services?

If you answered yes, then this pop-up session is for you!

Join us for a virtual Meet and Greet including an introduction to:
The Multicultural Disability Advocacy Association’s Community Connectors program
Mission Australia South West Early Childhood Support and
Macarthur Community College

Online Information Session
1pm - 2pm, Tuesday, 10 November 2020

Bookings are essential and places are limited. Please register below by 9 November 2020
bit.ly/fairfield-popup-session-nov2020

Regards,
Dee-Dee San Jose
Facilitation Project

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Dee-Dee San Jose posted in Community Announcements

22nd Sep 20, 01:13 PM

GET TO KNOW YOUR LOCAL SERVICES IN FAIRFIELD- 13 October 2020 Are you a parent or a carer living in Fairfield or surrounding areas? Are you interested in meeting your local community services? If you answered yes, then this pop-up session is for you! Join us for a virtual Meet and Greet including an introduction to: Lost in Books Uniting HIPPY Fairfield Learning Links HIPPY Cabramatta and Settlement Services International Multicultural Peer Network

GET TO KNOW YOUR LOCAL SERVICES IN FAIRFIELD- 13 October 2020

Are you a parent or a carer living in Fairfield or surrounding areas?
Are you interested in meeting your local community services?

If you answered yes, then this pop-up session is for you!

Join us for a virtual Meet and Greet including an introduction to:
Lost in Books
Uniting HIPPY Fairfield
Learning Links HIPPY Cabramatta and
Settlement Services International Multicultural Peer Network

Online Information Session
1pm - 2pm, Tuesday, 13 October 2020

Bookings are essential and places are limited.
Please register below by 12 October 2020
bit.ly/fairfield-popup-session-oct2020

Regards,
Dee-Dee San Jose
Facilitation Project: Bankstown, Fairfield, Liverpool

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Silvia Bethencourt posted in Community Announcements

19th Sep 20, 08:38 PM

Essential news, resources, training opportunities and events for the NSW community sector: latest NCOSS e-News https://bit.ly/2HfTwfP

Subscribe to get it in your Inbox: https://communityconnective.com.au/subscribe

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Joanne Chivers posted in Disability Inclusion Network Central Coast

15th Sep 20, 08:09 AM

Our St Vincent de Paul Society Community Linkers program will cease on the 30th of September 2020. We will continue accepting enquiries up until the end of September. At this time we are working with people on time-limited, achievable goals with the focus on linking to others if supports are needed post September.

Our St Vincent de Paul Society Community Linkers program will cease on the 30th of September 2020.

We will continue accepting enquiries up until the end of September. At this time we are working with people on time-limited, achievable goals with the focus on linking to others if supports are needed post September.

If you require any support post this date the Local Area Coordination (LAC) program now provide support to all people with disability, their families and carers regardless of whether they are eligible for the NDIS or not.

We encourage you to reach out to them directly using the following contact details:

Settlement Services International (SSI) cover Sydney and South Western Sydney. Contact them on 1800 960 975 or
[email protected]

Latrobe Community Health Service cover South Eastern Sydney. Contact them on 1800 242 696 or visit
https://www.lchs.com.au/contact-lchs/

Uniting cover Northern Sydney, Western Sydney and Hunter New England. Contact them on 1800 864 846 or
[email protected]

Social Futures cover Central Coast Region. Contact them on 1800 522 679 or visit
https://socialfutures.org.au/ndis-lac/

The Community Linkers have thoroughly enjoyed working alongside people to make connections to their local communities whilst also working alongside community groups, services and organizations to further their journey in creating a more Inclusive and accessible community.

We thank you for all of the support that you have given us whether that be by promoting the good works of the Community Linkers program, working in partnership with us or by using us as a referral pathway to support our community members to live a full and valued life.

JF

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Jodie Frost-Foster posted in Disability Inclusion Network Central Coast

11th Sep 20, 10:29 AM

Central Coast Council is wanting to hear from people living on the Coast with lived experience of disability, their families, friends and carers as well as people working in the sector to have their say on what should be in Council’s new 4 year Disability Inclusion Action Plan.

Central Coast Council is wanting to hear from people living on the Coast with lived experience of disability, their families, friends and carers as well as people working in the sector to have their say on what should be in Council’s new 4 year Disability Inclusion Action Plan.

Council is hosting a series of online community forums (dates and links to each to register below) as well as an online survey open until 30 September. Use this link to Council’s Your Voice Our Coast page to complete the survey. There is also an Easy English version of the survey here. https://www.yourvoiceourcoast.com/all-projects/disability-inclusion-action-plan

Forum Dates:
Thursday 17 September, 1:00 https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/have-your-say-disability-inclusion-online-forums-tickets-119047864367

Tuesday 22 September, 5:30pm https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/have-your-say-disability-inclusion-online-forums-tickets-119049164255

Thursday 24 September, 10:30am https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/have-your-say-disability-inclusion-online-forums-tickets-119049252519

For further information contact,
Jodie Frost-Foster, 0408430987
or
Celia Pennycook, 0438 624 774

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Suzanne Field and Sumrah Khan posted in Jobs Board

9th Sep 20, 02:04 PM
Updated 16th Sep 20, 03:30 PM by Suzanne Field and Sumrah Khan

Greenacre Community Playgroup is a supported playgroup for children ages 0-5. Our playgroup is seeking volunteers experienced in playgroup facilitation or Child Care to join it's friendly team. This is a permanent part-time position reporting directly to the playgroup coordinator's. Role responsibilities include: - Making resources for playgroup sessions - Providing support to coordinator's to carry out playgroup learning experiences - Greet and Farewell playgroup attendees

Greenacre Community Playgroup is a supported playgroup for children ages 0-5. Our playgroup is seeking volunteers experienced in playgroup facilitation or Child Care to join it's friendly team. This is a permanent part-time position reporting directly to the playgroup coordinator's.

Role responsibilities include:
- Making resources for playgroup sessions
- Providing support to coordinator's to carry out playgroup learning experiences
- Greet and Farewell playgroup attendees
- Ensure sign-in / attendance records are properly filled in by attendees
- Know basic First Aid and CPR to assist in emergencies
- Sanitize toys and equipment
- Set-up and Pack away of equipment.

Skills you will acquire include:
- listening to children
- offering comfort to children when needed
- resolving minor social skill issues
- Assistance with age appropriate activities for infants, toddlers and preschooler's with arts/craft, reading, writing, singing, dancing and playing games.

For more information for this position, please fill in a volunteer application at the Greenacre Community Centre, 87 Waterloo RD. NSW. 2190 or Email: [email protected]

KT

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Kathy Theofilopoulou posted in Jobs Board

8th Sep 20, 03:31 PM

BCRG is a non profit organisation, registered charity and NDIS provider which has been dedicated to working with children and families for over 30 years. We are currently seeking a Speech Pathologist and an Occupational Therapist who have enthusiasm and a genuine commitment to achieving positive outcomes for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Development Disability 0-12 years. New graduates are welcome to apply. Applications close at 5pm on Friday 25 September 2020.

BCRG is a non profit organisation, registered charity and NDIS provider which has been dedicated to working with children and families for over 30 years.

We are currently seeking a Speech Pathologist and an Occupational Therapist who have enthusiasm and a genuine commitment to achieving positive outcomes for children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder or Development Disability 0-12 years.

New graduates are welcome to apply.

Applications close at 5pm on Friday 25 September 2020.

For more information for these positions please see attached job description and/or contact Louise Scarcella, Executive Officer on [email protected] or 9796 2931

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