Tuesday, 28 February 2012

March 2012 events recap

March is usually busy, in the lead up to World Down Syndrome Day - this year the calendar looks especially full for both metropolitan and regional NSW.  Here's a recap of links to the events we have listed so far, for March:


World Down Syndrome Day
21st March 
Worldwide


UN Conference 
21st March 
New York


Down Syndrome NSW events:

T4321: across NSW

Blue Mountains parents morning tea
12th March

Playing to their strengths (at school) 
Seminar for teachers and school personnel
23rd March
Rosehill



Other organisations' events:

Drawn to the line
Art exhibition
until 10th March 
Goulburn, NSW

Create It! Art Classes
starts 3rd March 
Casula


How to Make and Keep Friends 
Down Syndrome Program, Boston Children's Hospital
6th March (then available online)

Supported Living seminars
(Family Advocacy and NSW CID)
1st - 7th March
Regional NSW


Trevor Parmenter Lecture
Prof Tony Holland
7th March 
Sydney

Australian Association of Developmental Disability Medicine Conference
8th - 9th March 
Sydney


Emergency First Aid for Carers course
7th - 8th March 
Hunter (Maitland)

More Choice and Control
Resourcing Families
9th March
West Ryde

Supported Living seinar for Arabic speaking community workers
Family Advocacy and Arab Council Australia
8th March
Canterbury, NSW


The how and why of school inclusion
Family Advocacy
13th - 16th March
Newcastle, Sydney, Wollongong

Healthier Lives seminar
NSW CID
15th March 
Armidale, NSW

Towards a good life for people with learning disabilities
Public lecture
21st March 
University of NSW 

After school - what then?
Family Advocacy
Throughout March 
Across NSW


Relationships and Private Stuff 
Workshops
Throughout March 
Sydney and regional NSW

For information about arts events across NSW, visit Accessible Arts.

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