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Intereach announced as an NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention Provider in Murrumbidgee

Intereach is delighted to have been announced as the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in the Murrumbidgee area.

As a NDIS partner, Intereach will deliver ECEI in the Local Government areas of Albury, Balranald, Berrigan, Bland, Carrathool, Coolamon, Cootamundra-Gundagai, Edward River, Federation, Greater Hume, Griffith, Hay, Leeton. Murray River, Murrumbidgee, Narrandera, Wagga Wagga and Wentworth.

Intereach already provides NDIS and ECEI services in the Loddon area of Victoria. Intereach also delivers the NDIS in the Murrumbidgee area on behalf of NDIS partner Social Futures.

The ECEI approach supports children aged 0-6 years who have a developmental delay or disability and their families/carers. ECEI works with families to help children develop the skills they need to take part in daily activities and achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said, “At Intereach we have significant experience in Early Childhood Early Intervention and are excited for the opportunity to draw upon this expertise to support local families. Evidence shows that timely support for a child with developmental delay before the age of six can significantly change that child’s developmental trajectory and overall quality of life. ECEI will allow us to work with families to understand their child’s support needs and provide the information they need to make informed choices about supports and services.”

Planning for the establishment of the ECEI program in Murrumbidgee is now underway.

Want to know more about ECEI?

Read the full announcement from the NDIS here

Further information on the Early Childhood Early Intervention program can be found on the ECEI page of the NDIS website

To see who all of the ECEI providers are in NSW (by Local Government Area) click here

Contact the NDIS directly on 1800 800 110 or visit the NDIS Website.

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Intereach announced as an NDIS Early Childhood Early Intervention Provider in Murrumbidgee

Intereach is delighted to have been announced as the Early Childhood Early Intervention (ECEI) provider for the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in the Murrumbidgee area.

As a NDIS partner, Intereach will deliver ECEI in the Local Government areas of Albury, Balranald, Berrigan, Bland, Carrathool, Coolamon, Cootamundra-Gundagai, Edward River, Federation, Greater Hume, Griffith, Hay, Leeton. Murray River, Murrumbidgee, Narrandera, Wagga Wagga and Wentworth.

Intereach already provides NDIS and ECEI services in the Loddon area of Victoria. Intereach also delivers the NDIS in the Murrumbidgee area on behalf of NDIS partner Social Futures.

The ECEI approach supports children aged 0-6 years who have a developmental delay or disability and their families/carers. ECEI works with families to help children develop the skills they need to take part in daily activities and achieve the best possible outcomes throughout their life.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said, “At Intereach we have significant experience in Early Childhood Early Intervention and are excited for the opportunity to draw upon this expertise to support local families. Evidence shows that timely support for a child with developmental delay before the age of six can significantly change that child’s developmental trajectory and overall quality of life. ECEI will allow us to work with families to understand their child’s support needs and provide the information they need to make informed choices about supports and services.”

Planning for the establishment of the ECEI program in Murrumbidgee is now underway.

Want to know more about ECEI?

Read the full announcement from the NDIS here

Further information on the Early Childhood Early Intervention program can be found on the ECEI page of the NDIS website

To see who all of the ECEI providers are in NSW (by Local Government Area) click here

Contact the NDIS directly on 1800 800 110 or visit the NDIS Website.

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Our new Links to Community

We’re thrilled this week to be introducing our Community Links program to our communities.

Intereach Community Links enhances the high quality service already being offered by our staff in linking local people to a range of services and supports available in their community.
Community Links was developed by Intereach staff and is built on the platform of a ‘no wrong door policy’ – essentially, everyone is welcome into any one of our 16 offices across southern NSW and Northern Victoria and our ‘Linkers’ will be there to help them “get the support they need, when they need it”.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said it’s an exciting time for the organisation which will this week start a recruitment campaign for Community Links staff in Griffith, Wagga, Bendigo, Kyneton, Mildura, Maryborough and Shepparton.
“Community Links is an extension of the good work our staff are already doing and builds on the Community Hubs model which is offered from our Deniliquin headquarters and some of our other smaller southern New South Wales offices,” Ms Fox said.

