Monday, 26 March 2012

Inclusive Community Education Program: for people with intellectual disabilities

The latest issue of IDEAS e-News (Issue 6, published 23rd March) is available online here, and includes information about a range of activities available to people with intellectual disabilities who live in the inner west, south and east of Sydney :


Inclusive Community Education Program (ICEP)


What is ICEP?
A flexible respite program funded by Family and Community Services, Aging, Disability and Home Care
  • Fun and free short courses for adults with an intellectual disability
  • A chance to hang out with new people and make friends
Term2 activities currently on offer (starting during April):

  • Organic Gardening and Cooking 
  • Visual Arts
  • Dance and Games
  • Fun Fitness
Full details of content, times and dates for each activity are available from IDEAS e-News

Who can come?
Adults (18+) with a primary intellectual disability who live at home with their parent or carer
Those living in one of the following local government areas - Ashfield, Botany Bay, Burwood, Canada Bay, Canterbury, City of Sydney, Leichhardt, Marrickville, Randwick, Rockdale, Strathfield, Waverly or Woollahra

Where are the courses?
The Sydney Community College: 2A Gordon St, Rozelle
The Sydney Centre for Tennis: 33 Mallet St, Camperdown
Note that both college sites are easily accessible by public transport

How do you enrol?
Contact Duncan Rose
Ph: 8752 7571
Email: duncan.rose@scc.nsw.edu.au
ICEP web page is part of Sydney Community College's website.

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