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Home Care Packages – Swan Hill information session

Are you aged 65 or over?

Do you need support to stay living at home?

An Intereach Home Care Package can be a helping hand to offer relief in areas of your life that is needed the most.

You and your personal goals are important to Intereach and we listen and help you design a care plan to maximize your independence at home and in your community.

Intereach Home Care Packages can help you live more comfortably in your own home by helping you with household duties and maintenance, personal care, nursing and other clinical services.

To find out more about Intereach Home Care Packages in the Swan Hill area, come along to our info session and afternoon tea on Tuesday the third of September at the Swan Hill RSL Club, 1.30-3.30pm

To RSVP please call the Intereach Community Support team on 1300 488 226

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Intereach takes part in Hay Lions Inclusion Day

What a privilege it was to be part of the Hay Lions Football and Netball Club’s recent Inclusion Day.
The day aimed to welcome and include all community members with a focus on mental health awareness, while also celebrating NAIDOC Week.
Two of our Hay office staff members – Liz and Loryn – manned the Intereach marquee, representing two of our programs, Ability Links and ROAR.
They offered an interactive ‘ROAR-some Recipes for Resilience’ stand, where local children had a ‘ROAR-some’ time icing their cupcakes with ‘Go-Go Green Gratitude’, ‘Electric Blue Express Empathy’ and ‘Yellow Mellow Mindfulness’ colours which reflected the Resilience Project’s motto of GEM (Gratitude, Empathy and Mindfulness). Below the cupcake icing, Liz and Loryn displayed some tips to help generate a positive and resilient lifestyle. The young people loved decorating their iced cupcakes, and there was also the offer of a ‘marshmallow hello hug’ as gratitude for the day.
“We had such an amazing time and were so grateful to be a part of the Inclusion Day community event,” Loryn said.
“The only downfall was that we only ordered just over 100 cupcakes and they were gobbled up within a few short hours! Thankfully we had some of the giant games from our Finley office to keep everyone entertained.
“It was a hugely successful day. There were over a thousand people there and there were the usual Saturday footy and netball matches taking place.
“A huge congratulations to the organisers and the community organisations and businesses who supported the day.”

 

 

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Mildura Office opening

About 80 people gathered for the official opening of our Mildura office last week.
Elder Susan Baxter from the First Peoples of the Millawa and Mallee performed the Welcome to Country, while there was also a traditional Smoking Ceremony.
Guests were treated to a delicious morning tea and heard from Intereach CEO Keryn Fox and NDIS participant Chris.
Keryn and Chris were also given the honour of cutting the cake to declare the office open.
Intereach senior manager for the Mallee NDIS area Kim Williams was the MC for the morning.
Kim encouraged people with questions about the NDIS, including those enquiring about early childhood early intervention, to call Intereach on 1300 488 226 or visit the Mildura office at 41 Ninth St.

Intereach partners with the NDIA to deliver Local Area Coordination (LAC) and Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) services in the NDIS Mallee service area. Mallee covers the local government areas of Rural City of Mildura, Rural City of Swan Hill, Buloke Shire, and Gannawarra Shire.

 

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