“We’re rolling out Community Links across our entire footprint. People can walk into any one of our offices off the street and feel confident they’ll be linked to the local services or community group they need.

“Community Links is designed to strengthen our foundation and reputation as a community leader in rural and regional areas. We’re committed to developing community infrastructure and supporting rural and regional communities, and Community Links is another exciting chapter in our organisation’s success story.”

So how will it work? The Community Links team will be made up of ‘Community Linkers’. In many cases, Community Linkers will be the first point of contact for people accessing our services for the first time.
There’ll be a Linker based at every office, allowing every Intereach office to now be open to the community from Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm.
Our Community Linkers will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to link people to where they need to go – whether it be internally to one of our programs, or externally to a mainstream support or community connection; they’ll be working towards greater accessibility and inclusion for all people and capturing information to help identify service gaps in our local communities.

Ms Fox said once recruitment has been completed Community Links will be officially launched.
“We’re sourcing Community Linkers both internally and externally. We’re looking for highly motivated, positive and personable people to become part of our Community Links team; they’ll in many ways be the ‘face of Intereach’, responsible for working with individuals, service providers and community groups to provide a locally based, single point of access to information, resources and services that are accessible to all members of the community.”

For more information on the Community Linker role, visit www.intereach.com.au or contact Senior Manager Community Engagement and Capacity Development Erin Smith on 1300 488 226

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Woman reading brochure next to Intereach staff member

Our new Links to Community

We’re thrilled this week to be introducing our Community Links program to our communities.

Intereach Community Links enhances the high quality service already being offered by our staff in linking local people to a range of services and supports available in their community.
Community Links was developed by Intereach staff and is built on the platform of a ‘no wrong door policy’ – essentially, everyone is welcome into any one of our 16 offices across southern NSW and Northern Victoria and our ‘Linkers’ will be there to help them “get the support they need, when they need it”.

Intereach CEO Keryn Fox said it’s an exciting time for the organisation which will this week start a recruitment campaign for Community Links staff in Griffith, Wagga, Bendigo, Kyneton, Mildura, Maryborough and Shepparton.
“Community Links is an extension of the good work our staff are already doing and builds on the Community Hubs model which is offered from our Deniliquin headquarters and some of our other smaller southern New South Wales offices,” Ms Fox said.

“We’re rolling out Community Links across our entire footprint. People can walk into any one of our offices off the street and feel confident they’ll be linked to the local services or community group they need.

“Community Links is designed to strengthen our foundation and reputation as a community leader in rural and regional areas. We’re committed to developing community infrastructure and supporting rural and regional communities, and Community Links is another exciting chapter in our organisation’s success story.”

So how will it work? The Community Links team will be made up of ‘Community Linkers’. In many cases, Community Linkers will be the first point of contact for people accessing our services for the first time.
There’ll be a Linker based at every office, allowing every Intereach office to now be open to the community from Monday to Friday, 9am until 5pm.
Our Community Linkers will be equipped with the skills and knowledge to link people to where they need to go – whether it be internally to one of our programs, or externally to a mainstream support or community connection; they’ll be working towards greater accessibility and inclusion for all people and capturing information to help identify service gaps in our local communities.

Ms Fox said once recruitment has been completed Community Links will be officially launched.
“We’re sourcing Community Linkers both internally and externally. We’re looking for highly motivated, positive and personable people to become part of our Community Links team; they’ll in many ways be the ‘face of Intereach’, responsible for working with individuals, service providers and community groups to provide a locally based, single point of access to information, resources and services that are accessible to all members of the community.”

For more information on the Community Linker role, visit www.intereach.com.au or contact Senior Manager Community Engagement and Capacity Development Erin Smith on 1300 488 226

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Intereach Vacation Care July 2018 program

Vacation Care July 2018

Want to learn karate, do gymnastics or go on fun excursions? The Intereach Deniliquin OOSH Vacation Care July 2018 school holiday program has just been released and bookings are now open.

