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Activities and Programs

Social Skills Group (Free)  
Thursday 02/07/2015
The VU Psychology Clinic in Footscray will be running a Social Skills Group over six weeks during Terms 3 and Terms 4, 2015.
Free Music and Movement Playgroup  
Thursday 02/07/2015
Broadmeadows SDS Playgroup is run by a Special Education teacher, and meets every Friday morning 10:00-12:00, during the school term.
NAIDOC Week 2015  
Thursday 02/07/2015
Come and celebrate NAIDOC week at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum
Looking ahead leaving School  
Thursday 02/07/2015
Looking Ahead -Leaving School Planning for the future. This workshop is designed to provide you with information to start thinking about the future of your son or daughter beyond school. If you have any questions prior to the event or you are unsure of your username or password, please call the office on 1300 658 873.
Deaf Tennis Australia  
Thursday 02/07/2015
Variety of tennis activities (competitive, training and social) for kids, teens and adults.
Cerebral Palsy Support Network - SHARP Program  
Thursday 02/07/2015
The Cerebral Palsy Support Network offers the 'SHARP' (Social, Health and Recreation Program), which provides opportunities for young people with Cerebral Palsy to socalise and develop friendships in a relaxed and supported environment.
Asperger Sisterhood: celebrating our difference – a guided retreat day for women with Asperger’s Syndrome  
Friday 26/06/2015
Rachael Lee Harris will present a guided retreat day with the theme "Come Home to your Centre". This day will include teaching and experience on the practice of meditation, time to reflect and discover a deeper 'sense of self' through exercises in self-awareness.

News and Media Releases

National Anti-Racism Strategy and Racism. It Stops with Me Campaign  
Friday 26/06/2015
National Anti-Racism Strategy and Racism. It Stops with Me Campaign

Training and workshops

Paediatric Therapy & Workshops
Monday 30/03/2015
Paediatric Therapy & Workshops provides intensive treatment for children with cerebral palsy and other neuromotor issues, facilitates post-graduate training for allied health professionals, and conducts research into the effectiveness of Neuro-Developmental Treatment.


Building Social Cohesion in our Communities  
Friday 26/06/2015
Building Social Cohesion in our Communities is a new, free, interactive online resource to support development of strong, socially cohesive communities which was launched in Canberra last week.


Disability Loop  
Friday 26/06/2015
Disability Loop is a way to find out more about the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS).


LINK Community Transport
Monday 30/03/2015
LINK Community Transport Inc is a not for profit organisation providing transport solutions for people and communities in Melbourne, Victoria. LINK is committed to assisting older people and people with a disability and their carers to maintain an active and engaged social and civic life. This is facilitated by assisting clients to access social and recreational activities that fosters their capacity to ‘age in place’.