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Activities and Programs

I CAN Network Camp  
Monday 02/03/2015
I CAN Network's young adults camp, hosted by I CAN's tertiary networks, will empower young adults (aged 18 - 30) on the Autism Spectrum to live the 'I Can' attitude. It will equip participants with the confidence to be leaders in our growing network.
Give your story the chance to be seen on the big screen  
Monday 02/03/2015
‘Spectrospective: Stories of Autism’ will screen at selected Village Cinemas sensory friendly film sessions (SFF) for World Autism Awareness Day, 2 April, 2015. Which means your story could end up on the big screen. Download the starter kit and begin filming your 3-5 minute video now.
An Introduction To Working With Individuals Who Have Self-Destructive Behaviour - 2 day workshop  
Monday 02/03/2015
SAFE in Oz will be presenting ‘An Introduction To Working With Individuals Who Have Self-Destructive Behaviour’ a 2 day workshop
The Bowling 101 Program  
Monday 02/03/2015
Blind Sports Victoria and the Victorian Ten Pin Bowling Association partner to bring an the Bowling 101 program to people with a vision impairment and family and friends.
Equal Opportunity for Disability Advocates  
Monday 02/03/2015
Learn how to use Victorian human rights and equal opportunity laws to strengthen your advocacy to achieve better outcomes, improved services and greater access. Ideally suited to community advocates and self advocates
Frame of Mind Exhibition 2015  
Monday 02/03/2015
If you are an artist with an ASD, we invite you to submit images of your work for possible inclusion in the 2015 exhibition. This is an exciting opportunity to be part of an Autism Awareness campaign launched by OTARC and La Trobe University, and to show your work in a significant group exhibition

Diversity

Harmony Day 2015  
Monday 02/03/2015
Harmony Day (21 March) celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.

Funding

Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples' Education Fund  
Monday 02/03/2015
The Australian Disability and Indigenous Peoples’ Education Fund is open for applications.The fund is looking to distribute small quarterly grants of up to $2,500 to assist people with disabilities to continue their learning.

Training and workshops

I believe in inclusion but I don’t know how to do it  
Monday 02/03/2015
This course is a learning event for those who are serious about exploring and discovering opportunities for welcome contribution and connection that are abound within our communities for people with a disability.
FREE Hanen TalkAbility Information Session  
Monday 02/03/2015
Free Hanen 'TalkAbility' information session for interested parents. This Hanen Program has been designed for parents of verbal children on the Autism Spectrum, including children with Asperger Syndrome, aged 3 – 7 years. The TalkAbility program teaches parents how to help their child learn social communication skills.
The Traffic Jam In My Brain  
Monday 02/03/2015
The Traffic Jam In My Brain is a Sensory Processing Approach to Challenges Associated with Autism, ADHD, ADD, Learning and Behavioural Differences.

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Changing Places  
Monday 02/03/2015
The Melton Library and Learning Hub has a fully accessible toilet, complete with adult change table and hoist.