We have a great range of fun activities and diverse experiences lined up, we’ll see you there!

Download the program below.

Need help booking in?

  • Read the Fact Sheets, and log in via the front page of the website (Just scroll down to bottom) or
  • Download the app
  • Phone us: 03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478

Need to contact us?

  • Email: oosh@intereach.com.au
  • Phone:  03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478
  • Drop into: Intereach Family Centre, 366 Trickett Street, Deniliquin 2710 (during OOSH hours), or the Intereach Neighbourhood Centre (on the corner of Trickett and Napier Streets)
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Intereach Vacation Care July 2018 program

Vacation Care July 2018

Want to learn karate, do gymnastics or go on fun excursions? The Intereach Deniliquin OOSH Vacation Care July 2018 school holiday program has just been released and bookings are now open.

We have a great range of fun activities and diverse experiences lined up, we’ll see you there!

Download the program below.

Need help booking in?

  • Read the Fact Sheets, and log in via the front page of the website (Just scroll down to bottom) or
  • Download the app
  • Phone us: 03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478

Need to contact us?

  • Email: oosh@intereach.com.au
  • Phone:  03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478
  • Drop into: Intereach Family Centre, 366 Trickett Street, Deniliquin 2710 (during OOSH hours), or the Intereach Neighbourhood Centre (on the corner of Trickett and Napier Streets)
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Local people bringing local knowledge to the NDIS

Locally based Intereach staff are set to become the local faces of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which starts across the Murrumbidgee and Far Western areas of NSW this week.

The NDIS will work to support people with disability to participate in and contribute to social and economic life, as well as provide certainty that people with disability will receive the care and support they need over their lifetime. The NDIS provides a number of ways to assist people with disability to exercise choice, pursue their goals and the planning and delivery of their supports. One of the ways this is done is through Local Area Coordination (LAC).

Intereach is delivering the NDIS in the Murrumbidgee and Far West area on behalf of NDIS Partner Social Futures.

Intereach NDIS Local Area Coordinators will work alongside local people with disability by using their local knowledge to help people with disability advocate, plan, organise and access the support and services they need to live a good life.

A team will work across the Murrumbidgee and Far Western area from offices in Albury, Buronga, Corowa, Cootamundra, Deniliquin, Finley, Griffith and Wagga Wagga.

Intereach LAC staff will be available via appointment in community based locations.

In order to ensure a smooth transition to the NDIS in NSW, people in the Murrumbidgee and Far Western areas will transition according to an agreed phasing plan. More information can be found at: http://ndis.nsw.gov.au/ready-for-ndis/ndis-rollout/murrumbidgee/ or http://ndis.nsw.gov.au/ready-for-ndis/ndis-rollout/far-west/

For more information about the NDIS in the Murrumbidgee and Far Western NSW area

Email: LAC.Murrumbidgee@ndis.gov.au ,  or

Telephone: 1800 522 679

Information about the NDIS including eligibility and access requirements can be found on the national NDIS website

www.ndis.gov.au or by calling the NDIA on 1800 800 110.

 

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Local people bringing local knowledge to the NDIS

Locally based Intereach staff are set to become the local faces of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) which starts across the Murrumbidgee and Far Western areas of NSW this week.

The NDIS will work to support people with disability to participate in and contribute to social and economic life, as well as provide certainty that people with disability will receive the care and support they need over their lifetime. The NDIS provides a number of ways to assist people with disability to exercise choice, pursue their goals and the planning and delivery of their supports. One of the ways this is done is through Local Area Coordination (LAC).

Intereach is delivering the NDIS in the Murrumbidgee and Far West area on behalf of NDIS Partner Social Futures.

Intereach NDIS Local Area Coordinators will work alongside local people with disability by using their local knowledge to help people with disability advocate, plan, organise and access the support and services they need to live a good life.

A team will work across the Murrumbidgee and Far Western area from offices in Albury, Buronga, Corowa, Cootamundra, Deniliquin, Finley, Griffith and Wagga Wagga.

Intereach LAC staff will be available via appointment in community based locations.

