Are NDIS workshops confusing you and making you anxious? Come and learn techniques to become empowered and get ideas from others.
This workshop is interactive and feedback from carers has been positive, stating that the messages are easy to understand; spoken in simple language.
Although this is not an NDIS workshop, it gives you some hope and guidelines on what to do and will make the NDIS workshops make more sense!
Sue Dymond – mother and very active advocate for disability inclusion – is running the workshop, through her NFP organisation iDareU.
Date: Wednesday 4 May
Time: 10.00am – 2.30pm
Where: Mornington Library, 2 Queen St, Mornington
Cost: Free. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided.
RSVP: by April 28, email email@example.com or phone Sue on 0402 119 730.
See the website iDareU http://idareu.org.au/ for more information about what Sue is up to.
Feeling lonely or just want to make new friends? Come join the MDM Club for free. The Club is our disability and NDIS community where you can chat in a safe, tolerant and respectful environment. Our Club members include people with autism, depression, anxiety, mental illness, blindness, deafness and many other disabilities.
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