The next FREE disability respite and recreation expo for parents and carers will be held from 10.00am to 2.00pm on Wednesday 13 August at the Peninsula Community Theatre, corner of Nepean Highway and Wilsons Road, Mornington.
The Accessible Cycling Program (ACP) aims to get people active and involved in cycling. This program is open to people of all abilities and participants can attend as many or as few sessions as they like. Each session will focus on the development of bike skills, and will offer links to cycling clubs for further cycling opportunities.
Resilience for Life is an interactive program developed to give tools to adults living with disabilities or carers of people living with disabilities to increase positive coping skills to better navigate challenging life experiences, and effectively manage the associated feelings – to be resilient for life!
Good Things is an online video produced to show how good communication contributes to full, rich and meaningful lives for adults with an intellectual disability living in a Department of Human Services group home in the Bayside Peninsula area.
Parents and carers often tell us that navigating the service system can be very difficult. We have a listing of information sources available in the community, to help you know what supports you might be able to access.
Respite South is here to help you access information about local disability respite options in the southern region of Melbourne, Victoria. It also has information about carer support meetings, parent information sessions, respite and recreation options, and general news from the disability sector.
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