In order to ensure a smooth transition to the NDIS in NSW, people in the Murrumbidgee and Far Western areas will transition according to an agreed phasing plan. More information can be found at: http://ndis.nsw.gov.au/ready-for-ndis/ndis-rollout/murrumbidgee/ or http://ndis.nsw.gov.au/ready-for-ndis/ndis-rollout/far-west/

For more information about the NDIS in the Murrumbidgee and Far Western NSW area

Email: LAC.Murrumbidgee@ndis.gov.au ,  or

Telephone: 1800 522 679

Information about the NDIS including eligibility and access requirements can be found on the national NDIS website

www.ndis.gov.au or by calling the NDIA on 1800 800 110.

 

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NDIS News

What are Intereach NDIS Community Information sessions and workshops?

One of the ways you can learn more about the NDIS is by attending one of our Community Information sessions or workshops. These sessions cater for everyone, from those just learning about the NDIS to people who already have a plan in place.  We hold a variety of these sessions across our footprint every month. So what sessions do we offer and how can they help you?

Mobile Information Van (iVan) Visits:

Our NDIS Intereach Information Van, also known as iVan, is regularly out and about in our local communities. The iVans is regularly parked in towns for a few hours at a time and manned with friendly staff who are available to answer any of your questions about the NDIS, such as what support is available and how to access the scheme. If you would like to request that the iVan comes along to your town, place of business or local event please contact our friendly Community Engagement staff by calling 1300 488 226 or emailing lac@intereach.com.au for further details.

Community Information sessions:

These sessions are particularly useful for people who haven’t attended an information session before or could do with a refresher. They are designed as general information sessions about the NDIS, to help people with disability, their families and carers get ready for the NDIS.

Drop in session:

These sessions are aimed at participants who need assistance from a Local Area Coordinator to better understand their NDIS plan, along with other government agency supports. No appointment is necessary, just pop in for an informal chat.

 

Workshops
Implementation workshop:

These workshops are designed to assist participants who have already had a planning meeting to increase your understanding and confidence when implementing your NDIS plan. These workshops cover topics such as understanding your NDIS Plan, understanding NDIS budgets/Self-Management, what are Service Agreements and knowing where to find resources and supports.

Scheduled review workshop:

These workshops are aimed for current NDIS participants to learn more and prepare for the scheduled plan review process. This workshop looks at how you are progressing towards your personal goals, exploring new goals and identifying changes in your life.

A great way to keep up-to-date with our movements is by following our Facebook page

 

Do you want to keep up with news and events as we implement NDIS LAC and ECEI across Loddon, Goulburn, Mallee and Murrumbidgee?

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NDIS News

What are Intereach NDIS Community Information sessions and workshops?

One of the ways you can learn more about the NDIS is by attending one of our Community Information sessions or workshops. These sessions cater for everyone, from those just learning about the NDIS to people who already have a plan in place.  We hold a variety of these sessions across our footprint every month. So what sessions do we offer and how can they help you?

Mobile Information Van (iVan) Visits:

Our NDIS Intereach Information Van, also known as iVan, is regularly out and about in our local communities. The iVans is regularly parked in towns for a few hours at a time and manned with friendly staff who are available to answer any of your questions about the NDIS, such as what support is available and how to access the scheme. If you would like to request that the iVan comes along to your town, place of business or local event please contact our friendly Community Engagement staff by calling 1300 488 226 or emailing lac@intereach.com.au for further details.

Community Information sessions:

These sessions are particularly useful for people who haven’t attended an information session before or could do with a refresher. They are designed as general information sessions about the NDIS, to help people with disability, their families and carers get ready for the NDIS.

Drop in session:

These sessions are aimed at participants who need assistance from a Local Area Coordinator to better understand their NDIS plan, along with other government agency supports. No appointment is necessary, just pop in for an informal chat.

 

Workshops
Implementation workshop:

These workshops are designed to assist participants who have already had a planning meeting to increase your understanding and confidence when implementing your NDIS plan. These workshops cover topics such as understanding your NDIS Plan, understanding NDIS budgets/Self-Management, what are Service Agreements and knowing where to find resources and supports.

