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The separate Hunter and Central Coast Disability Employment Advisory Groups meet bi-monthly in each region and provide a forum for stakeholders to discuss local, state, and national issues, to pool resources and knowledge and - through cross-sectoral cooperation - enhance opportunities for the employment of people with disability. The Groups also seek to build capacity in employers and services to support students and job seekers to meaningful employment. Contact [email protected] to subscribe to our email network deag-list

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Gabriel Wingate-Pearse posted in Hunter & Central Coast Disability Employment Advisory Groups (DEAG)

20th Oct 20, 02:01 PM

Good afternoon, Next week, Social Futures is running two virtual information sessions (October 28 & 29) for school students, parents and carers - about the NDIS and how our Local Area Coordination program can help people to get the support that they need. There are two sessions, a morning and an afternoon session: • Wednesday, October 28, 10-11.30am • Thursday, October 29, 4-5.30pm

Good afternoon,

Next week, Social Futures is running two virtual information sessions (October 28 & 29) for school students, parents and carers - about the NDIS and how our Local Area Coordination program can help people to get the support that they need.

There are two sessions, a morning and an afternoon session:
• Wednesday, October 28, 10-11.30am
• Thursday, October 29, 4-5.30pm

We are asking people to register via the links provided in the attached flyer. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me at: [email protected] or 04994915606.

RB

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Rebecca Bishop posted in Hunter & Central Coast Disability Employment Advisory Groups (DEAG)

15th Oct 20, 05:20 PM

Good Afternoon, Next Step nominated for Resilience NSW Get Ready Community Award Next Step Community Services wishes to invite you to a live event ONLINE with the Minister for Police and Emergency services the Hon David Elliott MP and Commissioner of Resilience Shane Fitzsimmons on Tuesday 20th October 2020 at 12.15pm for the 2020 Resilience NSW awards Announcement. The Ask Me What I need? autism awareness training video for emergency services, has been nominated as a finalist.

Good Afternoon,
Next Step nominated for Resilience NSW Get Ready Community Award
Next Step Community Services wishes to invite you to a live event ONLINE with the Minister for Police and Emergency services the Hon David Elliott MP and Commissioner of Resilience Shane Fitzsimmons on Tuesday 20th October 2020 at 12.15pm for the 2020 Resilience NSW awards Announcement. The Ask Me What I need? autism awareness training video for emergency services, has been nominated as a finalist.

Next Step Community Services with Richard Eifler CEO and Project Manager Berinda Karp are very excited to be nominated and hear the results of the awards.
To watch the awards announcement join us online here from 12:15pm on Tuesday 20 October 2020.

If you would like to know more about the project as featured on ABC please follow the link to our Website! https://www.nextstep.org.au/post/
Please join me with congratulating Richard and Berinda with this project and will be excited to hear the results!

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Gabriel Wingate-Pearse posted in Hunter & Central Coast Disability Employment Advisory Groups (DEAG)

31st Aug 20, 09:52 AM

We are inviting interested services to our virtual ‘Meet your LAC’ event – a great opportunity to meet the Social Futures’ team delivering NDIS Local Area Coordination across the Central Coast. Due to COVID-19, our planned face-to-face event has moved online. We would love you to join us, via Zoom, to: • Find out more about our role as an NDIS ‘Partner in Community’ • Hear more about Social Futures • Meet the Social Futures’ Central Coast LAC team Session details

We are inviting interested services to our virtual ‘Meet your LAC’ event – a great opportunity to meet the Social Futures’ team delivering NDIS
Local Area Coordination across the Central Coast.

Due to COVID-19, our planned face-to-face event has moved online.
We would love you to join us, via Zoom, to:
• Find out more about our role as an NDIS ‘Partner in Community’
• Hear more about Social Futures
• Meet the Social Futures’ Central Coast LAC team

Session details
Virtual event: Zoom Meeting (link provided upon registration)
Date: Wednesday 23rd September 2019
Time: 2-3pm

Register now via Eventbrite here:
https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/virtual-meet-your-lac-central-coast-tickets-117929631703here

Contact:
Gabriel Wingate-Pearse on 0499 491 506
[email protected]