New Horizons Monthly Activity Planner for February 2019
[Central Coast Connect] MMAD Music,
Dance and Mentoring Programs Term 1 2019
Happy New Year everybody,
Hope you all got a chance to recharge and refresh over the holiday period, we are prepping up for our Music/Dance/Mentoring programs for 2019. If you know a young person who would benefit in any of our creative mentoring programs below are some details on how to connect for Term 1 2019.
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Global Gazette Disability Jan-Feb 2019 Vol13, No.73
New Horizons D2D Planner & ICH Planner for January 2019
Bridge to Volunteering information sessions
VCC Offices 6, 31 Dwyer Street, Gosford- Occurs every 2 week(s) on Thursday effective 17-01-2019 until 05-12-2019 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
The Woy Woy Community Centre – Occurs the third Monday of every 1 month(s) effective 21-01-2019 until 26-11-2019 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Lakeland Community Centre, Kanwal, Occurs the fourth Wednesday of every 2 month(s) effective 23-01-2019 until 27-11-2019 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
The Epicentre, San Remo, Occurs the fourth Wednesday of every 2 month(s) effective 27-02-2019 until 23-10-2019 from 9:30 AM to 10:30 AM
Wyong Neighbourhood Centre, Occurs the first Tuesday of every 1 month(s) effective 05-02-2019 until 03-12-2019 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
T – 02 4329 7122
M – 0451 145 262
E – firstname.lastname@example.org
Volunteering Central Coast
VCC Volunteering Expo:
The Erina Centre, ERINA 15/5/19 from 10.30am – 1.30pm
The Art House, WYONG – 31/5/19 from 10am – 2 pm
Central Coast Schools as Community Centres
Thank you to all our families for a great 2018!
Merry Christmas and we hope to see many of you return next year.
Registrations open on Tuesday, 18 December at 9am.
Log onto our website and choose which centre you wish to attend.
Kylie, Briony, Heather, Stella, Sandra & Philippa Your SaCC Team
Law for Community Workers – The holiday edition
Nurturing non-violence in early childhood settings
In this thought-provoking and insightful talk, social worker and academic, Dr Sue Heward-Belle will bring some food for thought to the breakfast. Using research and practice experience in the areas of gender studies, education and violence prevention, Sue hopes to tackle the big questions like: Does it matter that Winnie the Pooh has no female friends? Why is Jemima Puddle Duck so special? Sue hopes to inspire thoughtful debate and discussion about the challenges of, and facilitators developing children who respect the dignity and diversity of all people.
LITTLE LEARNERS – FREE PROGRAM WOY WOY SACC WEDNESDAYS
Please find attached our flyer for a new day for our Little Learners program at Woy Woy on Wednesdays. This is a great little transition program for kids going to school next year and we still have some spaces available.
We have opened this up for kids entering school in 2019 and 2020.
Start date is Wednesday, 24 October at 10am.
Can you please circulate for me.
Schools as Community Centres
Woy Woy & Wyoming
Growing Health Teen’s Parent Information Session-Mental Health
Evolution Youth Service with Headspace is hosting our next Growing Health Teen’s session.
This term we are focusing on mental wellness and mental health. Which ties in well as October is ‘Mental Health Month’ and the theme this year is ‘Share the Journey’.
So if you or some you know would like some information, then come along to either of the two sessions and ‘Share the Journey’.
All details can be found on the attached flyer.
Hope you all have a wonderful afternoon.
Senior Youth Case Worker
Evolution Youth Services
Mobile: 0414 511 841
Evictions and how to challenge them
RLC’s tenancy team advises people every week who are facing eviction. Many of them assume there is nothing they can do to stop or even slow down the process. But in fact, it isn’t that simple. Find out about evictions – and how to challenge them – in our next webinar.
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