Scheduled review workshop:

These workshops are aimed for current NDIS participants to learn more and prepare for the scheduled plan review process. This workshop looks at how you are progressing towards your personal goals, exploring new goals and identifying changes in your life.

A great way to keep up-to-date with our movements is by following our Facebook page

 

Do you want to keep up with news and events as we implement NDIS LAC and ECEI across Loddon, Goulburn, Mallee and Murrumbidgee?

Subscribe to LAC E-News

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Bendigo FIDA Football Try Outs

Are you aged over 14 years? Do you live with disability, or attend a Kaliana or SDS School? Want to play Australian Rules Football? Join us and try FIDA footy!

We will be fielding a Bendigo FIDA footy team for the 2018 season.

So, if you would love to play footy, come along and have a go!

Learn new skills, meet new friends and have fun. Both male and female players are welcome.

Accessible parking and change facilities available

Interested in playing FIDA Footy?

When: Wednesday 7 and 14 March
Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm
Venue: Weeroona Oval, 347 Napier St, Bendigo, 3550
Bring: Runners or football boots and a drink bottle

Cost: FREE

For more information contactDaniel on Ph: 0409 327 449 or email intereach@intereach.com.au

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Five people enjoying playing football

Bendigo FIDA Football Try Outs

Are you aged over 14 years? Do you live with disability, or attend a Kaliana or SDS School? Want to play Australian Rules Football? Join us and try FIDA footy!

We will be fielding a Bendigo FIDA footy team for the 2018 season.

So, if you would love to play footy, come along and have a go!

Learn new skills, meet new friends and have fun. Both male and female players are welcome.

Accessible parking and change facilities available

Interested in playing FIDA Footy?

When: Wednesday 7 and 14 March
Time: 5:00pm-6:00pm
Venue: Weeroona Oval, 347 Napier St, Bendigo, 3550
Bring: Runners or football boots and a drink bottle

Cost: FREE

For more information contactDaniel on Ph: 0409 327 449 or email intereach@intereach.com.au

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OOSH Summer Holiday Program

The summer school holidays are just around the corner, so do you have your vacation child care sorted? Let OOSH help!
With fun activities ranging from dancing to swimming, craft and excursions, Intereach Deniliquin Out Of School Hours Vacation Care has loads of fun activities to keep your primary aged children busy these school holidays.
For more information Phone: 03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478

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OOSH Summer Holiday Program

The summer school holidays are just around the corner, so do you have your vacation child care sorted? Let OOSH help!
With fun activities ranging from dancing to swimming, craft and excursions, Intereach Deniliquin Out Of School Hours Vacation Care has loads of fun activities to keep your primary aged children busy these school holidays.
For more information Phone: 03 5890 5260 or 0428 554 478

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Visual Supports Workshop

Do you need to create your own visual supports? The Intereach Early Childhood Intervention team will host a free visual aid workshop in Deniliquin on Thursday 15 March. The workshop will allow participants to learn to  how to create effective visual aids and use them to their full potential. A light supper will be included.

The workshop will cover:
• Why we use visual supports
• The benefits of using visual supports in all areas of life
• How to select appropriate visual supports
• How to select between pictures, words and symbols
• Our favourite tools and materials to help create visual supports
• Our 8 most popular visual supports – how to create them and use them effectively
• Other visual supports to assist with communication
• How to effectively introduce visual supports
• Our best tips and tricks for effective creation and use of visual supports
• How to make visual supports in a way that is easy and cost effective
• You will leave with a personal ‘shopping list’ for beginning your own right away!

Workshop details

DATE: Thursday 15 March 2018
TIME: 5pm – 8pm
WHERE: Intereach Deniliquin Neighbourhood Centre,
Cnr Napier and Trickett Streets
COST: Free

Sound interesting?

