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Many NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) participants will be finding themselves meticulously preparing for a plan review. For some, the reality of the NDIS is all too real and they have already received their reviewed plan for the following year. A number have been shocked to receive funding cuts of 40 to 70 percent, which […]
Going through change together: tips for flourishing at High School By Kylie Mackie, Transitions Coordinator Children often have mixed feelings about starting high school as it’s moving from the familiar to the unknown and a whole new way of doing things. They might be excited, nervous and worried. These worries are all normal. […]
15 January Community Forum, Villawood Town Centre Urban Design Study Click on the links below to view the files – Letter from CEO Woodville Submission 190118 Villawood Town Centre Consultation Report Media release 220118
Woodville Alliance Head Office and Community Initiatives programs will close at noon on Thursday 21 December and reopen on Tuesday 2 January 2018. Our early learning centre in Carramar will close at 1pm on Friday 22 December and reopen on Monday 22 January 2018. ( a new kitchen will be installed in the centre […]
NDIS Glossary in Easy English Access Request Form: A form you fill in that the NDIA use to decide if you get an NDIS package. Access requirements: To get the NDIS you must – • Have a disability that will not go away • Be less than 65 years old • Live in Australia • […]
The Africultures Festival, held at Wyatt Park, Lidcombe almost didn’t go ahead this year. Why isn’t exactly clear. But thank goodness it did because the one-day event was full of sunshine, music, colour and a cheerful atmosphere that was contagious… even if you were there for work – which was the case for some of the Family Mental […]
I don’t think there was a dry eye in the house. On Friday 31 March a group of people were treated to the launch of Dance Diaries — a film and dance project which some disAbility Services clients were invited to take part in at the Powerhouse Youth Theatre. With a wonderful live performance by the […]
When we invited Lauren to be a guest blogger for Woodville, Lauren was a valued volunteer. Lauren agreed to share her story of why she volunteers and what the people who attend our disAbility Services program had taught her. The twist in this tale is that Lauren now works at Woodville Alliance! Building on her […]
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