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Nathalia performance a boost for Tamia’s singing career 

 Echuca’s Tamia Connor-Walsh loves singing, especially when she has written her own music. 

And her singing career has been given a boost, thanks to her personal efforts and the support she has received from the team at the Echuca Intereach office. 

Tamia recently performed at the GRAIN Store, in Nathalia, a rural arts centre that hosts exhibitions, performances and workshops. 

It was holding an art opening for International Day of People With Disability, and this was considered an ideal opportunity for Tamia to show her talents. 

Intereach Community Links staff member Tracey Molluso had been working with 15year-old Tamia, who lives with Autism and was struggling to find something engaging and meaningful in which to participate. 

Tracey discovered Tamia’s passion for singing and writing her own music and was keen to explore avenues that might lead to a career path in this field. 

That’s when the opportunity to perform at the GRAIN Store arose. 

“I loved performing there and hope I get the chance to do it again,” Tamia said. 

Open Day organisers at the GRAIN Store were impressed with Tamia and said they will keep her in mind for future events where she may be able to perform. 

“When I first spoke to Tamia and her mum Nicole about the possibility of singing at the GRAIN Store they were very keen. She had previously performed at school and in Echuca, but this was the first engagement outside her home town,” Tracey said. 

“The success of her performance has opened up the opportunity for Tamia to sing at other events in the region. 

“Tamia is usually a shy young lady, so it was wonderful to see her shine on stage; her confidence was amazing,” Tracey added. 

The Intereach Community Links team, of which Tracey is a part, was established this year to help ‘link’ community members to the appropriate services and support that are available. 

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*Update* Offices closed due to poor air quality

Albury / Bendigo / Corowa

Our Albury, Bendigo and Corowa offices at this stage will remain closed until 9am on Tuesday, January 14 due to poor air quality in these regions.
If you have a pre-arranged appointment with a staff member at our Albury or Bendigo office, please press the doorbell when you arrive.
If you have a pre-arranged appointment with a staff member or require Centrelink services at our Corowa office, please knock on the door when you arrive.
Staff at these offices may be available for appointment-only meetings if necessary for the remainder of this week and next Monday, January 13.
Intereach staff will still be available via phone during this time on 1300 488 226.


We acknowledge that this may be inconvenient but are acting in the best interests of our staff, participants and volunteers to ensure their health and safety during this horrific bushfire season.
If you are an Intereach participant receiving NDIS Local Area Coordination, NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention or Home Care Package support in or near the bushfire affected areas, an Intereach team member may be in contact with you or a family member / carer to check on your wellbeing, reschedule planned appointments and discuss options for your service during this time.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
If you are experiencing wheezing, chest tightness and difficulty breathing, call Triple Zero (000) immediately. If you have concerns about your health you should seek medical advice or call Nurse On Call on 1300 606 024
For all queries about Intereach services and possible disruption to services, please call 1300 488 226.

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Offices closed due to poor air quality

Our Albury, Bendigo and Corowa offices will be closed for the remainder of this week (6/1/2020 – 10/1/2020) due to poor air quality in those regions.

If you have an appointment with a staff member at our Albury office, please press the doorbell when you arrive.

If you have an appointment with a staff member at our Bendigo office, please press the doorbell when you arrive.

If you are meeting with a staff member or require Centrelink services at our Corowa office, please knock on the door when you arrive.

Staff will be available for appointment-only meetings if necessary for the remainder of this week.
Intereach staff will still be available via phone during this time on 1300 488 226.

We acknowledge that this may be inconvenient but are acting in the best interests of our staff, participants and volunteers to ensure their health and safety during this horrific bushfire season.

If you are an Intereach participant receiving NDIS Local Area Coordination, NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention or Home Care Package support in or near the bushfire affected areas, an Intereach team member may be in touch with you to check on your well-being, reschedule planned appointments and discuss options for your service during this time.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you are experiencing wheezing, chest tightness and difficulty breathing, call Triple Zero (000) immediately. If you have concerns about your health you should seek medical advice or call Nurse On Call on 1300 606 024

For all queries about Intereach services and possible disruption to services, please call 1300 488 226.

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Potential interruption to Intereach services  

Due to poor air quality across parts of our service area we would like to advise that some Intereach services may be impacted in affected regions. We acknowledge that this may be inconvenient but are acting in the best interests of our staff, participants and volunteers to ensure their health and safety during this horrific bushfire season.

If you are an Intereach participant receiving NDIS Local Area Coordination, NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention or Home Care Package support in or near the bushfire affected areas, an Intereach team member may be in touch with you to reschedule planned appointments and discuss options for your service during this time. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

If you are experiencing wheezing, chest tightness and difficulty breathing, call Triple Zero (000) immediately. If you have concerns about your health you should seek medical advice or call Nurse On Call on 1300 606 024

For all queries about Intereach services and possible disruption to services, please call 1300 488 226.

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