Contact: Carla
Intereach Early Childhood Intervention Program
RSVP by 12 March 2018
Ph: 03 5890 5247

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NDIS Update – January 2019

Since our last E-News, we have been busy recruiting for local staff across Loddon, Mallee, Goulburn and Murrumbidgee to best support our communities.
From January 1 this year, the NDIS is now available in the Mallee and Goulburn regions. Most participants, families/carers and providers can expect contact from Intereach staff from now to support the development of their NDIS plan and form linkages to community and other government agency support.
If you’ve never connected with Intereach before, it’s natural that you might want to know more about us. Visit our website https://www.intereach.com.au/  to find out more about who we are and what other services we offer.

New Office Locations
Office Contact details
Shepparton 1 Sobraon Street, Shepparton
1300 488 226
ECEI@intereach.com.au
LAC@intereach.com.au
Mildura 41 Ninth Street, Mildura
1300 488 226
ECEI@intereach.com.au
LAC@intereach.com.au


International Day of People with a Disability

Intereach staff across NSW and Victoria joined in with local celebrations during International Day of People with a Disability (IDPWD) held formally on December 3, 2018. This year’s theme was access and inclusion in sport and the community.
Celebrations across the Intereach footprint included the launch of a recently installed kayak launcher for people with physical disabilities at Picnic Point near Mathoura, celebrating with the local community at the Bendigo Community Fest, taking part in the ‘Para Sports Come N Try’ event in Shepparton, enjoying good food and music in Albury, a poetry reading in Leeton, an Art in the Park celebration in Finley and taking part in outdoor activities and a BBQ in Mildura.

Check out why this day is important to one of our team members, Shivone: https://www.intereach.com.au/stories/shivones-inspirational-story/


 

NDIS resources and information

Three participant booklets are available to support people with disability and participants throughout their NDIS journey. The booklets are a practical tool to help people with disability, participants, their families, carers and the wider community to learn more about the NDIS, prepare for a planning meeting and to implement their plan.
The booklets are intended for use throughout a person’s NDIS journey and can be used to record key information, write questions and collect thoughts.
Booklet 1 – Understanding the NDIS
Booklet 1 covers:

  • Learning about the NDIS
  • Deciding whether to apply for the NDIS
  • Accessing the NDIS

Booklet 2 – Planning
Booklet 2 covers:

  • Understanding your current supports
  • Creating an NDIS plan to achieve your goals
  • Receiving an approved NDIS plan

Booklet 3 – Using your NDIS plan
Booklet 3 covers:

  • Understanding what’s in your plan
  • Learning how to use your plan
  • Choosing and managing supports and services
  • Reviewing your plan and progress

Want to know more about Self-Managing your NDIS plan? Check out the NDIS website to find out more.
Last edition we introduced you to what is Local Area Coordination and Early Childhood Early Intervention, follow the links to find out more.

Local Government Areas included in NDIS regions

Region Local Government Areas
Murrumbidgee Albury, Berrigan, Bland, Broken Hill, Coolamon, Edward River, Federation, Greater Hume, Griffith, Gundagai, Hay (ECEI only), Hilltops, Junee, Leeton, Lockhart, Murray River, Murrumbidgee, Narrandera, Snowy Valleys, Temora, Wagga Wagga
Lower Fast West Balranald, Wentworth
Goulburn Greater Shepparton, Mitchell, Moira, Murrindindi and Strathbogie
Loddon Campaspe, Central Goldfields, Greater Bendigo, Loddon, Macedon Ranges, Mount Alexander
Mallee Buloke, Gannawarra, Mildura, Swan Hill


Where will we be during January and February?

A key part of our role is getting out and about in community to run NDIS information sessions, plan readiness, plan implementation, plan review workshops, as well as being present at events, festivals and other key places with our iVan. We have lots of great resources and fantastic staff who are happy to discuss any questions or concerns you may have or offer support to access the scheme.

