Become a Leader Online is here!
The Become a Leader face-to-face program has reached over 190 people across 13 locations. Now we’re online so every person with disability can become a leader and take control! It is a four topic e-learning course that will take you through becoming a leader in your own life and in the community around you. Throughout the course you’ll have access to a forum where you can connect and be mentored. We have got together a group of key leaders who will drive this mentoring process.
Graduates of both the online and face-to-face program have a larger forum open to them, with the chance to network and connect with other leaders from across NSW and even Australia! Graduates from our face-to-face program will receive an email letting them know their login details for the forum.
Become a Leader Online is for everybody. Whether you just want some help speaking up at family dinners or you have plans to run for local council, you will gain valuable skills by completing the program.
Sign up at Become a Leader and unlock your potential today!
My Learning Passport is designed to support people with intellectual or learning disability to get ready for the NDIS. It is based on the successful face to face Plan ahead workshops, delivered around Queensland in 2015, for QDN’s Ready to go project, an NDIS Participant Readiness activity funded by the Department of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services.
The series of 8 short videos features presentations by two peer facilitators Sam Matheson and Kane Wojicicki, graphic animation and activities, fun and games along the way. Participants will learn about the Pathways to the NDIS, choice and control, the life domains, the planning conversation, what is reasonable and necessary and managing their plan.
Participants can learn at their own pace, on their own, or with the help of a family member, friend or support person.
My Learning Passport resources include a participant workbook and supporter’s guide. Audio versions and DVDs are also available.
You can watch the videos and find all resources on our website.
Please get in touch on 1300 363 783 or email email@example.com if you would like to know more.
Queenslanders with Disability Network
Unit 11/ 7 O’Connell Tce, Bowen Hills Qld 4006
Phone: 3252 8566
Local Call: 1300 363 783
TASC National Limited (TASC) is a not-for- profit organisation providing free advice and information for people who require legal, advocacy or social services assistance.
The Roma Community Legal Service provides initial consultation, advice and referrals in generalist legal matters, with a focus on Civil and Family Law, in addition to providing Legal and Advocacy support to clients with a disability facing the Criminal Justice System. The service provides access to qualified solicitors who can explain your legal rights and obligations, and outline various options and steps you can take to solve your legal problem.
Vulnerable and marginalised members of the community, subject to a general assessment and eligibility criteria and a conflict of interest check, are eligible for this service.
TASC Roma located at 96 Arthur Street, Roma is open Monday to Thursday from 9:00am to 4:30pm and Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm. To enquire about our services or schedule an appointment phone on 07 4523 6600.
For general information please see our webpage at TASC
Are you or do you know of…A woman who is blind or vision impaired living in rural or remote areas of Australia?
The accompanying flyer is to promote access to support and information for anyone living in your vicinity who is either blind or has low vision.
The Blind Citizens Australia National Women’s Special Interest Branch would appreciate it if you could place our flyer in an appropriate position so that a friend or neighbour of a resident with vision loss, can be advised of our wish to offer support to those isolated by distance and by their vision status.
If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact us, either at our Head Office number: 1800 033 660 or via email:
Many thanks in anticipation.
Blind Citizens Australia National Women’s Special Interest Branch
If you are 18 years or over, have a disability, are not currently supported by Endeavour Foundation and live in ROMA, this guide will provide you with an overview of our current fees and charges as at 1st July 2014, and the types of support you may wish to consider purchasing from us.As a Your Life Your Choice (YLYC) Host Provider, we can also support you to manage and administer your individual funding package.
Should you wish to discuss your personal circumstances or find out more about how we can support you, please contact us on 1800 363 328 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
LEARNING & LIFESTYLE CENTRE
Ages: All ages (with a disability)
Location: 89 Bowen Street
Contact: Support Operations Manager – Sam Cornelius
Phone: 0746 222 535
Mobile: 0428 228 497
Website: Endeavour Foundation
Facebook: Endeavour Foundation
NDCO aims to:
Services provided throughout Southern Queensland: South West Qld, Darling Downs, Toowoomba, South Burnett, Gympie, Caboolture, Sunshine Coast
Weblink: NDCO Website Regions 20 & 22 Your one stop shop for education, training and employment information, resources and linkages.
Contact: Debbie Rooskov
National Disability Coordination Officer
07 5458 3063 | 0400 721 451
TAFE Queensland South West and the Queensland Government are lending a helping hand with our Training Rural Communities in a Time of Drought project. This project allows you to study a Certificate III at no cost, giving you the opportunity to learn different skills in a new industry. Taking part in this program will give you the qualifications necessary to increase your employability or help you move onto further education.
Spaces are limited and eligibility requirements apply.
Certificate III in Aged Care
Certificate III in Community Service Work
Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care
Certificate III in Disability
Certificate III in Education Support
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