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Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!

Care for a Cuppa?


Why not join us for a Cuppa and mingle with other people who care?

When: Monday 1st December 2014 - drop in from 10am – 12pm

Where: Eastwood Leisure Complex (Main Hall), 20 Eastwood Street, Ballarat Central

Mingle with other Carers, meet staff and access information from Carer Respite and Support Services about how we might be able to assist and support you in your caring role.

For further information or to register for the Cuppa please call Carer Respite and Support Services on Ph:5333 7104 or Ph:1800 059 059

National Week of Deaf People - in conversation, an event with Donna McDonald


Donna McDonald’s memoir “The Art of Being Deaf” tells her own personal story, but in doing so it also documents the past and current practices around education for deaf children, and illuminates the changing social attitudes and public perceptions of deaf people
All these themes and more will be explored in the ‘in conversation’ event with Donna, to be held at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka (M.A.D.E) on Wednesday 22nd of October, at 6pm, to mark National Week of Deaf People 

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