This newsletter will always include a schedule of where and when we will be in your community, so feel free to come and say hello. Another great way to keep up-to-date with our movements is by following our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/intereachdeniliquin/

Murrumbidgee

Albury
NDIS Self-Management Information Session
Wednesday 30 January 2019
10.30am – 12.30pm & 4.30pm – 6pm
Intereach Albury, 553 David St, Albury, NSW, 2640

NDIS Plan Implementation/Service Agreement Information Session
Wednesday 6 February 2019
10.30am – 12.30pm & 4.30pm – 6pm
Intereach Albury, 553 David St, Albury, NSW, 2640

Goulburn

Alexandra
NDIS Information Table
Thursday 31 January 2019
10am – 1pm
Alexandra Library, 49 Grant St, Alexandra, VIC, 3714

Broadford
NDIS Information Table
Tuesday 29 January 2019
10am – 1pm
Nexus Primary Health, 72 Ferguson St, Broadford, VIC, 3658

Cobram
NDIS Information Table
Tuesday 22 January 2019
10am – 1pm
Cobram Community House, 43 Punt Rd, Cobram, VIC, 3644

Euroa
NDIS Information Table
Thursday 24 January 2019
11am – 2pm
Euroa Library, 62 Binney St, Euroa, VIC, 3666

Kinglake
NDIS Information Table
Wednesday 6 February 2019
11am – 2pm
Kinglake Library, 19 Whittlesea-Kinglake Rd, Kinglake, VIC, 3673

Murchison
NDIS Information Table
Monday 18 February 2019
10am – 1pm
Murchison Neighbourhood House, 23 Impey St, Murchison, VIC, 3610

Numurkah
NDIS Information Table
Wednesday 6 February 2019
10am – 1pm
Dyson’s IGA, 2-4 Melville St, Numurkah, VIC, 3636

Seymour
NDIS Information Table
Wednesday 20 February 2019
10am – 1pm
O’Keefe’s IGA, 10/115 Anzac Ave, Seymour, VIC, 3660

Violet Town
NDIS Information Table
Tuesday 19 February 2019
10am – 1pm
Violet Town Community House, Cowslip St, Violet Town, VIC, 3669

Loddon

Boort
NDIS Drop In Session
Tuesday 19 February 2019
10am – 2pm
Boort Resource & Information Centre, 119-121 Godfrey St, Boort, VIC, 3537

Maryborough
NDIS Drop In Session
Tuesday 5 February 2019
12.30pm – 4.30pm
Maryborough Community House, 23 Primrose St, Maryborough, VIC, 3465

Mallee

Kerang
Gannawarra Disability & Carers Expo
Monday 21 January 2019
2pm – 3.30pm & 4.30pm – 6.30pm
Kerang Memorial Hall, Nolan St, Kerang, VIC, 3579

NDIS Information Table
Thursday 14 February 2019
10am – 1pm
Outside of NAB, 44 Victoria St, Kerang, VIC, 3579

Mildura
NDIS Mini Expo
Tuesday 22 January 2019
10am – 2pm
SuniTAFE Student Hub, 453 Benetook Ave, Mildura, 3500

Swan Hill
NDIS Information Table
Wednesday 16 January 2019
10am – 1pm
Outside of Clark’s Gift Salon, 183 Campbell Street, Swan Hill, VIC, 3584

NDIS Information Table
Wednesday 13 February 2019
10am – 1pm
Outside of Clark’s Gift Salon, 183 Campbell Street, Swan Hill, VIC, 3584

Additional sessions will be scheduled for upcoming months which will be promoted through the Intereach website, Facebook, E-News and flyers in your local community.

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Sports day for all to enjoy

Two of our ‘Linkers’ – Ben and Suzanne – partnered with Lockhart Council to host an inclusive sports day, which was attended by more than 100 students and their teachers.

Our Ability Links program put forward the funding to make the Sports-Ability Fun Day possible, while the day was facilitated by development coaches from Cricket NSW, Wheelchair Sports NSW, Riverina AFL, NRL and Hockey NSW.

The students ranged in age from 11 to 18 and enjoyed playing each discipline at the Lockhart Recreation Ground. They also enjoyed a sausage sizzle and fresh fruit for lunch and received a free water bottle donated by Riverina Water.

A survey conducted at the conclusion showed 86% of students had an ‘awesome’ day. The success was also confirmed with several schools saying they would like this to be an annual event.

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