Early Days Moving Forward workshops


This is a free ‘Meet and Greet’ workshop for all parents and guardians of children with disability aged 0 – 12 years. The workshop topics include information on education, advocacy, free carer supports and services that are available to you. The workshops are also designed for parents/carers who are seeking information on the ECEI and NDIS pathways, planning processes and tools.

There will be opportunities for families to discuss and share experiences, challenges and aspirations for the future with other families.

 
Guest Speakers include representatives from: the Department of Education, Disability Advocacy, and NDIS ECEI (Early Childhood Early Intervention) partners and LAC (Local Area Coordination) Partners.
 
All workshops will be facilitated face to face, however, please note that the South Coast workshop will be facilitated online via Zoom.

Please note the Grafton workshop has moved to 24th June 2021 due to a conference clash. 

The list of venues are below:
 
  • Gymea: Tradies Gymea, 57 Manchester Road, Gymea, 2227
  • Liverpool: Club Liverpool, 185 George Street, Liverpool, 2170
  • Ryde: North Ryde RSL, Cnr Pittwater and Magdala Roads, North Ryde, NSW, 2113
  • Campbelltown: Campbelltown RSL, 1 Carberry Lane, Campbelltown NSW 2560
  • Grafton: Grafton District Services Club, 105-107 Mary Street, NSW, 2460
  • South Coast: Online

If you have any queries please contact 02 9280 4744 to talk with an Education and Training team member or Email: education@carersnsw.org.au

 
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