A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words - Art Exhibition
Jul
3
Jul 29

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words - Art Exhibition

Over the coming month, Participants of the Tuesday art classes will be working on creating artworks for an upcoming exhibition at Fairfield Library. The exhibition will be called A Picture is Worth a Thousand words and will be created on water colour postcards. The participants will be asked to depict something in their lives that makes them happy, and each piece will be displayed with their name and a blurb about the artworks. The exhibition will be on display for the month of July, from Monday 3rd- Saturday 29th July and is open to the public. 


Jun
7
10:30 am10:30

VALID Our Choice Expo

Latrobe Lifeskills will be an exhibitor at the upcoming VALID 'Our Choice Expo' at the State Bastkeball Centre in Wantirna South. 

The expo is a showcase of services and supports available to Participants of the NDIS. Lifeskills will be there to discuss supports and training on offer in Bundoora and Bendigo. Come and say hi!

See the official flyer here

Jun
6
9:30 am09:30

Information Session for Families and Carers

The next Lifeskills information session will be held on May 2 at Latrobe Bundoora. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions and exchange information with other carers and families about your experiences with Lifeskills and other disability support services.

The meeting will take place at Lifeskills head office at Latrobe University, Bundoora.

May
23
9:30 am09:30

North East Citizen Advocacy (NECA) Presentation

Frank and Judith from NECA will be speaking with Participants about what they offer as part of their Citizen Advocacy program which creates and supports long term one-to-one freely given relationships between a person with an intellectual disability and a member of the community.

The presentations will be held on two dates at Latrobe University. All Lifeskills Participants have been invited to attend. 

May
18
9:30 am09:30

North East Citizen Advocacy (NECA) Presentation

Frank and Judith from NECA will be speaking with Participants about what they offer as part of their Citizen Advocacy program which creates and supports long term one-to-one freely given relationships between a person with an intellectual disability and a member of the community.

The presentations will be held on two dates at Latrobe University. All Lifeskills Participants have been invited to attend. 

May
2
9:30 am09:30

Information session for families and carers

The next Lifeskills information session will be held on May 2 at Latrobe Bundoora. This is an excellent opportunity to ask questions and exchange information with other carers and families about your experiences with Lifeskills and other disability support services.

Exact location to be announced.