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Disability respite providers who offer services in the Grampians region can add details of their news and events here. Simply use the + Add your news and events link to post news items. Please include all relevant details in the body of the article.  For accessibility purposes, please do not upload PDFs  unless you also add an accessible Word version.

Articles will be sent to the Grampians Respite web manager for editorial approval before they appear in the listings.   Please note that articles may receive light editing as deemed necessary by the web manager.

NOTE: Articles will only be accepted for disability respite and recreation services. 

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Latest News

Anxiety in your family: webinar course

Click on the link below for information and registration for this FREE webinar course. There are four sessions in this webinar course, which is being held by the Raising Children Network for parents


The sessions are held once a week on Tuesday nights, starting on 8 May 2018. Each session begins at 8 pm AEST and runs for 40 minutes, followed by a 20-minute discussion.


Vehicle safety restraints, seating, and modifications.


Mobility Engineering is a Disabled Transport Products supplier. The have produced a series of videos about child safety restraints and regulations and also disability specific products and modifications.

Sleeping Sound with ASD (Research and Survey Participation)


Sleeping Sound with ASD is a research study run by Deakin University and Murdoch Children’s Research Institute which aims to see whether a brief sleep treatment program improves sleep problems, as well as wellbeing and daily functioning in primary school aged children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).  This study is based off a sleep intervention that was shown to be effective in improving sleep, and overall functioning, in a small sample of children with ADHD and comorbid ASD.

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