Address details

Down Syndrome NSW
Level 6/410 Church St, North Parramatta
9am-5pm Monday - Thursday
T: 9841 444

Thursday, 12 November 2015

Latest additions to the 'events' pages

These links provide information about events run by other organisations that might be of interest to people with Down syndrome, their families, carers and professionals who support them.

Inclusive Education: Opening up university life
The Inclusive Education Program is a pioneering two-year scheme run by the Centre for Disability Studies for people with intellectual disabilities who want to explore tertiary education at the University of Sydney. Open to people from a broad range of backgrounds who are interested in learning more about inclusive tertiary education for people with intellectual disability.
18 November 2015 - University of Sydney

Where the heck am I up to?
InCharge and Path, free events - Live in Blue Mountains/Nepean area? Are you are parent of a child with disability? Feeling stuck or overwhelmed with the NDIS process? Not sure what to do next?  If so, come join us in Emu Plains or Lawson! Bring along any letters or paperwork you have about the NDIS. We'll take a look and help you figure out what to do next. We've asked some independent experts in other trial sites to be available by phone if needed.
27th November 2015 - Emu Plains
4th December 2015 - Lawson

Question and Answer style conversation with National Disability Insurance Agency CEO and screening of NDIS Citizens' Jury Scorecard documentary
People with Disability Australia - Annual General Meeting. The AGM it will be webcast live and questions to David Bowen will be received on #‎NDIAQ&A
Friday 27th November 2015 - Ultimo

Access All Areas Film Festival 2015
An accessible showcase of new Australian films for people with a disability. The tour features 60+ screenings at accessible cinemas, schools, community centres and disability groups in NSW and nationally. Shows how easy it can be to make culture accessible to everyone, and brings great films to audiences that would not otherwise have a chance to enjoy them. The festival promotes inclusiveness and raises awareness of ability and access issues.
2nd-16th December 2015 - across NSW

Improving the mental health and well being of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities
As part of the Professorial Inaugural Lecture series, this lecture will highlight the contribution and future plans of the UNSW Chair of Intellectual Disability Mental Health to achieving the highest attainable standard of mental health and wellbeing for people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. RSVP - booking essential.

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